This week, artists fix up and sell other artists' artwork, a choir performs songs based on protest techniques and discarded packing material invades pop culture.
5. Paper girls in a dress shop
In Satine Boutique on Third Street, artist Bari Ziperstein's 3-D girl made of newspaper-colored paper is d ... More >>
El Rey Theatre
October 11, 2011
Almost a year ago, Yelawolf opened for Wiz Khalifa at the Music Box to little interest. His modest van was parked next to the headliner's tour bus in the lot. Last night at the El Rey Theatre, though, Yelawolf was in his element.
Havi ... More >>
Maybe those efforts to fully legalize marijuana in California are a waste of time.
It looks like President Obama will have to officially respond to requests to legalize it nationwide.
That's because someone's bright idea (a White House intern?) to allow Americans to petition the administra ... More >>
Itâ€™s almost hard to believe that we are, at long last, in the final stretches of the 2008 presidential campaign. No matter which way you are inclined to vote (though particularly so if you skew blue, where the primary race felt almost as long as all seven seasons of The West Wing), there have bee ... More >>
This year marked the first time since 2006 that LA Weekly didn't win a Pulitzer, effectively ending our current streak (at one).
UCLA professor of history Saul Friedlander won the Pulitzer for general nonfiction. He was interviewed by LA Weekly in November. Click here to read the article, "It Can' ... More >>
Hey, Aren't You Juliette Lewis?
Walking down 6th street yesterday, you had to wonder if everyone in the world somehow heard that Art Brut song, "Formed a Band" and decided that if Eddie Argos could do it, how hard could it really be? I've seen telephone directories thinner than the official SXSW ... More >>