Wednesday, July 18

Eccentric artist given free rein in tribute to L.A.

Eccentric artist given free rein in tribute to L.A. German choreographer Pina Bausch looks forward to portraying city’s unique lifestyle By Emily Forster Daily Bruin Contributor It is raining, but Pina Bausch’s long, dark hair is not slicked back because of the weather. Read more...


Tying it all together

Tying it all together By Jason Packman Daily Bruin Contributor Francis Poon is playing a traveling debt collector in China and he’s afraid his costume doesn’t exactly fit. Read more...


Salt throws fame over its shoulder

Salt throws fame over its shoulder Band garners praise for intriguing sound By Vanessa VanderZanden Daily Bruin Contributor Salt bassist Daniel Ewerman has just ended a very busy week. Read more...


Tainted

Tainted Rodney Dangerfield brings ‘La Contesa,’ his twisted view of love, and a career of comedy to Ackerman Grand Ballroom today By Rodney Tanaka Daily Bruin Staff Love, Rodney Dangerfield style: "I married a wonderful girl. Read more...


There’s no science behind this year’s Oscar nominations

There’s no science behind this year’s Oscar nominations Academy credits a few newcomers By Lael Loewenstein and Michael Horowitz Daily Bruin Senior Staff Proving once again that it defies both probability and prognosticators, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences yesterday announced its nominations for the 68th Annual Academy Awards. Read more...


America101

America101 Smithsonian exhibit brings 300 American treasures to L.A. Convention Center By Rodney Tanaka Daily Bruin Staff For Dorothy, there’s no place like home. Her ruby slippers are another story. Read more...


Tapeworms

Tapeworms Two top-notch independent films come out on video this week: last year’s Sundance Film Festival success, "Living in Oblivion," and Giuseppe Tornatore’s psychological "A Pure Formality." If these titles don’t stimulate you, also entering your video stores this week are "Dangerous Minds," "Desperado" and "The Amazing Panda Adventure." "Living in Oblivion" (Sony Pictures Classics) Movies about movie-making are a tricky affair. Read more...