This post was updated July 11 at 1:34 p.m.
Warning: spoilers ahead.
A new group of elite students is ruling the iconic Met Steps.
Nine years after the identity of the original Gossip Girl was revealed, the figure returns in HBO Max’s “Gossip Girl” reboot.
This post was updated July 11 at 1:25 p.m.
Midnight Eleven is refashioning artistic expression.
Although it began as a clothing brand, Midnight Eleven is progressing beyond its label as an apparel store to form an artistic community.
This post was updated July 5 at 7:35 p.m.
Even Kevin is delivering more-than-pleasant tunes this summer.
A collaboration between third-year psychology student Michael Zuker and alumnus Wil Sheets, Even Kevin’s debut album “Pleasant Beach” marks the first full-length project for the duo, following four singles and an EP.
In the season of fun in the sun, viewers have a long list of binge-worthy upcoming TV releases to indulge in.
In the past year of quarantine solitude, viewers turned to spending hours watching the latest series.
Some movie theaters may be closed, but the Hammer Museum’s Student Film Showcase is opening up opportunities for young filmmakers.
Organized by the Hammer Student Association – an organization of students who program content and events for the Hammer Museum – and juried by contemporary photographer Buck Ellison, the showcase will be livestreamed over Zoom this Sunday.
This post was updated May 31 at 6:25 p.m.
Fire is a creative force in “Those Who Wish Me Dead.”
Released May 14 and now streaming on HBO Max and playing in select theaters, the film is a story about two lost individuals coming together in the midst of an action thriller that invokes fire in its most emotional moments.
UCLA’s Korean Culture Night uprooted itself to plant in new soil.
Titled “NAMOK,” this year’s Korean Culture Night is leaving the Royce Hall stage and grounding itself in YouTube in the form of a docuseries.
Asian American and Pacific Islander filmmakers have always been bringing their experiences to screens big and small.
From viewing a documentary about the historical precedents of AAPI hate to a heartfelt romantic comedy, celebrate this Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month by looking back on AAPI filmmakers’ richly layered narratives throughout cinema history.
This post was updated May 23 at 6:52 p.m.
Jupiter’s Plantarium revels in earthly creatures.
A store run by second-year world arts and cultures student Chang Zhou, Jupiter’s Plantarium is named after her orange cat named Jupiter, who is frequently seen on the shop’s Instagram page.
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