Six years ago, when I decided to abandon my car for a multi-modal cocktail of walking, biking and bus-riding, I lived in Hollywood. The pedestrian and transit parts came easy in my super-dense neighborhood, but biking terrified me -- rolling out of my driveway I was confronted with three routes, eac ... More >>
One of the most mainstream punk bands since the new millennium, Green Day has faced criticism for selling out ever since releasing 2004's American Idiot -- some would say as far back as after the release of 1994's Dookie.
Fuck that. They didn't sell out. In fact, American Idiot and 21st Century Br ... More >>
Updated at the bottom with water issues in Northeast L.A. Also, photos of Oscar De La Hoya's driveway. Not pretty. Meteorologists say the storm will be back in full force tonight.
Originally posted at 9:35 a.m.
This is the closest Pasadena kids will ever get to a snow day: KNX news radio is report ... More >>
COMPREHENSIVE THEATER LISTINGSNEW THEATER REVIEWSCURRENT STAGE FEATURE ON THE TWENTIETH CENTURY WAYNEW REVIEW GO THE HABIT OF ART By Paul BirchallIf you want to see director Nicholas Hytner's smart and compelling production of Alan Bennett's new drama at the National Theater of Great Britain, you co ... More >>
It's safe to say that the first-ever Tributefest in Santa Clarita on Saturday, May 1, was a success, and not just because of the eight tribute bands to take the stage. With almost twenty food trucks and dozes of beers on tap, the wide selection of mobile cuisine might just have been the real highlig ... More >>
If you're looking for something weird to do this Saturday night, how about walking with the undead? Anthony Dalbis, who runs SoCal Zombie Walk, has organized another one, in Pasadena this time. It's holiday themed. Costume possibilities include: zombie elves, zombie reindeer, zombie Christmas ... More >>