Gwynedd Stuart, L.A. Weekly's arts and culture editor, is an award-winning writer and editor who's worked for prestigious alt-weeklies from Florida to Chicago. She loves L.A. the best, though.
6 days ago | Art
Early last month, uniformed officers from an undetermined agency were on the scene when a crew of men cleared away the roadside art installation carefully created and tended to by a homeless man named Lovell Moore, better known as the Crenshaw Cow...
6 days ago | Events
An exhibit of Morrissey and The Smiths cover art, a massive musical installation involving 100 cars, a Dia de los Muertos skateboarding event in Boyle Heights, and more to do and see in L.A. this week for 10 bucks or less. An earworm is a tune tha...
7 days ago | Pop Culture
When director Tom Holland first sat down to rework Don Mancini's script Blood Buddy, it was a nut he couldn't quite crack. The story was about a doll that came to life at night and got up to all sorts of mischief as the unchained id of the little ...
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14 days ago | Pop Culture
Prior to Saturday night's West Coast premiere of his new starring vehicle Best F(r)iends (a buddy dramedy/heist movie, I guess you'd call it?), Tommy Wiseau joined screenwriter and collaborator Greg Sestero in front of a sold-out crowd at the Egyp...