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  • 3 days ago | Events

    "From Enchantment to Eschaton" is artist Dani Tull's first major solo show of new work in his hometown of L.A. in what seems like forever. He's been doing psychologically charged, quasi-ritualistic, performance- and sound-based works with an array...

  • 4 days ago | Events

    fri 2/27 He may have helped to jump-start the anti–Bill Cosby bandwagon last year with his comments on rape allegations against the comedian, but don't hold that against Hannibal Buress. In the last couple of years, he's become the darling of indi...

  • Be sure to check out our constantly updated concert calendar! Friday, February 27 Bob Seger, Heartless Bastards THE FORUM When Bob Seger’s Night Moves broke through on classic-rock radio in 1976, some observers described it as an overnight success...

  • Be sure to check out our constantly updated concert calendar! Monday, February 23 Lucinda Williams THE TROUBADOUR For lo these 30 or so years, Lake Charles, Louisiana, singer-songwriter-guitarist Lucinda Williams has forged an idiosyncratic path t...

  • 10 days ago | Events

    Watch experimental opera Is the Industry turning opera — that most old-school of performing arts disciplines — into an L.A. indie hipster's paradise? For the second year, the company is offering a free program peeking into half a dozen of its proj...

  • 11 days ago | Events

    Friday 2/20 In Greek mythology, Persephone is the goddess queen of the underworld, whose eternal duty is to rise into the upper air each year to bring spring growth to the earth. It's a big job, and though somewhat satisfying, it's also rather beg...