Monday, August 19

Making it up to Polly Jean Harvey

Making it up to Polly Jean Harvey What’s that Noise? Michael Tatum In 1967, Richard Goldstein, at that time the pop music critic for the New York Times, ran what very well may have been the most famous, and most notorious, record review of all time. Read more...



Costello reissues neglect the best

Costello reissues neglect the best By Michael Tatum Daily Bruin Senior Staff The only reason critics like Elvis Costello, David Lee Roth once quipped, is because most critics look like Elvis Costello. Read more...



Shakespeare’s little black book

Shakespeare’s little black book Harris’ play focuses on the scandals surrounding Shakespeare By Jennifer Richmond Daily Bruin Staff Jan Harris strongly believes that every play should have a one-sentence premise. Read more...


We are the world … here are our cultures

We are the world … here are our cultures From Afro-Brazilian jazz to an authentic Hawaiian luau, WorldFest ’95 celebrates dance, music, traditions and food from around the globe By John Mangum Daily Bruin Staff Words like multiculturalism and diversity turn up frequently in conversations all over the UCLA campus. Read more...


For Harrison, ‘family matters’ include planning for future

For Harrison, ‘family matters’ include planning for future Actor contemplates career, education after hit TV sitcom By Emily Forster Sitting in front of Westwood’s The Coffee Bean dressed in a white shirt, tan pants, wire-framed glasses and a neatly trimmed goatee, Shawn Harrison looks like any other 20-year-old college student. Read more...