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Over the weekend, Swedish House Mafia kicked off their "One Last Tour" at the Barclays Center and Madison Square Garden, the New York Junior League celebrated their 61st annual Winter Ball, "Monet at Midnight," Annasophia Robb and Megan Hilty hit up the Broadway Theatre for the opening night of "Cinderella," and so much more!
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We've never made a secret of our abiding love for charity galas and parties for a cause, but even we can admit that some causes are more worthy than others. Sure, that foundation for cross-eyed Golden Retrievers in Santa Monica is making a positive difference or whatever, but there's really no comparison to a organization that helps real human beings in distress, right here in Los Angeles. That's why we're so impressed with the work that Inner-City Arts does providing a safe haven for some of L.A.'s most deserving kids right in the heart of Skid Row, and why we're thrilled that their Summer On 7th annual gala, which went down on Saturday, was a rousing success. More»
The unexpectedly quick divorce settlement between Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes? You can thank little Suri for that. Apparently both sides were gearing up for legal war when it was impressed upon them how damaging the whole thing would be to their daughter. Give them credit for that. [TMZ]
We've never made a secret out of our love for charity fundraisers. A party combined with an opportunity to benefit a worthy cause, and maybe even learn something? We're on board. But even we have to admit that not all fundraisers are created equal. That's why we're so excited for Inner-City Arts' annual Summer On 7th event, happening July 21 on their amazing Downtown campus. With top notch food, drink and entertainment to equal Inner-City Arts' extraordinary work with local children, Summer On 7th is a night you won't want to miss, and we've got all the details. More»
[Chuck D, Flava Flav] Hey you, bummed out that you couldn't snag tickets to Coachella this year? Maybe you have some expenses in your life that are a bit more pressing than $300 concert tickets? Well, if you were on Gladys Ave in Downtown L.A. this Sunday, you got to see one of the biggest acts in hip hop without putting a dime into Goldenvoice's pocket, as Public Enemy headlined the totally free Skid Row Street Festival, alongside Kurupt, Yo-Yo, Egyptian Lover and more. More»
It's safe to say that without a robust education in the arts, many of our city's best and brightest people would have never found success. Even beyond the movie stars, visual artists and musicians that call Los Angeles home, have proven that arts education improves literacy, spatial reasoning, and every other conceivable metric of early success, all of which can be translated simply into a better chance at lifelong success in any field. And while arts education in our school system has too often been a victim of impossible budget choices, programs like DTLA's Inner-City Arts have stepped up, providing free-to-student, professional in-studio arts education to thousands of the city's most disadvantaged children. More»
This Saturday, Inner-City Arts, L.A.'s top art education program for at-risk youth which won an afternoon of William and Kate's L.A. visit, throws its annual Summer On 7th event. Space for this hot-ticket fundraising event that promises to be a night to remember is limited, so keep reading to find out how you can get there and support the cause. More»
Thursday, May 23
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.