This week, it's all about looking back: One artist revisits 1993 L.A., another borrows the palette of teen pop from 20-some years ago and a museum show features graphically bold, grittily political art of the '80s.
5. What art even is
When the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston changed its nam ... More >>
A new restaurant called Pingtung is soft-opening today on Melrose in West Hollywood. The restaurant, which bills itself as an "eat-in market," will operate as a casual cafe in the daytime, then go for a more glam vibe at night with cocktails and Asian nibbles.
The restaurant is owned by Li Ping, a ... More >>
*Chateau Marmont to Lindsay Lohan: Be Out by Noon, Never Come Back.
Two years ago when Lindsay Lohan threatened to leave Los Angeles, she was already in a world of hurt following two DUI arrests.
In the two years since she's hardly remade herself, getting in hot water for allegedly steal ... More >>
Nobody is more L.A. than Murs. But he doesn't even live here anymore.
He's now based out of Tucson, Arizona, where he says he doesn't stand out. That's for a few reasons. For one, gone are the thick ropes of dreadlocks that formerly sprouted from his head. Also, he drives a Prius. And he likes watc ... More >>
By Michael Stabile
Indy filmmakers are scrambling for vanishing $1,000 HD tapesWhen directors of the independent feature Gone wanted to send a copy of their documentary about a missing ex-pat to the Tribeca Film Festival a few days ago, they discovered that the high-end tape stock they neede ... More >>
Fran CollinChef Remi LauvandChef Rémi Lauvand does not have a pop up restaurant, but he's been popping up a lot in the last few years. Before he came to rest at his current home, Café Pierre in Manhattan Beach, Lauvand popped up in BreadBar last fall as part of the Hatchi series. Before tha ... More >>