On Wednesday the former Big Lots in Hollywood played host to Manifest Equality, an art and music event organized to raise awareness about civil rights. Opening night featured appearances by actresses Heather Graham, Marisa Tomei, Olivia Wilde and Jorja Fox, plus AIDS and LGBT rights activist Cleve Jones. Hundreds of artists have work on display, including Robbie Conal and Shepard Fairey. Manifest Equality is supported by Planet Illogica and MoveON and runs through March 7. Photos by Colin Young-Wolff.
Nightranger frolics with audacious gals from both camps at Tarina Tarantino's Beauty line launch bash and Hairroin salon's fashion show. Plus, Elijah Blue's exploration of the fame game at his debut "Step and Repeat" art show. Read more in Lina Lecaro's new column, "Steppin' Out."
More than 200,000 people gather to celebrate the 40th birthday of the largest festival in the world on five square miles of land in Pilton, England. City Pages' web editor Jen Boyles was there and shared her amateur pics from the festival.
Angelenos are mad about cooking, tasting, photographing and talking about food, and Jonathan Gold has become a culinary barometer for diners from the Eastside to the West. The 2nd annual Gold Standard event took place Feb. 28 at the Petersen Automotive Museum. Click through for highlights and...
Temporary Spaces 2 played host to PYT on Feb. 26, presented by MFG and Gracie Cakes, and featuring performances by Hollywood Holt, Juiceboxxx, and resident DJ Chris Holmes. Added bonus? The party came with its own embedded taco stand. Photos by Colin Young-Wolff.
Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros performed an intimate set at the Class opening party at the Santa Monica Civic Center on Feb. 27. Later, an epic after party at the Shangri-La Hotel featuring DJ C-Town. Photos by Colin Young-Wolff.
For Saturday, we hit up parties thrown by The Music Loves Fashion, Madewell and Skyy Escape pool parties, as well as the Bromance Records after party. Featured DJs and guests included Lykke Li, Miike Snow, Jenny Lewis, Peter Bjorn and John, A$AP Rocky, and Warpaint. It was even more fun in...
Brooklyn's Dirty Projectors â€” the R&B-loving, Malian funkâ€“steeped chamber rockâ€“ish crew lead by Dave Longstreth â€” teamed up with the L.A. Philharmonic on Feb. 27 at Disney Hall. Read more in Chris Martins' "Getty's Foundation: Dirty Projectors Play Disney Hall."
The folks at Red Bull rounded up eight of L.A.â€™s hottest DJâ€™s for their international Thre3style DJ battle at Playhouse Hollywood on Wednesday Feb. 24. Eric DLux of Power 106 introduced Fashen, (Thee) Mike B, Cheapshot, Hoff, Politik, Prophet, Dirty Dave and Morse Code to a capacity crowd.