Artist, performer and occultist Cameron (the only name she used) was a noted figure in LA’s Mid-century counterculture. A rare survey of her visionary mythic/surrealist work opens this month at MOCA Pacific Design Center.
Historian Nathan Masters’ coproduction with KCETLink, the USC Libraries and the LA as Subject research alliance is back for a second season. With each segment created by a local emerging filmmaker, these are not your father’s documentaries.
Of all the times for your creativity to take a hike, Halloween is the worst. Don’t freak: LA has a clown car full of places ready to spill out great ideas by the bucket. Here are some top costume shops ready to make you the hit of the haunt.
As the flames rage on, people in Southern California are looking for ways to help some 90,000 of our neighbors to the north who have lost their homes in what’s now being called the deadliest wildfire in state history.At John Aaroe Group, we are rallying behind our Pacific Union...
A recent informal test of three alternatives (including just driving) turned up some surprising answers. In short, it’s less about time saved than how you’d rather roll ... and how much you like enjoying the Chavez Ravine scenery.
It’s Boo at the Zoo, what else? Get your frightwear on and join the critters for a zoo full of spine-tingling adventures and spooktacular entertainment. The haunt happens every day in October, and there’s pumpkin carving on weekends.
Going too far for farm-fresh produce? Circle first Fridays on your calendar –Westfield Topanga now has a Night Market! Besides farm-fresh produce, eggs, and fresh flowers, there’s live music, fun for kids, even a free small dog valet (pre-registration).
You can hoist a stein anywhere – but only a few places deliver that true Biergarten experience. Here are ten places worth putting on your lederhosen for. Warning: one of them swaps out the pretzels for dumplings. Hey, we are in LA...
Right now, all of Southern California is one big fiesta of art exhibitions, musical performances and film screenings celebrating our links to Latin America. Many events in Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA are free, but you’re going to need this map.