The 5 Best Things to Do in L.A. This Weekend

Like an iPhoneography class at the Line Hotel

My Favorite Murder Live
March 16

Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark—hosts of the insanely popular and slightly oxymoronic “comedy-murder” podcast My Favorite Murder—talk through some homegrown crimes during an evening at the Orpheum Theatre. Like they always say: Stay sexy, don’t get murdered.

Romeo & Juliet
March 17

The Joffrey Ballet puts a twist on the Bard’s romantic tragedy at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion. In this version, the star-crossed lovers fall hard for each other in Mussolini-era Italy, where their love blossoms amid political storms.

The Other Art Fair
March 15-18

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Los Angeles is Saatchi Art’s home base,but this is the inaugural West Coast edition of its fair focused on emerging artists. More than 100 up-and-comers from California and around the globe showcase their work—selected by a panel including YACHT’s Claire Evans—at DTLA’s Majestic Downtown. Catch everything from Paul Roustan’s body painting (above) to Jin-Woo Prensena’s aerial photography.

March 16-25


PaleyFest is like ComicCon for TV nerds, and it’s the festival we deserve in this golden age of the small screen. Head to the Dolby Theatre for panels with stars of The Handmaid’s Tale, Stranger Things, Silicon Valley, and more.

Mastering iPhone-ography
March 17


There’s more to a great ’gram than deciding between the Clarendon and Gingham filters. Photographer and social media consultant Bonnie Tsang teaches lighting, composition, and editing as she leads you through the Line hotel, where you’ll snap pics of its interiors, pool, and the restaurant Commissary.

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