Tag Archives: Chinatown
Gathering of the Faithful: In Search of Goddesses and Gods at Lisa Derrick Fine Arts and Coagula Curatorial
The large two-gallery exhibit Goddesses and Gods, opened last Saturday night at Lisa Derrick Fine Arts and Coagula Curatorial on Chung King Road in Chinatown. Guests were invited to dress in costume as their favorite goddess or god…and a few were up … Continue reading
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
“chase the pearl, chase the pearl!” it was a good time at the golden dragon parade in chinatown this afternoon to celebrate the lunar new year, year of the pig – way to go, castelar, much respect! photo by mike … Continue reading
The Chinese Lunar New Year in LA has always been a no-brainer. Just head on over to Chinatown for their annual Golden Dragon Parade and festival. But this year it seems like everybody is trying to horn in on the … Continue reading
A citywide participation in a “City of Gold” tribute to Jonathan Gold took place on Saturday, July 28, 2018. Various government, art, entertainment, and other landmark buildings splashed their walls and fountains or gilded their crowns with gold light in honor … Continue reading
It was a beautiful day in Los Angeles and here are some mod the sights and sounds of the Parade. After we went to visit the sights Hong Kong and Madame Wongs. LA WEEKLY had a beer garden. We tossed … Continue reading
This past Sunday the Grand Star Jazz Club in Chinatown held the “Save the Music 14” fundraising event to assist Castelar Elementary School’s music program stay afloat.
it was a good time at the 117th golden dragon parade in chinatown yesterday in celebration of the lunar new year, this being the year of the monkey.
last saturday afternoon was the 116th edition of the golden dragon parade in l.a.’s chinatown to celebrate the lunar new year which is either this time the year of the sheep or goat or ram or whatever – I think … Continue reading