Presented by performance-art journal Native Strategies, the two-night Rituals and Congregations event features artist Amanda Yates channeling the spirit of Los Angeles.
As Californians, we're very picky about our pizza. And we have a lot of options. I personally have about a dozen choices between my place and Joe's, but if I want real New York-style pizza, why settle?
Is February really here? How can that be! Here are some ideas for enjoying the upcoming brisk and sunny weekend.
While we're busy trying to convince ourselves that we don't want to go to Cochella - because really, who are the Stone Roses? - we'll be gorging on lobsters, meeting up with a Swedish dance duo, watching miniature films and learning how to make perfect cocktails.
Now that all of the holiday parties are officially over, it's time for the Spare Room at the Roosevelt Hotel to get back to its tournament series. In addition to the bowling league, there are a series tournies in the gaming lounge.
Between now and February 1, more than 250 participating restaurants will offer specials which display the creativity that is taking place in kitchens all over the city.
Sunday morning, check out the German sausage pop-up Knackig at Mignon downtown. They had us at bottomless mimosas and breakfast brats.
Tonight is opening night of Art Los Angeles Contemporary. Now in its fourth year, the fair presents 70 international and emerging galleries with a focus on Los Angeles.
From ballet to fabulous anime, with some delicious meals in between, there's lots to enjoy here in L.A. as January draws to a close.
Aww, a miniature week! Isn't it cute? After three glorious days off, an inauguration to remember, and maybe a little loafing around, we're psyched to dive into the week ahead (even if we have to go back to work, BLURGH).
In a rare harmonizing of coastal rivalry, New York's Central Park and Los Angeles' Santa Monica Pier are teaming up to raise the bar on large-scale community programming (this means your summer just got a little more kick-ass).
Dita unveiled her first fragrance, Dita Von Teese, in Germany in 2011, and has just introduced it in the U.S., along with her second fragrance, Rouge.
Someone had to pick up the slack after Campanile closed and there was no longer grilled cheese Thursdays. Taste on Melrose has stepped up to the challenge, now serving a special grilled cheese menu every Tuesday.
Beneath the glitz and glamour of the showbiz capital of the world is a sprawling city with neighborhoods catering to every personality imaginable, ensuring endless possibilities of activity for anyone.
We've got a big weekend ahead of us -- literally. Three whole days to do whatever we want?! We almost didn't know where to start. Almost.