In this episode of ‘Reel Talk,’ Daily Cal Arts & Entertainment editors Anagha Komaragiri, Areyon Jolivette and Grace Orriss make predictions for the 2019 Emmy Awards. Questions addressed include: Does ‘SNL’ deserve to win an Emmy this year? Is ‘Fleabag’ worth the media hype? Is ‘Ozark’ a show for dads?
Learn about the arts and entertainment department from the editor, Anagha! Applications are open until September 13.
American indie pop trio LANY performed at The Masonic on June 15, wrapping up the second of two nights in San Francisco and ending an 100-date tour.
Meet Julie Lim and learn about her column, “Doors of Perception.”
But despite all of my efforts to become a person of traditional value, alongside my power-hungry ambitions grew a more genuine but equally powerful gravity toward the arts.
Get a behind the scenes look at BareStage Productions latest play, Dog Sees God!
Get to know Areyon Jolivette, the arts and entertainment columnist for Spring 2019, with a one-on-one interview!
And the award goes to… Anagha, Maisey and Jackson! Listen as this trifecta from the Daily Cal’s arts and entertainment department talk predictions, hopes and critiques surrounding the 2019 Oscars award show.
Kuchar is a musician, an educator, a performer and a member of the Jewish community — a background shared with Troye Sivan. “He’s another Jewish kid from Australia, and he has a lot of ties particularly to the Jewish community that I grew up in,” Kuchar says.
Arts and Entertainment Editor Olivia Jerram talks why you should join the Daily Californian’s Arts & Entertainment department!