Flickering fireflies and tinkling ice cream trucks signal summer’s long-awaited arrival – and with the season comes a collection of rising artists who are bringing the summer heat.
John Legend is living up to his last name in his newest release, “Bigger Love.”
In his seventh studio album, the artist maintains his trademark piano-driven pop and soul instrumentals while evolving lyrically to reflect his growing relationships.
Lady Gaga transports all of her little monsters to the land of “Chromatica” in her long-awaited sixth studio album.
Returning to her electro-pop roots, Lady Gaga’s unapologetic lyrics and nostalgic disco beats make “Chromatica” the ultimate summer dance party soundtrack.
Returning performer Daniel Kohanbash rides solo to the Spring Sing stage.
After winning Spring Sing’s top prize last year with the a cappella group Bruin Harmony, the second-year musical theater student will return to the stage as a solo act to perform his original song, “Funky Middle.” Kohanbash said his love for singing began when he was 6 years old when he would play Frank Sinatra songs on his keyboard.
Time might not exist in quarantine, but Alfred’s iced vanilla latte does.
Alfred, a local coffee shop with 10 locations across Los Angeles, has reopened its doors for contactless pick-up and created a delivery subscription program for its coffee beans and matcha tea tins.
Online learning for dance students has not quite been en pointe.
The switch to virtual classes has left dance students searching for ideal spaces to move, relying on self-accountability to stay motivated, said third-year dance student Justin Gamboa.
Stimulus checks have begun to be given out, yet Ticketmaster refuses to refund its customers.
To avoid the spread of COVID-19, concerts across the nation have been either canceled or postponed, leaving ticket holders in a state of limbo.
The show must go on for the Shakespeare Company.
Adapting to Gov. Gavin Newsom’s “stay at home order,” the Shakespeare Company at UCLA will be rehearsing their spring productions remotely and releasing them online as radio plays.
As flowers begin to blossom and each day stretches on just a bit longer, spring signals a time to refresh – and while the earth rejuvenates, up-and-coming artists are ready to flourish, too.
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