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Music Pick: Pearl Charles - LA Weekly

“Sometimes the softest touch is enough to drive you the wildest/Caught in between another sleepless dream,” Pearl Charles coos invitingly on the title track of her 2018 album, Sleepless Dreamer. The native Los Angeles vocalist uses a soft touch as she wanders through a set of original pop, country and soul tunes such as “Long Hair” … Read full article: Music Pick: Pearl Charles - LA Weekly...→

Music Pick: Pearl Charles - LA Weekly

“Sometimes the softest touch is enough to drive you the wildest/Caught in between another sleepless dream,” Pearl Charles coos invitingly on the title track of her 2018 album, Sleepless Dreamer. The native Los Angeles vocalist uses a soft touch as she wanders through a set of original pop, country and soul tunes such as “Long Hair” … Read full article: Music Pick: Pearl Charles - LA Weekly...→

Music Picks: Elbow - LA Weekly

A key, though often understated, element in the ‘90s Britpop scene, Bury, Manchester’s Elbow formed in 1997. Read full article: Music Picks: Elbow - LA Weekly...→

Event Pick: Women's March L.A. 2020 - LA Weekly

Throughout human history, the best way to get the attention of the authorities in charge has always been when people take their own power and get out in the streets. It is incredible that, in this modern democratic country, women still don’t have an amendment for equal rights, for instance, and the disparities in pay, … Read full article: Event Pick: Women's March L.A. 2020 - LA...→

Music Pick: Poison the Well - LA Weekly

Miami metalcore outfit Poison the Well has been around for about 23 years. Their commercial peak, if such a band achieves such a thing, was reached in 2003. Read full article: Music Pick: Poison the Well - LA Weekly...→

5 Highlights From L.A. Weekly's First-Ever CBD Saturday Farmers Market - LA Weekly

Last weekend, the world's first CBD Saturday Farmers Market hosted by Green Entrepreneur and L.A. Weekly launched in Hollywood, California. Read full article: 5 Highlights From L.A. Weekly's First-Ev...→

Music Pick: WASI - LA Weekly

Creating a “soundtrack to those SoCal nights of skinny dipping and angsty garage-punk shows,” WASI are fronted by Buena Park’s Merilou Salazar and Jessie Meehan. The music on their 2019 album, Riot Pop, lives up to its title by combining effusive, sugary pop melodies and a garage-rock mindset with provocative, rebellious lyrics and hip-hop production. “So … Read full article: Music Pick: WASI - LA Weekly...→

Linda Perry Among Those to be Honored at She Rocks - LA Weekly

The Women's International Music Network hosts its eight annual She Rocks Awards on Friday, and among the honorees are multi-platinum producer Linda Perry. Read full article: Linda Perry Among Those to be Honored at...→

Time For Tea: RuPaul Talks new Netflix Show AJ and the Queen - LA Weekly

RuPaul is the most famous drag queen in the world, with a career that’s not only endured, but exploded over the past three decades. He conquered the music industry in 1992 with the breakout smash “Supermodel (You Better Work),” and the talk show format with VH-1’s The RuPaul Show in 1996; a hit film in … Read full article: Time For Tea: RuPaul Talks new Netflix S...→

Music Pick: Laurie Anderson, Christian McBride & Rubin Kodheli - LA Weekly

Any appearance by either violinist Laurie Anderson or bassist Christian McBride should be cherished, but to hear them together — accompanied by cellist Rubin Kodheli — is potentially an even more special event. Anderson is the avant-garde musician-artist who — beyond “O Superman,” the 1981 breakthrough song that startlingly merged the worlds of technology, art … Read full article: Music Pick: Laurie Anderson, Christian M...→

Dance Pick: Contra-Tiempo - LA Weekly

Known for combining salsa, hip-hop and Afro-Cuban dance with urban and contemporary dance theater, Contra-Tiempo Urban Dance Theater gets a mainstage showcase. Read full article: Dance Pick: Contra-Tiempo - LA Weekly...→

The Grahams Bite Their Tongues For Love - LA Weekly

Alt-rockers The Grahams play the Hotel Cafe, so we chatted about their career and what to expect. Read full article: The Grahams Bite Their Tongues For Love ...→

Album of the Week: Charlee Remitz's Garden - LA Weekly

Music, as we all know, can be incredibly therapeutic. For Charlee Remitz, the creative process has proven to be healing, while life has fed her art. Read full article: Album of the Week: Charlee Remitz's Gard...→

Oscars Nominations Have Been Announced and They're No Joke - LA Weekly

With Joker leading the pack (11 nominations), the Academy Awards announced nominations this morning, and already the “biggest snubs” articles have flooded the web. Jennifer Lopez (Hustlers), Eddie Murphy (Dolemite Is My Name), Awkwafina (The Farewell),  and Lupita Nyong’o (Us) top the list of great performances not recognized by the academy, and the fact they … Read full article: Oscars Nominations Have Been Announced a...→

My Favorite Album: Green Jello's Bill Manspeaker - LA Weekly

Howdy Kids, it’s Bill Manspeaker the punk rock puppet master from Green Jello. My all time favorite album has got to be 10,000 Days by Tool. Read full article: My Favorite Album: Green Jello's Bill Ma...→

The Life of Brian Jones Redeemed in a New Film Alleging His Murder - LA Weekly

Rolling Stone: Life and Death of Brian Jones, a new documentary by Spanish director Danny Garcia, makes a convincing case that Jones was actually murdered. Read full article: The Life of Brian Jones Redeemed in a Ne...→

Music Pick: The Obsessed - LA Weekly

Maryland band The Obsessed, led by the inimitable Wino, were playing stoner/doom metal before the genre had a name. Read full article: Music Pick: The Obsessed - LA Weekly...→

Theater Pick: The Living Room Series - LA Weekly

For nearly 30 years, every Monday night from September to May, the Blank’s 2nd Stage Theatre in Hollywood has hosted freshly developing work by a consciously inclusive roster of emerging playwrights. Read full article: Theater Pick: The Living Room Series - L...→

Australia Day Fundraiser at E.P.& L.P., Torrance Restaurant Week and Getting Wasted in Long Beach — Here's What's Popping Up - LA Weekly

From Torrance Restaurant Week to the Perini Ranch Steakhouse and a screening of Anthony Bourdain’s film, Wasted!, here’s what’s popping up in LA this week. Read full article: Australia Day Fundraiser at E.P.& L.P., ...→

L.A Weekly's Movie Guide: Bad Boys, Dolittle, The Wave, Freaked, Noah Baumbach and More - LA Weekly

L.A. Weekly’s Movie Guide is your look at the hottest films in Los Angeles theaters this week — from indie art house gems and classics to popcorn-perfect blockbusters and new movies garnering buzz. Check here every week before you make your big screen plans. Opening wide  Friday, January 17 The boys are back in town … Read full article: L.A Weekly's Movie Guide: Bad Boys, Doli...→

Art Pick: Gabba Gallery - LA Weekly

For Gabba Gallery’s first big night of 2020, Jason Ostro and Elena Jacobson curate four concurrent solo shows by Los Angeles painters Patrick Haemmerlein, Bobby Moore, Allison Bamcat and Isaac Pelayo. Read full article: Art Pick: Gabba Gallery - LA Weekly...→

Music Pick: L.A.Drones and The Centimeters - LA Weekly

L.A.Drones are experimental dance-music insurrectionists composed of Mr. Pablo (vocals, saxophone, programming) and Darlingtonia Brackets (vocals, synthesizers). The duo manufacture arty electronic passages that they say are influenced by everything from Terry Riley–style minimalism, The Velvet Underground’s fuzzy subversion and Krautrock explorations to techno, acid house and dub reggae. On their 2019 full-length album, I Can’t … Read full article: Music Pick: L.A.Drones and The Centimete...→

Music Pick: Samantha Sidley - LA Weekly

For all its musical expansiveness, jazz is, paradoxically, one of the most conservative of music genres. Women, gays and trans people still struggle to find acceptance in the male-dominated jazz scene (there is at least one longstanding jazz club in L.A. where months go by before a female musician or singer is allowed to appear … Read full article: Music Pick: Samantha Sidley - LA Weekly...→

Celebrate Award Season with the "SAG Awards Night Out" Restaurant Menu Takeover - LA Weekly

Starting today through Sunday, WarnerMedia’s TNT and TBS are activating a series of menu takeovers, dubbed SAG Awards Night Out, at several L.A. hotspots. Read full article: Celebrate Award Season with the "SAG Awa...→

Music Pick: Itzy - LA Weekly

Itzy are the latest pop confection served by JYP Entertainment, the South Korean entertainment company that has discovered and molded such pop acts as Stray Kids, 2PM, Rain and JJ Project. Several of Itzy’s singers have appeared in JYP Entertainment’s various television series, and all the band members — Yeji, Lia, Ryujin, Chaeryeong and Yuna … Read full article: Music Pick: Itzy - LA Weekly...→

Kevin Salk’s Punk Rock Yearbook - LA Weekly

Fathom Gallery in Los Angeles hosts "Punk Photography: A Fan’s Perspective," featuring over 20 of Salk’s most compelling shots of bands such as Misfits, Black Flag, Minor Threat, and others. Read full article: Kevin Salk’s Punk Rock Yearbook - LA Wee...→

Event Pick: Eurydice Found Festival Celebrates The Body Female - LA Weekly

As part of L.A. Opera’s Eurydice Found Festival, scholar Nadia Islam and writer Velina Hasu Houston present “The Body Female,” with four interdisciplinary performances that examine “how women navigate societal impediments from body image to domestic violence that challenge the female condition in its endeavor to create a viable space in which women can thrive.” … Read full article: Event Pick: Eurydice Found Festival Cele...→

Christina Milian Gives L.A. Weekly a Peek Inside Her Beignet Box - LA Weekly

It all started in the Sugar Shack in the Hollywood Hills, when a sisterhood of young women including singer/actress Christina Milian and Louisiana native Elizabeth Morris had sweet dreams of their futures. They drank a lot of wine, shared hopes, dreams and some tears over the road ahead. It led them to Louisiana right after … Read full article: Christina Milian Gives L.A. Weekly a Pee...→

Comedy Pick: Brown-ish Latin Comedy Night - LA Weekly

The Laugh Factory always boasts the biggest names in comedy but sometimes it’s fun to check out its smaller marquee nights for diamonds in the rough, and up and comers. Brown-ish, L.F.’s Latino night is virtually guaranteed to be a caliente comedy experience featuring funny names on the rise. The night has been a showcase … Read full article: Comedy Pick: Brown-ish Latin Comedy Nigh...→

Meet An Artist Monday: Miwa Matreyek - LA Weekly

Whether or not you know Miwa Matreyek’s name you do know her work as the woman who “does those amazing shadow puppet projections.” Read full article: Meet An Artist Monday: Miwa Matreyek - L...→

The Woman Behind MOCA's Newly Free Admission On the Unexpected Gifts in Giving Back - LA Weekly

If you haven’t yet made a New Year’s resolution, I offer you this: Step outside of yourself and see how you can be of service to others. There is no such thing as a small donation. A gift is not measured by its size but by its heart. You may be surprised by how giving back affects you. I know I was. Read full article: The Woman Behind MOCA's Newly Free Admis...→

Music Pick: Maesa Pullman - LA Weekly

The local “dream-town mountain siren” Maesa Pullman continues her free Monday-night residency in January at DTLA’s intimate Love Song bar. “I don’t need new eyes to see,” she intones solemnly and slowly on her new single, “Death of the Machine.” Her big voice fills the enigmatic song’s empty spaces with a warmth and charisma that chases away … Read full article: Music Pick: Maesa Pullman - LA Weekly...→

Music Pick: Fishbone - LA Weekly

As part of the 20th-anniversary shows at Alex’s Bar this weekend, the LBC club hosts Fishbone in a Sunday-afternoon set. The funk-punk-ska-soul insurrectionists have always been a dazzling, energetic force of nature, and leaders Angelo Moore and John Norwood Fisher have kept the L.A. band thriving through numerous lineup and style changes. In their early … Read full article: Music Pick: Fishbone - LA Weekly...→

Event Pick: MLK Day at CAAM - LA Weekly

CAAM’s unparalleled commitment to the community also manifests in a full MLK Day slate of activities, performances, presentations, family time, food, music, political engagement, education on voting rights, and advocacy for peace. Read full article: Event Pick: MLK Day at CAAM - LA Weekly...→

Culture Pick: Julia Wolfe's Flower Power - LA Weekly

“In the strange moment we are in now, ‘when all the world is a hopeless jumble,’ I think about that remarkable turning point in American history, and in American music — a time of new ideas, and hope,” Pulitzer Prize–winning composer Julia Wolfe says about her new work inspired by the 1960s. “Flower Power draws … Read full article: Culture Pick: Julia Wolfe's Flower Power...→

Art Pick: Hank Willis Thomas - LA Weekly

In his newest exhibition Hank Willis Thomas turns his attention to the film industry, in photo-based works fusing aesthetic cues from mid-century abstract painting and appropriating actual iconography from studio cinema. Read full article: Art Pick: Hank Willis Thomas - LA Weekly...→

Montrose to be Remembered at NAMM - LA Weekly

There are many excellent events going on around NAMM this week, not least a tribute to guitar hero Ronnie Montrose. Read full article: Montrose to be Remembered at NAMM - LA W...→

Art Pick: Cynthia Minet at Matter Studio Gallery - LA Weekly

Cynthia Minet's beguiling animal sculptures are made by recycling the very petroleum-based consumer waste that threatens their environments. Read full article: Art Pick: Cynthia Minet at Matter Studio...→

Cannabis Product Fails Chemical Testing - LA Weekly

If you are a cannabis smoker in Southern California, please be advised that the concentrate strain White Buffalo19 failed recent chemical residue tests for myclobutanil. Late last year, we were tipped off that a product at Delta 9, a legal dispensary in Southern California, was contaminated. After reviewing test results and documents, we then had … Read full article: Cannabis Product Fails Chemical Testing ...→

The World In Pieces: Christopher Myers at Fort Gansevoort - LA Weekly

In the hands of an artist and author like Christopher Myers, textile can be a powerful idiom through which to chronicle challenging narratives. Read full article: The World In Pieces: Christopher Myers a...→

Back With a Bang! A Hollywood Hip Kid Dance Bash Celebrates 20 Years (Party Pick & Photos) - LA Weekly

Y2K may have brought tech-steria to pop culture but it also ushered in an exciting wave of indie rock sounds and stylish nightlife to go with it. Forecasting the era to come, revered club promoters Joseph Brooks, Shalyce Benfell, Jason Lavitt and Piper Ferguson kicked off the millennium with a bang… Club Bang! The 18 … Read full article: Back With a Bang! A Hollywood Hip Kid Da...→

Civil Endeavors: Local Media Maven Karen Civil is No Cookie-Cutter Exec - LA Weekly

Boasting 707K followers on Instagram alone, Karen Civil's biggest accomplishments to date include speaking at the White House. Read full article: Civil Endeavors: Local Media Maven Karen...→

Neil Simon Musical Fools Reopens For A Limited Engagement - LA Weekly

Following a successful fall run, Open Fist Theatre Company’s world premiere of Neil Simon’s Musical Fools reopened on January 3 for a limited three-week engagement closing on January 26.  A lyrical adaptation of Neil Simon’s celebrated play, Fools, the musical set in 1893 follows a young tutor who has found himself battling against a curse … Read full article: Neil Simon Musical Fools Reopens For A L...→

Film Pick: Black Orpheus - LA Weekly

The French director’s adaptation of the Greek myth about musician Orpheus’ descent into the underworld to rescue Eurydice relocates the romantic tragedy to a favela in Rio de Janeiro. Read full article: Film Pick: Black Orpheus - LA Weekly...→

WhiskeyDick's Heavy Metal Honky-Tonk for NAMM - LA Weekly

Heavy metal honky-tonk band WhiskeyDick bless NAMM with a gig at the Doll Hut this week, so we chatted. Read full article: WhiskeyDick's Heavy Metal Honky-Tonk for...→

Winter DineLA Returns With With Hundreds of Delicious Deals - LA Weekly

2020 Winter dineL.A. is back with more than 400 participating restaurants from January 17-31, offering delicious deals and celebrating the city’s diversity. Read full article: Winter DineLA Returns With With Hundreds...→

Chase Petra Celebrates Terrible Twos - LA Weekly

Long Beach punky pop-rock band Chase Petra celebrates their second year of existence with a hometown show at Alex's Bar with Potty Mouth, so we chatted. Read full article: Chase Petra Celebrates Terrible Twos - L...→

UnBinged: Realities Collide in Rick and Morty, The End of the F***ing World and His Dark Materials - LA Weekly

There is a battle brewing, and it is being fought by streaming services, cable TV and primetime television. If you are too weak to resist, UnBinged is here to help you. This week, a mixed bag of youthful angst, audacious animation and dark fantasy. Rick and Morty | Cartoon Network  It’s been two years since … Read full article: UnBinged: Realities Collide in Rick and ...→

Music Pick: Femme-Fronted Fest - LA Weekly

Headlining night one of the Femme-Fronted Fest at Highland Park’s ever-awesome Hi-Hat is Jessica Gerhardt, in her words a ukulele–playing Catholic feminist. Read full article: Music Pick: Femme-Fronted Fest - LA Week...→

Music Picks: Elbow - LA Weekly

A key, though often understated, element in the ‘90s Britpop scene, Bury, Manchester’s Elbow formed in 1997. Read full article: Music Picks: Elbow - LA Weekly...→

Event Pick: MLK Day at CAAM - LA Weekly

CAAM’s unparalleled commitment to the community also manifests in a full MLK Day slate of activities, performances, presentations, family time, food, music, political engagement, education on voting rights, and advocacy for peace. Read full article: Event Pick: MLK Day at CAAM - LA Weekly...→

Australia Day Fundraiser at E.P.& L.P., Torrance Restaurant Week and Getting Wasted in Long Beach — Here's What's Popping Up - LA Weekly

From Torrance Restaurant Week to the Perini Ranch Steakhouse and a screening of Anthony Bourdain’s film, Wasted!, here’s what’s popping up in LA this week. Read full article: Australia Day Fundraiser at E.P.& L.P., ...→

Event Pick: Women's March L.A. 2020 - LA Weekly

Throughout human history, the best way to get the attention of the authorities in charge has always been when people take their own power and get out in the streets. It is incredible that, in this modern democratic country, women still don’t have an amendment for equal rights, for instance, and the disparities in pay, … Read full article: Event Pick: Women's March L.A. 2020 - LA...→

Art Pick: Hank Willis Thomas - LA Weekly

In his newest exhibition Hank Willis Thomas turns his attention to the film industry, in photo-based works fusing aesthetic cues from mid-century abstract painting and appropriating actual iconography from studio cinema. Read full article: Art Pick: Hank Willis Thomas - LA Weekly...→

Art Pick: Gabba Gallery - LA Weekly

For Gabba Gallery’s first big night of 2020, Jason Ostro and Elena Jacobson curate four concurrent solo shows by Los Angeles painters Patrick Haemmerlein, Bobby Moore, Allison Bamcat and Isaac Pelayo. Read full article: Art Pick: Gabba Gallery - LA Weekly...→

5 Highlights From L.A. Weekly's First-Ever CBD Saturday Farmers Market - LA Weekly

Last weekend, the world's first CBD Saturday Farmers Market hosted by Green Entrepreneur and L.A. Weekly launched in Hollywood, California. Read full article: 5 Highlights From L.A. Weekly's First-Ev...→

Art Pick: Cynthia Minet at Matter Studio Gallery - LA Weekly

Cynthia Minet's beguiling animal sculptures are made by recycling the very petroleum-based consumer waste that threatens their environments. Read full article: Art Pick: Cynthia Minet at Matter Studio...→

Music Pick: Samantha Sidley - LA Weekly

For all its musical expansiveness, jazz is, paradoxically, one of the most conservative of music genres. Women, gays and trans people still struggle to find acceptance in the male-dominated jazz scene (there is at least one longstanding jazz club in L.A. where months go by before a female musician or singer is allowed to appear … Read full article: Music Pick: Samantha Sidley - LA Weekly...→

Linda Perry Among Those to be Honored at She Rocks - LA Weekly

The Women's International Music Network hosts its eight annual She Rocks Awards on Friday, and among the honorees are multi-platinum producer Linda Perry. Read full article: Linda Perry Among Those to be Honored at...→

The World In Pieces: Christopher Myers at Fort Gansevoort - LA Weekly

In the hands of an artist and author like Christopher Myers, textile can be a powerful idiom through which to chronicle challenging narratives. Read full article: The World In Pieces: Christopher Myers a...→

Music Pick: Itzy - LA Weekly

Itzy are the latest pop confection served by JYP Entertainment, the South Korean entertainment company that has discovered and molded such pop acts as Stray Kids, 2PM, Rain and JJ Project. Several of Itzy’s singers have appeared in JYP Entertainment’s various television series, and all the band members — Yeji, Lia, Ryujin, Chaeryeong and Yuna … Read full article: Music Pick: Itzy - LA Weekly...→

Music Pick: Laurie Anderson, Christian McBride & Rubin Kodheli - LA Weekly

Any appearance by either violinist Laurie Anderson or bassist Christian McBride should be cherished, but to hear them together — accompanied by cellist Rubin Kodheli — is potentially an even more special event. Anderson is the avant-garde musician-artist who — beyond “O Superman,” the 1981 breakthrough song that startlingly merged the worlds of technology, art … Read full article: Music Pick: Laurie Anderson, Christian M...→

Civil Endeavors: Local Media Maven Karen Civil is No Cookie-Cutter Exec - LA Weekly

Boasting 707K followers on Instagram alone, Karen Civil's biggest accomplishments to date include speaking at the White House. Read full article: Civil Endeavors: Local Media Maven Karen...→

The Grahams Bite Their Tongues For Love - LA Weekly

Alt-rockers The Grahams play the Hotel Cafe, so we chatted about their career and what to expect. Read full article: The Grahams Bite Their Tongues For Love ...→

Film Pick: Black Orpheus - LA Weekly

The French director’s adaptation of the Greek myth about musician Orpheus’ descent into the underworld to rescue Eurydice relocates the romantic tragedy to a favela in Rio de Janeiro. Read full article: Film Pick: Black Orpheus - LA Weekly...→

Christina Milian Gives L.A. Weekly a Peek Inside Her Beignet Box - LA Weekly

It all started in the Sugar Shack in the Hollywood Hills, when a sisterhood of young women including singer/actress Christina Milian and Louisiana native Elizabeth Morris had sweet dreams of their futures. They drank a lot of wine, shared hopes, dreams and some tears over the road ahead. It led them to Louisiana right after … Read full article: Christina Milian Gives L.A. Weekly a Pee...→

Oscars Nominations Have Been Announced and They're No Joke - LA Weekly

With Joker leading the pack (11 nominations), the Academy Awards announced nominations this morning, and already the “biggest snubs” articles have flooded the web. Jennifer Lopez (Hustlers), Eddie Murphy (Dolemite Is My Name), Awkwafina (The Farewell),  and Lupita Nyong’o (Us) top the list of great performances not recognized by the academy, and the fact they … Read full article: Oscars Nominations Have Been Announced a...→

Winter DineLA Returns With With Hundreds of Delicious Deals - LA Weekly

2020 Winter dineL.A. is back with more than 400 participating restaurants from January 17-31, offering delicious deals and celebrating the city’s diversity. Read full article: Winter DineLA Returns With With Hundreds...→

Meet An Artist Monday: Miwa Matreyek - LA Weekly

Whether or not you know Miwa Matreyek’s name you do know her work as the woman who “does those amazing shadow puppet projections.” Read full article: Meet An Artist Monday: Miwa Matreyek - L...→

The Life of Brian Jones Redeemed in a New Film Alleging His Murder - LA Weekly

Rolling Stone: Life and Death of Brian Jones, a new documentary by Spanish director Danny Garcia, makes a convincing case that Jones was actually murdered. Read full article: The Life of Brian Jones Redeemed in a Ne...→

UnBinged: Realities Collide in Rick and Morty, The End of the F***ing World and His Dark Materials - LA Weekly

There is a battle brewing, and it is being fought by streaming services, cable TV and primetime television. If you are too weak to resist, UnBinged is here to help you. This week, a mixed bag of youthful angst, audacious animation and dark fantasy. Rick and Morty | Cartoon Network  It’s been two years since … Read full article: UnBinged: Realities Collide in Rick and ...→

Music Pick: Maesa Pullman - LA Weekly

The local “dream-town mountain siren” Maesa Pullman continues her free Monday-night residency in January at DTLA’s intimate Love Song bar. “I don’t need new eyes to see,” she intones solemnly and slowly on her new single, “Death of the Machine.” Her big voice fills the enigmatic song’s empty spaces with a warmth and charisma that chases away … Read full article: Music Pick: Maesa Pullman - LA Weekly...→

Theater Pick: The Living Room Series - LA Weekly

For nearly 30 years, every Monday night from September to May, the Blank’s 2nd Stage Theatre in Hollywood has hosted freshly developing work by a consciously inclusive roster of emerging playwrights. Read full article: Theater Pick: The Living Room Series - L...→

Culture Pick: Julia Wolfe's Flower Power - LA Weekly

“In the strange moment we are in now, ‘when all the world is a hopeless jumble,’ I think about that remarkable turning point in American history, and in American music — a time of new ideas, and hope,” Pulitzer Prize–winning composer Julia Wolfe says about her new work inspired by the 1960s. “Flower Power draws … Read full article: Culture Pick: Julia Wolfe's Flower Power...→

L.A Weekly's Movie Guide: Bad Boys, Dolittle, The Wave, Freaked, Noah Baumbach and More - LA Weekly

L.A. Weekly’s Movie Guide is your look at the hottest films in Los Angeles theaters this week — from indie art house gems and classics to popcorn-perfect blockbusters and new movies garnering buzz. Check here every week before you make your big screen plans. Opening wide  Friday, January 17 The boys are back in town … Read full article: L.A Weekly's Movie Guide: Bad Boys, Doli...→

Music Pick: Poison the Well - LA Weekly

Miami metalcore outfit Poison the Well has been around for about 23 years. Their commercial peak, if such a band achieves such a thing, was reached in 2003. Read full article: Music Pick: Poison the Well - LA Weekly...→

Montrose to be Remembered at NAMM - LA Weekly

There are many excellent events going on around NAMM this week, not least a tribute to guitar hero Ronnie Montrose. Read full article: Montrose to be Remembered at NAMM - LA W...→

Music Pick: L.A.Drones and The Centimeters - LA Weekly

L.A.Drones are experimental dance-music insurrectionists composed of Mr. Pablo (vocals, saxophone, programming) and Darlingtonia Brackets (vocals, synthesizers). The duo manufacture arty electronic passages that they say are influenced by everything from Terry Riley–style minimalism, The Velvet Underground’s fuzzy subversion and Krautrock explorations to techno, acid house and dub reggae. On their 2019 full-length album, I Can’t … Read full article: Music Pick: L.A.Drones and The Centimete...→

Music Pick: WASI - LA Weekly

Creating a “soundtrack to those SoCal nights of skinny dipping and angsty garage-punk shows,” WASI are fronted by Buena Park’s Merilou Salazar and Jessie Meehan. The music on their 2019 album, Riot Pop, lives up to its title by combining effusive, sugary pop melodies and a garage-rock mindset with provocative, rebellious lyrics and hip-hop production. “So … Read full article: Music Pick: WASI - LA Weekly...→

Cannabis Product Fails Chemical Testing - LA Weekly

If you are a cannabis smoker in Southern California, please be advised that the concentrate strain White Buffalo19 failed recent chemical residue tests for myclobutanil. Late last year, we were tipped off that a product at Delta 9, a legal dispensary in Southern California, was contaminated. After reviewing test results and documents, we then had … Read full article: Cannabis Product Fails Chemical Testing ...→

Celebrate Award Season with the "SAG Awards Night Out" Restaurant Menu Takeover - LA Weekly

Starting today through Sunday, WarnerMedia’s TNT and TBS are activating a series of menu takeovers, dubbed SAG Awards Night Out, at several L.A. hotspots. Read full article: Celebrate Award Season with the "SAG Awa...→

Time For Tea: RuPaul Talks new Netflix Show AJ and the Queen - LA Weekly

RuPaul is the most famous drag queen in the world, with a career that’s not only endured, but exploded over the past three decades. He conquered the music industry in 1992 with the breakout smash “Supermodel (You Better Work),” and the talk show format with VH-1’s The RuPaul Show in 1996; a hit film in … Read full article: Time For Tea: RuPaul Talks new Netflix S...→

Back With a Bang! A Hollywood Hip Kid Dance Bash Celebrates 20 Years (Party Pick & Photos) - LA Weekly

Y2K may have brought tech-steria to pop culture but it also ushered in an exciting wave of indie rock sounds and stylish nightlife to go with it. Forecasting the era to come, revered club promoters Joseph Brooks, Shalyce Benfell, Jason Lavitt and Piper Ferguson kicked off the millennium with a bang… Club Bang! The 18 … Read full article: Back With a Bang! A Hollywood Hip Kid Da...→

Kevin Salk’s Punk Rock Yearbook - LA Weekly

Fathom Gallery in Los Angeles hosts "Punk Photography: A Fan’s Perspective," featuring over 20 of Salk’s most compelling shots of bands such as Misfits, Black Flag, Minor Threat, and others. Read full article: Kevin Salk’s Punk Rock Yearbook - LA Wee...→

Dance Pick: Contra-Tiempo - LA Weekly

Known for combining salsa, hip-hop and Afro-Cuban dance with urban and contemporary dance theater, Contra-Tiempo Urban Dance Theater gets a mainstage showcase. Read full article: Dance Pick: Contra-Tiempo - LA Weekly...→

Neil Simon Musical Fools Reopens For A Limited Engagement - LA Weekly

Following a successful fall run, Open Fist Theatre Company’s world premiere of Neil Simon’s Musical Fools reopened on January 3 for a limited three-week engagement closing on January 26.  A lyrical adaptation of Neil Simon’s celebrated play, Fools, the musical set in 1893 follows a young tutor who has found himself battling against a curse … Read full article: Neil Simon Musical Fools Reopens For A L...→

Event Pick: Eurydice Found Festival Celebrates The Body Female - LA Weekly

As part of L.A. Opera’s Eurydice Found Festival, scholar Nadia Islam and writer Velina Hasu Houston present “The Body Female,” with four interdisciplinary performances that examine “how women navigate societal impediments from body image to domestic violence that challenge the female condition in its endeavor to create a viable space in which women can thrive.” … Read full article: Event Pick: Eurydice Found Festival Cele...→

Album of the Week: Charlee Remitz's Garden - LA Weekly

Music, as we all know, can be incredibly therapeutic. For Charlee Remitz, the creative process has proven to be healing, while life has fed her art. Read full article: Album of the Week: Charlee Remitz's Gard...→

WhiskeyDick's Heavy Metal Honky-Tonk for NAMM - LA Weekly

Heavy metal honky-tonk band WhiskeyDick bless NAMM with a gig at the Doll Hut this week, so we chatted. Read full article: WhiskeyDick's Heavy Metal Honky-Tonk for...→

Comedy Pick: Brown-ish Latin Comedy Night - LA Weekly

The Laugh Factory always boasts the biggest names in comedy but sometimes it’s fun to check out its smaller marquee nights for diamonds in the rough, and up and comers. Brown-ish, L.F.’s Latino night is virtually guaranteed to be a caliente comedy experience featuring funny names on the rise. The night has been a showcase … Read full article: Comedy Pick: Brown-ish Latin Comedy Nigh...→

My Favorite Album: Green Jello's Bill Manspeaker - LA Weekly

Howdy Kids, it’s Bill Manspeaker the punk rock puppet master from Green Jello. My all time favorite album has got to be 10,000 Days by Tool. Read full article: My Favorite Album: Green Jello's Bill Ma...→

Chase Petra Celebrates Terrible Twos - LA Weekly

Long Beach punky pop-rock band Chase Petra celebrates their second year of existence with a hometown show at Alex's Bar with Potty Mouth, so we chatted. Read full article: Chase Petra Celebrates Terrible Twos - L...→

The Woman Behind MOCA's Newly Free Admission On the Unexpected Gifts in Giving Back - LA Weekly

If you haven’t yet made a New Year’s resolution, I offer you this: Step outside of yourself and see how you can be of service to others. There is no such thing as a small donation. A gift is not measured by its size but by its heart. You may be surprised by how giving back affects you. I know I was. Read full article: The Woman Behind MOCA's Newly Free Admis...→

Music Pick: The Obsessed - LA Weekly

Maryland band The Obsessed, led by the inimitable Wino, were playing stoner/doom metal before the genre had a name. Read full article: Music Pick: The Obsessed - LA Weekly...→

Music Pick: Femme-Fronted Fest - LA Weekly

Headlining night one of the Femme-Fronted Fest at Highland Park’s ever-awesome Hi-Hat is Jessica Gerhardt, in her words a ukulele–playing Catholic feminist. Read full article: Music Pick: Femme-Fronted Fest - LA Week...→

Music Pick: Fishbone - LA Weekly

As part of the 20th-anniversary shows at Alex’s Bar this weekend, the LBC club hosts Fishbone in a Sunday-afternoon set. The funk-punk-ska-soul insurrectionists have always been a dazzling, energetic force of nature, and leaders Angelo Moore and John Norwood Fisher have kept the L.A. band thriving through numerous lineup and style changes. In their early … Read full article: Music Pick: Fishbone - LA Weekly...→

Music Picks: Elbow - LA Weekly

A key, though often understated, element in the ‘90s Britpop scene, Bury, Manchester’s Elbow formed in 1997. Read full article: Music Picks: Elbow - LA Weekly...→

Event Pick: MLK Day at CAAM - LA Weekly

CAAM’s unparalleled commitment to the community also manifests in a full MLK Day slate of activities, performances, presentations, family time, food, music, political engagement, education on voting rights, and advocacy for peace. Read full article: Event Pick: MLK Day at CAAM - LA Weekly...→

Australia Day Fundraiser at E.P.& L.P., Torrance Restaurant Week and Getting Wasted in Long Beach — Here's What's Popping Up - LA Weekly

From Torrance Restaurant Week to the Perini Ranch Steakhouse and a screening of Anthony Bourdain’s film, Wasted!, here’s what’s popping up in LA this week. Read full article: Australia Day Fundraiser at E.P.& L.P., ...→

Culture Pick: Julia Wolfe's Flower Power - LA Weekly

“In the strange moment we are in now, ‘when all the world is a hopeless jumble,’ I think about that remarkable turning point in American history, and in American music — a time of new ideas, and hope,” Pulitzer Prize–winning composer Julia Wolfe says about her new work inspired by the 1960s. “Flower Power draws … Read full article: Culture Pick: Julia Wolfe's Flower Power...→

Event Pick: Women's March L.A. 2020 - LA Weekly

Throughout human history, the best way to get the attention of the authorities in charge has always been when people take their own power and get out in the streets. It is incredible that, in this modern democratic country, women still don’t have an amendment for equal rights, for instance, and the disparities in pay, … Read full article: Event Pick: Women's March L.A. 2020 - LA...→

L.A Weekly's Movie Guide: Bad Boys, Dolittle, The Wave, Freaked, Noah Baumbach and More - LA Weekly

L.A. Weekly’s Movie Guide is your look at the hottest films in Los Angeles theaters this week — from indie art house gems and classics to popcorn-perfect blockbusters and new movies garnering buzz. Check here every week before you make your big screen plans. Opening wide  Friday, January 17 The boys are back in town … Read full article: L.A Weekly's Movie Guide: Bad Boys, Doli...→

Art Pick: Hank Willis Thomas - LA Weekly

In his newest exhibition Hank Willis Thomas turns his attention to the film industry, in photo-based works fusing aesthetic cues from mid-century abstract painting and appropriating actual iconography from studio cinema. Read full article: Art Pick: Hank Willis Thomas - LA Weekly...→

Music Pick: Poison the Well - LA Weekly

Miami metalcore outfit Poison the Well has been around for about 23 years. Their commercial peak, if such a band achieves such a thing, was reached in 2003. Read full article: Music Pick: Poison the Well - LA Weekly...→

Art Pick: Gabba Gallery - LA Weekly

For Gabba Gallery’s first big night of 2020, Jason Ostro and Elena Jacobson curate four concurrent solo shows by Los Angeles painters Patrick Haemmerlein, Bobby Moore, Allison Bamcat and Isaac Pelayo. Read full article: Art Pick: Gabba Gallery - LA Weekly...→

Montrose to be Remembered at NAMM - LA Weekly

There are many excellent events going on around NAMM this week, not least a tribute to guitar hero Ronnie Montrose. Read full article: Montrose to be Remembered at NAMM - LA W...→

5 Highlights From L.A. Weekly's First-Ever CBD Saturday Farmers Market - LA Weekly

Last weekend, the world's first CBD Saturday Farmers Market hosted by Green Entrepreneur and L.A. Weekly launched in Hollywood, California. Read full article: 5 Highlights From L.A. Weekly's First-Ev...→

Music Pick: L.A.Drones and The Centimeters - LA Weekly

L.A.Drones are experimental dance-music insurrectionists composed of Mr. Pablo (vocals, saxophone, programming) and Darlingtonia Brackets (vocals, synthesizers). The duo manufacture arty electronic passages that they say are influenced by everything from Terry Riley–style minimalism, The Velvet Underground’s fuzzy subversion and Krautrock explorations to techno, acid house and dub reggae. On their 2019 full-length album, I Can’t … Read full article: Music Pick: L.A.Drones and The Centimete...→

Art Pick: Cynthia Minet at Matter Studio Gallery - LA Weekly

Cynthia Minet's beguiling animal sculptures are made by recycling the very petroleum-based consumer waste that threatens their environments. Read full article: Art Pick: Cynthia Minet at Matter Studio...→

Music Pick: WASI - LA Weekly

Creating a “soundtrack to those SoCal nights of skinny dipping and angsty garage-punk shows,” WASI are fronted by Buena Park’s Merilou Salazar and Jessie Meehan. The music on their 2019 album, Riot Pop, lives up to its title by combining effusive, sugary pop melodies and a garage-rock mindset with provocative, rebellious lyrics and hip-hop production. “So … Read full article: Music Pick: WASI - LA Weekly...→

Music Pick: Samantha Sidley - LA Weekly

For all its musical expansiveness, jazz is, paradoxically, one of the most conservative of music genres. Women, gays and trans people still struggle to find acceptance in the male-dominated jazz scene (there is at least one longstanding jazz club in L.A. where months go by before a female musician or singer is allowed to appear … Read full article: Music Pick: Samantha Sidley - LA Weekly...→

Cannabis Product Fails Chemical Testing - LA Weekly

If you are a cannabis smoker in Southern California, please be advised that the concentrate strain White Buffalo19 failed recent chemical residue tests for myclobutanil. Late last year, we were tipped off that a product at Delta 9, a legal dispensary in Southern California, was contaminated. After reviewing test results and documents, we then had … Read full article: Cannabis Product Fails Chemical Testing ...→

Linda Perry Among Those to be Honored at She Rocks - LA Weekly

The Women's International Music Network hosts its eight annual She Rocks Awards on Friday, and among the honorees are multi-platinum producer Linda Perry. Read full article: Linda Perry Among Those to be Honored at...→

Celebrate Award Season with the "SAG Awards Night Out" Restaurant Menu Takeover - LA Weekly

Starting today through Sunday, WarnerMedia’s TNT and TBS are activating a series of menu takeovers, dubbed SAG Awards Night Out, at several L.A. hotspots. Read full article: Celebrate Award Season with the "SAG Awa...→

The World In Pieces: Christopher Myers at Fort Gansevoort - LA Weekly

In the hands of an artist and author like Christopher Myers, textile can be a powerful idiom through which to chronicle challenging narratives. Read full article: The World In Pieces: Christopher Myers a...→

Time For Tea: RuPaul Talks new Netflix Show AJ and the Queen - LA Weekly

RuPaul is the most famous drag queen in the world, with a career that’s not only endured, but exploded over the past three decades. He conquered the music industry in 1992 with the breakout smash “Supermodel (You Better Work),” and the talk show format with VH-1’s The RuPaul Show in 1996; a hit film in … Read full article: Time For Tea: RuPaul Talks new Netflix S...→

Music Pick: Itzy - LA Weekly

Itzy are the latest pop confection served by JYP Entertainment, the South Korean entertainment company that has discovered and molded such pop acts as Stray Kids, 2PM, Rain and JJ Project. Several of Itzy’s singers have appeared in JYP Entertainment’s various television series, and all the band members — Yeji, Lia, Ryujin, Chaeryeong and Yuna … Read full article: Music Pick: Itzy - LA Weekly...→

Back With a Bang! A Hollywood Hip Kid Dance Bash Celebrates 20 Years (Party Pick & Photos) - LA Weekly

Y2K may have brought tech-steria to pop culture but it also ushered in an exciting wave of indie rock sounds and stylish nightlife to go with it. Forecasting the era to come, revered club promoters Joseph Brooks, Shalyce Benfell, Jason Lavitt and Piper Ferguson kicked off the millennium with a bang… Club Bang! The 18 … Read full article: Back With a Bang! A Hollywood Hip Kid Da...→

Music Pick: Laurie Anderson, Christian McBride & Rubin Kodheli - LA Weekly

Any appearance by either violinist Laurie Anderson or bassist Christian McBride should be cherished, but to hear them together — accompanied by cellist Rubin Kodheli — is potentially an even more special event. Anderson is the avant-garde musician-artist who — beyond “O Superman,” the 1981 breakthrough song that startlingly merged the worlds of technology, art … Read full article: Music Pick: Laurie Anderson, Christian M...→

Kevin Salk’s Punk Rock Yearbook - LA Weekly

Fathom Gallery in Los Angeles hosts "Punk Photography: A Fan’s Perspective," featuring over 20 of Salk’s most compelling shots of bands such as Misfits, Black Flag, Minor Threat, and others. Read full article: Kevin Salk’s Punk Rock Yearbook - LA Wee...→

Civil Endeavors: Local Media Maven Karen Civil is No Cookie-Cutter Exec - LA Weekly

Boasting 707K followers on Instagram alone, Karen Civil's biggest accomplishments to date include speaking at the White House. Read full article: Civil Endeavors: Local Media Maven Karen...→

Dance Pick: Contra-Tiempo - LA Weekly

Known for combining salsa, hip-hop and Afro-Cuban dance with urban and contemporary dance theater, Contra-Tiempo Urban Dance Theater gets a mainstage showcase. Read full article: Dance Pick: Contra-Tiempo - LA Weekly...→

Neil Simon Musical Fools Reopens For A Limited Engagement - LA Weekly

Following a successful fall run, Open Fist Theatre Company’s world premiere of Neil Simon’s Musical Fools reopened on January 3 for a limited three-week engagement closing on January 26.  A lyrical adaptation of Neil Simon’s celebrated play, Fools, the musical set in 1893 follows a young tutor who has found himself battling against a curse … Read full article: Neil Simon Musical Fools Reopens For A L...→

The Grahams Bite Their Tongues For Love - LA Weekly

Alt-rockers The Grahams play the Hotel Cafe, so we chatted about their career and what to expect. Read full article: The Grahams Bite Their Tongues For Love ...→

Event Pick: Eurydice Found Festival Celebrates The Body Female - LA Weekly

As part of L.A. Opera’s Eurydice Found Festival, scholar Nadia Islam and writer Velina Hasu Houston present “The Body Female,” with four interdisciplinary performances that examine “how women navigate societal impediments from body image to domestic violence that challenge the female condition in its endeavor to create a viable space in which women can thrive.” … Read full article: Event Pick: Eurydice Found Festival Cele...→

Film Pick: Black Orpheus - LA Weekly

The French director’s adaptation of the Greek myth about musician Orpheus’ descent into the underworld to rescue Eurydice relocates the romantic tragedy to a favela in Rio de Janeiro. Read full article: Film Pick: Black Orpheus - LA Weekly...→

Album of the Week: Charlee Remitz's Garden - LA Weekly

Music, as we all know, can be incredibly therapeutic. For Charlee Remitz, the creative process has proven to be healing, while life has fed her art. Read full article: Album of the Week: Charlee Remitz's Gard...→

Christina Milian Gives L.A. Weekly a Peek Inside Her Beignet Box - LA Weekly

It all started in the Sugar Shack in the Hollywood Hills, when a sisterhood of young women including singer/actress Christina Milian and Louisiana native Elizabeth Morris had sweet dreams of their futures. They drank a lot of wine, shared hopes, dreams and some tears over the road ahead. It led them to Louisiana right after … Read full article: Christina Milian Gives L.A. Weekly a Pee...→

WhiskeyDick's Heavy Metal Honky-Tonk for NAMM - LA Weekly

Heavy metal honky-tonk band WhiskeyDick bless NAMM with a gig at the Doll Hut this week, so we chatted. Read full article: WhiskeyDick's Heavy Metal Honky-Tonk for...→

Oscars Nominations Have Been Announced and They're No Joke - LA Weekly

With Joker leading the pack (11 nominations), the Academy Awards announced nominations this morning, and already the “biggest snubs” articles have flooded the web. Jennifer Lopez (Hustlers), Eddie Murphy (Dolemite Is My Name), Awkwafina (The Farewell),  and Lupita Nyong’o (Us) top the list of great performances not recognized by the academy, and the fact they … Read full article: Oscars Nominations Have Been Announced a...→

Comedy Pick: Brown-ish Latin Comedy Night - LA Weekly

The Laugh Factory always boasts the biggest names in comedy but sometimes it’s fun to check out its smaller marquee nights for diamonds in the rough, and up and comers. Brown-ish, L.F.’s Latino night is virtually guaranteed to be a caliente comedy experience featuring funny names on the rise. The night has been a showcase … Read full article: Comedy Pick: Brown-ish Latin Comedy Nigh...→

Winter DineLA Returns With With Hundreds of Delicious Deals - LA Weekly

2020 Winter dineL.A. is back with more than 400 participating restaurants from January 17-31, offering delicious deals and celebrating the city’s diversity. Read full article: Winter DineLA Returns With With Hundreds...→

My Favorite Album: Green Jello's Bill Manspeaker - LA Weekly

Howdy Kids, it’s Bill Manspeaker the punk rock puppet master from Green Jello. My all time favorite album has got to be 10,000 Days by Tool. Read full article: My Favorite Album: Green Jello's Bill Ma...→

Meet An Artist Monday: Miwa Matreyek - LA Weekly

Whether or not you know Miwa Matreyek’s name you do know her work as the woman who “does those amazing shadow puppet projections.” Read full article: Meet An Artist Monday: Miwa Matreyek - L...→

Chase Petra Celebrates Terrible Twos - LA Weekly

Long Beach punky pop-rock band Chase Petra celebrates their second year of existence with a hometown show at Alex's Bar with Potty Mouth, so we chatted. Read full article: Chase Petra Celebrates Terrible Twos - L...→

The Life of Brian Jones Redeemed in a New Film Alleging His Murder - LA Weekly

Rolling Stone: Life and Death of Brian Jones, a new documentary by Spanish director Danny Garcia, makes a convincing case that Jones was actually murdered. Read full article: The Life of Brian Jones Redeemed in a Ne...→

The Woman Behind MOCA's Newly Free Admission On the Unexpected Gifts in Giving Back - LA Weekly

If you haven’t yet made a New Year’s resolution, I offer you this: Step outside of yourself and see how you can be of service to others. There is no such thing as a small donation. A gift is not measured by its size but by its heart. You may be surprised by how giving back affects you. I know I was. Read full article: The Woman Behind MOCA's Newly Free Admis...→

UnBinged: Realities Collide in Rick and Morty, The End of the F***ing World and His Dark Materials - LA Weekly

There is a battle brewing, and it is being fought by streaming services, cable TV and primetime television. If you are too weak to resist, UnBinged is here to help you. This week, a mixed bag of youthful angst, audacious animation and dark fantasy. Rick and Morty | Cartoon Network  It’s been two years since … Read full article: UnBinged: Realities Collide in Rick and ...→

Music Pick: The Obsessed - LA Weekly

Maryland band The Obsessed, led by the inimitable Wino, were playing stoner/doom metal before the genre had a name. Read full article: Music Pick: The Obsessed - LA Weekly...→

Music Pick: Maesa Pullman - LA Weekly

The local “dream-town mountain siren” Maesa Pullman continues her free Monday-night residency in January at DTLA’s intimate Love Song bar. “I don’t need new eyes to see,” she intones solemnly and slowly on her new single, “Death of the Machine.” Her big voice fills the enigmatic song’s empty spaces with a warmth and charisma that chases away … Read full article: Music Pick: Maesa Pullman - LA Weekly...→

Music Pick: Femme-Fronted Fest - LA Weekly

Headlining night one of the Femme-Fronted Fest at Highland Park’s ever-awesome Hi-Hat is Jessica Gerhardt, in her words a ukulele–playing Catholic feminist. Read full article: Music Pick: Femme-Fronted Fest - LA Week...→

Theater Pick: The Living Room Series - LA Weekly

For nearly 30 years, every Monday night from September to May, the Blank’s 2nd Stage Theatre in Hollywood has hosted freshly developing work by a consciously inclusive roster of emerging playwrights. Read full article: Theater Pick: The Living Room Series - L...→

Music Pick: Fishbone - LA Weekly

As part of the 20th-anniversary shows at Alex’s Bar this weekend, the LBC club hosts Fishbone in a Sunday-afternoon set. The funk-punk-ska-soul insurrectionists have always been a dazzling, energetic force of nature, and leaders Angelo Moore and John Norwood Fisher have kept the L.A. band thriving through numerous lineup and style changes. In their early … Read full article: Music Pick: Fishbone - LA Weekly...→