Tanja M. Laden
1 month ago | Holidays
Yes, online shopping is easy, but part of the fun of buying is browsing, and we don't mean on the Internet. While Targets, Walmarts and countless other franchises vying for your buying attention during the holidays, it's best to ignore them and sh...
1 month ago
A free annual tradition, the Echo Park Community Parade winds along Sunset Boulevard in Echo Park from Elysian Park Avenue to Park Avenue. Journalist, activist and local resident Jesus Sanchez serves as grand marshal, and the beloved L.A. Derby Do...
2 months ago | Events
Cities around the world such as Japan, New York and Budapest are locking up civilians and forcing them to figure out how to escape their rooms — and the civilians are paying for it. The experience is part of a fully-immersive real-life game called...
2 months ago
In addition to managing his own publishing imprint, TamTam Books, Tosh Berman has penned a book that was first published in 1990 and now is being reissued by Penny Ante Editions. The Plum in Mr. Blum’s Pudding features a series of poems tha...
3 months ago
Romance novelist and English professor Mary Bly once quipped, “Dogs come when they’re called; cats take a message and get back to you later.” Felines are returning our missed calls en masse with an evening devoted exclusively to the beloved specie...
Cameron's Connections to Scientology and Powerful Men Once Drew Headlines, But Now Her Art Is Getting Its Due4 months ago | Art
Marjorie Elizabeth Cameron Parsons Kimmel always detested her first name. An artist and cult figure, she preferred simply "Cameron," the name she used when signing most of her captivating, often phantasmagoric and occasionally pornographic drawing...