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  • 2 days ago | City Hall

    Members of the Koreatown community, in the Mid-Wilshire area of Los Angeles, gathered on Thursday morning to protest the planned conversion of a city-owned parking lot on the corner of Vermont and Wilshire into a homeless shelter.

  • A band’s first gig is usually a nerve-racking experience. Bouncing ideas around in basements and rehearsal spaces is one thing, but presenting those same musical concepts to a paying audience is something else entirely. Usually those early perform...

  • 4 days ago | Metal

    A band could be forgiven for feeling unlucky if it were to have one serious vehicular collision while on tour, causing financial and scheduling chaos and no small amount of anxiety though, fortunately, no serious injuries. Lost in Atlantis have ha...

  • 4 days ago | City Hall

    The $9.9 billion Los Angeles budget approved by the City Council on Monday earmarks nearly half a billion dollars for homeless services, including new housing units, shelters, outreach services and sanitation teams. .

  • 5 days ago | Punk

    Singer Gene Louis is proud that he's made this thing work for two whole decades, as he should be. The seventh full-length album, Waking Up Dead, is due out this week — quite an achievement for a band that many expected to go quietly into the night...

  • 9 days ago | Punk

    Death on the Radio’s sound is coming from a dark, death-rock part of the punk spectrum. Think 45 Grave and Siouxsie & the Banshees. There are other eclectic elements, too, hence the Talking Heads and Lene Lovich covers they perform live.


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