As the Hollywood Fringe Festival celebrates its 10th anniversary, several longtime participants share how the festival has changed their lives.
L.A.’s bars and restaurants have reacted to the ban in all sorts of creative ways, but the public is still adapting to the change.
L.A. has the largest county foster care system in the U.S., and an engaging new documentary explores it from the inside.
In the film "Frank Gehry: Building Justice," the famed architect and his team work with students from Yale School of Architecture & SCI-Arc on new approaches to prison design. I saw the LA premiere at the Architecture and Design Film Festival and wrote about it for National Academy of Design's NAD NOW.
Art Share L.A.'s executive director Cheyanne Sauter talks about what the DTLA arts organization has accomplished and shares its vision for the future.
The Noun Project holds design hackathons to create public-domain icons that feature positive representations of women in leadership roles. I went to one and wrote about it.
Advanced yet portable 3D printing—especially from recycled source materials—may revolutionize quick installation of replacement parts and simple equipment.
Interested in starting a podcast? Check out what these women podcasters have learned along the way.
A review of the "Female Gaze" show at Art Share L.A.
Performance artist Tiffany Trenda explores how humans interact with technology, and how tech affects our relationships with each other. (In the process, she's sometimes mistaken for a robot.)
Earlier this year, the Hotel Figueroa launched its Featured Artist Series to showcase the work of female artists and culture makers in Los Angeles, and the first selection was painter Shizu Saldamando.