A unique project fusing fashion with art in the emerging downtown Arts District was introduced in Los Angeles September 9, 2016 at the opening of Frankie Co Lab. This project, Frankie Co Lab store creates a live experience of a "go to" place to choose and express one's own style while their love of art is also inspired.
It's hard to top CicLAvia, but we've got butterflies, puppets, another energized dance performance, a free music concert and an incredible film festival at the ArcLight Hollywood.
Trustees of the Museum of Contemporary Art say they have reached the $75-million mark in their campaign to establish a $100
This story comes courtesy of Discover Los Angeles. By Joshua Lurie There’s a constant dialogue about whether or not food
While it has long been regarded as an old chesnut in the theater world, there is a refreshing contemporary resonance in the revival of You Can't Take It With You at the Antaeus Company under the thoughtful direction of Gigi Bermingham.
In Lady Patriot, Ted Lange gives us a civics lesson about Confederacy President Jefferson Davis' personal and professional struggles trying to fight for a new nation and deal with his long-suffering wife Varina.
This Saturday May 19th is the Echo Park PDA (public display of art) Art Walk. Over 70 venues participate in this wonderfully eclectic and unique community, saturated with a diverse group of people, boutiques, galleries, coffee shops and cafes.
In this video by Jason Wawro, Lahoda discusses the history of murals in LA, the Freewalls project and what the city could
Every month LAmag.com compiles titles of local interest that are hitting the bookshelves. Here, arranged by genre, are some
Gardeners, Housekeepers and The Hollywood Hills: A Glimpse into The Public Art Of L.A. Artist Ramiro Gomez
The recognizable figure of a Latino gardener is a common sight for most Southern California locals. But if you happen to