Last year’s LA Pride Festival sold out for the first time in its 48-year history, with thousands of rainbow-laden attendees flooding Santa Monica Boulevard. If we’re to glean anything from that record-breaking celebration, it’s to come prepared.
It’s a couple dozen hours until the 2019 LA Pride Festival lifts its Rainbow Gates in West Hollywood. What could go wrong?
The Wild West. A city within a city. The circus. War. If the metaphors are true, then Jeff Consoletti is the sheriff, mayor, ringleader and commander-in-chief.
Pop veteran Paula Abdul is kicking off this year’s LA Pride Festival with a free outdoor performance on Friday, June 7. The Grammy Award-winning singer joins fellow headliners Meghan Trainor, Years & Years and a growing lineup of LGBTQ and allied artists billed for the three-day festival in West Hollywood Park.
As I settle into the Golden Age of podcasts and embark on a time called 2019 where every true crime reporter and influencer-slash-founder is vying to be the voice in my AirPods, I’ve noticed a steady uptrend creeping into my podcast library: I’m strictly listening to comedians and entrepreneurs.
About one-and-a-half hours northeast of Los Angeles lies the 16-mile-long village of Wrightwood, a small, unincorporated mountain community in San Bernardino County; it has no formal government, no city hall, fire or police station. Sumner and Buford Wright obtained two-thirds of the valley from the Mormons, and Wrightwood was developed out of Sumner’s cattle ranch and apple orchard.
To mark the 48th annual LA Pride, Steven Martin and Jennicet Gutiérrez sit down at the Black Cat in Silver Lake—the site of the 1967 LGBTQ protests against police mistreatment—to discuss how far the movement has come.
Hold onto your wigs and make your way to the Los Angeles Convention Center this month for RuPaul’s DragCon.
“They’re both imaginative and playful, they’re both very funny and see the humor in the world,” says Tea, founder of Drag Queen Story Hour, a children’s reading series hosted by drag queens. “
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R&B songstress Kehlani and Swedish pop star Tove Lo will take top billing during LA Pride Festival’s return to West Hollywood Park on Saturday, June 9 and Sunday, June 10.
Lyrics to Life, a dreamy pop-up exhibition running March 2 through 5 in Downtown L.A.'s Arts District, is most likely flooding your feed and Stories this weekend.
Artist Laurie Simmons sits on a white couch in the side room of her elder daughter Lena Dunham's West Hollywood 1920s home, flanked by two hairless cats, one a blue-gray and another more charcoal, smoky, tarred gray.
Type into Google "the most famous GIFs" and you'll come up on a featured snippet of a Variety article that ranks "Illustrated Obama Mic Drop" as the top GIF of 2016 (and in Google's mind, of all time.) Created by Julie Winegard in July 2016, the artist had sensed that a dramatic shift in A...
If the extraterrestrial women in Kristen Liu-Wong's paintings made an online dating profile, on the authority of the artist, it would read like this: