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Brendan Hornbostel

Arts

June 9, 2014 12:00 a.m.

Spotlight on LA: Summer Previews

Dear reader,
Here at the Daily Bruin, we’re beyond a bruin, just like you. In Arts & Entertainment, we want to write stories for you, about you and because of you.

By Brendan Hornbostel

Arts

May 29, 2014 12:00 a.m.

Movie Review: ‘We Are the Best!’

Punk is not dead.
At the very least, it’s still alive in the rebellious attitudes and short haircuts of three girls from 1980s Stockholm. In Lukas Moodysson’s 2013 Swedish drama “We Are the Best!,” adapted from the graphic novel “Never Goodnight,” by Moodysson’s wife Coco Moodysson, three preteens give a new meaning to the term “punk.”
The film follows the journey of outcast best friends Bobo (Mira Barkhammar) and Klara (Mira Grosin), who are alienated from their classmates and family because of their self-cut short hair and adamant persistence to be punks.

By Brendan Hornbostel

Arts

May 20, 2014 1:26 a.m.

Coldplay’s Royce Hall concert shifts between intimate show, spectacle

In between two of UCLA’s largest annual concerts – Spring Sing and the JazzReggae Festival – British rock band Coldplay set upon Royce Hall Monday night to celebrate the international release of its sixth studio album “Ghost Stories.”
Packing Royce Hall to its full capacity, the concert was Coldplay’s only West Coast appearance during the band’s mini world tour, which began in Cologne, Germany, on April 25 and will conclude with a London show on July 1.

By Brendan Hornbostel

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