Coachella was almost back to normal with no rain Saturday. All images by Timothy Norris.
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L.A.-based Faith and the Muse launched their North American tour on Saturday, April 3 at Bar Sinister in Hollywood. The band incorporated stings, taiko and a mixture of butoh and tribal fusion into their set. Opening the night was singer Jill Tracy.
Lebowski Fest was back in town this weekend with plenty of Dudes, Maudes, Walters, a couple of Jesus' and even a member of Autobahn showed up to roll at Cal Bowl in Long Beach. Photos by Timothy Norris.
We know -- you're excited about The Dark Knight Rises. And The Avengers. And The Hunger Games. So are we. We're also excited about a lot of other movies whose marketing campaigns have not inundated us with white noise (yet). Allow us to suggest a few more films to put on your 2012 watch list....
The Natural History Museum rung in April with another sold out show with Fitz & The Tantrums and Breakestra. Check out the birds, the monkeys, some dinos and a few human types too. Photos by Timothy Norris.
Friday night, fans of Japanese singer Moon Kana and supercool Tokyo DJ SiSeN headed to Echo Park's Bootleg Theater. Check out the scene on stage, backstage and in the crowd. For more, read Liz Ohanesian's "DJ SiSeN and Moon Kana Bring Their Cute, Cyber Party to Los Angeles". All photos by...
Step right up! Nightranger snaps carnival-themed parties for Alternative Apparel and Perez Hilton, and gets (velvet) roped at Drai's, Concept FW and Full Frontal. Read more in Lina Lecaro's new column, "The Rest Is Still Unwritten."
Need a visual aid for your print edition? This week Jonathan Gold writes about Marche in Sherman Oaks ("... the reds are classified as 'restrained, from idyllic to demure,' 'from a little loose to hussies' and 'bullies.' A hussy with your lamb? Sounds like an evening to remember"). Click...