We get to spring our clocks forward this weekend, which means less sleep, sure, but also more sun. Nothing makes us happier than leaving work when it's still light outside, so we're very much looking forward to the change in both clocks and seasons.
Hello, February! With gorgeous weather and plenty of exciting shows in town, you'll be torn between heading inside for some culture and enjoying our sunny winter weather. Why not do a little of both this weekend?
Don't worry, broke girls, we're feeling more well-adjusted to our non-holiday lifestyle now that we're suddenly halfway through January. What better way to celebrate our new sunny outlook, than to bundle up and take ourselves on the week-long joyride that we deserve?
When you're not shivering from the low temperatures, consider taking the youngest in your family for a sleepover at the Skirball, checking out photo l.a. on a date night, and taking in the best magic show we've seen for a long time.
Before reality hits hard and we actually have to work a full week again, we're planning on spending the first weekend of lucky 2013 all over town: checking out shows, trying new restaurants and feeding our newly-rested minds with art and movies.
Fast away the old year passes! As the sand runs through the hour glass for 2012, take a break from shopping and cooking to enjoy each other. Here are our ideas for some fun ideas for the next two weeks.
With Halloween right around the corner, we're caught up in decorating and costuming. Here are a few picks to keep up with culture while you celebrate what's become the most popular holiday of the year: October 31!
From September through December wild Up presents four distinct projects inspired by the Hammer's unique public spaces. Artists create site-specific projects that investigate the social and sonic nature of public space.
Like conservatives who write pleasant histories that ignore segregation and child labor, Deitch-bashers speak of the good old days at MOCA that were more insider and downright icky than most anything old Mitt Romney could be hiding.
As a rule, museums put on display only the best, only the crème de la crème of their collections, which counts for roughly 5 percent of everything that they have in storage. But what about the other 95 percent?