Monday, October 21

Bus Stops: Bruins for Transit co-president Matthew Kroneberger talks about downtown Los Angeles

I covered a lot of ground this week in my column, but I think I was most impressed with the architecture of downtown Los Angeles. At one point, we made our way down to the building that hosts the Grand Central Market. From the roof you can see a lot of Los Angeles: the Los Angeles Public Library, the Los Angeles Times office, the Federal Building and several gleaming high-rises.

Here, Bruins for Transit co-president Matthew Kroneberger talks about Bunker Hill from the roof of the Grand Central Market, overlooking Angels Flight.

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Overtime with Daily Bruin Sports: February 14, 2011

Overtime with Daily Bruin Sports: February 14, 2011

On this week's show, Sports Editor Sam Strong and Eli Smukler will fill you in on the weekend scores and stats. You'll also hear clips from the Oregon State postgame press conference with some followup analysis by the hosts. Last but not least, UCLA freshman center Joshua Smith joins the hosts for a live interview in the studio.



Overtime with Daily Bruin Sports airs Mondays at 6:30 p.m. on UCLAradio.com.



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"Overtime with Daily Bruin Sports: February 14, 2011"

On this week's show, Sports Editor Sam Strong and Eli Smukler will fill you in on the weekend scores and stats. You'll also hear clips from the Oregon State postgame press conference with some followup analysis by the hosts. Last but not least, UCLA freshman center Joshua Smith joins the hosts for a live interview in the studio.



Overtime with Daily Bruin Sports airs Mondays at 6:30 p.m. on UCLAradio.com.



Visit our broadcast archive or subscribe to our podcast.



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Long Story Short: Remembering that first crush

Long Story Short: Remembering that first crush

From that brief kindergarten crush to long-time friendships, UCLA students are nostalgic over their first crushes. Radio News Editor Marico Moredo headed to campus to investigate. [3:09]

"Long Story Short: Remembering that first crush"

From that brief kindergarten crush to long-time friendships, UCLA students are nostalgic over their first crushes. Radio News Editor Marico Moredo headed to campus to investigate. [3:09]

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Long Story Short: February 14, 2011

Long Story Short: February 14, 2011

Stories of love, long-lasting love, and lost love. It's the Valentine's edition of Long Story Short!



Long Story Short airs Mondays at 6:00 p.m. on UCLAradio.com.



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"Long Story Short: February 14, 2011"

Stories of love, long-lasting love, and lost love. It's the Valentine's edition of Long Story Short!



Long Story Short airs Mondays at 6:00 p.m. on UCLAradio.com.



Visit our broadcast archive or subscribe to our podcast.



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Yuck's debut album carries '90s indie vibe with a twist

Yuck's self-titled debut plays like the record collection of a mid-'90s indie rock aficionado. The London-based quintet lies somewhere in between the noise rock of Sonic Youth, the gritty haze of Dinosaur Jr., the blatant lo-fi recording of Pavement and, at times, the unrelenting distortion of My Bloody Valentine.

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Kerckhoff Coffeehouse plays host to Valentine's Night, complete with Jazz vocalist Teira Church and soul and R&B artist Mateo, tonight

Treat your sweetheart to a free Sprinkles cupcake by being one of the first 50 people to arrive at Kerckhoff Coffeehouse for Valentine's Night hosted by the Cultural Affairs Commisson.

The event, which will take place from 7 to 9 p.m. today in the coffeehouse, will feature musical performances fit for all of the lovebirds out there.

From 7 to 8 p.m. UCLA Jazz vocalist Teira Church will open the show with a live performance of romantic tunes. The night's main event, L.A.‘s soul and R&B artist Mateo, will take the stage from 8 to 9 p.m.

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Scoop Dreams: Pac-10 Power Rankings (Feb. 14)

Scoop Dreams columnist Eli Smukler checks in with this week’s Pac-10 men’s basketball Power Rankings (you can find last week’s rankings here):

1. No. 12 Arizona (21-4, 10-2 Pac-10)

Arizona logoThe Wildcats took care of business against their rival on Sunday, a 67-52 win over the hapless Sun Devils. Arizona has a chance to avenge an earlier loss when Washington pays a weekend visit to the McKale Center, where the Wildcats have not lost yet this season.

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