Articles in the Art+Culture Category
Pit Bulls, a breed that most deem aggressive, but in reality that aggression we’ve seen from them has been the lack of attention, affection, and training from their owners.
Bill Murray has a new comedy coming out this fall titled St. Vincent. The film follows a man who befriends his
All of Southern California will be lighting-up the sky, from the Hollywood Bowl to Pasadena, to Long Beach and back. Check out the top places to enjoy a night out on the 4th!
You don’t need a time machine to re-live those childhood summer camp memories, there is now a summer camp all for adults called Camp Grounded.
It seems like Wacom is stepping up their game, along with a purchase of a tablet you get a free owl.
The weather couldn’t of been any more perfect, as Long Beach gave a sunny welcome to the bi-annual Patchwork Indie Arts & Crafts Festival. This is the sixth year Patchwork has made an appearance in the city, and every year it seems to get bigger and better. The outdoor craft fair made the Marine Stadium Park its temporary home, with over 200 vendors bringing their handmade goods, which included: clothing, food, artwork, accessories, plants, home décor, jewelry, etc.
Unseen Warhol films are getting a new light, as Dean Wareham curates “Exposed: Songs for Unseen Warhol Films.”
American author, poet, and civil rights activist Maya Angelou has passed away early Wednesday, at the age of 86.
This past weekend was spent on the Northern California coast in celebration of my twenty-third year of life. I’ve spent this past year in search of fulfillment after ending a college soccer career and seeing a world of opportunity open up to me. I began taking photos, and saw the city…
The 5th annual Los Angeles Vegan Beer and Food Festival came to life in the middle of the Sunset Strip, surrounded by historic clubs like Whiskey A Go-Go, the Roxy, and Rainbow Bar and Gril