By LA Weekly
By Henry Rollins
By Weekly Photographers
By Shea Serrano
By Nate "Igor" Smith
By Dan Weiss
By Erica E. Phillips
By Kai Flanders
BE HAIR NOW
Skateboard pioneer and filmmaker STACY PERALTA revealed an old-school beauty secret at the debut of his documentary Dogtown and Z-Boys: His and skateboard-pro pal JAY ADAMS' bleached locks were achieved by the sea's saltwater.
SURE THEY WEREN'T THE ENTERTAINMENT?
A tutu-clad Go-Go, JANE WIEDLIN, and a couple of hot, shirtless leather boys crawled on the floor offering dollar tips clenched in their teeth to the performers at Dragapalooza.
THREADS TO THE SOCIAL ORDER
Leave it to CHERto show up in jeans for the Costume Designers Guild Awards.
PERHAPS IT'S TIME FOR THAT ANGER-MANAGEMENT CLASS
OR THE OTHER
"Tonight we will see if our movie is a comedy — or a tragedy," announced director-writer TEMISTOCLES LOPEZ at the first public screening of his film, Home: The Horror Story.
EVIDENTLY, THE ART WORLD HAS GONE TO THE DOGS
The cutest thing at the Santa Monica Museum of Art's Fresh Start fund-raiser — besides, of course, BROOKE SHIELDS— was a basenji puppy belonging to gallerist PATRICIA CORREIA, who apparently had a new sideline: The puppy was for sale.
IT'S WRONG FOR ME TO CALL YOU MOM
"Are you out of your mind?" screeched a chubby-cheeked matron with an impossibly fried comb-over at the opening night of Tell Veronica, when asked if she might be the mother of the play's star, CHARLENE TILTON. The rhetorical "How old do you think I am?" was followed by the inevitable "Don't you know who I am?" before the bellowed answer: "I am CAROL CONNORS" — Oscar-nominated lyricist for the theme from Rocky. We decided that we were "Gonna Fly Now" before we told the songbird she looked like Tilton's grandmother.
Contributors: Madelynn Amalfitano, Siran Babayan, Jade Chang, Mary Beth Crain, Pleasant Gehman, Falling James, Marcus Kuiland-Nazario, Lina Lecaro, Derrick Mathis, Brendan Mullen, Tommy Nguyen, Sandra Ross