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The painter was a key chronicler of African-American life during the Civil Rights movement, with early-career WPA murals inspired by the socially-charged work of Diego Rivera.
Hannah Gadsby isn’t done with stand-up after all. The Nanette comedian is “working on a new little something something on stage,” and luckily for us, it’s going down here in L.A. during a nearly two-week residency at Dynasty Typewriter.
You've undoubtedly been bombarded with the same tired questions from non-Angelenos: How do you celebrate Christmas without snow? Don't you wish you had real seasons? With unwelcome weather patterns out of the equation, we like to think that LA's amazing events set milestones for us to look forward to. From homegrown festivals like FYF, CicLAvia and LA Pride to blockbuster bashes like Coachella, we've rounded up our favorite events throughout the year. Whether you're looking for something to do today, this weekend or in the coming months, look no further than our Los Angeles events calendar.
Given that Silver Lake is where the bears like to play, is it any wonder that the cubs have taken such a shine to the neighborhood as well? Cub Scout, presented by popular nightlife personalities DJ Chris Bowen and DJ Victor Rodriguez, is a monthly den of sexy fun with cheap drinks and a furry crowd on the first Friday of every month. But don’t be misled: This cruisy, no-frills party attracts boys from all parts of town and every stripe of the rainbow. Bears, cubs, otters, wolves and pups are all welcome and sure to find something—or someone—to cozy up to at this all out man-fest.
Take a peek at some of Hollywood’s most famous cars during this decade-spanning survey, which includes the DeLorean from Back to the Future, a bunch of Batmobiles, Bumblebee (in Camaro, not robot, form) from Transformers, Tony Stark’s Audi, the Warthog from Halo, a Weyland Industries armored tank from Prometheus and more.
This co-presentation with New York’s Whitney Museum of American Art takes a mid-career look at the Ethiopian-American’s striking large-scale abstractions, with 30 paintings and 32 works on paper. The first-ever retrospective of the artist spans two decades of pieces that examine geopolitics and displacement through abstraction, architecture, landscape, movement and figuration.