Our music feature this week focuses on Ashley Huizenga, an L.A. musician and performance artist known for her academic-minded -- and also quite flithy -- shows under the guise of her alter ego Actually Huizenga.
Trained as a classical pianist, she creates epic '80s inspired dance scores that featur ... More >>
If your version of an "ethnic massage" is limited to Swedish rubdowns, a new book promises to open your eyes.
For The Spa Less Traveled: Discovering Ethnic Los Angeles, One Massage at a Time, authors Gail Herndon and Brenda Goldstein anonymously visited hundreds of Thai, Korean, Chinese, J ... More >>
As we've noted before, among the many ways you can ID a food lover in this town is the presence of a mole-stained copy of EAT: Los Angeles in the glove compartment of the car.
Along with, say, a dilapidated copy of Jonathan Gold's "Essential Whatever," the Mozza2Go boxes, the super hip Ink. ... More >>
Prospect Park BooksAmong the top 10 ways you can ID a food lover in this town: the car radio channel set to KCRW, the amount of time racked up in the Chego parking lot, the crumpled plates from food truck visits on the back seat, a bottle of hot sauce in the glove compartment, the Jonathan Go ... More >>
Prospect Park BooksEAT: Los Angeles 2010EAT: Los Angeles, the locally published guide to food in this town, written by a cadre of local foodies, will come out with its 2010 edition on December 1st. The new edition is 56 pages longer than last year's, with 2 new chapters: Drink Eat, which i ... More >>
Shannon CottrellSunday night at midnight, The Venture Bros. returns to Adult Swim for another season of mad scientist and supervillain misadventures. While we have heard bits and pieces about what to expect for the upcoming episodes at Comic Con, when LA Weekly caught up show architects Jacks ... More >>