While the recent resurgence of Afro-pop-punk is nice (Johnny Clegg is finally cool!), Vampire Weekend and the like can often feel pretty feckless. There’s nothing wrong with that, but well, sometimes rock needs a little feck. Enter Wolf Parade. The group’s new album Expo 86 has moxie to spare. Bedroom kids will be burning out […]
With a TV series, book and comedy tour, Zane Lamprey’s made a career out of drinking.
In The Heights kicked off its five-week run in Los Angeles with a star-studded premiere and the show’s creator returning to the cast.
Participants of the USC Sea Grant Parent-Child Education Program learn about an Ochre Seastar on a field trip to the Redondo SEAlab. The program is funded by USC Neighborhood Outreach and is held at the EXPO center, and is offered free of charge to neighborhood schoolchildren in fourth through sixth grades and their parents.
Partnership with CityU aims to produce an aggregation of exemplary student work.
With two restaurants open to the public this week and more to follow, center attracts visitors.
Legislators trying push through a study on digital license plates-cum-billboards neglect the larger problem with the state deficit.
In a town where misguided terms like celebrity and fame get thrown around about as often as a new stadium proposal is sent to the NFL, it’s not surprising that Los Angeles’ most successful living sports figure has been largely overlooked by a society more enthralled with activity than achievement. Yet, if you were to […]
USC asks for NCAA-imposed two-year bowl ban to be reduced to one year and reduction in loss of scholarships from 30 to 15.