This post was updated Oct. 1 at 10:38 p.m.
Bookworms will be raking in riveting reads this fall.
With sweater weather finally here, readers can snuggle up with their favorite blanket and a good book.
Tessa Violet is connecting with her fans when the curtain falls.
Singer-songwriter Tessa Violet rose to fame for her pop anthems “Crush” and “BAD BITCH” and the viral TikTok trend “YES MOM.” Following the recent release of her latest studio album “MY GOD!,” Violet will take the stage in Los Angeles at The Fonda Theatre on Wednesday as a part of her North American tour.
The Westwood Food Cooperative is urging students to grocery shop in their own backyards.
During the 2022-2023 academic year, the Westwood Food Co-op was reestablished and registered as an official club at UCLA after its founding members graduated in 2022.
This post was updated Aug. 20 at 5:22 p.m.
Alumni artists are driving audience members to act “Ahorita!”
The Artforum Critics’ Pick exhibit, comprised of 44 women and nonbinary artists in Los Angeles, opened in the Charlie James Gallery on July 8 and will be on display until Sept.
This post was updated July 16 at 7:08 p.m.
Despite her best efforts, Rita Ora unfortunately falls short of becoming “That Girl” with “You & I.”
In her electropop third studio album, Ora explores deep topics of self-discovery and love through her 12 club-worthy tracks.
This post was updated July 16 at 7:15 p.m.
It is time to find the perfect beach read.
Whether they’re soaking up some rays of sunshine or cooling off inside, bookworms will be far from bored this summer.
This season, musicians are catching rays and producing waves.
Now that summer has officially arrived following the solstice, shimmering sunlight is replacing the June gloom. From starlit, rock-infused ballads to folk songs by the hellfire, artists are bringing the lyrical heat this season.
This post was updated June 11 at 10:03 p.m.
Lea Chinn is bringing fictional characters to life one bead at a time.
The fourth-year biochemistry student started Magnolia Street Crafts, named after the street she was born on, in May 2022.
Dakota Dry is retuning her folk sound for Spring Sing.
Taking the Spring Sing stage for the first time, the third-year ethnomusicology student is leaving her acoustic guitar behind to launch her new single, “Minefield.” Dry said the original song, which has been continuously reworked since she started writing it in 2020, was initially a folk song with a pop-rock introduction.
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