Monday, December 10

The Wait List is one of the only improv groups at UCLA. The cast members write, produce and perform the skits themselves. The group focuses on long-form improvisation that provides for more interaction with the audience.

Two improv groups, The Wait List and Lapu, the Coyote that Cares, rekindle ad-lib art form

Improv comedy was once an active part of the student-body culture on UCLA's campus. Today, however, improv groups are much harder to come across. Read more...

Photo: The Wait List is one of the only improv groups at UCLA. The cast members write, produce and perform the skits themselves. The group focuses on long-form improvisation that provides for more interaction with the audience.

The Wait List is one of the only improv groups at UCLA. The cast members write, produce and perform the skits themselves. The group focuses on long-form improvisation that provides for more interaction with the audience.


Courtesy of CHRISTIAN LANDER
Christian Lander is responsible for the Web site stuffwhitepeoplelike.com and will be coming to UCLA today as a Campus Events Commission speaker.

A conversation with Christian Lander

He's a blogger, he's a best-selling author and he's white. Read more...

Photo: Courtesy of CHRISTIAN LANDER Christian Lander is responsible for the Web site stuffwhitepeoplelike.com and will be coming to UCLA today as a Campus Events Commission speaker.

Courtesy of CHRISTIAN LANDER
Christian Lander is responsible for the Web site stuffwhitepeoplelike.com and will be coming to UCLA today as a Campus Events Commission speaker.

Food Review: Tender Greens

As a Los Angeles health nut, I am well versed in the art of salad selection. I have perused many a menu in search of appealing greenery, usually coming up short with only the ubiquitous Caesar or bland house salad to choose from. This was not the case with Tender Greens "“ a cafeteria-style eatery that proved to please even this salad snob's palate. Read more...


The Fowler Museum's newest exhibit, "Grass Roots: African Origins of American Art," focuses on the history and importance of the art of basketry. It showcases pieces like the one shown here, featuring an African woman carrying a woven basket on her head.

Fowler Museum exhibits show art and tradition of basketry

For many, a basket is just an afterthought, something incidental that you place on top of a picnic blanket and put fried chicken in. Read more...

Photo: The Fowler Museum's newest exhibit, "Grass Roots: African Origins of American Art," focuses on the history and importance of the art of basketry. It showcases pieces like the one shown here, featuring an African woman carrying a woven basket on her head.

The Fowler Museum's newest exhibit, "Grass Roots: African Origins of American Art," focuses on the history and importance of the art of basketry. It showcases pieces like the one shown here, featuring an African woman carrying a woven basket on her head.