Thursday, February 22

Band past its prime bores Roxy’s crowd

Band past its prime bores Roxy’s crowd By Brian Remick Though they present themselves as an "escape from grunge," the Lightning Seeds’ on-stage presence lacks so much excitement that Alice In Chains seems intoxicating by comparison. Read more...



LaJoye’s ‘Snowflake’ finds solace in hope-laden junk

LaJoye’s ‘Snowflake’ finds solace in hope-laden junk Former clown’s hometown hero inspires comedy By Rodney Tanaka Each snowflake that falls to earth possesses unique characteristics. Each performance of Gale LaJoye’s one-man show "Snowflake," also changes with each new inception. Read more...


O’Donnell shines in comedy

O’Donnell shines in comedy By Lael Loewenstein Okay, we admit it. We made a mistake. Despite our prediction that it would rank as one of the worst films of the fall, "Exit to Eden" is a deft, hilarious and at times very erotic comedy. Read more...


Stranger than Fiction

Stranger than Fiction Tarantino’s Pulp Fiction’ is an all-out, rockin’ verbal and visual onslaught of violence, comedy and Travolta By Mike Horowitz Daily Bruin Senior Staff There are about a million interviews, advertisements, and late night star plugs for "Pulp Fiction" out there at the moment. Read more...



Fishbone frontman ‘counts down’ to racial harmony

Fishbone frontman ‘counts down’ to racial harmony By Gaby Mora Daily Bruin Staff Dr. Martin Luther King had a dream. Dr. Madd Vibe (a.k.a. Angelo Moore of Fishbone) has reason to try and make that dream a reality this weekend at the Civil Rights Festival Benefit. Read more...