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Arts/Culture

Robert Reynolds: Artist

By Ed Fuentes — April 05, 2011 — 1 Comment

This week, an Arts District coalition is teaming up to sell works by Robert Reynolds and donate the profit to victims of Japan’s recent disaster.


Burn This Craig Schwartz

Downtown Culture: The Week Ahead

By Ed Fuentes — March 31, 2011

Spring steps in with a heavy metal film festival, Yo Yo Ma's silk road, Picasso on Spring and the return of Vin Scully and Dodger baseball.


Nederlands Dans Theater

By Donna Perlmutter — March 25, 2011

From across the seas, Nederlands Dans Theater's return to Downtown and Alisa Weilerstein's performance with the St. Petersburg Philharmonic both mesmerized.


By Mark Fisher — March 24, 2011

After having no problem selling out her first two shows, singer Sade Adu and her band will now bless Los Angeles with a three-night weekend at Staples Center in August.


Emanuele Arciuli: Emanuele Arciuli

Downtown Culture: The Week Ahead

By Ed Fuentes — March 23, 2011 — 1 Comment

From experimental classical piano to the hardest working art-pop Diva and a night of 'Black', Downtown has quite the diverse cultural selection this week.


DEVO DEVO

Downtown Culture: The Week Ahead

By Ed Fuentes — March 18, 2011

After the music of St. Patrick's Day, Downtown offers plenty of options to make it a culture-filled week, from a Euro-dance ensemble to a run from the central city to the Pacific.


The Young Dubliners David Safian

St. Patrick's Day Music Abounds

By Ed Fuentes — March 16, 2011

St. Patrick's may be mostly an excuse to drink green beer, but there are certainly plenty of offerings with something for your inner musical leprechaun.


Off Broadway LA

By Ed Fuentes — March 15, 2011

Launching this Thursday, Off Broadway LA hopes to do for Downtown's performance venues what Art Walk did to raise the profile of art galleries.


Robert Millard

"Turn of the Screw" and Tchaikovsky's Overtures

By Donna Perlmutter — March 15, 2011 — 1 Comment

The opening of LA Opera's “Turn of the Screw” and the grand-scale music drama of Tchaikovsky's Shakespeare overtures filled the Downtown air with music this weekend.


Juanes Mark Fisher

Juanes Rocks Staples Center

By Mark Fisher — March 14, 2011

While many in the States may not know his strictly-Spanish offerings, Juanes is a legend in the world of Latin music. A Sunday stop at Staples Center was packed with hits.


Dance St Patty Ed Fuentes

Downtown Culture: The Week Ahead

By Ed Fuentes — March 10, 2011

March culture is busy with a variety of musical options, comedy, talks and a city core getting ready for an Irish migration to Downtown.