This post was updated May 19 at 11:30 a.m.
Sophia Bacino and her friends believe good music can heal heartache.
At Spring Sing, the newly formed indie band Sophia Bacino & Friends will perform Bacino’s original song, “My Old Self Could Love You,” the third-year ethnomusicology student said.
From themed bookshops to beloved book festivals, the Los Angeles literary world has something to offer every reader. Storytelling has long served as a tool of community building, and there is a space for all communities within the diverse, evolving LA book scene.
This post was updated March 30 at 10:03 p.m.
Sabaa Tahir’s stories are all the rage.
The author and alumnus first gained recognition for her bestselling young adult fantasy series, “An Ember in the Ashes,” which concluded in fall 2020.
Not even a deadly accident can break the bonds of true love.
Premiering Friday on Paramount+, “The In Between” follows teenager Tessa (Joey King) as she tries to contact her boyfriend, Skylar (Kyle Allen), in the afterworld after a car crash tragically takes his life.
The chill of wintertime and the beckoning of fireside reading often go hand in hand. Mirroring the season, new novel releases are falling like snowflakes in flurries of individualism, spanning themes from heartfelt discoveries of heritage to comedically nosy matchmaking.
This post was updated March 30 at 11:05 p.m.
Gretchen Parlato’s “Flor” reflects on blooming into motherhood.
Following the birth of her son, the alumnus and singer said she felt a desire to capture her emotions and experiences through music.
This post was updated Dec. 1 at 9:37 p.m.
Brett Ryback is bringing joy to the world this holiday season.
Premiering Tuesday, the UCLA alumnus and University of Southern California musical theater professor will star in the Los Angeles production of “A Christmas Carol,” a reimagining of the 1843 Charles Dickens tale of the same name.
This post was updated Oct. 10 at 9:51 p.m.
Eliana Bohn’s quarantine hobby sparked joy.
Rather than picking up crocheting or bread making, the second-year molecular, cell, and developmental biology student said she turned to the art of fire performance.
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