An in-depth tour backstage. The other dimensions of Los Angeles Fashion Week that aren’t seen on the runway and a personal take on the gravity of it all.
A preformance review on the world renouned dance group, Amalia Hernandez’s, Ballet Folklorico de Mexico
Danie Cansino’s first solo show “I’m Starting to Forget”, highlights the displacement of Lantix and Chicano culture in Los Angeles.
The wonder of imagination and science combine to make Meeson Pae’s art creations unique and untouchable.
By Megan Cansino The story of an L.A. based tattoo artist and USC Roski, master of fine arts graduate, and how the grit of Los Angeles has geared her art. [ … ]
Sunday night at a Tarzana bowling alley, i was invited to go see a selection of performers at a small venue show. As my editor loves me covering small venues [ … ]
In early 1995, Jason Arayata and Arnel Guiang, sophomores from Palos Verdes Peninsula High School in Rolling Hills Estates, wanted to use the dance room to practice dance battle moves. [ … ]
All Things Creative – James Coats
The story of an L.A. based tattoo artist and USC Roski, master of fine arts graduate, and how the grit of Los Angeles has geared her art. In L.A., art [ … ]
The L.A. music scene has been notoriously noteworthy for producing some of the most famous and seedy musicians for decades; on the other hand, L.A.’s music scene has also produced [ … ]