And so begins LA Weekly's last day in Hollywood. Sunny, 72 degrees... 12 minute commute. As of Monday LA Weekly will be run out of offices nestled into the on-ramp of the 405 on the outskirts of Culver City with convenient access to the only store left in America that still sells Murphy Beds.
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Orpheum Theatre, 10/13
By John Curry
In every generation of pop music, someone comes along with a fabulous persona to wrap generously around their art. Not since Ziggy has there been anyone as wonderfully camp and exploitive as Devendra Banhart. The songs he played from the new rec ... More >>
Once upon a time, the music editor and maybe 1 or 2 others at LA Weekly would have gotten an advance of a hotly anticipated new album, often months before street date. There's also a good chance it would have then sat in the back seat of that person's car until after street date.
Radiohead made ... More >>