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This morning from above the 110 freeway in Downtown L.A. via @crunkistani
That 80-degree three-day weekend in the middle of L.A.'s winter we just had means we can't really be mad at it. Stay dry out there!
On Saturday, two days before President Obama's Inauguration, EarthWE.com hosted their extraordinarily colorful "A Green Term, Mr. President" event in Downtown L.A. As its name suggests, the eco-mission at the heart of the technicolor day-long event which featured live painting, musicians, and a performance by Ozomatli, was a call to elevate the importance of global warming within the Obama administration's agenda as it begins a second term.
Who needs fiction when you can just turn on our local news for some truly outrageous displays of human behavior unfold live? While being chased by deputies from Santa Clarita to Downtown L.A. this morning, bank robbers began dumping the stolen money from the moving vehicle. The Robin Hood bandits made it rain in the streets of South L.A. as flurries of ca$h money flew from the windows of their speeding Volvo. More»
What says "summer" more than a pool party? Even out here, where a winter snowstorm would be considered a legitimate act of God, we still breathlessly await the summer months, when the temperatures climb from comfortable to scorching and we all have an excuse to get blindingly day-drunk next to a hotel pool, mansion pool, or even an extremely well-placed inflatable. Oh, and there's a whole new round of poolside shenanigans after the sun goes down. But don't take our word for how wonderful our summertime pool party scene is. We'll show you, as we continue our Best Of Summer series. More»
When it comes to summertime parties, the difference between "good" and "legendary" can be enormous. It's pretty hard to mess up the staples of sunshine, crowds, and booze, but after that, a truly great party has ample freedom to separate itself from the pack. Some might choose to do so with big-name live music, or an elegant throwback vibe, or even a classic BBQ. But Andrés Rigal, the maestro behind Summertramp, had a different sort of meat market in mind when he wrapped up the DTLA party series this past weekend with one final gay waterpark blowout. More»
Tuesday, May 21
We sat down with Anne Pasternak for a few questions about Creative Time's past and future, as well as the importance of having an awareness about public art in the city.