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The Great Horror Campout: Where Things Go Bump in the Night

Bring your own hockey mask, fishing hook, and bloody axe -- and don't ask what anyone did last summer. Read more...

Where There's A Wheel...

The Santa Monica Museum of Art’s Park Studio program helps high school kids build skateboarding playgrounds Read more...

Skateboarder & Pizzanista Owner Salman Agah Talks Skating, Art & Life

As a consultant for the spring break workshop and exhibit opening May 31, Agah used his connections in the skateboarding world to make the most out of the experience for 11 Santa Monica highschoolers. Read more...

Deceptive Practice: The Mysteries and Mentors of Ricky Jay

After playing the festival circuit, a new documentary on the gifted prestidigitator, indie actor, and cultural historian Ricky Jay hits L.A. on Friday. Read more...

"Valley Girl" Turns 30

Revisiting "Valley Girl's" haunts to see how they've fared now that the DayGlo has faded. Read more...

DEAL ALERT: Relive the '80s (Sort of) at Luxe Hotels

The boutique hotel chain celebrates its 30th anniversary by dropping prices down to the going rate in 1983. Read more...

Pencil This In: Urs Fischer at MOCA

Crowdsourced clay works, lifesized wax figures melting before our eyes, a house made of bread — there's plenty to see at MOCA Grand Avenue and The Geffen Contemporary. Read more...

Bring Out Your Dead: Cinespia Unveils (Some Of) its Summer Schedule

With "Clueless" and "American Psycho" on the docket, this year's iteration of the open-air film series doesn't disappoint. Read more...

Mark Your Calendar, It's Alejandro Sanz Day

The 16-time Latin Grammy and three-time Grammy winner gets a special honor in L.A. Read more...

Le Show Host Harry Shearer Moves On

KCRW dropped the axe on his 30-year-old radio show last week. What's next for the L.A. institution? Read more...

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