Friday, December 14

Professor questions society through art

Professor questions society through art Themes of honesty, sexuality imbue each energetic piece on display at Armand Hammer Museum By Dawnya Pring Daily Bruin Contributor The drawings of Lari Pittman tantalize and engage viewers with abstract images of sex, death, birth and hope. Read more...


Vodou flag exhibit flys high

Vodou flag exhibit flys high Fowler Museum showcases Haitian ‘political banners’ By Allyson Harwood In Christian society, one the best known forms of religious art is the stained glass window. Read more...


as PREDICTABLE as the TIDE

as PREDICTABLE as the TIDE Epic ‘Afterschool Special’ doesn’t sink, but offers few thrills By Brandon Wilson Daily Bruin Contributor The latest Ridley Scott film "White Squall" takes its title from a rare weather condition that can be the end of a ship at sea. Read more...


Director Arau to take ‘Walk’ with Bruins

Director Arau to take ‘Walk’ with Bruins Award-winning filmmaker speaks at Melnitz tonight By Brandon Wilson Daily Bruin Contributor Director Alfonso Arau, whose classic "Like Water For Chocolate" won him worldwide fame and 10 Ariel Awards (Mexico’s version of Oscars), will be bringing his hit from last year "A Walk In The Clouds" to UCLA’s Melnitz Hall tonight. Read more...



‘Black Sheep’ a shear bet for loads of laughs

‘Black Sheep’ a shear bet for loads of laughs Comedian Spade wishes you to just ‘be a lamb’ and flock to see his latest flick By Sona Stepanian Daily Bruin Contributor "Black Sheep" is not "Tommy Boy Part 2." At least according to actors Chris Farley and David Spade, who starred in the comedy "Tommy Boy," and reunite in "Black Sheep." Spade, who started his career with Farley on "Saturday Night Live," understands why people may see "Black Sheep" as a sequel to "Tommy Boy." Both films feature Farley as an unlucky victim, and are full of his physical comedy coupled with Spade’s sarcastic humor. Read more...


The day the music died

The day the music died Less than a month ago, the San Diego Symphony met its death - could the L.A. Philharmonic be next? By Elizabeth Bull Daily Bruin Contributor Daniel Rothmuller still can’t believe what happened in San Diego three weeks ago. Read more...