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Kellyn Kawaguchi

Prohibition Ball

Flash back to the Roaring Twenties, when America was in the midst of the Prohibition: Booze was banned, stealthy speakeasies adorned Washington Boulevard, and the Culver Hotel was making its grand debut — and smuggling illicit alcohol through its underground tunnels. The grand old hotel marks its 90th anniversary with......

Bingo Boy's Legendary Bingo

Don't get your balls in a bunch - you're going to want them called out so you can complete a row! Bingo Boy's Legendary Bingo promises entertainment, ridiculousness and, of course, drag queen bingo hostesses to ensure a night that's nothing short of fabulous. Don't think they're about to back......

The Working Poet Radio Show

Whether it's Twitter, YouTube or Instagram, digital media are changing the business world, one click at a time. The whole concept of sharing has swiftly become more than social, and if you've seen Jon Favreau's latest film, Chef, you'll understand how quickly your Twitter game can change your career. Enter......

Fiesta Hermosa

Kick-start the summer with a trip to the beach. And while you're there, why not pay a visit to one of the largest arts & crafts fairs in Southern California? For 42 years, Fiesta Hermosa has been celebrated every Memorial Day and Labor Day weekend. This year, the festival is......

Dancescape

From bellydance to ballet and everything in between, Dancescape is about to give Los Angeles a multifaceted dance experience focused on passion and positive change. The benefit dance concert was created by Jamie Gregor in 2004 for two reasons: to create an opportunity for the those who hadn't had a......

Cinco de Mayo Festival

Forget that cheesy bar offering 2-for-1 margaritas. For a more authentic way to celebrate Cinco de Mayo, head on over to one of Los Angeles' oldest calles, Olvera Street, which is hosting a weekend celebration to honor Mexico's 1862 victory over French forces in Puebla. At the marketplace's 84th annual......
Olvera Street is celebrating its 84th annual Cinco de Mayo Festival. The colorful marketplace will be extra festive with mariachis

5 Fun Things To Do in L.A. This Week For $10 or Less

This week is dedicated to fun - in all shapes and sizes! From celebrating Cinco de Mayo to simply enjoying free comic book giveaways, there's a ton of different events. Feeling charitable? Eat Your Art Out is putting the "art" in party so be prepared for an atypical, but amped-up,......

Part Two: The Sequel Show

All good things must come to an end, including your favorite movies - so why not prolong the fun? Part Two: The Sequel Show, aka (tongue-in-cheek) "the 64th Annual Pitchies," are here, and they promise to be as exciting as ever. The Pitchies feature a lineup of comedians - Eddie......
Bourgoyen Early Autumn

5 Intriguing Things To Do in L.A. This Week For $15 or Less

Interested in the interesting? Well, look no further. This week's events are completely different, yet bound to intrigue. The Photo Independent Art Fair is pulling out all the stops, fixes and hypo clears to bring you some beautiful images. If you're feeling on the silly side, then Part Two: The Sequel Show promises......
The Decline of Western Civilization and The Decline of Western Civilization Part III will be screened at LACMA on Fri.

5 Unique Things to Do in L.A. This Week For $5 or Less

This week comes with a wide variety of events. Treat your tastebuds to an exciting evening out at the KTOWN Night Market or get high off good vibes at a special 4/20 performance by the Upright Citizens Brigade. Interested in a quiet night in? Lucky for you, there's also the......