Sometimes the best weekends in LA can't be planned. Lina went where the wind took her last week and ended up at a masquerade-themed bash in Hollywood starring a rockin' cover band led by none other than Moby, plus a sexy parking lot party for new Silver Lake hair place Heretic, and a morning-after affair called The Breakfast Show (think Pee Wee's Playhouse on acid). Heretic is open for business now and The Breakfast Show runs every Sunday afternoon in May at the Echo. All photos by Lina Lecaro.
May Day participants travelled into downtown Los Angeles in four concentrated groups from the north, south, east and west. Protesters rallied for a comprehensive immigration policy, fudning for education, universal healthcare, and equal rights. All photos by Nanette Gonzales.
Jack White had fans lined up down the block waiting for their will call tickets to his sold out show at The Mayan Theatre Monday night . Once he hit the stage he had the all female band with him to run though a mix of new and old tunes. All photos by Timothy Norris.
The Dub Frequency kicked off their "No Shirt/No Shoes" Summer series of afternoon soirees at the Standard Downtown this past Saturday with a bash that definitely lived up to its name. Loud tropical shirts and little bright bikinis were the preferred attire for this sunny, funny, funky party...
The Stagecoach Festival went down in Indio, just one week after the crowd from Coachella cleared out. The event featured Sheryl Crow, Alabama, Kenny Rogers, Jason Aldean, Brad Paisley and a ton of cowboys and cowgirls. All photos by Colin Young-Wollf.
Fire and Fun highlight 3 days at Joshua Tree as CuriousJosh heads to the IgNight Fire Flow Celebration, where hundreds of fire spinners gather to take classes, share techniques, and spin fire well into the night.
The highest virtue of Pier Burger is likely its non-pretension. We've become desensitized to paying higher price for burgers, albeit ones that are irrefutably delicious -- the minimalist $17 version at Comme Ca can inspire hunger pangs months later -- but there is something to be said for the...
The House of Bawd performed their "Greatest Hits" show Saturday night at El Cid with special musical guests Prince Poppycock and The Lady Tigra. Hosts Jack & Diane kept the crowd awkwardly entertained in between performances from cast members Jewel of Denial, Venus de Mille, Diamondback Annie,...
K-Day 93.5 packed the Gibson Amphitheater Saturday night with their 2012 Krush Groove Concert featuring Ice Cube, Cypress Hill, Mystikal, The Pharcyde, Ras Kass, Masta Ace and more. All photos by Timothy Norris.
When T.S. Eliot wrote "April is the cruelest month", he probably didn't spend it in Los Angeles. From Renaissance Faires and Coachella to flash pillow fights and 4/20, April was nothing but kind to the city of angels. Take a look.
Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band brought their Wrecking Ball Tour to the Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena last night for the first of two sold out shows at their venue of choice here in Los Angeles. All photos by Timothy Norris.