Downtown Los Angeles has been known for its artistic, edgy, underground scene. Adding fuel to the fire is House of Guvera, a space that is created by a small group of core music fanatics, opening it's doors in downtown LA in the arts district
Written by former Navy pilot Chuck Faerber, Zulu Time is an insider’s story about men, machines, race, rank, war, sexuality, and longing aboard ship during training exercises just off the coast of Los Angeles, the smoke from the Watts riots in view
In the last year or so, Austrian based artist Sara Von Kienegger has been exploring opportunities in the art arena in America and has not hesitated to commit to a substantial investment in artistic endeavors in general.
The Montana Avenue Art Walk and Music Festival will take place Thursday, July 16th from 5:00 pm to 9:00 pm. Art will be featured as well as live music by local bands and singers/guitarists performing throughout the night.
1937 Moscow... Heavy drinker Alexander Mushkin, playing Comrade Rabbit in a children's show, is suddenly summoned “to give testimony at Secret Police headquarters regarding subversive activities at the Moscow Art Theatre...” What to do?
Love Ride 2015 will include:45 mile ride, two concerts, celebrity guests, custom bike & stunt shows, food trucks, exhibition fair & drawings for exclusive motorcycle items & prizes. The event will benefit Wounded Warrior Project
A Navy pilot’s refusal to apologize for voicing an urge to bomb the Watts rioters threatens to ignite mutiny on a warship headed for Vietnam, awakening ghosts from past battles. Testosterone and jet aviation fuel can be a lethal mix
The Elephant Theatre Company is producing its last production at the infamous Lillian Theatre in Theatre Row Hollywood. After The Great Divide closes on August 29th, The Lillian Theater will close its doors
Roald Dahl’s “Matilda, The Musical” is on Stage at the Ahmanson Theatre. The national touring company production is basically a giant piece of cotton candy that once consumed, will leave a sugary aftertaste in your mouth
A poignant look at justice and the human spirit as told through the eyes of a young girl, Christopher Sergel’s stage adaptation of To Kill A Mockingbird continues this summer’s “Americana” season at Will Geer’s Theatricum Botanicum