Healy is truly in his element.
Named after the chemical element, the artist’s sophomore album “Tungsten” gives him space to explore themes of time, life and death.
No winter wonderland is complete without a soundtrack. While fall quarter was marked with releases from pop powerhouses like Ariana Grande and rakish rock stars like Miley Cyrus, winter hints at a flurry of new records.
Westwood’s newest Italian eatery has pasta fit for a king – and served by a prince.
After a few delays, Prince of Venice finally opened its first brick-and-mortar location on Broxton Avenue on Nov.
Nick the Greek might as well be called Nick the Great.
Westwood’s newest addition, Nick the Greek, opened its doors Oct. 8. Originally based in San Jose, the establishment made a strategic expansion to Kinross Avenue – an ideal setting for a modern restaurant catering to young Bruin customers.
This post was updated Oct. 11 at 7:21 p.m.
As the days become shorter, temperatures drop and leaves begin to fall, authors from all backgrounds are gearing up to release new works.
Spooky season is bringing some new music with it – but hopefully without the scares. While summer was marked with hip-hop hits like Juice WRLD’s “Legends Never Die” and Logic’s “No Pressure,” autumn signals a rise of fresh rock and pop tracks.
Warning: spoilers ahead.
The imbalances and imperfections of teenage limbo echo through all aspects of “Chemical Hearts.”
Starring Lili Reinhart and Austin Abrams, the film releases Aug.
Logic’s retirement album empowers him to leave the rap game with “No Pressure.”
Released Friday, the rapper’s sixth and final studio album exudes self-confidence as he follows his previous works’ themes of positivity surrounding his career and personal life.
The fight isn’t over.
Content creators are among the millions who have turned to social media as an outlet for activism in the wake of a new normal following the acceleration of the Black Lives Matter movement.
A journal entry on young love and spontaneity, Quinn XCII’s “A Letter to My Younger Self” successfully takes risks to develop a robust soundscape.
Playing on his established pop, hip-hop, electronic and soul roots, Quinn XCII weaves in power ballads and rhythmic rap verses in his thematically cohesive third studio album.
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