*5 Artsy Things to Do in L.A. This Week
Born in Mexico City, Ilona Katzew came to L.A. 13 years ago to assume a role at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art as an associate curator of Latin American art. At the time, Latin American art was a component of a larger museum department that al ... More >>
Emanuela Bellezza isn't from L.A., but she decided a long time ago this was where she wanted to be. Born and raised in Italy, she'd dreamed of making music here since her teenage years in Rome, when she first started writing original songs. Now, four years into her L.A. life -- with two albums under ... More >>
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Did you have a WTF moment Saturday night, a tug towards the ocean followed by a sensation of heaviness pulling downward for a second?
What you felt ... More >>
UE Mahler Interviews: Gustavo Dudamel from Universal Edition on Vimeo.
In Venezuela, they are called huevos, and Gustavo "The Dude" Dudamel, conductor of the LA Philharmonic, has a great big pair of them.
Starting tomorrow at Disney Hall, Dudamel will attempt to do what no conductor has ever done b ... More >>
Ilan Hall has had an interesting six months, between the opening and closing and reopening of his downtown restaurant The Gorbals. But now that the building inspectors are finally happy with him--a problematic boiler necessitated the closing of The Gorbals after only a few days--he's opened for lunc ... More >>