In fact, a story about a young boy’s journey through conversion therapy, it’s rightfully and painfully somber.
In addition to the high-energy techno beats inspired by Latin and hip-hop music, a portion of the choreography was set to Vallenato music, a popular genre of Colombian folk music where the plaintive, mournful crooning of one of the dancers was accompanied by djembes, a West African goblet drum, and maracas.
Documentaries have a two-fold function — to provide information and to keep their audiences engaged. Abby Epstein’s “Weed the People” fulfills both of these requirements.
Gearing up to release its third album, Slow Hollows played a variety of tunes from its discography.
Jonah Hill’s directorial debut is a subtle, powerful coming-of-age tale.
Indie pop band Mini Mansions opened the evening with stunning renditions of its ’80s rock-inspired songs to a sparse audience.
“Maniac” has an undeniably attractive premise: two interesting characters stuck in a dangerous drug-trial gone wrong. Yet, the fairly simple idea goes awry once it opens in scope and becomes imbalanced.
USC students who have been eagerly anticipating the addition of a ramen shop to USC Village might find themselves disappointed by Ramen KenJo’s fast-food style noodles priced at restaurant rates.
Previously housed in Palm Springs, Joshua Tree and Mecca, the seventh installment of the alt-rock music festival featured headliners Tame Impala and My Bloody Valentine.
The play — performed entirely by SDA seniors — is about a quaint diner, its neighborly inhabitants, a couple of tourists and the unstable war veteran who takes them hostage.