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Mac Miller’s ‘Circles’ Is The Perfect Ending To A Discography Full Of Growth And Heartbreak

“Well, this is what it looks like right before you fall” are the first words seeped out of Mac Miller’s mouth on the opening track of his sixth studio album “Circles,” as it perfectly sets the theme for the rest of the album.

The Stolen Truth of NikkieTutorials

The beauty blogger came out to her 13 Million “Glow Babies” as a transgender woman who fully transitioned while growing her following on YouTube over the last 11 years.

UCI Drama’s Relevant Take On “Company”

Taking their audience back to the bright and groovy days of the 1970s, the Claire Trevor School of the Arts’ Drama Department kicked off their 2019-2020 season on Sunday, Nov. 17 at the Irvine Barclay Theater with a lively production of “Company,” directed by Eli Simon.

An Evening With David Henry Hwang

Students and faculty members gathered and filled the Crystal Cove Auditorium to enjoy a night of paying homage to the timeless Asian American playwright on Nov. 14.

King Princess Delivers A Powerful Message Of Acceptance With Her New Album ‘Cheap Queen’

King Princess is undoubtedly a force to be reckoned with in the music industry and a powerful icon for the queer community. Her latest album “Cheap Queen” has demonstrated not only her unique voice, but also her complete mastery over music production.

“The King”: Paradoxically Stale But Engaging

“The King” manages to be a film that is uninspired while also being engaging, creating a film that is decent at best.

“The Laundromat” Is A Bizarre Interpretation Of Corruption

“The Laundromat” is a biographical adaptation of the Panama Papers incident that occurred in 2015 that teaches viewers about the different branches of money laundering.

Ali Wong Gets Up Close And Personal In ‘Dear Girls’

Wong’s distinctly unfiltered voice continues to add a necessary perspective as one of the loudest and boldest Asian American female presences in today’s cultural zeitgeist. As expected, her book will entertain dedicated followers and new fans alike.

88rising’s “Head in the Clouds II” Album Review

A celebration of youth and diversity, “Head in the Clouds II” showcases the exemplary talents of 88rising, bringing positive Asian representation into pop culture.

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