Tuesday, November 12

The Grilled Cheese Truck's Fully Loaded Cheesy Mac blends macaroni and cheese, barbecue pork and caramelized onions all in one sandwich. (Mary Kate Turner/Daily Bruin)

Trucking Around: The Grilled Cheese Truck joins gourmet melt sandwich trend

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 Grilled Cheese Truck's Fully Loaded Cheesy Mac blends macaroni and cheese, barbecue pork and caramelized onions all in one sandwich. (Mary Kate Turner/Daily Bruin)

The Grilled Cheese Truck's Fully Loaded Cheesy Mac blends macaroni and cheese, barbecue pork and caramelized onions all in one sandwich. (Mary Kate Turner/Daily Bruin)

The Lobsta Truck offers the New England classic lobster roll for $13 as well as other seafood favorites like crab rolls, clam chowder and lobster bisque. 
(Erin Ng/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Trucking Around: The Lobsta Truck brings New England favorites, seafood to West Coast

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 Lobsta Truck offers the New England classic lobster roll for $13 as well as other seafood favorites like crab rolls, clam chowder and lobster bisque. (Erin Ng/Daily Bruin senior staff)

The Lobsta Truck offers the New England classic lobster roll for $13 as well as other seafood favorites like crab rolls, clam chowder and lobster bisque. 
(Erin Ng/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Fourth-year bioengineering student Sophia Hu started selling handmade crochet tops made by her mother, Ying Liu, this year on the UCLA Facebook group "Free & For Sale." Each top costs about $20-$25, and she has sold about 10-12 so far. (Hannah Ye/Daily Bruin)

Mother and daughter sell handmade crochet tops on Free and For Sale page

Last summer, Sophia Hu went to the music festival Made in America and was looking for something to wear. Hu stumbled upon a crochet top online, but she thought that it was a little pricey. Read more...

Photo: Fourth-year bioengineering student Sophia Hu started selling handmade crochet tops made by her mother, Ying Liu, this year on the UCLA Facebook group "Free & For Sale." Each top costs about $20-$25, and she has sold about 10-12 so far. (Hannah Ye/Daily Bruin)

Fourth-year bioengineering student Sophia Hu started selling handmade crochet tops made by her mother, Ying Liu, this year on the UCLA Facebook group "Free & For Sale." Each top costs about $20-$25, and she has sold about 10-12 so far. (Hannah Ye/Daily Bruin)

Kogi BBQ, a sticker covered taco truck, serves a variety of Korean barbecue tacos, burritos and quesadillas and is known for its long lines.  (Alisha Kapur/Daily Bruin)

Trucking Around: Kogi BBQ taco truck offers unique, flavorful choices

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: Kogi BBQ, a sticker covered taco truck, serves a variety of Korean barbecue tacos, burritos and quesadillas and is known for its long lines. (Alisha Kapur/Daily Bruin)

Kogi BBQ, a sticker covered taco truck, serves a variety of Korean barbecue tacos, burritos and quesadillas and is known for its long lines.  (Alisha Kapur/Daily Bruin)


UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television alumna Haley McHugh is currently starring as Erika in the Skylight Theatre Company's production, "Dontrell, Who Kissed the Sea." The play, running until March 29, portrays its title character and his love affair with the lifeguard Erika. (Owen Emerson/Daily Bruin)

Q&A: Alum Haley McHugh discusses theater, life as a professional actress

Haley McHugh entered the world of performance as a 3-year-old, cha-chaing across the stage in a community theater production. Since then, she founded and was president of her high school’s drama club, graduated from the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television and starred in various professional projects, such as Horton Foote’s play “Lily Dale.” She currently plays Erika in “Dontrell, Who Kissed the Sea” at the Skylight Theatre Company in Los Angeles. Read more...

Photo: UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television alumna Haley McHugh is currently starring as Erika in the Skylight Theatre Company's production, "Dontrell, Who Kissed the Sea." The play, running until March 29, portrays its title character and his love affair with the lifeguard Erika. (Owen Emerson/Daily Bruin)

UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television alumna Haley McHugh is currently starring as Erika in the Skylight Theatre Company's production, "Dontrell, Who Kissed the Sea." The play, running until March 29, portrays its title character and his love affair with the lifeguard Erika. (Owen Emerson/Daily Bruin)

Adult film star James Deen will speak in a panel held by the USAC Campus Events Commission and Student Wellness Commission Wednesday. (jamesdeen.com)

Q&A: Porn star James Deen talks industry, UCLA Porn Panel

James Deen first knew he wanted to be an adult entertainer when he was 6 years old and accidentally discovered an old porn magazine. When he was 18, he entered the adult film industry and has since appeared in thousands of scenes. Read more...

Photo: Adult film star James Deen will speak in a panel held by the USAC Campus Events Commission and Student Wellness Commission Wednesday. (jamesdeen.com)

Adult film star James Deen will speak in a panel held by the USAC Campus Events Commission and Student Wellness Commission Wednesday. (jamesdeen.com)