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Film Pick: "Chasing Portraits" in Theaters Now

3 hours ago by Shana Nys Dambrot
Part “Woman in Gold” and part family home movie, with shades of “Everything Is Illuminated” and Antiques Roadshow, the documentary “Chasing Portraits” is both funnier and deeper than even its compelling premise suggests.

Light of Regeneration Gala Hosted at Cal State LA

6 hours ago by Nick Walker
The Rongxiang Xu College of Health and Human Services at California State University, Los Angeles celebrated its 2nd Annual Light of Regeneration Gala last Saturday.

Music Pick: Lil Pump, Lil Skies

6 hours ago by Shirley Ju
Lil Pump and Lil Skies on a headlining tour? ESSKEETIT! When Pump released “Gucci Gang,” the Florida rapper left the rap game in a frenzy.

Music Pick: Johnny Marr

7 hours ago by Brett Callwood
Fans of ’80s Manchester post-punk band The Smiths are a loyal bunch. Throughout the world, there are legions of devotees hanging on every (often ludicrous) word that Morrissey utters, while proudly proclaiming that Johnny Marr is up there with the best guitarists of all time.

Album of the Week: Pat Todd & the Rankoutsiders' The Past Came Callin'

8 hours ago by Brett Callwood
You really have to hand it to Berlin's Hound Gawd! Records, who provided us with last week's "Album of the Week" (The Candy Snatchers' excellent Moronic Pleasures) too. The label is putting out startlingly consistent punk rock & roll, to the point where, a with all great labels, it's worth listening to their product even if (maybe especially if) you've never heard of the artist before.

Sponge Soaks Up Fresh Glory

11 hours ago by Brett Callwood
Detroit alt-rockers Sponge may have enjoyed their best days in the '90s thanks to the Rotting Piñata album, but frontman Vinnie Dombroski has kept them breathing, releasing quality material, since then. They've seen a resurgence of late thanks to a heap of praise from Howard Stern, and they play the Whisky this week, so we chatted with Dombroski about it all.

Dance Pick: Jon Boogz and Lil Buck

11 hours ago by Ann Haskins
The two arrive with a handful of accomplished street dancers for a single performance of their highly praised Love Heals All Wounds.

Party Pick: Back in the Day with DJ Moist

12 hours ago by Lina Lecaro
DJ Moist on hump night? Kinda perfect ain't it? The L.A. based R&B and hip-hop selector can be found spinning sexy sounds on Mondays (at his long-running Moist Mondays at La Cita Bar) and Fridays (spinning '90s and early 2000 body-rockers at The Lash) but here we recommend his newest jam for a middle of the week flashback — Back In The Day at The Short Stop.

Slush: News, Culture and Trending Topics in L.A.

13 hours ago by Lina Lecaro
Rest in peace Doris Day, Tim Conway and Peggy Lipton. Rolling Stones announce make-up concert date. Go Fund Me drives to fight cancer in the music community. Marching tomorrow to protest Alabama and other conservative states' roll back of reproductive rights.

Wigs and Waffles Drag Brunch at the Standard Satisfies

14 hours ago by Michael Cooper
In a city as big as LA that has a huge drag scene, we're lucky to have many drag brunches to choose from. They seem to be popping off in every 'gayborhood' from WeHo to Silver Lake. The newest one, "Wigs and Waffles," brings a charming and fun drag brunch to the burgeoning Downtown LA gayborhood on the ground level on The Standard.


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