Category: EVENTS

Zedd in the Park Returns September 7! Are You Ready?

Zedd is blessing Los Angeles once again. Summer has gone by too fast, but good food and music is approaching for one of the final parties of the season. Zedd in the Park brings community, artistry and cuisine to one

I Love You, Splash House.

Photo courtesy of Splash House I have a confession to make. Every year, I forget about Splash House. I forget how fun it is, I forget the way it feels to be there. Then, suddenly, it pops up on my

Splash House is Coming!

My first foray into the Splash House experience was in 2014. I didn’t know much about the festival, or the concept in general. Was it a pool party? A hotel party? Was it a EDM festival with furry boots and

Adès, McGregor, and a Two-Night Royal Collaboration

Photography by Cheryl Mann. Closing out the 2018/2019 season for the Glorya Kaufman Presents Dance at The Music Center, the LA Phil has returned to the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion after moving their residency to The Music Center’s Walt Disney Concert

DTLA Welcomes Audacity of Sound this Saturday

This Saturday, Grand Performances presents their Audacity of Sound festival to the streets of Los Angeles, a wholly free outdoor affair with vendors, activities, and immersive and interactive performances. Audacity of Sound culminates community and culture in a multi-tiered fashion,

Ed Templeton Photographs the LA Pride Parade

Photographer, artist, and professional skateboarder Ed Templeton has made a career out of capturing young people on the fringe, hanging out, hooking up, and chilling out. In 2011, he released Teenage Kissers, a companion to the groundbreaking Teenage Smokers (2000), images from nearly 16 years

BROWN & OUT Returns to Boyle Heights Just in Time for Pride Month

After a hugely successful sold out run last year, CASA 0101 Theater is proud to present the fifth season ofBROWN & OUT FEST, A Festival of 11 World Premiere Short Plays and One Original Short Transgender Film Celebrating the LBGTQ LatinXperience. This groundbreaking Festival coincides

Inspiration Lives on the Floor of RuPaul’s DragCon.

The Sister of Perpetual Indulgence. Photo by Harrison Pearl @harrisonpearlphoto. People come from far and wide to attend RuPaul’s DragCon. The event has grown from a subculture phenomenon (driven by the rising popularity of RuPaul’s Drag Race), to a huge

What PRIDE is really all about.

As 20GayTeen came to an end, the People bid the successful year of positive representation and support goodbye and carried the energy into the new year, 20BiTeen. The excitement of this momentum spills into the upcoming yearly LGBTQ+ festivities this

Tom Loeffler’s Hollywood Fight Night

“El Flaco” Serhii Bokachuk, Abel Sanchez, Tom Loeffler. Photo Credit- Lina Baker 360 Promotions Los Angeles is chock full of cool things to do. This is why you read our magazine! And this is one of those cool things to

WICKED PARADISE SURFS INTO SUMMER

To kick-off the first official weekend of summer, Wicked Paradise brings a new caliber of nostalgia and underground house funk that embraces the old and new for music lovers of all ages. Ahead of Wicked Paradise’s slew of summer jams,

A Day at Union Station

Have you ever been to a train station that made you twirl into a tornado of confusion? Well rest assured our beloved Union Station in Los Angeles is quite a different experience. With its well thought out floor plan everything

DJ Adam 12 releases new mix for Giorgio’s

It’s been a wild weekend. From the stoner festivities of 4/20 to Easter and Passover, and lest we forget the concluding days of Coachella. Rising out of the settled dust today, luckily, is a new mix from DJ Adam 12

THE EMPIRE STRIPS BACK

People take art very seriously. Immaterial of the medium or the presentation, it is consistently subjected to an endless stream of dissection, analysis and critique. The implication being that the artist no doubt imbued his or her work with a

The Social Stage opens with Marx in Soho

Photo Courtesy of Anson Petrick Cue strings. The stage sits ready, a table and chair empty but expectant. Beethoven’s “Egmont” Overture croons, almost menacingly, with a kind of harrowing regality affixed to the tone of a large TV displaying a

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