Thursday, October 18

Against the grain

Against the grain Sure, Bad Religion’s lead singer Greg Graffin (above center) has been blasting angry, loud and socially relevant music for 14 years ­ for any punk fan that much is obvious. Read more...



Soap’s ‘black sheep’ grazes new pastures

Soap’s ‘black sheep’ grazes new pastures Kanan brings out passion, insecurity in soap opera role By Jessie Yoo Sean Kanan describes A.J. Quartermaine, one of the main characters on ABC’s daytime drama "General Hospital," as a "white collar black sheep." "He’s a recovering alcoholic and a rebel who comes from a wealthy family," explains Kanan. Read more...


Up against the wall

Up against the wall While the nuclear family laughed along with Ozzie and Harriet, thousands fought and died to make the words of civil rights legislation a reality. Read more...


Biohazard feeds appetite of destruction

Biohazard feeds appetite of destruction Brooklyn metal extremists play at the Whisky on Thanksgiving By John Sabatini Tomorrow night, once the turkey and pumpkin pie have had a chance to settle, the Brooklyn-based metal band Biohazard will celebrate the holiday by bringing its unique rap-influenced sound to an extended family of friends and fans at the Whisky in Hollywood. Read more...


‘Heavenly creatures’ are hellish murderers

‘Heavenly creatures’ are hellish murderers Writer-director Jackson frightens, yet beguiles in film By Lael Loewenstein Daily Bruin Staff On a crisp June day in 1954, New Zealand girls Juliet Hulme, 15, and Pauline Parker, 16, sat down to tea with Pauline’s mother, went for a walk in the woods and bludgeoned her to death with a brick. Read more...


The Incubator

The Incubator ‘Twins’ reunite with Reitman to deliver funny dialogue, solid performances in latest ‘Junior’ By Lael Loewenstein Daily Bruin Staff Even if it offered nothing more than a pregnant Arnold Schwarzenegger, Junior, for curiosity value alone, would be worth the price of admission. Read more...