Upon entering Haciendo Don Cuco and being surrounded by the beautiful and ornate Mexican art as well as all the bright colors, one can only imagine being in Mexico! Inside the aroma of authentic Mexican cuisine reminiscent of Mexico truly makes you feel like you have been transformed to a ne…
This week we’re taking in a horror ballet, viewing an exhibition dedicated to the “Notorious RBG,” getting festive in Pershing Square, getting political at the LA Convention Center, watching a classic horror double feature and enjoying the street fair in Sherman Oaks.
With hollow eyes and sagging cheeks, the flabby white mask of Michael Myers is horror’s great blank slate. Project your fears here, it says. Myers doesn’t speak. His movements never rise beyond a deliberate gait (well, aside from all the stabbing and strangling). Even his name is purposefull…
After his last stop in Lancaster, Calif., I caught up with Doug Carrion (formerly of the Descendents and Dag Nasty) and he offered some tips for young musicians on how to further their craft.
Mickey Thomas’ voice, the unmistakable falsetto, remains strong after 40 years of singing hits such as “Fooled Around and Fell in Love,” “Jane,” “Find Your Way Back,” “Sara” and “We Built This City.”
We’re heavy on art this weekend with stops in Century City, Pasadena and Westwood. We’re also taking in fall events at The Original Farmers Market and the Kidspace Children’s Museum.
Since 2015, the Antelope Valley Ukulele Festival has brought the spirit of aloha to the Antelope Valley, while raising money for local school music programs.
This week we’re punching our ticket to the twenties, watching spooky plays in a mausoleum, going car-less in Santa Monica, tasting mole sauces in Grand Park, checking out a couple exhibitions at the Central Library and going boo at the zoo.