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Music Pick: The Coathangers

1 day ago by Falling James
Outraged by the rise in gun violence in this country, The Coathangers put the National Rifle Association squarely in the cross-hairs for once, and the two-minute-plus blast "F the NRA" is a good example of how timely and relevant punk rock can still be.

Music Pick: Texacala Jones

2 days ago by Falling James
Texacala Jones has long been one of the most fascinating and charismatic performers to come out of this city. As leader of Tex & the Horseheads, she alternated between exhilarating, feral outbursts of unrestrained cowpunk passion (“Oh Mother”) and poignant, heart-catching balladry (“Big House, Part III”), mixing blues and punk into a rambunctious roots-rock collision that was distinguished further by her charmingly absurd stream-of-consciousness patter between songs.

TV Party: Watch Masked Singers, Awkward Tweens, Shady Lawyers and Air Jordans This Week

2 days ago by Lina Lecaro
From The Masked Singer to Pen15, there's some weird and wonderful stuff to watch this week on Fox and Hulu.

Lethal Looks: The Club Scene's Secret Valentine

3 days ago by Lina Lecaro
Growing up in L.A. and frequenting nightclubs, art shows and punk gigs, Danny Fuentes became a fan, follower and friend to purveyors of alternative fashion, which led to creating spaces for them in his own gallery and club events. In this L.A. Weekly Friday fashion feature, Fuentes shoots and spotlights the most creative creatures and clothes whores in Los Angeles, beloved in the clubs and on Instagram. This week: the mysterious chic of Valentine Anger.

Black Girl Magic Aims to Inspire Women of Color in Business

3 days ago by Lina Lecaro
The trend toward empowerment events aimed at encouraging entrepreneurship and business advancement for women is a much needed and welcome one amid these challenging times for anyone who identifies as female. But women of color have an additional and unique set of concerns that aren't always addressed at these types of gatherings. That's where Boss Women's Black Girl Magic comes in.

High Femme Feels at Burgundy Room Gallery’s Reopening

3 days ago by Beige Luciano-Adams
From pinups and Elvis drag to motherhood and martyrdom, artists and their muses last week explored fierce currents and subtle edges of feminine beauty at “Art of Female,” the Burgundy Room Gallery’s grand reopening show. Curator and multihyphenate talent Vanessa Burgundy returned to the space with a collection of local favorites and out-of-town surprises, all in keeping with the venue’s punk rock roots.

10 of the Best Cartoon Theme Songs

3 days ago by Brett Callwood
Nostalgia can be a powerful emotion, particularly when it's tied to our childhood. Many of us can recall a time before on-demand TV, when we had to wait for those Saturday morning and after-school windows to watch our beloved cartoons. And as much as we loved to lose ourselves in the stories, we can recite the lyrics to the theme songs at a moment's notice despite not hearing them for years.

14 Best Things to Do in L.A. This Week

3 days ago by LA Weekly
From a cat video festival, to a vampire ball, to Fluxus-related performances and more, here are the 14 best things to do in Los Angeles this week!

L.A. Weekly Movie Pick: UCLA Festival of Preservation

3 days ago by Nathaniel Bell
The UCLA Festival of Preservation, an annual fixture in the City of Angels, has been condensed into a single weekend for the first time.

Santa Monica Celebration at the Golden Bull and a Wine Weekend in Santa Ynez

3 days ago by Michele Stueven
Anniversary celebrations at Santa Monica's Huckleberry Bakery Cafe and 70 years of the Golden Bull, plus a wine weekend in Santa Ynez — here’s what’s popping up in and around L.A. this week.


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