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Tracking COVID-19 at UCLA
Liz Schneider

Arts: In Focus

March 4, 2014 12:00 a.m.

BarbecueLA: India’s Tandoori

The Saturday afternoon quiet of Brentwood’s Tandoori Grill was punctuated only by the emergence of stone slabs – laden with sizzling, steaming piles of meat – through the kitchen doors. Such dramatic presentation is inevitable with a traditional tandoor, kept at a temperature upwards of 900 degrees by a charcoal or wood fire within the oven itself. Given the high-intensity cooking method, food can easily be overcooked but, when done correctly, yields the kind of flavorful, tender meats offered by Tandoori Grill.

By Lexy Atmore and Liz Schneider

Daily Bruin: In Focus

Feb. 23, 2014 5:49 p.m.

Week in Photos: Feb. 16-22

By Miriam Bribiesca, Gabrielle Cabalza, Joseph Chan, Brandon Choe, Kelsey Kong, Katie Meyers, Erin Ng, Liz Schneider, and Austin Yu

Arts: In Focus

Feb. 3, 2014 4:11 p.m.

BarbecueLA: Moodaepo II

It only took a moment to realize why my first experience with Korean barbecue held such an air of déjà vu. The cavernous, dimly lit room of Moodapo II – filled with pulsing dance music, videos and Friday-night revelers – felt less like an old-school restaurant and more like a Las Vegas club. I’ve been told this flashy style is far from standard in the Korean barbecue world, but the festive atmosphere of this Koreatown staple served only to enhance the indulgent nature of the feast.

By Brandon Choe and Liz Schneider


May 6, 2013 12:58 a.m.

UCLA sand volleyball player named All-American

After the sand volleyball national championships, it was an off-the-sand moment that best encapsulated the Bruins’ inaugural season.

By Liz Schneider

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