Sunday, November 17

The Jogasaki Sushi Burrito truck serves burrito-sized sushi rolls, such as the Popcorn Lobster Burrito made of crab meat, avocado, cucumber and langostino tempura encapsulated in soy paper. (Tamaryn Kong/Daily Bruin)

Trucking Around: Sushi truck re-rolls classic ingredients for novel portability

Food trucks are a vital part of the Los Angeles culinary scene, with many accumulating hordes of followers who aggressively pursue them around the city. The sheer magnitude of trucks can make dining choices difficult, but columnist Alisha Kapur has narrowed down 10 to try out and review. Read more...

Photo: The Jogasaki Sushi Burrito truck serves burrito-sized sushi rolls, such as the Popcorn Lobster Burrito made of crab meat, avocado, cucumber and langostino tempura encapsulated in soy paper. (Tamaryn Kong/Daily Bruin)

The Jogasaki Sushi Burrito truck serves burrito-sized sushi rolls, such as the Popcorn Lobster Burrito made of crab meat, avocado, cucumber and langostino tempura encapsulated in soy paper. (Tamaryn Kong/Daily Bruin)

HOOLIGAN Theatre Company has performed at Spring Sing for the past two years and will return to the stage on Saturday with a showcase of energetic pop songs that deal with the theme of acceptance and fitting in at UCLA. (Monica Jeon/Daily Bruin)

Spring Sing 2015: HOOLIGAN Theatre Company

On top of Parking Structure 2 on most weekend evenings throughout winter and spring quarter, dancers leapt across parking spots, while singers belted out their favorite pop songs and actors interjected witty lines. Read more...

Photo: HOOLIGAN Theatre Company has performed at Spring Sing for the past two years and will return to the stage on Saturday with a showcase of energetic pop songs that deal with the theme of acceptance and fitting in at UCLA. (Monica Jeon/Daily Bruin)

HOOLIGAN Theatre Company has performed at Spring Sing for the past two years and will return to the stage on Saturday with a showcase of energetic pop songs that deal with the theme of acceptance and fitting in at UCLA. (Monica Jeon/Daily Bruin)

The Mandoline Grill is a food truck that serves up Vietnamese cuisine, such as Banh Mi. 
(Monica Jeon/Daily Bruin)

Trucking Around: Vietnamese truck offers four options, achieves spicy simplicity

Food trucks are a vital part of the Los Angeles culinary scene, with many accumulating hordes of followers who aggressively pursue them around the city. The sheer magnitude of trucks can make dining choices difficult, but columnist Alisha Kapur has narrowed down 10 to try out and review. Read more...

Photo: The Mandoline Grill is a food truck that serves up Vietnamese cuisine, such as Banh Mi. (Monica Jeon/Daily Bruin)

The Mandoline Grill is a food truck that serves up Vietnamese cuisine, such as Banh Mi. 
(Monica Jeon/Daily Bruin)

A&E columnist Alisha Kapur traveled to The Lobos Truck to sample the Big Lobo, a two-patty burger with cheese, egg, guacamole and tomato, and the truck’s Wachos, including the OG Wacho and the Green Dragon Wacho. 
(Canaan Howard/Daily Bruin)

Trucking Around: The Lobos Truck features unique fry-nacho combination

Food trucks are a vital part of the Los Angeles culinary scene, with many accumulating hordes of followers who aggressively pursue them around the city. The sheer magnitude of trucks can make dining choices difficult, but columnist Alisha Kapur has narrowed down 10 to try out and review. Read more...

Photo: A&E columnist Alisha Kapur traveled to The Lobos Truck to sample the Big Lobo, a two-patty burger with cheese, egg, guacamole and tomato, and the truck’s Wachos, including the OG Wacho and the Green Dragon Wacho. (Canaan Howard/Daily Bruin)

A&E columnist Alisha Kapur traveled to The Lobos Truck to sample the Big Lobo, a two-patty burger with cheese, egg, guacamole and tomato, and the truck’s Wachos, including the OG Wacho and the Green Dragon Wacho. 
(Canaan Howard/Daily Bruin)

Dogtown Dogs offers hot dog sandwiches with a Southern California flare, including the "California Dog" (below). Served with a beef frank or a soy dog, the "California Dog" features avocado, arugula, tomatoes, fried onions and vinaigrette.  
(Dogtown Dogs)

Trucking Around: Dogtown Dogs dishes out refreshing, Californian flavors

Food trucks are a vital part of the Los Angeles culinary scene, with many accumulating hordes of followers who aggressively pursue them around the city. The sheer magnitude of trucks can make dining choices difficult, but columnist Alisha Kapur has narrowed down 10 to try out and review. Read more...

Photo: Dogtown Dogs offers hot dog sandwiches with a Southern California flare, including the "California Dog" (below). Served with a beef frank or a soy dog, the "California Dog" features avocado, arugula, tomatoes, fried onions and vinaigrette. (Dogtown Dogs)

Dogtown Dogs offers hot dog sandwiches with a Southern California flare, including the "California Dog" (below). Served with a beef frank or a soy dog, the "California Dog" features avocado, arugula, tomatoes, fried onions and vinaigrette.  
(Dogtown Dogs)

Alumnus Julian Le transitioned from his roots as a classical child pianist to joining opener Jhené Aiko's band for J. Cole's European summer tour in May.
(Julie Song/Daily Bruin)

Q&A: Alum musician Julian Le talks about touring, life after UCLA

At 3 years old, UCLA alumnus Julian Le began playing classical piano under the guidance of his parents. From then on, he played the instrument regularly, garnering gigs at churches and with his band around Los Angeles throughout his college career. Read more...

Photo: Alumnus Julian Le transitioned from his roots as a classical child pianist to joining opener Jhené Aiko's band for J. Cole's European summer tour in May. (Julie Song/Daily Bruin)

Alumnus Julian Le transitioned from his roots as a classical child pianist to joining opener Jhené Aiko's band for J. Cole's European summer tour in May.
(Julie Song/Daily Bruin)

The gourmet ice cream sandwich truck Coolhaus features flavors such as avocado Sriracha and foie gras peanut better and jelly. (Coolhaus)

Trucking Around: Coolhaus serves ice cream sandwiches in range of flavors

Food trucks are a vital part of the L.A. culinary scene, with many accumulating hordes of followers who aggressively pursue them around the city. The sheer magnitude of trucks can make dining choices difficult, but columnist Alisha Kapur has narrowed down 10 to try and review. Read more...

Photo: The gourmet ice cream sandwich truck Coolhaus features flavors such as avocado Sriracha and foie gras peanut better and jelly. (Coolhaus)

The gourmet ice cream sandwich truck Coolhaus features flavors such as avocado Sriracha and foie gras peanut better and jelly. (Coolhaus)