My first Daily Bruin article never made it off the cutting room floor.
After being hired as a part of PRIME magazine’s first intern class, I poured my heart into writing a rather subpar story about UCLA’s Korean American Student Association Dance Off.
This post was updated July 4 at 9:52 p.m.
Television screens are blazing hotter than ever this summer.
Along with the heat waves, this summer’s TV selections will leave audiences anything but cool.
This post was updated June 29 at 7:43 p.m.
Musicians are bringing the heat with vibrant summer releases.
While some artists are offering intimate interpretations of past experiences – such as bringing new life to heartbreak – others have their eyes set on the future with more upbeat anthems.
Taking inspiration from the season’s plants, new music is sprouting up.
Spring marks a changing period of life, where the old and familiar is regenerated by the warmer weather and sunnier skies.
New releases are brightening up the sonic landscape this spring.
Alongside the birds, musicians are raising their voices and putting forth their newest projects into the world.
Reinventing the formulaic rom-com with a sci-fi spin, HBO Max’s latest flick shoots for the moon but ends up lost in space.
Set in the year 2049, “Moonshot” transports viewers to a dystopian future where Earth resembles a landfill and Mars has been terraformed.
This post was updated March 30 at 10:27 p.m.
The Grammys set music’s pace, no matter the season.
Full of shine, rhythm and soul, the front-runners of the 2022 Grammy Awards have taken center stage in fans’ playlists for the past year.
This post was updated March 27 at 10:08 a.m.
A grand night of celebration awaits this year’s Oscar nominees.
Hollywood’s most anticipated ceremony is just around the corner, and filmmakers from around the world are ready to take home their Oscars’ gold.
This post was updated Feb. 23 at 10:05 p.m.
South LA Cafe is serving up coffee, community and connection.
A Black-owned, woman-owned and family-owned business, the cafe doubles as a market and cultural hub for the South Central Los Angeles community.
Music is known to soothe the soul, but it can also invigorate it – especially in the more stagnant cold months. Artists are lighting a fire with recent releases, powerful choreography and victorious world tours this winter, and they have no intention of turning down the heat.
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