mother earth's plantasia getty

Kitschy ’70s L.A. Plant Culture Is Coming Back to Life

The Getty celebrates the reissue of “Mother Earth’s Plantasia” with a countercultural garden party
the Beatles

How the Beatles Really Ended Up at a Garden Party in Brentwood

Actress Nancy Olson, who hosted the Fab Four at her mother’s home, on having her idols over for lemonade
echo in the canyon

The Rock Legends Who Populated Laurel Canyon in the ’60s Listen Back to the Echo of Their Influence

In the new doc Echo in the Canyon, Jakob Dylan excavates an important moment in L.A. music history with the people who were there
historic la music festivals

A History of L.A.’s Most Legendary Bygone Music Festivals

Remember Newport Pop or Wattstax? How about US Festival or Desolation Center?
soraya csun performing arts

These Venues and Programmers Have Turned L.A. Into a World-Class Performing Arts Town

If you like to be surprised, there's never been a better time to be in L.A.
selena cruise ship

A Mysterious Selena-Themed Cruise Is Setting Sail Out of L.A. in 2020

This cruise is taking ”Anything for Selenas” to a whole other level
nipsey hussle crenshaw projects

Nipsey Hussle’s Fans Reflect on What He Meant to Them and L.A. South of the 10

”When I heard about his passing, I was sad. I lost my soul. I lost a piece of my mind.”
santa monica pier concerts twilight concert series

The Twilight Concert Series Brings Music Back to the Santa Monica Pier

This summer’s lineup includes Rostam, Cornelius, San Cha, and more
head in the clouds fest

Head in the Clouds, aka the “Asian Coachella,” Returns for Another Year of Representation

88rising's Asian American music and arts fest happens in L.A. for a reason, according to Sean Miyashiro