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  • 2 days ago | Events

    Known simply as Dr. Seuss, Theodor Seuss Geisel was neither a doctor nor a conventional writer-illustrator. He had an inimitable style that extended beyond his oeuvre of more than 45 children's books and into his wardrobe, namely his impressive ha...

  • 3 days ago | Events

    fri 4/24 Named after the French translation of chiaroscuro (the shifting effect of light falling unevenly on an object), L.A.-based Clairobscur Dance Company has garnered attention and awards for artistic director Laurie Sefton's intricate choreog...

  • Be sure to check out our constantly updated concert calendar! Friday, April 24 Stagecoach Festival EMPIRE POLO CLUB Much like the Coachella Festival, country cousin Stagecoach has a little of something for everybody, for better and worse. For thos...

  • 6 days ago | Coachella

    Damn, Coachella. How do you do it? Every time us weekend two folks start to feel discouraged by the barrage of snark and dissatisfaction on social media from the wealthy one-percenters of weekend one, you come along and prove that the second round...

  • 6 days ago | Coachella

    Some say the music is better at Coachella on weekend two. Acts have had time work out technical kinks and refine their set lists, and a crowd less thick with scenesters and industry types responds with greater enthusiasm, upping the energy level a...

  • 6 days ago | Coachella

    We love you, Coachella, but sometimes you bring us down. Here were the biggest bummers of weekend two. The Lack of Enthusiasm at the Entrance Walking into the venue around 2 p.m. on Friday, Coachella staffers were attempting to engage with the str...