The smell of El Mercadito de Los Angeles is like a sonorous crescendo in a symphony.
“IGOR” takes listeners on a genre-bending journey, one with a narrative completely different from the artist’s previous projects.
Last month, The Criterion Collection — a company that, according to its mission statement, is “dedicated to publishing important classic and contemporary films” — launched its own streaming service. Head over to the Criterion Channel, and you’re greeted with the words “A Movie Lover’s Dream” emblazoned on a beautiful, indigo-filtered snapshot of Kirsten Dunst in […]
As podcasts have grown in popularity, they have also provided a new marketing opportunity for tech companies and international megabrands to create audio content that will draw even more people to their products. But while Facebook’s “Three and a Half Degrees” or McDonalds’ “The Sauce” might seem like little more than extended advertisements, some brands […]
The Daily Trojan spoke with actor, musician and student Zachary Barack on pursuing one’s passions and broadening one’s horizons.
These four podcasts take deep dives into your favorite artists, introduce you to new music you’ll enjoy and provide insight into the music industry.
This past semester, I had the opportunity to interview the most amazing black entrepreneurs.
Fike has built a strong and devoted fan base almost overnight.
As my time as a USC student and Daily Trojan columnist comes to an end, perhaps it’s why I’ve been dreading writing the ending to my own story, my final column.
Where would we literally be without film’s ability to transport us places we would never go and insert us into times we never experienced?