Wednesday, June 28

Dare to be stupid

Dare to be stupid In the first installment of Naked Gun, Leslie Neilsen exits an airliner to thunderous applause. He bows and acknowledges the crowd humbly. Read more...


‘Islands’ offers six hours revulsion, not ‘revolution’

‘Islands’ offers six hours revulsion, not ‘revolution’ Six-hour play seems more like fluff than social commentary By Jennifer Richmond Daily Bruin Staff "Revolution creates hell for all the people involved," Osvaldo (Shawn Elliott) says of the torment he’s endured throughout his life. Read more...


‘Dreams’ reflects UCLA reality

‘Dreams’ reflects UCLA reality Film documents American youths’ love of basketball By Bernie Cook Special to The Bruin Kristaan Johnson. omm’A Givens. J.R. Henderson. Toby Bailey. Read more...


Hackett modernizes old plays

Hackett modernizes old plays UCLA professor directs comedies for Getty museum By Jeanna Blackman Imagine the Getty museum asking you to direct two ancient comedies. And ­ by the way ­ your work will be judged by theater-goers as well as specialists in ancient history. Read more...


Serros thrust into spoken-word world

Serros thrust into spoken-word world UCLA student tours as road poet with Lollapalooza By Gaby Mora Daily Bruin Staff If you thought your summer was cool, imagine playing basketball with the Beastie Boys, performing on the same stage as Billy Corgan of Smashing Pumpkins, touring the country in a luxury liner, and most importantly, doing it all under the pretext of fulfilling your career dreams. Read more...


Specials concert lacks excitement

Specials concert lacks excitement Despite good set, Palace show fails to rev up audience By Gaby Mora Daily Bruin Staff The most disappointing aspect of the Specials show at the Palace Friday night was the crowd leaving thinking they had seen the best of this legendary ska band. Read more...