The University of La Verne Theatre Department is hosting a comedic tale of magic, love, jealousy and revenge in “The King Stag.”
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During International Week, a section of Davenport Dining Hall was transformed into an African mini-conference and festival.
The room is dark and quiet. A trumpet sounds backstage, belting out the sweet, lasting notes often found in jazz music.
“Welcome to the desert,” the Temple Bar announcer said. Five men walked onstage carrying their instruments: three electric guitars, one bass and a hand drum.
Knowledge is power. That was the core message Eric Schlosser expressed when he spoke to University of La Verne students, faculty and staff Monday in Founders Auditorium.
The University of La Verne’s Wilson Library hosted the opening of the “Then and Now: ULV Connections to Cambodia and Vietnam” exhibit on Oct. 20 from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Last weekend the latest in art, music and fashion were presented in Pasadena for free. That’s right, free.
Cirque du Soleil has a new show in Los Angeles in its family of circus-meets-art extravaganzas with “Corteo.”
A film that tackles everything from revolution and drug exploration to enlightenment? “Across the Universe” is not your grandparent’s musical.
The University of La Verne College of Law in Ontario began a collaboration in spring 2007 with the Los Angeles-based Disability Rights Legal Center to provide free service to the Inland Empire.