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The category is: cultural authenticity.
HBO Max’s “Legendary,” which premiered its final episode July 2, is a competitive ballroom show where different groups called “houses” go head-to-head in themed categories.
Mindful awareness meditation sessions at the Hammer Museum are like an oasis in the middle of the busy city.
In partnership with UCLA’s Mindful Awareness Research Center, the Hammer Museum currently offers weekly meditation sessions to the general public at no cost.
“It’s bigger than black and white, it’s a problem with the whole way of life.”
The lyric comes from rapper Lil Baby’s recent single “The Bigger Picture,” a protest anthem and social commentary track speaking against police brutality and racial injustice.
Emily Teng hopes that “Little By Little By Little,” she can get her audience through each day with empathy and compassion.
While a majority of the country has been social distancing for the better part of three months, mental health has only been a small part of the global conversation on the effects of quarantine.
As students are being released from their academic demands, artists are also gearing up to release several new albums set to hit airwaves this season. So while switching out closets with fresh summer clothes, it’s also the perfect time to trade in pop hits from the spring – like Lady Gaga’s “Chromatica” – for some sunny new tracks.
The Haim sisters are no strangers to bearing their deepest feelings to the backdrop of lush guitars, throbbing bass and rumbling drums.
But the evident maturation of their nostalgic ’70s pop-rock sound – along with some simply incredible vocal moments and reflective lyrics throughout – makes “Women in Music Pt.
UCLA’s inaugural design panel series is bringing industry insights straight to one’s computer.
As a new extension of the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television’s annual national entertainment design showcase, the first of the three-part panel series, UCLA Design Showcase West Salons, was released last Saturday.
Hollywood has helped craft a particular cultural image of the police – just, diligent and trustworthy – but it’s overdue for a rewrite.
The recent Black Lives Matter protests have brought about a necessary reckoning with institutional racism and policing in every corner of our culture.
The “Global Jazz: Ongoing Conversations” summer intensive is taking tactile education and musical performance online.
The weeklong program for high school students, which begins Monday, will be taught online by graduates of UCLA’s Herbie Hancock Institute of Jazz Performance as well as campus faculty.
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