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Women's March L.A. Takes to the Streets Again This Weekend

2 months ago by Lina Lecaro
Two years into Trump's presidency, the third annual L.A. Women's March: Truth to Power might be its most hopeful gathering yet. Providing a model for mobilization, advocacy and resistance in the wake of the 45th POTUS' shocking win, the march started a movement that has resulted in more gender and racial diversity in the House of Representatives and a focus on accountability, unity and solidarity for protecting the rights of women and other marginalized groups in the United States.
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L.A. Weekly's Movie Guide: Big Names and Holiday Fun

3 months ago by Nathaniel Bell
Bumblebee is the cutest, gentlest title for a rock-'em sock-'em robot movie yet, but it fits well with this sixth installment of the enormously popular (or just plain enormous) Transformers franchise. Directed by Travis Knight (Kubo and the Two Strings) and starring Hailee Steinfeld, the film is an origin story that details the relationship between a troubled teen and a giant hunk of sentient alien metal conveniently disguised as a yellow Volkwagen Beetle.
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Downtown L.A. Embraces the Concept of the Kunsthalle

4 months ago by Shana Nys Dambrot
Non-profit and without permanent collections, but still producing shows on the elevated scale of larger galleries, charging no admission, but pursuing ambitious programming, these active, regional spots both directly enliven their own neighborhoods and engage in international conversations. As a bonus for architecture buffs, these venues frequently employ an adaptive reuse approach to renovating industrial and/or historic locations.
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Carnage Asada Bring Spicy Sounds to Benefit

9 months ago by Brett Callwood
Let’s face it — it all starts with that name. When you’re scanning listings, looking for a plan for your evening’s entertainment, and you see the words Carnage Asada, there’s no way to ignore that. The group have, in fact, been around since 1989 and feature Dave Travis on cello...
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Summer Is the Season for Music Festivals — Here Are the Best in SoCal and Beyond

9 months ago by Paul Rogers
A comprehensive listing of where to go to hear live music, whether you're looking for metal, reggae, EDM, electro, drum 'n' bass or something else entirely.
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Best of L.A.: Music — R&B, Country, Pop, Jazz and Everything Else

9 months ago by L.A. Weekly
Music encompasses so many categories and crossovers, and we had to put them all somewhere. Here's the "everything else" list.
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From the Mountains to the Sea: Chasing the End of the Spring Classical Season

9 months ago by Falling James
From within the rippling metallic wings of Disney Hall down to the port of Long Beach and back to the very top of Mount Wilson and deep inside the guts of adjoining San Gabriel Peak, there was an astonishing variety of radical avant-garde chamber music and more traditional operatic and classical music in L.A. County this past weekend.
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Blink-182, Descendents, Fear and More Line Up for MusINK 2018

1 year ago by Brett Callwood
It’s been more than a decade since the very first MusINK Festival was held at the Orange County Fair and Event Center in Costa Mesa. That first three-day show featured an early version of Steel Panther (then called Metal Skool), Tiger Army and The Used, plus a handful more metal and punk bands, and about 200 of the best tattoo artists from around the world.
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Chance the Rapper Took a Rowdy Day N Night Crowd to Church

2 years ago by Lynn Q. Yu
And YG got the crowd hyped with his anti-Trump anthem "FDT." But otherwise, political messages were largely absent from the hip-hop festival at Angel Stadium.

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