Sunday, May 20

Taylor Swift exuded self-confidence and charisma at her performance at the Rose Bowl on Friday night. (Kristie-Valerie Hoang/Assistant Photo editor)
Taylor Swift exuded self-confidence and charisma at her performance at the Rose Bowl on Friday night. (Kristie-Valerie Hoang/Assistant Photo editor)

Third-year sociology student John Pirl dons a henley shirt from Vespucci, a sustainable clothing brand he co-founded. The company creates streetwear from eco-friendly fabric such as hemp-based material. (Liz Ketcham/Daily Bruin)
Third-year sociology student John Pirl dons a henley shirt from Vespucci, a sustainable clothing brand he co-founded. The company creates streetwear from eco-friendly fabric such as hemp-based material. (Liz Ketcham/Daily Bruin)


Thousands of demonstrators marched in downtown Los Angeles on Tuesday to protest President Donald Trump's decision to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. (Michael Zshornack/Photo editor)
Thousands of demonstrators marched in downtown Los Angeles on Tuesday to protest President Donald Trump's decision to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. (Michael Zshornack/Photo editor)

(Kaley Powers/Daily Bruin)
(Kaley Powers/Daily Bruin)

Brothers Michael and Kyle Trewartha produce music together under the name "Grey." They created the single "Starving" with Hailee Steinfeld and Zedd last year and will be performing at the Avalon in Hollywood on Friday. (Anisha Joshi/Daily Bruin)

On the Rise: Grey

In “On the Rise,” the Daily Bruin profiles up-and-coming musicians in Los Angeles. Though our subjects do not necessarily have direct connections with UCLA, they are artists who have brought their sounds to Los Angeles and have taken advantage of opportunities within the city’s thriving music scene. Read more...

Brothers Michael and Kyle Trewartha produce music together under the name "Grey." They created the single "Starving" with Hailee Steinfeld and Zedd last year and will be performing at the Avalon in Hollywood on Friday. (Anisha Joshi/Daily Bruin)

In the first act of "The Tales of Hoffmann," the titular character (Vittorio Grigolo) falls in love with a mechanical doll named Olympia (So Young Park) after mistaking her for a real woman.(Ken Howard / LA Opera)

Opera review: ‘The Tales of Hoffmann’

A lovesick poet, a goddess disguised as a man and a slew of drunken students walk into a tavern. So begins Los Angeles Opera’s current production of Jacques Offenbach’s “The Tales of Hoffmann,” the story of an oft-inebriated writer named Hoffmann (Vittorio Grigolo) recounting his failed experiences with three past lovers before realizing that his true love is for his art. Read more...

In the first act of "The Tales of Hoffmann," the titular character (Vittorio Grigolo) falls in love with a mechanical doll named Olympia (So Young Park) after mistaking her for a real woman.(Ken Howard / LA Opera)


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