The good, the rad and the hungry: these and other Angelenos poured onto the plaza of the Pacific Design Center to enjoy the best food, beverages and entertainment in L.A., as judged by a publication that should know: Los Angeles magazine.
Cars and stars, under the stars: that was the scene at Santa Monica Airport's exclusive Hangar 8 for Robb Report magazine's stellar soiree, spotlighting the world's most exceptional products and services while raising money for charity.
Butch Walker vs. American Hi-Fi: Clash of the Heavyweights tour came to an end at the Roxy in Hollywood, but what an ending it was. Rocking guitars, powerful vocals, and groovy songs filled the evening along with plenty of satisfied show-goers.
It's about time the recording academy recognized the dance/ electronica genre of music, and to celebrate, they threw an amazing bash in Hollywood at the always fabulous Avalon. Performances by The Crystal Method, Paul Oakenfold, Tom "Junkie XL" Holkenborg, and artist Brian "BT" Transeau made for one stellar evening in the trance music circuit.
Budding company Aesthetic Science is attempting something quite different and unique this summer: A festival for the 21st century. Combining the very latest technology in computer games with some cool music acts of today; they attempt to create a great day of play that anybody can enjoy.
If you want to kick back at a cool Hollywood club and check out the local music scene, Industry night at Club Lingerie is the place. Every Tuesday night you'll find yourself exposed to a variety of sounds; everything from hard rock, to industrial metal, to coffeehouse pop.
If there was only convention an American anime fan could attend, Anime Expo 2004 was it. The largest Japanese animation convention in North America, Anime Expo gathered fans across the country for a full four days of workshops, panels, shows, contests, and all the anime a fan could want.