Thursday, April 25

Los Angeles Ballet performed both "Serenade" and "La Sylphide" at Royce Hall on Saturday. The two contrasting performances allowed the other to shine, one for its simple staging and the other for its intricacy. (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)

Theater review: Los Angeles Ballet’s ‘Serenade’ and ‘La Sylphide’ accentuate each other’s charm

Los Angeles Ballet’s double bill of “Serenade” and “La Sylphide” put two drastically different performances head to head. Performed at Royce Hall on Saturday, the two works complemented one another unexpectedly, highlighting the strengths of each production. Read more...

Photo: Los Angeles Ballet performed both "Serenade" and "La Sylphide" at Royce Hall on Saturday. The two contrasting performances allowed the other to shine, one for its simple staging and the other for its intricacy. (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)

Los Angeles Ballet performed both "Serenade" and "La Sylphide" at Royce Hall on Saturday. The two contrasting performances allowed the other to shine, one for its simple staging and the other for its intricacy. (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)

(Courtesy of Marvel Studios)

Movie review: ‘Captain Marvel’ introduces first female lead just in time for new Avengers era

After 11 years, the Marvel Cinematic Universe has its first leading woman – and she doesn’t disappoint. Marvel Studios has released 20 films since the 2008 debut of “Iron Man.” In that time, the series has expanded to include spy thrillers, heist movies and cosmic comedies all sprawling over the most expansive cinematic universe ever created. Read more...

Photo: (Courtesy of Marvel Studios)

(Courtesy of Marvel Studios)

Audrey at the Hammer, which opened Feb. 26, offers European dishes on its menu as well as some casual diner fare. Overall, the restaurant fails to provide satisfactory contemporary dishes that live up to their inflated price tags. (Courtesy of Sean Ryan Pierce)

Restaurant review: Audrey’s variable dish quality fails to justify inflated prices

Audrey at the Hammer makes a visitor wish they stayed confined to the galleries of the museum. Located near the Hammer Museum’s Lindbrook entrance, Audrey, which opened Feb. Read more...

Photo: Audrey at the Hammer, which opened Feb. 26, offers European dishes on its menu as well as some casual diner fare. Overall, the restaurant fails to provide satisfactory contemporary dishes that live up to their inflated price tags. (Courtesy of Sean Ryan Pierce)

Audrey at the Hammer, which opened Feb. 26, offers European dishes on its menu as well as some casual diner fare. Overall, the restaurant fails to provide satisfactory contemporary dishes that live up to their inflated price tags. (Courtesy of Sean Ryan Pierce)

For the final installment of "Budding Los Angeles," columnist John Tudhope discusses opportunities abundant to UCLA students in the cannabis world. From networking clubs to research initiatives, campus resources allow students a future in this growing industry. (Sim Beauchamp/Daily Bruin)

Budding Los Angeles: Intersection of cannabis and educational institutions may soon normalize usage

This post was updated March 5 at 3:09 p.m. Thirty years ago, buying cannabis was difficult, expensive and illegal. Buying cannabis in 2019 is somewhere between picking up a prescription from a pharmacy and buying beer from a liquor store. Read more...

Photo: For the final installment of "Budding Los Angeles," columnist John Tudhope discusses opportunities abundant to UCLA students in the cannabis world. From networking clubs to research initiatives, campus resources allow students a future in this growing industry. (Sim Beauchamp/Daily Bruin)

For the final installment of "Budding Los Angeles," columnist John Tudhope discusses opportunities abundant to UCLA students in the cannabis world. From networking clubs to research initiatives, campus resources allow students a future in this growing industry. (Sim Beauchamp/Daily Bruin)





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