Crafters of Song

August 15th, 2019By Garret Swayne

It takes more than talent. You need to know the right people, work hard and be lucky. Just ask the attendees of ASCAP’s “I Create Music” EXPO in Los Angeles.

The Sound of Summer at the Hollywood Bowl

August 3rd, 2017By Michelle Gigon

Alfresco performances, playlists and picnics hit a high note at L.A.’s mecca for summer concerts.

Cirque du Soleil Gets Bugged with OVO

January 30th, 2012By Rick Ruiz

OVO, the new Cirque du Soleil show under the big top next to the Santa Monica Pier, explores the fanciful world of rainforest insects.

Cavalia: A Love for Horses, Nature and Human Imagination

January 1st, 2011By Kim Calvert

Normand Latourelle, founder and artistic director of Cavalia, creates a show made to touch the hearts of urban dwellers.

Art Event Coming to Santa Monica Civic

January 1st, 2011

photo l.a. 2011 joins forces with artLA to display contemporary art installations along with masterworks from the 19th century, Jan. 13 – 17.

I Want My Mummy!

July 11th, 2010

You’ll find a fascinating selection at “Mummies of the World,” the largest-ever exhibition of formerly living beings now on display at the California Science Center in Los Angeles.

Cirque Du Soleil’s Kooza

October 18th, 2009By Kim Calvert

Sometimes it’s tough being single in the city, but this new show from Cirque Du Soleil provides a welcome escape from solo grownup responsibilities.

Casual Fridays at Disney Hall

November 17th, 2008By Julie Riggott

A fresh new way to enjoy classical music in Los Angeles