Janelle Monáe’s “The Age of Pleasure” tour came to a close last Wednesday. The Grammy-nominated and multi-talented artist filled the Youtube Theater as she performed songs from across her discography.
The Bruins’ stifling defense clamped down on the Cougars during Saturday afternoon’s 25-17 victory, dealing Washington State quarterback Cameron Ward his first two interceptions of the season and sacking him three times.
UCLA football (3-1, 0-1 Pac-12) is hosting No. 13 Washington State (4-0, 1-0) for its first home conference game of the season. Here are this week’s predictions from Sports editor Joseph Crosby, Sports staff writer Gavin Carlson and assistant Sports editor Cecilia Schmitz – as well as a guest prediction from former assistant Photo editor and current senior staffer Megan Cai.
Kicking off on Saturday in Pasadena, Head In The Clouds 2023 presented a wide range of Asian artists from XG to DPR IAN. The music and arts festival, hosted by 88rising, returned for the fifth consecutive year to Brookside at the Rose Bowl.
Daily Bruin Photo staffers reflect on their favorite memories from this year’s memory card.
UCLA’s annual talent show Spring Sing returned to the Los Angeles Tennis Center for its 78th iteration. The event featured 12 student acts that were judged by a celebrity panel that included actor Jeremy Renner and returning judge Merlyn Wood of BROCKHAMPTON.
The Pediatric AIDS Coalition hosted its annual 19-hour Dance Marathon fundraiser in Pauley Pavilion, its first full-scale version of the event since 2019. The event went from noon Saturday to 7 a.m.
Last fall, Tulsi Indian Eatery opened their third location at the time in Westwood Village. The restaurant focuses on delivering region-specific Indian food as well as Indian-fusion dishes at an affordable price.
Lot 3, a music collective composed of UCLA students, performed at the Troubadour on Friday for its largest headlining show. The band previously performed at Spring Sing last year and at other venues such as The Viper Room.
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