Arts & Entertainment

“Pulitzer-winner Jonathan Gold to speak about food and culture in LA”

March 3, 2010 (unpublished)

The acclaimed LA Weekly food critic and writer will make a special Occidental College appearance.

“Bajofondo Rocks The Roxy”

October 22, 2008

The eclectic musician behind the Oscar-winning scores for Brokeback Mountain and Babel plays a sold-out show on Sunset

“Temple Beth Israel, A Culutral Gem in L.A.’s World of Religion”

October 15, 2008

Northeast Los Angeles is blessed with religion.  Temple Beth Israel of Highland Park and Eagle Rock is the city’s second-oldest temple.

“Literary L.A.”

October 8, 2008

A day at the West Hollywood Book Fair explains why we love book fairs: they remind us that literature and knowledge are cherished in our city.

“¡Viva Yiddish! Yields a Musical Melting Pot”

October 1, 2008

Imagine Klezmer clarinets, blaring brass, banda ballads, crazy congas, vigorous violins, fine flutes, syncopated steps, awesome oom-pah-pahs, amplified accordions, giant guitarrones and hilarious good humor! Is it a wild dream? No, it’s a performance by the ¡Viva Yiddish! Project at California Plaza in Downtown Los Angeles.

“Art Culture in Eagle Rock”

September 24, 2008

On the second Saturday evening of every month, the NELA Art Walk highlights the art in our local community.

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