Saturday, November 17

Columnist Nina Young attended the screening of "The Texas Chain Saw Massacre" at the Nuart Theatre, about 2 miles from UCLA. Young interacted with other moviegoers, learning two cult screening rules in the process. (Nina Young/Daily Bruin)

After Dark: Horror fans’ nightmares come true with cult classic screening at Nuart Theatre

Los Angeles’ blend of midnight movies, cult screenings and historic theaters offers late-night scares and childhood nostalgia back in the theater. Join columnist Nina Young as she attends different cult screenings each week to find out why audiences stay out so late after dark. Read more...

Photo: Columnist Nina Young attended the screening of "The Texas Chain Saw Massacre" at the Nuart Theatre, about 2 miles from UCLA. Young interacted with other moviegoers, learning two cult screening rules in the process. (Nina Young/Daily Bruin)

Columnist Nina Young attended the screening of "The Texas Chain Saw Massacre" at the Nuart Theatre, about 2 miles from UCLA. Young interacted with other moviegoers, learning two cult screening rules in the process. (Nina Young/Daily Bruin)

The Bullocks Wilshire building was a department store in the 1930s, but eventually became the Southwestern Law School. Despite the artistic modernization of the building, some believe the building to be haunted. (Ken Shin/Daily Bruin).

Spook City: Ghost stories elevate otherwise unremarkable experience at Bullocks Wilshire

Los Angeles is supposed to be the City of Stars, but once those stars fade, where do they go? Do they stay behind, forever attached to their final location, spooking guests who dare to enter their domain? Read more...

Photo: The Bullocks Wilshire building was a department store in the 1930s, but eventually became the Southwestern Law School. Despite the artistic modernization of the building, some believe the building to be haunted. (Ken Shin/Daily Bruin).

The Bullocks Wilshire building was a department store in the 1930s, but eventually became the Southwestern Law School. Despite the artistic modernization of the building, some believe the building to be haunted. (Ken Shin/Daily Bruin).



Florence Welch took the stage at the Hollywood Bowl for the first of two Los Angeles Florence and the Machine shows. The indie band played a combination of its older, more energetic songs and their newer, more soulful songs. 
(Courtesy of Lillie Eiger)

Concert review: Florence and the Machine’s recent tour introduces a more stripped-down aesthetic

Florence Welch stepped out from between a crucifix and the Hollywood sign for her first of two Los Angeles shows of the “High as Hope” tour. Read more...

Photo: Florence Welch took the stage at the Hollywood Bowl for the first of two Los Angeles Florence and the Machine shows. The indie band played a combination of its older, more energetic songs and their newer, more soulful songs. (Courtesy of Lillie Eiger)

Florence Welch took the stage at the Hollywood Bowl for the first of two Los Angeles Florence and the Machine shows. The indie band played a combination of its older, more energetic songs and their newer, more soulful songs. 
(Courtesy of Lillie Eiger)

The New York-based Milk Bar opened its doors Saturday on Melrose Avenue, offering pastel pink decorations and a variety of desserts to customers. While the shop brings a taste of New York to Los Angeles, Milk Bar provides an overall mediocre experience, writes columnist Alexandra del Rosario. (Alexandra del Rosario/Daily Bruin)

Restaurant review: The Milk Bar LA’s debut has unique offerings, but not enough to impress

The Milk Bar LA flagship garnered a line of curious customers that stretched far beyond its pastel pink storefront. The creamy confectionery establishment, which hails from New York City, boasts saccharine specialties including soft serve, truffles and slices of its so-called Crack Pie. Read more...

Photo: The New York-based Milk Bar opened its doors Saturday on Melrose Avenue, offering pastel pink decorations and a variety of desserts to customers. While the shop brings a taste of New York to Los Angeles, Milk Bar provides an overall mediocre experience, writes columnist Alexandra del Rosario. (Alexandra del Rosario/Daily Bruin)

The New York-based Milk Bar opened its doors Saturday on Melrose Avenue, offering pastel pink decorations and a variety of desserts to customers. While the shop brings a taste of New York to Los Angeles, Milk Bar provides an overall mediocre experience, writes columnist Alexandra del Rosario. (Alexandra del Rosario/Daily Bruin)

Beyoncé and Jay-Z took the stage in Los Angeles on Sunday night for their "On the Run II Tour" after a performance by opener DJ Khaled. The couple performed hits from both of their solo albums as well as ones from their joint album, "EVERYTHING IS LOVE." (Ruhi Shah/Daily Bruin)

Concert review: The Carters’ ‘On the Run II Tour’ is an honest, moving tribute to true love

“On the Run II” is a spectacle with fireballs blazing and fireworks bursting, but Jay-Z and Beyoncé’s tour is foremost an ode to love. Since their “On the Run Tour” in 2014, the Carter family has grown by two children and three albums. Read more...

Photo: Beyoncé and Jay-Z took the stage in Los Angeles on Sunday night for their "On the Run II Tour" after a performance by opener DJ Khaled. The couple performed hits from both of their solo albums as well as ones from their joint album, "EVERYTHING IS LOVE." (Ruhi Shah/Daily Bruin)

Beyoncé and Jay-Z took the stage in Los Angeles on Sunday night for their "On the Run II Tour" after a performance by opener DJ Khaled. The couple performed hits from both of their solo albums as well as ones from their joint album, "EVERYTHING IS LOVE." (Ruhi Shah/Daily Bruin)


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