This May 1 at the REDCAT Theatre in downtown L.A., four artists present their cross-disciplinary collaboration, Transparent Cities. Alternating between two vantages (Valencia and Highland Park), the work forms a study of the city via overlapping visual and aural field recordings.
I'm pleased to announce that the Money Bomb Against Monsanto has been officially launched!
I help lead one of America's cities -- Portland, Oregon. It is known for being a well-planned city. It's not. At least, not as well as we want it to be. And not as well planned as every American city must be.
On Monday, April 30 the U.S. Supreme Court declined to review a Ninth Circuit decision that allowed an inmate to sue the Los Angeles County Sheriff for injuries received while confined.
When I'm asked about my favorite restaurants, and inevitably I am, one of the first places that springs to mind is Michael's. I doubt I'm alone in that regard.
If the mainstream media was confused about Occupy Wall Street in its early days in Zuccotti Park, they're bound to be completely befuddled this May Day. The day is about showing up and protesting, but also building the world we want.
The L.A. disturbances weren't inevitable, but you could see why they happened. Looking deeper, it all makes sense.
Glamour caters to a specific audience demographic: white, heterosexual middle and upper class women. However, I'm concerned with how "30 Things Every Woman Should Have and Should Know by the Time She's 30" is marketed to speak for all women. Consider this my response.
As I watched the advancing columns of smoke as the marauders shifted from points south toward Hollywood -- burning, looting and killing along the way -- it became clear that we were in the crosshairs and there was no one to call.
Free the Animals tells the riveting, real-life story of the people who put on disguises, use fake IDs, or jimmy their way into laboratories in order to carry out the daring rescues of animals used in experiments and of the insiders, the whistleblowers, who risk their jobs to help them.
Los Angeles Art Show,
Los Angeles Art,
Give Kids The World,
Los Angeles Art Exhibits,
My Little Pony,
My Little Pony, the doe-eyed, sweet little pinnacle of sexually ambiguous innocence, will be the center of attention at Hasbro's MY LITTLE PONY Project 2012, a charity art exhibition.
Dr. Remo Roth,
The patriarch is not only external but exists inside of all of us. Until we can transmute the inner authority that denies quantum leaps generated by multiple expanding consciousness, we cannot embody a new cyclical paradigm. The artist shows us the way.
Should disabled litigants be forced to elect between the loss of wealth and opportunities, or alternatively, going broke engaging in excessive litigation? Isn't that just another way of starving the little guy's interests out of court on account of their disability?
Green Line To LAX,
Los Angeles Sports Arena,
Los Angeles Mas,
Madison Square Garden,
Westside Subway Extension,
Los Angeles News
How was the Bruce Springsteen show? Probably the best I have ever seen. While that's no understatement, the real show in L.A. opened this morning at 5 am when the Expo Line started running between downtown and La Cienega Blvd.
On June 5, Californians will have the opportunity to pass Proposition 29, the California Cancer Research Act. By adding $1 tax per pack of cigarettes and equivalent tax on other tobacco products, Prop 29 will save an estimated 104,500 lives from premature smoking-caused deaths.
Cedars-Sinai Medical Center,
Dr. Glenn Braunstein,
Dangers Of Sitting,
Sitting And Health,
Los Angeles News
A growing body of scientific study, "inactivity research," shows that prolonged sitting can lead to serious health problems, regardless of whether you exercise and are at fighting weight.
Burbank Senior Artists Colony,
Forget bingo and donuts. Real estate developer Tim Carpenter is quietly revolutionizing senior living, creating affordable communities focused on wellness, life-long learning, community building, and intergenerational arts programs.
As a community activist and local professor, we are first-person witnesses to the undeniable reality that poverty and economic distress -- not race -- were the primary factors in the upheaval in Los Angeles twenty years ago.