Stadium rocking superstar Richie Sambora is, for some reason, attempting crossover success in the vegan-chorizo taco world of Los Angeles indie rock.
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We alert you, this gorgeous Thursday, to the ever-deteriorating state of L.A.'s streets -- so nicely, if tragically, demonstrated by Mahdokht Nakhost, a Northridge resident in a wheelchair.
The LA Daily News posted a video this morning of Nakhost's neighbor struggling to push her over a monster hum ... More >>
NEW THEATER REVIEWSStage FEATURE on Randy Newman's Harps and Angels, and NET's L.A. Micro-festUPTOWN DOWNTOWNLeslie
Uggams stars in her bio-cabaret at the Pasadena Playhouse. For a review
of this and all shows seen over the weekend, press the More tab at the
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vegasandfood/FlickrTakoyaki from Takoyaki Tanota, an L.A.-based food truck turning out for FILTER's Culture Collide Festival
FILTER Magazine's first annual Culture Collide Music Festival is merely two weeks away, and already we're imagining what we'll be eating. Although music festivals are ... More >>
View more photos of metal legends and celebs in the Anvil premiere slideshow.
Timothy NorrisNew supergroup? At the premiere, left to right: Glenn Five (Anvil bassist), Robb Reiner (Anvil drummer), Dustin Hoffman (Academy Award winner, 80s metal enthusiast), Steve "Lips" Kudlow (Anvil singer), Sach ... More >>
new issue of Seattle Weekly has a long piece on the life and times of Leon Hendrix, Jimi's younger brother. The story, written by Mike Seely, addresses the legacy of the famous Hendrix, his lesser-known guitar-playing brother, Beverly Hills lawyer Craig Dieffenbach, and the massive Hendrix estate ... More >>