Nazis, pedophilia, Islamic terrorism and burlesque beauties... just another night on the town, right? The "high-fallutin' low brow" Victory Variety Hour presented a delightful night of raunchy material with "The Wrong Show" at El Cid on Jan. 8. Read Sophia Kercher's full review here. Some...
This week Lina Lecaro mourns, porns, and gets adorned with L.A.'s original punks and scene makers at Gidget Gein's memorial and a screening of John Roecker’s documentary Everything You Wanted to Know About Gay Porn Stars* but Were Afraid to Ask. Read all about it in Lecaro's new column.
When it comes to pho, it's all about the broth. Get your fill of the Vietnamese beef noodle soup and the Garvey Avenue restaurant boom in Jonathan Gold's "Pho Town: Noodle Stories From South El Monte."
Royal/T cosplay cafe and Zippercut hosted Rococo Rendezvous, a Gothic Lolita masquerade ball where 18th century France met Japanese teenage fashion. Read Gendy Alimurung's article "Marie Antoinettes and Other Rococo Craziness at Royal/T."
L.A. Weekly hosted its 30th anniversary party on Saturday Dec. 6 at the grand opening of the Grammy Museum downtown. Read Editor in Chief Laurie Ochoa's introduction to the special anniversary issue, "Coming Home."
Artist Alexandra Gibson celebrated the release of her first book From the Outside In with a photographic exhibition and live erotic photo shoot at La Luz De Jesus on Saturday Dec. 6. Described as a "cross-fertilization of social realism and erotica," Gibson's photographs are mysterious and...
Fans got a dose of instant nostalgia with Oasis at the Staples Center downtown on December 4. Ryan Adams opened. Read Paul Rogers' review "Oasis at the Staples Center in LA: 'I Am the Walrus' All Night Long?"