Gwynedd, 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.
17 hours ago | Art
When L.A.-based artist Jana Cruder is observing her subjects while they send and receive text messages on their smartphones, she's most interested in seeing their spines. That's why, for the purposes of her art installation The Way of the Modern M...
3 days ago | Pop Culture
Viral movie marketing has been a thing since before we were using the word "viral" with our current post-millennial frequency and zeal. In the late '90s, there was the campaign to convince the world that The Blair Witch Project was based on a true...
4 days ago | Art
The Getty's already massive cross-institutional exploration of Latin American art "in dialogue with L.A." just got bigger with the late inclusion of Marciano Art Foundation.
8 days ago | Artopia
At last year's Artopia, dozens of artists — visual and otherwise — took over the top three floors of the US Bank Tower for a night of daring installations, live performance art, experimental music and, naturally, booze and food, 70 stories up. Dor...
9 days ago | Science
On the morning of Monday, Aug. 21, the moon will find itself positioned between the Earth and the sun, temporarily blocking out the glowing disc either totally or partially, depending on where the event is being viewed in the continental United St...
10 days ago | Arts
According to the Angelenos who filled out a Best of Los Angeles reader's poll in 2016, the Best Comedian was Sam Brown, the Best Pocast was The Dollop and the Best Movie Theater was Arclight Hollywood. Do you know a stand-up you think is funn...