Tuesday, October 15


Laura Esterman stars as Katherine Luder in the Center for the Art of Performance at UCLA's newest production, "217 Boxes of Dr. Henry Anonymous." The production, written and directed by Ain Gordon, tells the story of John E. Freyer through the secondary characters in his life like Luder, his personal secretary. (Courtesy of Paula Court)

Play adapting untold stories of John Fryer’s LGBTQ+ activism takes UCLA stage

Sometimes a single box can hold the answers to a pivotal moment in history. The Center for the Art of Performance at UCLA’s production of “217 Boxes of Dr. Read more...

Photo: Laura Esterman stars as Katherine Luder in the Center for the Art of Performance at UCLA's newest production, "217 Boxes of Dr. Henry Anonymous." The production, written and directed by Ain Gordon, tells the story of John E. Freyer through the secondary characters in his life like Luder, his personal secretary. (Courtesy of Paula Court)

Laura Esterman stars as Katherine Luder in the Center for the Art of Performance at UCLA's newest production, "217 Boxes of Dr. Henry Anonymous." The production, written and directed by Ain Gordon, tells the story of John E. Freyer through the secondary characters in his life like Luder, his personal secretary. (Courtesy of Paula Court)

Awsten Knight, lead singer of Waterparks, said color and imagery is just as important as music when it comes to an album release. His synesthesia connects sounds and songs with colors, which helps him design each release, he said. (Ashley Kenney/Daily Bruin)

Q&A: Waterparks’ Awsten Knight talks visual and musical conception behind latest album

This post was updated Oct. 12 at 10:41 p.m. Waterparks is fading from deep purple to sour green with the release of “FANDOM.” With a transition into a new album color scheme, “FANDOM,” which dropped Friday, explores everything from qualms with a past record label to the weight of having an intense online following. Read more...

Photo: Awsten Knight, lead singer of Waterparks, said color and imagery is just as important as music when it comes to an album release. His synesthesia connects sounds and songs with colors, which helps him design each release, he said. (Ashley Kenney/Daily Bruin)

Awsten Knight, lead singer of Waterparks, said color and imagery is just as important as music when it comes to an album release. His synesthesia connects sounds and songs with colors, which helps him design each release, he said. (Ashley Kenney/Daily Bruin)

Will Smith stars as both Henry Brogan and Junior in Paramount's newest release, "Gemini Man." Smith sat alongside Ang Lee, Jerry Bruckheimer, Clive Owen, Bill Westenhofer and Guy Williams in a press conference panel discussing the technologically innovative film. (Photo by Ariana Saigh)

‘Gemini Man’ effects team innovates new film technology to digitize character

Director Ang Lee said he set out to create a digital Will Smith in “Gemini Man” that would be as realistic as the tiger in “Life of Pi.” “Gemini Man,” Paramount Pictures’ newest release, hit theaters Friday following a press conference Oct. Read more...

Photo: Will Smith stars as both Henry Brogan and Junior in Paramount's newest release, "Gemini Man." Smith sat alongside Ang Lee, Jerry Bruckheimer, Clive Owen, Bill Westenhofer and Guy Williams in a press conference panel discussing the technologically innovative film. (Photo by Ariana Saigh)

Will Smith stars as both Henry Brogan and Junior in Paramount's newest release, "Gemini Man." Smith sat alongside Ang Lee, Jerry Bruckheimer, Clive Owen, Bill Westenhofer and Guy Williams in a press conference panel discussing the technologically innovative film. (Photo by Ariana Saigh)

Butoh is a radical Japanese physical art form that will be taught at Kaufman Hall from Friday to Sunday. The performances can be elaborate performances with gold body paint but also more individualized with minimal costumery.(Courtesy of Nakajima Natsu)

Nakajima Natsu to teach Butoh, transformation of the body into a vessel for art

A radical Japanese dance workshop is being led by a pioneer of the form this weekend. Butoh, a physical art form that can incorporate myriad dance techniques, will be taught in a workshop at Kaufman Hall from Friday through Sunday. Read more...

Photo: Butoh is a radical Japanese physical art form that will be taught at Kaufman Hall from Friday to Sunday. The performances can be elaborate performances with gold body paint but also more individualized with minimal costumery.(Courtesy of Nakajima Natsu)

Butoh is a radical Japanese physical art form that will be taught at Kaufman Hall from Friday to Sunday. The performances can be elaborate performances with gold body paint but also more individualized with minimal costumery.(Courtesy of Nakajima Natsu)

Lauren Shockey's "Hangover Helper" cookbook takes her research of hangover foods from around the world – from Canadian poutine to Chinese creole beef noodle soup – and sums it up in 50 recipes. The starchy and hearty recipes, she said, help beat the nausea and headaches that follow a night of drinking. (Kanishka Mehra/Assistant Photo editor)

Hangover recipe cookbook offers dishes as cures, hydration remains key

Cheese toast might just be the cure for the next pounding hangover. After researching hangover cures from around the world, food writer Lauren Shockey released her latest cookbook, “Hangover Helper.” In the new release, Shockey said she explores foods that are starchy and hearty, which can help people work toward recovering after a long night of drinking. Read more...

Photo: Lauren Shockey's "Hangover Helper" cookbook takes her research of hangover foods from around the world – from Canadian poutine to Chinese creole beef noodle soup – and sums it up in 50 recipes. The starchy and hearty recipes, she said, help beat the nausea and headaches that follow a night of drinking. (Kanishka Mehra/Assistant Photo editor)

Lauren Shockey's "Hangover Helper" cookbook takes her research of hangover foods from around the world – from Canadian poutine to Chinese creole beef noodle soup – and sums it up in 50 recipes. The starchy and hearty recipes, she said, help beat the nausea and headaches that follow a night of drinking. (Kanishka Mehra/Assistant Photo editor)

Second-year business economics student Malia Zoraster recently applied for the Metal and Glass Club at UCLA. Although the university does not have a glass blower on campus, the club will travel to make their glassblowing and metal working projects. (Ashley Kenney/Daily Bruin)

New club would allow students to experiment with metal and glass creations

There may not be a glassblowing shop on campus, but there may soon be a club devoted to it. Second-year business economics student Malia Zoraster recently submitted the application for a Metal and Glass Club at UCLA. Read more...

Photo: Second-year business economics student Malia Zoraster recently applied for the Metal and Glass Club at UCLA. Although the university does not have a glass blower on campus, the club will travel to make their glassblowing and metal working projects. (Ashley Kenney/Daily Bruin)

Second-year business economics student Malia Zoraster recently applied for the Metal and Glass Club at UCLA. Although the university does not have a glass blower on campus, the club will travel to make their glassblowing and metal working projects. (Ashley Kenney/Daily Bruin)