Monday, July 16


Reeling in the year

Reeling in the year With the recent wave of independent films such as Clerks and Hoop Dreams bringing both public and critical acclaim, the Sundance Film Festival has become the premier American movie showcase. Read more...


Angles through

Angles through the eras For 160 years, the photograph has been able to make time stand still. The Armand Hammer Museum’s exhibit "Arrows of Time" displays the best of these moments frozen on film. Read more...


Garver helps find constant ‘improvement’ on top-rated show

Garver helps find constant ‘improvement’ on top-rated show Creative consultant for show speaks tonight as part of Extension series By Rodney Tanaka The writers of "Home Improvement" once approached Tim Allen with an idea for a show where his wife Jill wants to buy him an emotional birthday gift. Read more...




Jamming ‘Jelly’ pushes tapping, non-stop fun to hilt

Jamming ‘Jelly’ pushes tapping, non-stop fun to hilt Wolf’s acclaimed, astounding musical stops in Los Angeles for limited engagement By Jennifer Richmond Daily Bruin Staff The members of The Jungle Inn are patiently waiting for their newest member, Jelly Roll Morton (Maurice Hines) to make his grand entrance in "Jelly’s Last Jam." But what appears to be just another ’20s speakeasy, actually turns out to be a sort of courtroom "somewheres ‘tween heaven ‘n hell." Jelly, a jazz legend in his own mind, is about to be put on trial by other-worldly spirits ­ and the verdict will either get him life in heaven or hell. Read more...