Gwynedd Stuart, L.A. Weekly's arts and culture editor, is an award-winning writer and editor who's worked for prestigious alt-weeklies from Florida to Chicago. She loves L.A. the best, though.
12 months ago | Culture
Last September, a company called Touch launched in Beijing. The share economy is apparently even more popular in China than it is here, so Touch entered the marketplace offering items that were previously unavailable for short-term rental: li...
1 year ago | Death
At 8:13 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 19, Charles Manson, a short, delusional asshole who tried to start a race war by instructing his "family" of followers to kill a slew of innocent people, died in a Kern County hospital. The murders the Manson Family co...
1 year ago | Museums
The NHMLA iteration of the traveling exhibit has 3,000 additional square feet of artifacts, all specific to L.A.'s tattoo history and extant tattoo culture.
An L.A. Artist Whose Work Was Used by Russian Facebook Trolls Strikes Back With the Talking Trump Doll1 year ago | Creatives
On Nov. 1, L.A.-based artist Nicole Daddona woke up to a very 2017 email. The previous day, Democrats on the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence had released a series of Facebook advertisements that had been purchased by Russian ...
1 year ago | Culture
If you're happy but no one on social media knows it, are you really happy? Like, if you're happy but no one on Instagram can see you physically twirling around like a maniac inside a room full of confetti or rapturously cramming a rainbow-colored ...
1 year ago | Arts
Dia de los Muertos is technically over with, but in Grand Park, Day of the Dead lives on. Throughout the park, more than 50 altars honoring dead loved ones as well as commissioned works of art are still on display. Between Grand Avenue and Hill St...