Forget bikini season. Members of Nerdstrong Gym hit the weights hard for con season.   Read More...
 
Remember that scene in, well, essentially every zombie movie where hundreds of the undead swarm toward the nearest brain?   Read More...
 
Most people who enter the Los Angeles County Medical Examiner-Coroner's Office are picking up a loved one's belongings or an autopsy report.   Read More...
 
The exposure of a thriving underground market in Nazi-era art is forcing Germany to reconsider its dark past.   Read More...
 
The moon is out and hundreds of people have swarmed into a club to dance, drink and mingle as the music bumps a funky beat.   Read More...
 
The 24th annual Anime Expo returns to Los Angeles during Independence Day weekend for fans of all ages to freely celebrate all things pop culture.   Read More...
 
Anime Expo, a convention devoted to the art of Japanese animation and comics, will stay in Los Angeles for the next five years under an agreement inked with the Los Angeles Convention Center, it was announced today.   Read More...
 
The City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs (DCA), the Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery (LAMAG), and the Barnsdall Art Park Foundation (BAPF) are pleased to present the 2015 City of Los Angeles (C.O.L.A.) Individual Artists Fellowships. The   Read More...
 
The madness began on Thursday, February 26, 2015, at the QART.COM Gallery in Marina del Rey, California, as artist Jules Muck thrilled guests with an on-the-spot creation during her Muck Madness Exhibit opening reception.   Read More...
 
From towering basketball legend Wilt Chamberlain's hillside home to downtown's towering US Bank building, Los Angeles is putting all its landmarks online.   Read More...
 
photos by Paul Koudounaris
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Photos: Revolutions 2 Exhibit at Forest Lawn Museum   Read More...
 
"All You Need Is Love: The Artwork of John Lennon," a traveling exhibit, will be in Pasadena on Feb. 13-15. It features nearly 100 limited edition lithographs and copper etchings, as well as serigraphs reproduced from the former Beatles' member's original handwritten lyric sheets.   Read More...
 
Andrew Martin Scott wants to encourage creativity and self-expression in the form of zines, something he's been doing since he was a teen in suburban Chicago.   Read More...
 
Many of Los Angeles' best restaurants are located in strip malls. L.A.'s publishing scene is equally hidden and surprising; most people don't even know it exists   Read More...
 
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If you can't be a pro skateboarder, the next best thing may be photographing them.   Read More...
 
The Guerrilla Girls have worked to uncover sexism in pop culture, the art world and politics since the 1980s and they're not planning to stop anytime soon.   Read More...
 

He gave us one of the most lovable dogs in children's literature.

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The "SuicideGirls Blackheart Burlesque" show is coming to the House of Blues features sexy performances inspired by pop-culture icons and music complete with tongue-in-cheek humor and raw sexuality.   Read More...