Burgers Bourbon and Beer Fest, AAPI Book Festival and Other Best Things To Do in L.A. This Weekend

Plus, The Broad is launching two new exhibitions and Chicago rapper, Saba, is performing at The Novo this weekend

RuPaul’s DragCon LA: Dispatches From Day 1 of the Convention

LAMag takes you inside the return of DragCon after a two year hiatus due to COVID for all the highlights–and lowlights

Dennis Hopper, Brooke Hayward and the Invention of L.A.’s Contemporary Art Scene

A just-published cultural history reveals how the couple brought together everyone from Andy Warhol to Ed Ruscha to Peter Fonda and the Byrds at their home in the Hollywood Hills

Cinespia at Hollywood Forever Cemetery Returns With Double Screening Weekends (Exclusive)

The LA-based movie organization will kick off their 21st summer season with a laundry list of fan favorites

‘Summer Happenings’ Will Return to the Broad This Year with Thundercat and Arooj Aftab (Exclusive)

The museum will hold their live music and performance series for the first time in three years, after a pandemic-related hiatus

Weekend Playlist: New Music From Kendrick Lamar, Florence + The Machine

Also, Brooklyn rapper Leikeli47 shared a new album titled "Shape Up" and the New Orleans collective Tank and The Bangas dropped "Red Balloon"

L.A. Uncovered: Louis Vuitton and Dior About to Touch Down in SoCal

There’s a long glam precedent of European and New York luxury fashion brands coming in for a landing on some kind of unique Hollywood runway. Last summer, Cartier descended...

Weekend Playlist: New Music From Lizzo, Swedish House Mafia, Sault

Also, Los Angeles' very own Kalan.Frfr delivers his first visual of the year for his latest single "Popstar"
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‘Everything Was All Technicolor’: Artist Nick Taggart Transports Us Back to L.A. in 1980

A new exhibit of four-decade-old paintings is a glittering visual record of the pre-Reagan New Wave era in Los Angeles

Hope2Ukraine Founder Raises $60,000 at Benefit: ‘War in Ukraine Has United a Lot of People’

During an interview with LA Mag, George Whyhinny discusses founding Hope2Ukraine and his Ukrainian roots