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May 18, 2022 8:00 a.m.
Art exhibit review: Heart of Los Angeles centers community in design of new arts and recreation center

With doors that allow the facility to be open to the air, Heart of Los Angeles’ Arts & Recreation Center aims to provide resources to underserved communities and youth. (Kyle Kotanchek/Daily Bruin)

This post was updated April 18 at 11:44 p.m.
The Heart of Los Angeles beats from a brand new building.
HOLA Chief Executive Officer Tony Brown led a tour of the new Arts & Recreation Center on Saturday alongside architect Richard Berliner as part of the LA chapter of the American Institute of Architects’ “Arch Tour Fest” of 14 new projects constructed in LA.

By David Egan


May 6, 2022 8:22 p.m.
Cinematic Culture: Musicals offer escapism, insight into characters’ inner worlds

From lighthearted rom-coms to blood-curdling horror flicks, movies tend to follow a formula for storytelling made successful by the predecessors of their genres. Given the recurring character and narrative archetypes that characterize each genre, people have come to know and identify with these tropes by relating them to their own lives.

By Alexis Jones

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