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The internet provides a quick and painless way to buy anything your heart desires- books, decor, sex toys, even weed. But it will never be an experience. The internet does not have knowledgable shop-keepers to talk to or ask questions nor do they have an environment that puts the wares into context. The right music, eye-catching displays, and the cool people inside L.A.'s brick and mortar spaces make them destinations. Here are some of the best for a true retail adventure.
Los Angeles is a hotbed of live music, and L.A. Weekly is here to help navigate this embarrassment of riches. From local indie-pop project Mini Bear to Freddie Gibbs, Nine Inch Nails and a pairing of Pylon Reenactment Society and Alice Bag, and a songwriting competition for charity, here are the 12 best music shows in Los Angeles this week!
As equality and acceptance for the LGBTQ community slowly becomes the norm across the nation, a beautiful by-product has emerged: There are more places than ever for people of all sexual preferences to come together and party. Here in L.A., queer nightlife has long been a primary source for joyful revelry and creative expression, and promoters and owners alike keep evolving, growing and "(gay)me-changing" beyond social stereotypes, with new hot spots in new parts of town.
Neil Hamburger Spaceland, March 30 Walking on stage cradling three drinks in his arms, Neil Hamburger makes his first impression on the audience by spilling them slowly onto his own tuxedo while setting up his notes on the monitors in front of him. Much of the booze in his glasses...
It's only been 15 months since the reigning RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars queen, Alaska Thunderfuck, was crowned the winner of season two. Nevertheless, with over 100 queens having appeared as contestants on the show, it's not out of the question to have an entirely new group of All Stars competing for the crown such a short time later. L.A. Weekly spoke to three L.A.-based All Stars queens: Morgan McMichaels, Shangela Laquifa Wadley and Trixie Mattel.
If you're a fan of LGBT content or you’ve finished all the titles Netflix has to offer, consider switching over to Dekkoo. It’s a subscription-based streaming service dedicated to gay men, with an even larger collection of gay-centered content than Netflix or Amazon Video. Once you make the plunge, one web-series worth checking out is I'm Fine, whose second season premieres Jan. 25.