Monday, December 16

(Courtesy of Columbia Records)
(Courtesy of Columbia Records)

German singer Kim Petras continued her “The Clarity Tour” at the Shrine Auditorium & Expo Hall on Wednesday night. The singer began her show, which was split into five sections, illuminated by a bright white light. (Lauren Man/Daily Bruin)
German singer Kim Petras continued her “The Clarity Tour” at the Shrine Auditorium & Expo Hall on Wednesday night. The singer began her show, which was split into five sections, illuminated by a bright white light. (Lauren Man/Daily Bruin)

(Emily Dembinski/Daily Bruin)
(Emily Dembinski/Daily Bruin)

Shelby Montelongo has repeatedly visited the Salton Sea with her brother Ian Montelongo multiple times since their first trip for Shelby Montelongo’s birthday in 2014. While there, they each created their own art, which they have collected into the gallery “Hairline Fracture,” which will be on display at Upside Down cafe on Saturday. (Ashley Kenney/Daily Bruin)
Shelby Montelongo has repeatedly visited the Salton Sea with her brother Ian Montelongo multiple times since their first trip for Shelby Montelongo’s birthday in 2014. While there, they each created their own art, which they have collected into the gallery “Hairline Fracture,” which will be on display at Upside Down cafe on Saturday. (Ashley Kenney/Daily Bruin)

German singer Kim Petras will continue her "The Clarity Tour" at Shrine Expo Hall on Wednesday Night. She said in honor of Halloween, she will perform a spookier version of her show. (Courtesy of Clare Gillen and Alexandre Moors)
German singer Kim Petras will continue her "The Clarity Tour" at Shrine Expo Hall on Wednesday Night. She said in honor of Halloween, she will perform a spookier version of her show. (Courtesy of Clare Gillen and Alexandre Moors)

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Second Take: ‘Looking for Alaska’ Hulu series fails to find fleshed out female protagonist

Alaska Young might be a hurricane, but “Looking For Alaska” is barely even a sprinkle. Based on John Green’s novel of the same name, Hulu’s latest original series follows Miles “Pudge” Halter as he transfers to Culver Creek Preparatory High School in order to seek “a great perhaps.” Upon arrival, he is swept up in the school’s social chaos and quickly turns to the guidance of his new friends the Colonel, Takumi and Alaska Young. Read more...

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Max Hooper Schneider’s exhibit "Hammer Projects: Max Hooper Schneider," will be on display at the Hammer Museum through February. Schneider said the project uses materials he collected over time to fill the space. (Kanishka Mehra/Assistant Photo editor)
Max Hooper Schneider’s exhibit "Hammer Projects: Max Hooper Schneider," will be on display at the Hammer Museum through February. Schneider said the project uses materials he collected over time to fill the space. (Kanishka Mehra/Assistant Photo editor)


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