Monday, January 22

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Movie review: ‘The Shape of Water’

“The Shape of Water” makes audiences fall in love with a relationship between a mythical amphibian creature and a mute janitor. The plot of Guillermo del Toro’s latest film sounds a bit like an LSD-induced daydream: A mute janitor named Elisa (Sally Hawkins) falls in love with an amphibious creature (Doug Jones) that the U.S. Read more...

Photo: (Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation)

(Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation)

Leah Phillips, a second-year physics student, and Ryan Roussel, a graduate student in physics, are members of The Swing Dance Club and lead a dance class on the 1920s-style dance. (Photo illustration by Amy Dixon/Assistant Photo editor)

Dance Break: Beginners take first steps to ’20s Harlem-style dancing at Swing Dance Club

Daily Bruin columnist Christi Carras’ limited dance background consists of bingeing episodes of “So You Think You Can Dance,” grapevining her way through high school show choir and stumbling through rehearsals at a daycare-like dance studio until the age of 8. Read more...

Photo: Leah Phillips, a second-year physics student, and Ryan Roussel, a graduate student in physics, are members of The Swing Dance Club and lead a dance class on the 1920s-style dance. (Photo illustration by Amy Dixon/Assistant Photo editor)

Leah Phillips, a second-year physics student, and Ryan Roussel, a graduate student in physics, are members of The Swing Dance Club and lead a dance class on the 1920s-style dance. (Photo illustration by Amy Dixon/Assistant Photo editor)

Second-year ethnomusicology student Nathan Bernacki taught Bulgarian folk dances at the International Folk Dance Club and Global Dance Club's 19th annual fall quarter Greek/Balkan Culture Night. The social, rather than competitive, nature of the dances made it so that the stakes were low, and messing up didn't feel too bothersome. (Photo: Hannah Burnett/Assistant Photo editor; Illustration: Michal Zshornack/Photo editor)

Dance Break: Casual nature of Greek, Bulgarian festival dances connects students

Daily Bruin columnist Christi Carras’ limited dance background consists of bingeing episodes of “So You Think You Can Dance,” grapevining her way through high school show choir and stumbling through rehearsals at a daycare-like dance studio until the age of 8. Read more...

Photo: Second-year ethnomusicology student Nathan Bernacki taught Bulgarian folk dances at the International Folk Dance Club and Global Dance Club's 19th annual fall quarter Greek/Balkan Culture Night. The social, rather than competitive, nature of the dances made it so that the stakes were low, and messing up didn't feel too bothersome. (Photo: Hannah Burnett/Assistant Photo editor; Illustration: Michal Zshornack/Photo editor)

Second-year ethnomusicology student Nathan Bernacki taught Bulgarian folk dances at the International Folk Dance Club and Global Dance Club's 19th annual fall quarter Greek/Balkan Culture Night. The social, rather than competitive, nature of the dances made it so that the stakes were low, and messing up didn't feel too bothersome. (Photo: Hannah Burnett/Assistant Photo editor; Illustration: Michal Zshornack/Photo editor)

(Aubrey Yeo/Daily Bruin senior staff)

TV review: ‘Ball in the Family’

“Ball in the Family” has officially become the “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” of sports. The Facebook Watch show, which follows parent, coach and manager LaVar Ball’s life and his children’s basketball careers, debuted its second season Sunday to more than 300,000 viewers amid the current drama surrounding the family. Read more...

Photo: (Aubrey Yeo/Daily Bruin senior staff)

(Aubrey Yeo/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Ministry of Coffee opened last week on Glendon Avenue in between Trader Joe's and Jersey Mike's. The chic, minimalist atmosphere makes it a great study spot for students looking for a place to catch up on school work.  (Jacob Preal/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Restaurant review: Ministry of Coffee

Students can cram for exams in style at a new Australian coffee shop on Glendon Avenue. Nestled in between Trader Joe’s and Jersey Mike’s, Ministry of Coffee offers artisanal drinks and satisfying foods to the UCLA community. Read more...

Photo: Ministry of Coffee opened last week on Glendon Avenue in between Trader Joe's and Jersey Mike's. The chic, minimalist atmosphere makes it a great study spot for students looking for a place to catch up on school work. (Jacob Preal/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Ministry of Coffee opened last week on Glendon Avenue in between Trader Joe's and Jersey Mike's. The chic, minimalist atmosphere makes it a great study spot for students looking for a place to catch up on school work.  (Jacob Preal/Daily Bruin senior staff)

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Movie review: ‘Coco’

  Death comes to life and life comes to death in Pixar’s latest animated film “Coco.” After a subpar “Cars 3” release, Pixar returned to its former glory with “Coco,” a film featuring exceptional animation, complex characters and hard-hitting themes about love, loss and legacy. Read more...

Photo: (courtesy of Disney•Pixar)

(courtesy of Disney•Pixar)

Hui O' Imiloa's hula dance lesson, in which instructors taught the Waiahole, took place Nov. 14. Megan Elliot, one of the instructors,
 explained the cultural significance of the dance, which tells a narrative about nature.
 (Photo by Habeba Mostafa/Daily Bruin and Photo Illustration by Kristie-Valerie Hoang/Assistant Photo editor)

Dance Break: Hui O ‘Imiloa educates and empowers students through hula dancing

Daily Bruin columnist Christi Carras’ limited dance background consists of bingeing episodes of “So You Think You Can Dance,” grapevining her way through high school show choir and stumbling through rehearsals at a daycare-like dance studio until the age of 8. Read more...

Photo: Hui O' Imiloa's hula dance lesson, in which instructors taught the Waiahole, took place Nov. 14. Megan Elliot, one of the instructors, explained the cultural significance of the dance, which tells a narrative about nature. (Photo by Habeba Mostafa/Daily Bruin and Photo Illustration by Kristie-Valerie Hoang/Assistant Photo editor)

Hui O' Imiloa's hula dance lesson, in which instructors taught the Waiahole, took place Nov. 14. Megan Elliot, one of the instructors,
 explained the cultural significance of the dance, which tells a narrative about nature.
 (Photo by Habeba Mostafa/Daily Bruin and Photo Illustration by Kristie-Valerie Hoang/Assistant Photo editor)


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