The Do Lab's annual music and art festival Lightning in a Bottle took place Memorial Day Weekend in Silverado, CA. Kraddy, Beats Antique and Pretty Lights were amongst the performers on Saturday. All photos by Josh "CuriousJosh" Reiss.
Summertramp DTLA Waterpark opened for the summer with its first monthly event hosted by Mr. Black L.A. The party was also a "Speedo & Tuxedo" birthday celebration for Mr. Black co-promoter Lenora Claire. All photos by Colin Young-Wolff.
The Do Lab's annual music and art festival Lightning in a Bottle took place Memorial Day Weekend in Silverado, CA. On Friday, May 27, Lucent Dossier, Panty Raid, The Earth Harp, Mimosa and more performed for the sold-out crowd. All photos by Josh "CuriousJosh" Reiss.
My Chemical Romance packed the Hollywood Palladium Friday and Saturday night for two sold out shows. Their busy schedule continues through October when they'll be back in town at Hollywood Bowl with Blink 182. Check out the photos here from Friday's show. All photos by Timothy Norris.
On May 28, the day before the much-anticipated Tim Burton exhibition opened at LACMA, the famed director appeared at the museum for a signing. Fans lined up overnight for the two-hour event. All photos by Shannon Cottrell.
L.A. baker Jenny Rae celebrated the first anniversary of Lil Rae Cakes Saturday night at Sweet Harts on Venture Blvd. Guests were able to check out a wide variety of Lil Rae's cake balls, as well as new merchandise Onch Movement, Locketship and Chubby Bunny. Performer Traci Hines was on hand...
Lady Gaga fans dress up (and put their paws up) at the "Born This Way" Record Release Haus Party at the Belasco Theatre. Read more in Lina Lecaro's latest Nightranger column, "Waiting for Gaga: Lady G's Fans Dress Up for Born This Way Release Haus Party. " All photos by Lina Lecaro.
Andrew W.K. was in Los Angeles recently to film the third season of his Cartoon Network game show Destroy Build Destroy. We met him on the set to check out some of the destruction. All photos by Shannon Cottrell.
Need a visual aid for your print edition? Jonathan Gold visits Steingarten. ("Have a burger. But know that Steingarten exists mostly as a conduit between humanity and beer, at least to that slice of humanity for whom Pint Night exists as more than a concept, the people who become excited rather...