Tuesday, September 17

Amish art brightens Fowler

By Stephanie Sheh Daily Bruin Contributor Deep greens, bright reds, lively pinks and vibrant yellows pulsate, reaching across a bold sea of solid blue. The intense colors and unique geometric shapes filling the walls of Fowler’s gallery, contrast the simple, humble and pragmatic lives of their makers. Read more...



Theater company makes musical out of

By Cheryl Klein Daily Bruin Senior Staff The Pressed Ham Theater Company’s answering machine invites callers to listen to a scene from their current production, "Oh, Hamlet!" Rather than the "To be or not to be" cliche, listeners get an earful of clanking swords, followed by a game show announcer-style voice asking, "Who will win? Read more...



Field of Dreams

For an art form rooted in timeless fantasies and sublime landscapes, Surrealism is surprisingly in the here and now. Specifically, it’s here, at the Louis Stern Fine Arts Gallery, and now, through Nov. Read more...


Mood, not food make deli famous

By Cecily Feltham Daily Bruin Contributor A Snapple at Jerry’s Famous Deli is $2.35. Ravenous, I didn’t fully register the importance of such a price as I noted it on the display menu. Read more...