Thursday, February 27

Restaurant review: Tacos 1986 spices up Westwood food scene with vibrant, authentic Mexican flavors

Taocs 1986, which has a number of Los Angeles locations, recently opened a new shop in Westwood. While the restaurant lacks seating, the shop utilizes bright colors and vintage looks to draw customers in. (Courtney Quirmbach/Daily Bruin)

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It’s 3:30 p.m. on a Friday, yet every inch of Tacos 1986 is packed. The line stretches down the sidewalk, with customers inhaling faint scents of chili and lime as they await their turn.




Interactive audio tour through campus aims to create community

Marike Splint’s familial history of immigration inspired her to explore the connection between humans and the communities they inhabit. The assistant professor at the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television examines this relationship in her audio-theater experience “Among Us – UCLA,” which will be presented by the Center for the Art of Performance at UCLA starting Saturday. Read more...


The Lab Behind the Lens

Several UCLA professors have worked behind the scenes of film and television’s largest franchises, assisting filmmakers in bringing real science to the screen. And while there is bound to be some disagreement between a script and the science that inspired it, read more to see how filmmakers and technical advisors marry the two in hopes of creating entertaining – yet accurate – stories. Read more...





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