Wednesday, February 20

More than meets the eye

By Kristin FioreSummer Bruin Staff Much of what is innovative, emotive, or just plain bewildering in 20th century art can be blamed on Wassily Kandinsky. One of the first true abstract artists, Kandinsky expressed himself through pure form and color, recreating a mood instead of a scene. Read more...


Laying down the law

By Michael HorowitzSummer Bruin Staff Judge Dredd, and his companion Fergie, have been captured by a cannibalistic family of desert nomads. Strung up to await their fate, the pair dangle in mid-air, suspended by rope coiled around their wrists. Read more...


A few good men

A few good men By Michael Horowitz Daily Bruin Senior Staff Crimson Tide is a taut, white-knuckle sub thriller that will make you chew your fingers off. Read more...



‘All-American’ Cho returns

‘All-American’ Cho returns Quirky comic performs this weekend in Redondo Beach By Jeffrey Shore Ever helpful, Margaret Cho, star of ABC’s "All-American Girl," is more than happy to share advice on ways to survive the rigors of success. Read more...


Musical boundaries beware when Kronos comes to town

Musical boundaries beware when Kronos comes to town Unusual string quartet redefines ‘classical’ in Schoenberg show By John Mangum Daily Bruin Staff The Kronos Quartet is determined to make listeners think about music in a way that would never occur to most people. Read more...


‘Langoliers’ ruined by overacting, dialogue

‘Langoliers’ ruined by overacting, dialogue By Jennifer Richmond Daily Bruin Senior Staff Stephen King has two types of films. The successful and the unsuccessful. Successful include films like Misery and Stand By Me where the story is realistic. Read more...