A clerk at the Green Bazaar in Almaty, Kazakhstan asked Brenda Tinoco-Bravo what the weather was like in Los Angeles. Tinoco-Bravo quickly replied “80 degrees” in her intermediate Russian and watched the clerk’s eyebrows go up.
When Chelsea Fagan came back from her Miami vacation in the spring of 2015, her Instagram account was replete with pictures of exotic food and views of the beaches of Florida, but her bank account was very low.
Dinosaurs watch the famous asteroid that supposedly ended their reign on the planet, passing by Earth in the opening scene of “The Good Dinosaur.”
The events of the new Pixar Animation Studios film take place in a world where dinosaurs never went extinct, evolving alongside humans into hunters-gatherers and shepherds.
With over 5,000 film festivals around the world, filmmakers must bring a strong and clear voice to their movies in order to stand out, said Kathleen McInnis, a professor at the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television.
Vienna Celeste Urias said proper and poised women sipping tea in the garden are what most people automatically imagine when they hear the word “lady-like.”
The fourth-year English student wants to crush these stereotypes about women in her online blog Lady Like Mag.
Strawberry season in California brings many tasty things: strawberry pies, strawberry jams, even strawberry beer and strawberry caviar – delicacies presented at the annual California Strawberry Festival in Oxnard.
“The Ocean of Helena Lee”
Directed by Jim Akin and Maria Mckee
If director Jim Akin intended for his movie, “The Ocean of Helena Lee,” to be an unoriginal and dull parody of Luc Besson’s 1994 drama “Léon: The Professional,” he most certainly succeeded.
Writers Justin Torres and Fred D’Aguiar read excerpts from their novels at UCLA in February, part of the hiring process searching for a new creative writing professor in the English department.
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