Sunday, March 26, 2017

Q&A: James W. Ziskin

James Ziskin wasn’t always an award-nominated suspense novelist whose Ellie Stone series has been optioned for a TV show — he spent a large portion of his life studying language: First he was a...

Chatty Birds: Q&A w/ Maya Rudolph & Josh Gad

Long gone are the glory days of the friendly neighborhood pigeon. We now live in the age of the red bird, blue bird and boomerang bird — the Angry Birds. Once an unavoidable mobile...

“Everybody Wants Some!!” Answers

Time has always been a factor that permeates Richard Linklater’s filmography, both as a major theme and as a filmmaking technique. The latter has rocketed him to critical success, with “Boyhood” and his “Before”...

Q&A: XYLØ

Paige and Chase Duddy have left behind the niche of creating instrumental tracks for brand videos to combine forces in a catchy and emotional debut EP: “America.” While the brother-sister duo caught online ears...

Q&A: Julien Baker

Guardian: Tell me about Memphis. What’s the music scene like there and how has it influenced you?   Julien Baker: Well the music scene is very tight-knit, but not tight-knit in a way that would...

Oh Wonder Feature

After their mellow tone caught the ears of online listeners, the London based songwriting duo finds themselves launched onto an extensive U.S. tour. Having just kicked off their North American tour with a sold out...

Q&A: City and Colour

Dallas Green of City & Colour answers the UCSD Guardian’s questions before heading back on tour with a new album and a different bluesy-alternative sound. Guardian: “If I Should Go Before You” opens with “Woman.”...

Daughters of Cinema

“Hope has two beautiful daughters; their names are Anger and Courage. Anger at the way things are, and Courage to see that they do not remain as they are.” -St. Augustine Saoirse Ronan: “Brooklyn” From young-adult novel...

Q&A: Steven Spielberg

Spielberg explains why his new Cold War drama “Bridge of Spies” is relevant today and how being a father gives him the desire to revisit history. Jacky To, UCSD Guardian: What was the most challenging...

Q&A: Mark Emerson from “The Phantom of the Opera”

As an actor in “The Phantom of the Opera,” UCSD alumnus Mark Emerson introduces his view on the spectacular new production of the ever-popular Broadway classic that is currently touring across North America. The...

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