(Emily Tang/Daily Bruin senior staff)
With eight haunted houses and three scare zones, Universal Studios Hollywood let ghouls, monsters and horror fanatics walk among each other in its annual Halloween Horror Nights event.
LA Pride and the Getty held a celebration to kick off LA Pride weekend on Wednesday, featuring a “Queering the Lens” discussion panel, art exhibits and dancing.
The new concert series launched its first weekend of shows at the Rose Bowl, featuring headlining acts by Steve Lacy, boygenius and LCD Soundsystem, along with three curated openers each day.
The United Khmer Students at UCLA hosted its 25th annual culture night May 28 in Schoenberg Hall, incorporating dance performances into the feature play, “Promise.”
After over almost 20 years since its inception, The National performed at a sold-out Greek Theatre. The band played songs from its new album, “The First Two Pages of Frankenstein,” as well as unreleased music.
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.
After getting its start in 1996, the LA Times Festival of Books is currently the nation’s largest literary event. The festival ran from April 22-23 and featured a wide range of literature for all readers.
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