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Event Pick: The Boho Revelry of Topanga Days Returns

6 hours ago by Lina Lecaro
The ritzy hippie crowd enjoys music and revelry like nowhere else at Topanga Days every year, and 2019 offers another stellar line-up on two stages over three days.
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The 12 Best Music Shows This Week In L.A.

7 hours ago by LA Weekly
From the inspiring and eclectic goings on at Femfest to the old school punk ditties of The Stranglers and The Undertones, there's tons going on in the L.A. region this week.
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Drag in L.A.: Jackie Beat is the Queen of Queens

7 hours ago by Michael Cooper
Los Angeles was a top destination for drag even before RuPaul's Drag Race. With the show filmed here, and many staying here after their big break, the queen quotient is off the charts — and with the arrival of the 5th Annual RuPaul's DragCon at Los Angeles Convention Center this Memorial Day weekend, even more so. It's going to be a very queeny weekend in L.A. indeed. To celebrate, we're spotlighting a mix of "wo-men" who have been on the Emmy-Award winning show and some who haven't. Either way, they're all L.A. drag royalty. Here, a little appreciation for the gut-busting glamour gal that tops most drag fans' favorites list, in L.A. and beyond — the one and only Jackie Beat.
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Drag in L.A.: The Boulet Brothers Bring Dark Debauchery to Nightlife — and TV

8 hours ago by Michael Cooper
Los Angeles was a top destination for drag even before RuPaul's Drag Race, but with the show filmed here, and many staying here after their big break, the queen quotient is off the charts — and with the arrival of the 5th Annual RuPaul's DragCon at Los Angeles Convention Center this Memorial Day weekend, even more so. To celebrate, we're spotlighting a local "wo-men" who have been on the Emmy-Award winning show and some who haven't. First up, The Boulet Brothers.
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Greater Palm Springs Restaurant Week Returns May 31 Through June 9

8 hours ago by Michele Stueven
The 10-day Greater Palm Springs Restaurant week returns May 31 through June 9. Sponsored by Sysco and Agua Caliente Casinos, it showcases the area’s best culinary creations, and it's a great way to kick off summer and put the rain behind us.
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Event Pick: Fine Arts Film Festival

11 hours ago by Shana Nys Dambrot
An array of visionary narratives is celebrated annually at the Fine Arts Film Festival, whose sixth iterations spans three days and two venues, screening around 50 international projects.
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The Best Gig I Ever Saw: Teenage Bottlerocket's Ray Carlisle

12 hours ago by Brett Callwood
"The Best Gig I Ever Saw" is a weekly column that will see us ask a musician to chat about their favorite concert thus far. This week it's Ray Carlisle, frontman with Wyoming punks Teenage Bottlerocket.
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Dance Pick: Asian America: The Future is Now

12 hours ago by Ann Haskins
Straddling the intersection of Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month and LGBT History Month, this assemblage of Asian American dancers tackles themes addressing their Asian heritage and their LGBTQIA identity by injecting traditional Asian dance and ritual into contemporary dance styles.
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Ernie Barnes: An Artist and a Sportsman

13 hours ago by Siran Babayan
Professionally, Ernie Barnes was a football player for the NFL. Creatively, he was a painter. He switched careers and reinvented himself in the 1960s; the civil rights movement was breaking through, but few African-Americans were visible in mainstream museums and galleries. He would not only become a successful artist and break down racial barriers, but create one of the most recognizable and beloved works of modern art.
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The Soulful, Synthesized Sound of Lucky + Love

15 hours ago by Brett Callwood
Los Angeles synth wave duo Lucky + Love play an in-store at Pop Obscure Records on Friday, so we chatted with both of them, Loren Luck and April Love, about the past, present, and future.

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