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It's that magical time of the week again, where we break down the upcoming seven days of live music in the greater L.A. area and tell you which shows we don't plan on missing. Yes kiddies, there will indeed be live music this year before Coachella, so rather than putting all your eggs in that big, expensive, far-away basket, why don't you get off your duff and go see a show!? More»
After the holiday season with all of its random bustle, early January is all about getting back on track and re-setting the routines that let you live a normal life. This is, of course, why so many people try to re-start a diet or exercise regimen, but since both of those things aren't, y'know, fun, they tend to be hard to stick to. So why not start a new routine, one where you take weekly advantage of the incredible depth and diversity of live music available in Southern California? Welcome to the first 2012 weekly edition of "Go See A Show!" Here are the shows around around town you need to know about this week... More»
Across the country, the Occupy Wall Street movement faces a crossroads. Zucotti Park was dispersed in a midnight secret police raid, and while most of the satellite protests in cities like Atlanta, Portland, and Oakland have been cleared with tear gas and "less lethal" force, we're going strong, as protesters stood strong on yesterday's planned eviction day. Is it just a coincidence that the day before, the protest received a dose of rock power from punk legends NOFX? It's not ours to speculate. More»
I don't need to be jealous of Bonnaroo, I told myself. Coachella has a better lineup, I said, I'm sure Bonnaroo's great, but it's nothing special. But, um, Bonnaroo went down last weekend, and having heard from several of the 80,000+ attendees, and discovered this absolutely awesome collection of photos, I'm less convinced. In fact, with no disrespect whatsoever intended to Coachella, this looks really, really, really fun. We'll let the pictures speak for themselves: More»
Wednesday, May 22
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.