For pianist Gloria Cheng, modern beauty takes many forms, one of them being contemporary classical music.
“Modern Beauty,” a concert series presented virtually through Pittance Chamber Music premiered its first of three episodes Nov.
This post was updated Oct. 11 at 6:57 p.m.
For 22 Friday nights, professor Inna Faliks has set a commemorative roll of toilet paper on her piano for her “Corona Fridays” concert series.
No project is off-limits for student artist Purva Joshi – who is customizing everything from AirPods cases to denim jeans.
Joshi, a second-year molecular, cell, and developmental biology student, has raised more than $100 through commissioned pieces to support both the Black Lives Matter movement and the humanitarian crisis in Yemen.
Money laundering, marriage problems and local rivalries only scratches the surface of “Ozark.”
The Netflix crime-thriller is nominated for 18 Emmys in 2020, ranging from outstanding contemporary makeup to outstanding drama series, while also being renewed for a fourth and final two-part season.
Krista Marina is blending Middle Eastern and R&B musical elements in her upcoming summer releases.
As a musician, songwriter and producer, Krista Apardian, a fourth-year communication student, more commonly goes by her stage name, Krista Marina.
Wild Phlox is melding funk, rock, psychedelic, jazz and folk music into its original song at this year’s Spring Sing.
The five-person group is a synthesis of different musical backgrounds and levels of experience, with various members having roots in jazz fusion, funk rock and nearly everything between.
With her piece “Phoenix,” graduate student Marianna Varviani brings the hope stemming from the ancient myth into everyday life.
The piece, choreographed by Varviani and performed by UCLA students, will be showcased Friday at the Glorya Kaufman Dance Theater.
This post was updated Feb. 12 at 2:06 p.m.
Patrick P. Stafford began helping people write their resumes about five decades ago. Now, he has written around 7,000 poems and published three poetry books.
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