The Offspring lead guitarist Noodles finds the punk ambassadors’ latest album, “Let the Bad Times Roll,” timely.
Julien Baker speaks with poise beyond her 25 years. The Nashville singer/songwriter displays the profound self-awareness of someone who is conscious about the impact of her words. The honesty she exhibits on her new album, “Little Oblivions,” translates seamlessly in the real world.
After a year of struggles, the Los Angeles Ballet artistic directors are inviting their patrons to an entertaining evening of all-out celebration.
Mike Posner has spent the last 11 years climbing the charts. Now, the Detroit-born singer-songwriter-producer will attempt to summit the tallest mountain on Earth — Mount Everest.
Social media scares Landon Jacobs, the 30-year-old frontman of the California rock band Sir Sly. He admitted one of his recent endeavors — creating a Tik Tok account — was not something he was initially comfortable with.
After 12 months of planning, U.K.-based Pirate has come to LA, offering 24-hour, keyless, contactless, affordable studios for members of the creative community.
It didn’t take a mass shooting on the other side of the country to make East West Players intimately familiar with Asian Pacific Islander hatred and the fiery rhetoric of the past year.
Erin Yoshi dreams of a world in which people can live in harmony with nature. A world that respects divergent cultures. A world where people are not afraid of violence or exploitation.
In response to the ongoing statewide restrictions put into place over the last year, SoCal Museums and the California Association of Museums have joined in a collective effort to support health guidelines across the state.