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Author Archives: Brian Michaels
Last Friday, more than 200 surfers from the Los Angeles area joined others around the world as they took part in a hallowed surfing ritual with its roots in Hawaii. Participants circled their surfboards and held hands alongside the Santa … Continue reading
Photographer Brian Michaels shot these images at the Black Lives Matter protests in Santa Monica on Friday, June 5.
Photographer Brian Michaels took these images in Downtown LA, the Westside and Van Nuys during the protests against police brutality on Sunday, May 31 and Monday, June 1, 2020.
Vermont Senator and apparent presidential front-runner Bernie Sanders greeted his supporters on Sunday at the LA Convention Center for a pre-Super Tuesday Rally, alongside Chuck D and Public Enemy Radio, Sara Silverman and Dick Van Dyke. Brian Michaels offers these … Continue reading
Every day people have gathered at the Staples Center to pay tribute to Kobe and Gianna Bryant as the city grieves. View the photo gallery after the jump.
The lair of the original “Hollywood Vampires” lay at the top of the stairs of the Sunset Strip’s venerable Rainbow Room, in a loft where a plaque is bolted to the wall identifying those legendary rock stars, many of whom … Continue reading
A blisteringly hot and sticky Sunday in Venice Beach brought out thousands for the 31st annual Abbot Kinney Fest along the mile long stretch of boutiques and eateries along the now gentrified, some would call hip, boulevard of the same … Continue reading
It’s that time of year again in Los Angeles. Oscar season is upon us and it’s time to get our prognostications out just in the nick of time. This is shaping up to be one of the most difficult Oscars … Continue reading
Historic surf sets hit the Southern California coast this week as the result of Hurricanes in the Pacific. Waves of 10-12 feet hit the Malibu Coast which drew epic crowds to see some of our best local surfers. World famous … Continue reading
With a little more than a day away from the Academy Awards Ceremony and having now finally seen the last of each and every film nominated, with the exception of the 3 short documentaries Itunes couldn’t manage to release, here … Continue reading