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Young American Boxers: The Tank vs Ruiz in Los Angeles

Gervonta Davis delivers a right in red. Courtesy Premier Boxing Champions The young champion boxers of today are rock stars like no others. Gervonta Davis vs Hugo Ruiz was a title fight for the Super Featherweight Championship February 9th at

5 Unique Places For Live Music in LA

1. Rhythm Room L.A. —206 W. 6th St. Los Angeles A big space does wonders for the acoustics of live music. Rhythm Room L.A. is one of the city’s underground lounges that has existed since World War II. This basement

Women Take the Main Event on HBO’s Boxing After Dark

Cecilia Braekhus defeats Aleksandra Magdziak-Lopes, Hogan Photo HBO was the first network to televise female boxers on their Boxing After Dark Series. It took 45 years, but it happened, and HBO is to thank for that. One year later HBO

Red Bull Music Festival makes its way to Los Angeles in 2019

This unique festival will incorporate everything including art, music, film, fashion and video games. Coming to historic locations throughout Los Angeles, the Red Bull Music Festival will be a month long event that features a number of eclectic installations and

DECADENCE NYE PRE COVERAGE POST:

The highest elevated state of Colorado (with no pun intended) will host the two-day festival Decadence. As the new year approaches, December 30th and 31st will go down with artists like Zedd, Armin Van Buuren, Rufus Du Sol, Bassnector, and over 25

Motown Records, Kevin Ross, R&B, debut album, The Awakening, Long Song Away, Pick You Up, ASCAP's 2016 Rhythm and Soul Award, Ro James, XIX tour, BET "Music Matters", The North American run, Stevie Wonder, Marvin Gaye, Prince, Patrice Rushen, Chaz French, Be Great (Intro), BJ the Chicago Kid

Motown Records Ready to Present an R&B Sensation

DECK: Motown Records will release the debut album of Kevin Ross, which is titled The Awakening on March 4   An up-and-coming R&B artist is ready to make his presence known as Kevin Ross is set to release his debut

The Los Angeles Times, Food Bowl, food, festival, food event, culinary event, food awareness, Times Food staff, Jonathan Gold, Amy Scattergood, Jenn Harris, Noelle Carter, Grand Park, Night Market, Memorial Day Weekend, May

Celebrating Food and Food Awareness

The Los Angeles Times launches month long event called Food Bowl Get ready for a food-athon as The Los Angeles Times announced the launch of Food Bowl which will take place throughout the month of May. Food Bowl, which is

UCLA, westwood, exhibit, art, science, Body Dysmorphic Disorder Explored, Leigh de Vries, Dr. Jamie Feusner, undergraduate groups, Active Minds, the Student Wellness Commission Body Image Task Force

Fusion of Art and Science

UCLA to present “Body Dysmorphic Disorder Explored” exhibit during Anorexia Awareness Week. Art and science will be seen together in the form of both educational and artistic as UCLA will present their exhibit as part of their Anorexia Awareness Week.

California Desert, Desert X, exhibitions, art, events, Palm Springs, contemporary art, contemporary artist, Doug Aitken, Lita Albuquerque, Jennifer Bolande, Will Boone, Claudia Comte, Jeffrey Gibson, Sherin Guirguis, Norma Jeane, Glenn Kaino, Gabriel Kuri, Armando Lerma, Richard Prince, Rob Pruitt, Julião Sarmento, Phillip K. Smith III, Tavares Strachan, Neville Wakefield

Art at the Desert

The California Desert will be taken over by one of the most anticipated art exhibitions of the year Desert X is ready to takeover the California Desert to showcase one of the most anticipated exhibitions of the year. The event,

New Zealand artists, United States debut, Downtown Los Angeles’ Corey Helford Gallery, Corey Helford Gallery, Meredith Marsone, Arbitrary Dreams, art, exhibition, portraits, self portraits

New Zealand Meets Los Angeles

New Zealand artist to make her U.S. debut with a new art exhibition in Corey Helford Gallery. New Zealand artists to make her United States debut with a new series of oil on aluminum portraits at  Downtown Los Angeles’ Corey

Public School on Tap, burgers, burger wars 2017, Los Angeles, Sherman Oaks, Thousand Oaks, Culver City, restaurants, chefs, competition, creative burgers

Prepare to Feast

Public School on Tap to have a nationwide battle for best burger. School is in session, but this is not your ordinary classroom. This “school” is a gastropub restaurant called Public School on Tap and they are having a battle for the

Slow Culture, Everything must go

Digital Media in the Form of Art

Independent Los Angeles Art gallery to showcase what is it to be a photographer in the modern age Has digital media hurt the art world? To find out, independent Los Angeles art gallery Slow Culture have announced the opening of

Argentina comes to Long Beach

Argentina is the next country selected in Fuego’s monthly Latin American brunch tour. Hold the tango for now and focus on the meals as Argentina will be the next country in Long Beach’s Fuego,  12-country Latin American brunch tour. On Sunday,

D.R.A.M.

A Night with D.R.A.M. at the El Rey Theatre

River Tiber, Nebu Kiniza, Ari Lennox, and D.R.A.M. heat up the El Rey Theatre for a jammed packed night of music and fun.   Pulling up to the El Rey Theatre you never know what to expect. Well, you know

James Beard Awards

Honoring Culinary Professionals and Food Journalists

Culinary professionals across the United States to be honored at the 27th Annual James Beard Awards   Culinary professionals across the United States will be honored as the James Beard Foundation is set for it’s 27th annual James Beard Awards.

FLORA, Maggie West

Maggie West: Vegetation Illuminated

FLORA is a vibrantly photographed plant life and flower series on display at the Standard hotel in West Hollywood until mid March.   Leave it to Los Angeles-based photog Maggie West to transform the lobby of the Standard Hotel in

Underneath It All: Cupid’s Race for Charity

BY NICOLE GOURDARZIAN | Feb. 12, 2017   Not all heroes wear capes. Some prefer undies. On Saturday, 150 participants ran one mile in the name of charity, joining the Children’s Tumor Foundation in the fight against Neurofibromatosis during Cupid’s Undie Run down

Corey Helford Gallery, exhibition, Alex Gross, Antisocial Network, new contemporary pop surrealists, art, Los Angeles

Social Networking as Seen Through Art

Contemporary pop-surrealist, Alex Gross, to premiere a new exhibition at Corey Helford Gallery Contemporary pop-surrealist, Alex Gross, will premiere a new exhibition,  “Antisocial Network,” at Corey Helford Gallery (CHG) Saturday, February 25th. “Antisocial Network,” will be the first exhibition in

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