Host Steve Chiotakis connects you to the people and places of Southern California.
The iconic Roxy Theatre turned 50 this month. Neil Young kicked off the anniversary celebrations, and Rickie Lee Jones will keep them going with a performance in October.
A new, three-year collective history project from the nonprofit Clockshop is gathering stories and memories from rapidly changing communities along the LA River.
Artist Jane Tsong’s Underflow LA is a project showcasing underground river sounds from across the city. Her site is scheduled to stay up through October.
Yunte Huang’s final book in his Rendezvous with American History trilogy focuses on the remarkable life of Chinese American actress Anna May Wong.
Last weekend, about 1,000 people gathered at the LA International Ukulele Festival in Torrance to celebrate the little instrument with a big following.
The LA Public Library acquired thousands of unpublished celebrity pictures by John Verzi. They were auctioned off to the library after the postal worker’s death in 2018.
The Pizza Strike Fund is a grassroots effort to feed Hollywood writers and actors. Volunteers have delivered over 2,500 cheesy and meaty pies to picket lines since May.
For 15 years, the Hola México Film Festival has been bringing the best of Mexican cinema to Los Angeles. Now they’re celebrating with a big quinceañera party.
Nick Offerman is best known as an actor (Parks and Recreation), but he’s also an author. His latest book, Where the Deer and the Antelope Play, is coming out in paperback.
Mooncakes are traditionally eaten to celebrate the annual Mid-Autumn Festival, one of the key holidays in Chinese culture. Here’s where you can buy them in LA.
The LA Unified school board is voting on a policy that could prevent charter schools from moving onto the campuses of some traditional public schools.
The Writers Guild of America has reached a tentative agreement with the AMPTP after months of strikes. What does that mean for SAG-AFTRA?
As fall begins, LA will see big restaurant openings, including a world-renowned taquero and venues by Michelin-starred chefs.
This week, renowned bass player Stanley Clarke began a three-year residency at the BroadStage. He gave SMC students a master class, and will perform on September 23.
Beit T’Shuvah, a Jewish rehab facility, teaches people how to bake challah as a form of community building. The experience has special meaning during the High Holy days.
A lucrative industry has formed around moving rent-controlled tenants out of their homes. A new investigation from LA Public Press looks into it.
The Vintage Synthesizer Museum draws keyboard fans to Highland Park for classes, vibey sound baths, and a chance to play on its rare synth collection.
Analia Saban’s new show, “Synthetic Self,” explores technology and global warming-related anxiety. It’s located at two LA galleries: Sprüth Magers and Tanya Bonakdar.
High school students from Boyle Heights built a hydrogen-powered race car and competed against teams from all over the world over the weekend. How did they fare?
Rashaad Newsome’s new exhibit “Hands Performance” explores the history of queer Black cultural expression and how it’s shaping the future.
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