As they launch a new Mendocino Farms location in Pasadena, California, Mario Del Pero and Ellen Chen—the sandwich and salad chain’s founders—share how building deep relationships with their farmers has helped them succeed as a conscious capitalist company.
Merion Estes, Sherin Guirguis and Uzumaki Cepeda have concurrent solo shows at the Craft & Folk Art Museum. Here, they talk about the messages in their work.
I visited LA AX, the new axe throwing venue in North Hollywood.
I talked to Amber Rose about the 4th annual Amber Rose SlutWalk and Festival and why the event feels more timely than ever.
From multiplayer VR to high-tech carnival games, Two Bit Circus has all kinds of futuristic fun.
What are blockchain and cryptocurrency all about? Here's a guide that'll help you get started.
I interviewed British artist Lucy Sparrow about her latest immersive art installation, Sparrow Mart, a supermarket where everything is made of felt. It's at The Standard, DTLA.
I talked to Colleen Dunn Bates of Prospect Park Books about the third edition of Hometown Pasadena, a gorgeous photo book about Pasadena and its people.
Cultural Wonder Barnsdall Art Park Offers Unique and Acclaimed Youth Arts Programs, and So Much More
While Barnsdall Art Park isn’t exactly what Aline Barnsdall envisioned in 1919, it has become a valuable cultural resource, even beyond Los Angeles.
When the Year of the Dog meets the dog days of summer, dog-themed events start popping up all over.
The free Wednesday Night Poetry Workshop that started in 1969 is still on the schedule.
I talked to Gabba Gallery's director/curator Jason Ostro about music, art, and the upcoming group show, "Remix: The Art of Music."
Artist Darren Sarkin talks about his first solo show at Radiant Space in Los Angeles, a benefit for wildland firefighters.