It takes more than a little magic to bring a story to life.
Arriving more than two decades after the original film, Disney’s live-action remake of “Mulan” has been nominated for an Academy Award in the Best Visual Effects category.
Spring is the time for rejuvenation and growth – for both the earth and the music industry. As Bruins spend their time languidly basking in the sun, fresh-faced artists are waiting for a spot on their spring playlists.
Spring has sprung – and there are plenty of albums to come along too. The season for rejuvenation ushers in a variety of new music releases, from budding young artists to fully bloomed veterans.
Music’s biggest night is finally here.
After a two-month delay, the 63rd Annual Grammy Awards ceremony is premiering live Sunday. Though the ceremony will be held virtually this year, the new format can still foster fierce competition for the four coveted general field categories: Album of the Year, Record of the Year, Song of the Year and Best New Artist.
Lupita Infante is putting a modern spin on tradition.
The alumna is nominated for a Grammy Award in the best regional Mexican music album (including Tejano) category for her debut album, “La Serenata.” Though the awards will be held virtually on March14, Infante said it is an honor to be nominated in the same category as some of her musical idols.
This post was updated Feb. 15 at 7:58 p.m.
Nothing lasts forever – except, of course, gushy teenage romance.
Releasing Feb. 12 on Netflix, “To All the Boys: Always and Forever” manages to tie together the film series with a shiny bow, glimmering with both nostalgia and new beginnings.
As Bruins hunker down for winter quarter, they can start off the new year right with up-and-coming artists from all ends of the musical spectrum. Ranging from dance pop to indie folk, these shooting stars and their even shinier discographies are ascending quickly.
No winter wonderland is complete without a soundtrack. While fall quarter was marked with releases from pop powerhouses like Ariana Grande and rakish rock stars like Miley Cyrus, winter hints at a flurry of new records.
President-elect Joe Biden’s plans for higher education could make the University of California system more accessible for low-income students, students and faculty said.
Biden campaigned on eliminating tuition for households with an annual income of less than $125,000.
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