Pop-Up Magazine show at the Ace, you haven't experienced one of the best cultural events in the city. The multimedia pop-up, which is meant to exist only onstage (no streaming, taping or replay), is best described as a magazine come to life. The Pop-Up Magazine Spring Issue features a great cast of L.A.-based performers, including Jimmy Kimmel Live! comedy writer Bess Kalb; The Queen of Versailles filmmaker Lauren Greenfield; Los Angeles Times opinion columnist Gustavo Arellano; and filmmaker and Found magazine creator Davy Rothbart, who will tell a fascinating story that takes the audience from prison to Hollywood. Also: out-of-towners John Jeremiah Sullivan, Andres Gonzalez and Marcus Ubungen. "It's going to be memorable," says Doug McGray, editor-in-chief of the San Francisco–based Pop-Up and California Sunday magazines, which local readers may recognize as a supplement in the L.A. Times. "There's film, sound, photography, animation, a live band, the Magik*Magik Orchestra and more, mixed up together."
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