Category Archives: Art

Lisa Derrick Fine Arts, Chinatown’s Newest Gallery Gem, is Not Burning at the Stake Anytime Soon

Lisa Derrick Fine Arts is a recently-opened gallery on Chung King Road in Chinatown which has been drawing large crowds since opening with its first exhibit “ALLEGORY AND CYPHER” last January. Lisa Derrick, proprietor and curator, is a well-known presence in … Continue reading

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Things we Loved this Week 4/26/19

Day Goth at Akbar On every second Sunday of the month you can walk into Silver Lake’s Akbar to spend a relaxing afternoon, have a dee-lish cocktail or two, and enjoy the moody tunes of Day Goth, a monthly afternoon … Continue reading

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Things we Loved this Week 4/19/19

Killing Eve I am only a few episodes in to the first season, but I am loving this series on HULU. The second season is already streaming on BBC America. I have grown tired of watching women get victimized by … Continue reading

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Nude Art LA’s Spring Event: What Did that Look Like?!

Nude Art LA opened in its new location at The Cooper Design Space after its initial run at Art Share LA in September of last year. There was a VIP opening night followed by two more Nude experiences, both offered … Continue reading

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LA Times Book Festival is Happening NOW! Recommendations for Sunday

Since 1996 The LA Times Book Festival has presented readings by esteemed authors, informational panels, interviews and performances featuring every genre of literature imaginable. This year also features the return of Newstory, which highlights storytelling “beyond the book.” This event category … Continue reading

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VAROOOM! Inside the Auto-Didactic: The Juxtapoz School Exhibit at the Peterson

When we arrived at the Petersen Automotive Museum, it was raining cats and dogs, but I was excited because we were meeting with artist, musician, and writer Anthony Ausgang. The museum is filled with amazing automobiles. There are three floors of … Continue reading

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LA Through a Cracked Lens: Remembering Nipsey Hussle

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Pacific Opera Project Presents Madama Butterfly in Little Tokyo

On Saturday, April 6th, and continuing with two more performances the next weekend, Pacific Opera Project will present a new production of Puccini’s beloved opera Madama Butterfly at the Artani Theatre in Little Tokyo. Originally written and traditionally sung in Italian, POP … Continue reading

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Jimmy Pesto of Jimmy Pesto’s Pizzeria Attacked the Set of Bob’s Burgers for April Fool’s Day

Today it was discovered by employees of Bob’s Burgers that the troublemaking Jimmy Pesto “redecorated” their lunchroom with Italian flags and insults. Please follow and like us:

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Yoko Ono Celebrates her Golden Wedding Anniversary with a Reissue of “The Wedding Album.”

Yesterday, the 22nd of March, Yoko Ono released a special reissue of Wedding Album with Chimera Music and Secretly Canadian to mark the 50th anniversary of her wedding to John Lennon. On March 20, 1969, John and Yoko were married … Continue reading

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