Wednesday, April 8


‘Blue’ star proves redhot as troubled detective

‘Blue’ star proves redhot as troubled detective Kim Delaney reads back the record of her journey from soaps to police drama By Frazier Moore The Associated Press NEW YORK — Kim Delaney, who plays Detective Diane Russell (and Jimmy Smits’ snookums) on "NYPD Blue," almost chose a different role in life: court reporter. Read more...


Thermonuclear Disaster!

Thermonuclear Disaster! By Michael Horowitz Daily Bruin Senior Staff It used to be cool to be a John Woo fan. Even if you jumped on the bandwagon after seeing "The Killer" or "Hard-Boiled" at a midnight movie, you could still champion the Hong Kong action-master who shot shoot-em-ups like ballets and painted stories of honor and redemption with broad and energetic strokes. Read more...



An invitation to think

An invitation to think The new Kerckhoff Art Gallery exhibit ‘this is not an invitation to rape me’ uses thought-provoking images to challenge society’s definitions of rape By Rodney Tanaka Daily Bruin Staff Her hands caress her thighs. Read more...


Young thespians launch Creative Outlet Theater

Young thespians launch Creative Outlet Theater Chad Allen, Heather Tom found novice company, star in group’s premiere production ‘Biloxi Blues’ By Jennifer Richmond Daily Bruin Senior Staff They just got together to do a read-through of Neil Simon’s "Biloxi Blues." But once they realized how much fun they were having and how great it sounded, the group of young actors decided to create their own theater company specifically for young adults. Read more...


The most ‘beautiful girl’ in the world

The most ‘beautiful girl’ in the world ‘Beautiful Girls,’ showing at Ackerman Grand Ballroom tonight, stars a young actress whose professionalism and skill belie her age By Lael Loewenstein Daily Bruin Staff Natalie Portman may be just 14, but don’t let her age fool you. Read more...