Sunaina Keonaona Kale is putting reggae music in relation.
Originally from Irvine, Kale is Kanaka Maoli, or Native Hawaiian, and holds a doctorate in ethnomusicology from UC Santa Barbara.
This post was updated Feb. 4 at 8:45 p.m.
Live performances will be igniting stages across Los Angeles this winter.
This season, audiences can escape the blistering season and enter a sultry musical journey.
This post was updated Jan. 23 at 7:38 p.m.
Winter reads will undoubtedly warm bookworms’ hearts.
As temperatures fall, excitement for new books rises. From thrilling heists to touching romance, this season brings a blizzard of enthralling stories that will sweep bibliophiles off their feet.
This post was updated Jan. 21 at 8:03 p.m.
Mirrorballs and metaphors mark this season’s music scene.
With the advent of a new year comes the time for reflection and renovation.
This post was updated Nov. 2 at 7:15 p.m.
In “Enamorado,” alumnus Eduardo Salas explores the innocence and bittersweet heartaches of queer love.
This year, “Enamorado” premiered at the Outfest Fusion Film Festival in Los Angeles and went on to win the Best Long-Format Short Film category at the LA LGBTQ+ Film Festival.
This post was updated Oct. 22 at 7:42 p.m.
Joshua Dittrich’s parents might stitch people up, but he keeps people in stitches.
The son of doctors from Boise, Idaho, and a fourth-year communication student said he was first inspired to pursue comedy when watching “Saturday Night Live” as a teenager.
Angel Blue is returning to UCLA to help opera students hit the high note.
The Grammy Award-winning opera singer and alumnus will be performing at Schoenberg Hall on Monday, accompanied by pianist Bryan Wagorn of the Metropolitan Opera.
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