The most underrated college experience is failure.
For the past four years, I’ve written stories about arts and entertainment that range in topics – from a pie contest to the JazzReggae Festival to horror films to furniture art installations to celebrity sightings.
Since 2007, Bruin Harmony has won eight awards at Spring Sing for their performances of Top 40 hits. This year, the group is bringing a jazz classic to Pauley Pavilion, said Prescott Rynewicz, a second-year aerospace engineering student and member of Bruin Harmony.
On Tuesday, dedicated fans waited for hours outside the Regency Bruin Theatre, fat raindrops pelting their heads, with hopes of seeing the season five premiere of HBO’s “Game of Thrones.”
The Undergraduate Students Association Council’s Campus Events Commission hosted the screening of the popular show, a television adaptation of George R.
Aside from his 42-year-long teaching career at UCLA, Sheridon Stokes published two books on flute technique and has recorded studio music for “Mission Impossible,” “Star Trek” and “Family Guy.”
Before he performs in the orchestra for the Academy Awards on Feb.
Make way Mary Higgins Clark, there’s a new queen of suspense in town and her name is Harper Lee.
While 88-year-old Lee doesn’t write suspense-thriller mysteries, she still managed the plot twist of her career with the announcement of her second book release 55 years after her first, “To Kill a Mockingbird.”
Before there were TLC television shows like “Here Comes Honey Boo,” “Say Yes to the Dress: Atlanta” and “Welcome to Myrtle Manor” Americans got a glimpse of Southern life in Lee’s beloved 1960 Pulitzer-Prize-winning classic “To Kill a Mockingbird.” Yet, before she published her famed novel, she wrote a sequel to “To Kill a Mocking Bird” titled “Go Set a Watchman” in the 1950s, which remained unpublished until now.
Katy Perry belted out “Roar,” finishing with a full-bodied growl while standing in a flaming mini-dress on top of a 15-foot-tall robotic tiger.
Perry’s 15-minute Super Bowl XLIX halftime show included fan-favorites such as “Dark Horse,” “Kissed a Girl” and “Firework“ and featured guests Lenny Kravitz and Missy Elliot who sang “Lose Control” and “Work It.” The representation of three musical genres in combination with impressive visual effects set this year’s Super Bowl halftime apart as a full show rather than just a snooze-fest concert.
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