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It's Time to Listen to Our Better Angels on China

4 months ago by Nick Walker
Had Better Angels come out five years ago, maybe around the time its production began, this writer may not have recommended immediately running out to see it. However, in today’s political climate, it feels not only important but necessary. Better Angels provides the angle on the U.S.-China relationship that is missing from news media, and for us as informed citizens, it is essential viewing.

Four Continents’ Ice Storm Leaves Anaheim Covered in Sequins and Teddy Bears

5 days ago by Falling James
Halley’s Comet swings by this part of the galaxy every 75 years or so, and high-level figure-skating competitions land in Southern California just about as often. So it was a big deal for local skate fans when Honda Center in Anaheim was selected as the site of this past weekend’s Four Continents Figure Skating Championships, a gathering of many of the world’s best skaters competing in the sport’s four major disciplines: ladies’ singles, men’s singles, pair skating and ice dancing.

L.A. Weekly Movie Pick: Screening Abstract Filmmaker Malcom Le Grice

6 days ago by Nathaniel Bell
L.A. Filmforum's collaboration with REDCAT, "Malcolm Le Grice: Before and After Cinema," a retrospective of renowned artist and avant-garde filmmaker Malcolm Le Grice, continues this week.

GoLA Pick: Bringing Cave Paintings to Life

11 days ago by Falling James
Conductor Gustavo Dudamel leads the L.A. Philharmonic in the U.S. premiere of Tan Dun's Buddha Passion, an oratorio based on fables inspired by the Dunhuang Cave paintings in China.

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

12 days ago by L.A. Weekly
From an exhibit in a mausoleum featuring art from Night Gallery to a play about Frida Kahlo to free bagels and more, here are the 14 best things to do in Los Angeles this week!

Valentine's Gifts for the Cannabis Lover You Love

14 days ago by Jimi Devine
Picking the right cannabis accessories for Valentine’s Day is super important. You could accidentally get your hands on some dope purple and get stuck to the couch. There goes that dinner reservation you booked in September because you’re a thinker.

Chef Casey Lane Redefines L.A.'s Boutique Hotel Scene

20 days ago by Michele Stueven
At first glance, he looks like any tattooed kid you’d see weaving in and out of pedestrian traffic on Figueroa on his skateboard. In reality, he’s the maestro of the mushroom, the hangar steak hero and bone marrow virtuoso of Los Angeles. But Casey Lane’s vision goes way beyond the kitchen — he has redefined hotel dining in Los Angeles.

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

19 days ago by L.A. Weekly
From a convention devoted to cookies, to art exhibits celebrating animals, David Hockney and Alison Saar, to a reading by Janet Fitch and more, here are the 13 best things to do in Los Angeles this week!

Gang of Four Ask America If We're Happy Now

21 days ago by Brett Callwood
Let's not mince words here. Entertainment!, the 1979 debut album from Leeds, England, band Gang of Four, is one of the best post-punk albums born across the pond. In fact, scrub that. It's one of the best punk albums (period) that came from anywhere. Somehow soulful and also mechanical in that sexy, Berlin-esque way, the band wrote progressive lyrics that are as timely today as they ever were. It's a bona fide classic, and they continued to put out quality material over the following 30 years.

NAMM Show Returns to Anaheim Convention Center, Bigger and Better Than Ever

26 days ago by Lina Lecaro
If technology is killing the music industry, you wouldn't know it by walking the floor of the Anaheim Convention Center in late January when the NAMM (National Association of Music Merchants) Show takes over the entirety of the massive events space. Founded in 1901, the event has grown exponentially in size and scope, showcasing musical instruments, pro audio gear, event tech equipment and so much more for an estimated 115,000 attendees. L.A. Weekly takes a look inside the convention- the history, the vendors, the parties and the music lovers who flock to the annual event to geek and rock out.


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