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"East Los High": Groundbreaking or Stereotypical?

With the first ever all-Latino cast in an English-language series, East Los High has been hailed as a groundbreaking show. Whether it lives up to the hype is a matter of debate. Read more...

The Most Successful Failure in the U.S. Rides a Giant Albino Rat: Meet Swamp Dogg

He rides giant albino rats. He earned a spot on Richard Nixon’s "enemies list." And he's playing at the Echo this Saturday. Meet Swamp Dogg. Read more...

The Mad, Visionary Motorcycles of Ian Barry

Inspired by the untamable falcon, his hand-crafted bikes are more art than vehicle. Read more...

Adult Swim: 10 Summer Pool Parties in Los Angeles

Indulge in a day of poolside luxury. Read more...

Night at the Museum: LACMA Stays Open Late on Fridays

Sate your late-night gallery cravings this summer. Read more...

Celebrate the 4th of July in Downtown

Picnic, pop it and park it at Grand Park's first-ever 4th of July Block Party. Read more...

More than a Muse: Pattie Boyd's Unseen Photography

The Beatles, Eric Clapton, and the spirit of the '60s--Boyd unveils the past with her latest photography exhibition. Read more...

Project Bronzeville: Remembering a Forgotten Era in Little Tokyo

Using art, theater, and music to explore a bygone period in downtown L.A. Read more...

The Art of Anarchy: MOCAtv Explores Iconic Punk Imagery

"The Art of Punk," MOCAtv’s micro-doc series, delves into the iconic logos that ruled the punk movement. Read more...

Honest, Awkward, and Lesbian: 'Little Horribles' Hits the Web

Amy York Rubin, creator of the darkly funny new web series "Little Horribles," talks "Girls," the lez world, and feeling out of place. Read more...

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