Friday, December 14

Voicing the other side of history

Voicing the other side of history Exhibit uses posters to chronicle struggle for human rights By Rodney Tanaka Daily Bruin Staff The poster depicts an African American man reading a book. Read more...


So ALIVE

So ALIVE Although they have never cracked the pop market like their punk offspring, Bad Religion has built a strong following through provocative lyrics, an intense musical style and intriguing political discourse By Kristin Fiore Daily Bruin Contributor hile politicians quibble over the degeneracy of today’s rock music and their opponents’ sexual exploits, Bad Religion goes not-so-quietly about the business of tackling society’s toughest issues. Read more...


Fibbers remain true to musical passion

Fibbers remain true to musical passion Critical acclaim could propel L.A.-based group to commercial success By Olivia Mandel Daily Bruin Contributor Geraldine Fibbers guitarist Daniel Keenan is having a piece of toast while talking on the phone. Read more...



Untitled

Untitled Former UCLA Professor Ray Brown’s newest exhibit at the FIG gallery explores the beauty and horrors of the human experience. The names of his favorite pieces? Read more...


Director revels in success of ‘Frank’

Director revels in success of ‘Frank’ Jon Blair’s outside perspective on Anne wins Oscar acclaim By Lael Loewenstein Daily Bruin Contributor It’s just past noon on the day the Oscar nominations are announced. Read more...


Stanley still striving to reach her full potential

Stanley still striving to reach her full potential Dramatic literature-lover and star of new play has dreams of taking on classic role By Jennifer Richmond Daily Bruin Senior Staff Florence Stanley says her character in "The Apple Doesn’t Fall …" is a "woman of high aspirations who never lived up to her potential." Like her character in the play, Stanley says that she doesn’t believe she achieved her full theater potential even though she’s played a wide variety of roles in theater and television. Read more...