Wednesday, July 17


Film Reviews

Friday, May 3,1996 "Barb Wire" Written by Chuck Pfarrer and Ilene Chaiken Directed by David Hogan Starring Pamela Anderson Lee, Temuera Morrison and Jake Noseworthy "Barb Wire" has about 30 deaths by machine gun fire, three bodies dropping, no laughs, four sets and two huge plastic breasts center-screen for an hour and a half. Read more...



Keeping the tradition alive

Friday, May 3,1996 The 11th annual UCLA Pow Wow not only celebrates the American Indian culture, but it allows for a more personal look into it.For some American Indians, stomping and sliding to the beat of a drum while wearing belts adorned with long strips of leather tells a story about the culture of plains tribes in years past. Read more...


Masters candidates bring ‘Manyio new dance performances

Friday, May 3,1996 World Arts and Cultures showcase contemporary danceBy Elizabeth Bull Daily Bruin Contributor "’My mother rushed my father to the hospital and when she told me it frightened me.’" From this sentence master of arts candidate Julie Carson developed a dance full of power and emotion. Read more...


The Spirit Speaks

Friday, May 3,1996 Chicano artists Arnoldo Vargas and Richard Alvarez capture the spirit of their people in art. The new Kerckhoff Art Gallery exhibit, ‘Por Mi Raza Habla El Espiritu,’ celebrates their work and their culture. Read more...