Saturday, December 2, 2023


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Coheed and Cambria: Complex Rock

Rewriting the Bible with a sci-fi twist has never been so melodic. The beams that bind the planets together are falling apart and our hero Coheed mus

‘Nothing So Strange’ At UC Irvine

Imagine sitting in Los Angeles' MacArthur Park on December 2, 1999 and witnessing the assassination of quite possibly the richest man in the world. He

Opeth: Swedish for Death Metal

What's it called when death metal meets acoustic guitars? Opeth. Swedish death metal rockers Opeth have been around for well over a decade. Known for

The Pale: Touring Rockers With Day Jobs

Four average guys from Bellingham, Wash. are not just kicking off their first national tour in 2004. They're also holding down their day jobs.

‘La Boheme’ at the Ahmanson Theatre

There is no better example of modern contemporary opera than Baz Luhrmann's production of Giacomo Puccini's La Boheme at the Ahmanson Theatre in Los A

We Want a Date With Hamilton

From those who have gone to the movies to watch their favorite stars and envision what it would be like to spend one spectacular evening with the like

Kutcher’s Performance is ‘The Butterfly Effect’

If a butterfly beats its wings in New York, it can inadvertently cause a hurricane off the coast of Japan

In ‘The Cooler’ Macy Makes Un-cool Cool

William H. Macy has acted in plenty of 'loser' roles under his belt (i.e. 'Fargo', 'Magnolia'). In the recent film, 'The Cooler,' Macy plays a charact

Girl Down

Do you remember Tootsie Pops? How it's hard outside and then, right when you get to the middle, you hit the soft and sweet inside?

The Lord of the Rings: Return of The Kings

With the 76th Annual Academy Awards next month, Oscar talk is on the tongues of Hobbits, Elves and Dwarves alike. 'The Return of the King,' the third

ReadyMade is This Week’s Ready-to-Read

Thanks to Urban Outfitters and plenty of spare time, one of my roommates learned to knit and is nearly finished with a pink-and-goldenrod scarf.

‘Tokyo Godfathers’: Peace for the Homeless

In our minds, we have a conception of what it means to be homeless. But often the static attitudes that make up the conception go unexplored, and in d




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