[Editor's Note: Fuck Guilty Pleasures celebrates the over-produced, commercial, artless, lowbrow music that we believe is genuinely worthwhile. Like, among the best music ever.]
On a warm August night in 2011, roughly 18,000 Angelenos converged on the Hollywood Bowl, to partake in the swirl of cosm ... More >>
A three-person series of sketches about Laotians in America, Regugee Nation is this week's Pick. Click here for all New Stage Reviews, or go to the jump.
Also, check out this week's stage feature Wednesday eve on Hands on a Hardbody, a new musical developed at and presented by La Jolla Playhouse, ... More >>
Trey Anastasio with The Los Angeles Philharmonic
Walt Disney Concert Hall
Better Than...seeing Phish without its frontman
Having played everything from small bars to national parks, Trey Anastasio knows about performing before all sorts of audiences. When he said the Walt Disney Concert H ... More >>
Tamea AgleReview by Drew Fortune
August 8, 2011
Better than: A night of bowling, In 'N Out Burger, some beers and a few laughs.
I'll refrain from any further Big Lebowski allusions, but there were quite a few El Duderinos getting their groove on in the aisles of the Ho ... More >>
Two very special holidays for the peoples of Los Angeles happen to fall on the same Hump Day this year: 4/20 and Passover, Day 2. One is a silly excuse to dabble in unmentionables (which a certain High Times editor claims "points us in a direction for the responsible use of cannabis") and the ... More >>
Read Jeff Miller's overview of the first evening of Phish's three-night stint at the Coachella grounds, and read his recap of day two.
Jeff MillerHugs and drugsSometimes, being a Phish fan is kind of like being a parent: your kid presents you with a completely ridiculous challenge ("Mom, mo ... More >>
By Jeff Miller
Read Jeff Miller's overview of the first evening of Phish's three-night stint at the Coachella grounds here.
Halloween's a holiday that Phish built their reputation for unpredictability on - since 1994, when a show by the band's fallen on October 31st, they've celebrated by donning ... More >>
By Jeff Miller
For me, watching a Phish festival on the same field that hosts Coachella each year's like introducing your college friends to your high school friends for the first time: you love them both equally, but there's always something kind of...off about that first introduction. Though they ... More >>