Tuesday, December 18


Theater Review

What looks to be your average dysfunctional family of four gets a lot weirder when middle-aged mother Diana Goodman (Alice Ripley, Tony Award winner for her portrayal of the same role in "Next To Normal" on Broadway) begins frantically laying down slices of bread on the floor. Read more...




Courtesy of CRAIG SCHWARTZ

Theater Review

For the current generation of college students, Randy Newman is a softy, known best for his film scoring and warmhearted songs such as "You've Got a Friend in Me" from "Toy Story." A new musical revue, "Harps and Angels," brings together 36 of Newman's songs in a high-energy, mostly satirical ballad to America's lowest lows. Read more...

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Courtesy of CRAIG SCHWARTZ

Courtesy of CRAIG SCHWARTZ


UCLA alumnus, Piti Sukavivatanachai, sings and plays guitar for the Santa Barbara-based experimental-rock band, Freaks in the Wild. They will be performing alongside a number of other bands on Saturday at Operation Montezuma in Los Angeles. The band uses improvisation in both their recordings and shows to keep things fresh. (EVAN JANKE)

Unique call of the ‘Freaks in the Wild’

At a first glance, members of the experimental-rock band Freaks in the Wild don't exactly live up to their name. Read more...

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UCLA alumnus, Piti Sukavivatanachai, sings and plays guitar for the Santa Barbara-based experimental-rock band, Freaks in the Wild. They will be performing alongside a number of other bands on Saturday at Operation Montezuma in Los Angeles. The band uses improvisation in both their recordings and shows to keep things fresh. (EVAN JANKE)

UCLA alumnus, Piti Sukavivatanachai, sings and plays guitar for the Santa Barbara-based experimental-rock band, Freaks in the Wild. They will be performing alongside a number of other bands on Saturday at Operation Montezuma in Los Angeles. The band uses improvisation in both their recordings and shows to keep things fresh. (EVAN JANKE)


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