3 months ago | Comedy
In the 1980s, heavy metal was dangerous. Hard rock’s subgenre became a societal scapegoat, blamed for corrupting young people’s minds and inciting deaths. Bands went to court and even the Senate to defend lyrics about Satanism, violence, drugs and...
5 months ago | Comedy
The Get Brown uses sketch comedy to examine and parody South-Asian/American dual identities, and show audiences that Indian entertainment goes way beyond Bollywood.
7 months ago | Art
In March, Glendale's Roslin Art Gallery and WeHo-based Gay and Lesbian Armenian Society (GALAS) announced they would co-host "The Many Faces of Armenians: A Celebration of Queer-Armenian Art," a small but significant group show that's the first of...
8 months ago | People 2018
Drew Droege is so prolific on YouTube that he doesn't even know how many videos he's done. The comedic actor has impersonated Chloe Sevigny and ex–Charlie's Angel Tanya Roberts, voiced an animated unicorn and depicted enough bitchy gay men to riva...
2 years ago | Comedy
Over the weekend, UCB hosted its inaugural two-day Comedy Yard Sale benefiting the American Civil Liberties Union of Southern California. The Sunset Boulevard theater’s Inner Sanctum Café was packed from wall to wall with all manner of treasures, ...
2 years ago | Photography
One of the first images in Emmy-winning filmmaker and photographer Lauren Greenfield’s expansive monograph, Generation Wealth, is of a group of seventh graders at Crossroads School in Santa Monica waving around $100 bills. “If you are doing a stor...