Arts + Culture

Black-Owned Businesses to Support in Los Angeles

Looking for ways to show your support for the black community? Donate, shop and dine at the many outstanding black-run businesses throughout Los Angeles. by …

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SoCal’s Seclusion Survival Guide—Part V: For the Theater Lovers

Southern California stages might be shuttered, but for theater lovers, the show still goes on. Theater companies, musicians, and artists are finding ways to keep the creative community nourished …

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Shirin Neshat: I Will Greet The Sun Again

  Originated by The Broad, Shirin Neshat: I Will Greet the Sun Again is the largest exhibition to date of internationally acclaimed artist Shirin Neshat’s approximately 30-year career. Taking its title …

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Night Moves: Bringing the Fun & Games Back to Nightlife

Whether it’s roller boogie, shuffleboard, karaoke or a moonlit hike, there’s an activity that will inspire you to bust out some new moves …

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Bohnett’s Bounty: Supporter of Arts and Social Causes

by Libby Slate David Bohnett is a former five-year chairman of the Los Angeles Philharmonic board and its current vice chair, chairman of the executive …

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The Show Must Go On… Or Not?

by Libby Slate One Saturday in April, the Broadway matinee of the musical King Kong had to be canceled after Act 1, when the equipment …

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