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Descendents Founded Pop-Punk Decades Ago. Its Original Lineup Sounds as Fresh as Ever

The South Bay punk legends revived old recordings for a new album that's special for a lot of reasons
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A New ‘Visual Podcast’ Celebrates the Early Days of Guns N’ Roses

Deli owner and rock historian Marc Canter is putting his archive of band photos to good use with a new project that celebrates bygone days on the Sunset Strip
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The Los Angeles Auto Show Is Still On for November 2021

COVID put the brakes on the New York International Auto Show, but L.A.'s annual car show will pull into the convention center in the fall
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Why Pachy Garcia Set Out to Make Positive Music During Dark Times

The Echo Park-based musician, who performs and records as Pachyman, was determined to be a bright spot in a ”heavy f*cking year”
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Ashley Bickerton’s Art Is Having a Resurgence—but His Body Is in Decline

The part-time L.A. artist, who shot to fame in the 1980s partying alongside Jeff Koons and Damien Hirst, discusses his new show and new challenges
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Disneyland Unveiled Its Magic Key Program. Here’s What You Need to Know

After sunsetting its Annual Passport this year, the Anaheim park launches a new program for frequent visitors
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L.A.’s First NFT Art Gallery Makes Its Debut at L.A. Art Show

Curator Sinziana Velicescu tells us about taking digital art from the metaverse to the physical world
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Famed Photographer Matthew Rolston Explores a SoCal Tradition

In an exhibit at Laguna Art Museum, the L.A. native celebrates "Art People"—and the beauty of imperfection
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A Research Project Zeroes in on the Instability Artists Face in L.A.

Even in a city where creatives drive the economy, the L.A. Artist Census shows the struggle is real
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Malibu Barbie, a California Icon, Is Turning 50

The beloved doll launched back in 1971, and Mattel is celebrating with a pop-up truck tour