When Semisonic scored a hit with the 1998 last-call anthem “Closing Time,” the Grammy-nominated song became bigger than the trio.
When William Loving wrote his first novel, “City of Angles,” he wanted to focus on something meaningful to him: the importance of community and recovering from tragedy.
Jazz singer Dante Chambers has used his improvisation skills many times throughout his life, whether he’s performing music, digging out of the trenches of homelessness or helping his peers.
Earlier this year, Brad Arnold was preparing to celebrate the 20th anniversary of 3 Doors Down’s debut, “The Better Life,” when the pandemic hit.
Celebrated actor and activist James Cromwell hopes to see theater head in a different direction, in light of social injustices and the COVID-19 pandemic.
To change the narrative on the stories told from Skid Row and the story of his life, Christopher N. bought a $25 computer from a thrift store and started making music.
As the coronavirus restrictions remain, The Museum of Contemporary Art at 250 S. Grand Avenue, Downtown, is raising urgently needed funds while brightening Angelenos’ day.
Greg Dulli has long admired fellow musician Laura Marling. When the Afghan Whigs frontman saw her perform virtually, he had to follow in her musical footsteps.
The Music Center’s annual Dance DTLA series returns for its 16th year, but this year it’s virtual. From Bollywood to hip-hop and K-Pop to salsa, the nine-week free program grants viewers 45 minutes of beginner-level dance classes taught by local, esteemed LA instructors.