Falling James

 

Falling James is a writer whose work has appeared in numerous publications.

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  • 10 days ago | Performance Art

    John Fleck's solo show "Blacktop Highway: a gothic horror screenplay’d on one man’s body" begins its run on Friday, Nov. 9, at West L.A.'s Odyssey Theatre. Ahead of the opening, the revered performance artist tells L.A. Weekly about the inspiratio...

  • 12 days ago | Interviews

    It’s always a special occasion when Sparks singer Russell Mael and his keyboardist brother, Ron Mael, play a show in their hometown of Los Angeles. The duo, who are scheduled to perform consecutive nights downtown at the Palace Theatre on Wednesda...

  • Since 2011, Deap Vally have been one of Los Angeles’ most intriguing hard-rock duos, slamming together blues and grunge riffs with occasional hints of punk on their two albums, Sistrionix (2013) and Femejism (2016). But singer-guitarist Lindsey Tr...

  • 23 days ago | Art

    The Fluxus Festival, which occurs primarily at Disney Hall and runs through June, celebrates the madcap collision of art, music, words and ideas from the contrarian group of multidisciplinary artists who composed the Fluxus scene in the 1960s and ...

  • “I’m forever the new girl,” Laura Jean Anderson says. The local singer-guitarist is talking about her regular appearances over the past two years with retro-jazz combo The Hi Fi Honeydrops, but she could just as easily be describing the ways she h...

  • 1 month ago | Homeless

    The quaint stereotype of the homeless person as a grizzled wino who chooses to drink all day and be lazy is quickly becoming a mythical cliché of the past. Of course, living on the streets is a job in itself, from finding safe food, water and rest...

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