Although October’s festivities are often associated with parties and drinking, cannabis can be a great alternative for those who want to fully immerse themselves in the spooky vibes. Scares from haunted houses or people in costumes are enhanced when you’re high, making the experience more intense and exhilarating.
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Nick West knew he wanted to write country music while growing up in Seattle.
“Zombieland: Double Tap” is not the sequel that audiences were clamoring for but the end result is a film that knows what it is: A fun action-comedy with characters we enjoy being with.
The yearly festival will take place Oct. 23-27 in theaters throughout Downtown L.A.
In my pursuit of midnight meals, I have found myself in one part of the city over and over again: Koreatown. At some point — maybe due to its culture, maybe due to its location — Koreatown has become a premier late-night food spot.
Most children worship celebrities, actors, artists or even activists. Ten-year-old Johannes Betzler, however, worships Adolf Hitler — an idol not unheard of for children in 1940s Nazi Germany.
Summer Walker isn’t the first artist to publicly speak on mental health or to be criticized for how their mental health condition perpetuates in their artistry.
Rudy Falagán’s projects encapsulate the human experience in the digital age.
Longtime Los Angeles resident Andrew McDowell wanted to serve his community with his talents. His restaurant With Love Market and Cafe combines tasty meals with ambitious community service.
There is no better example of clothing made for the diverse humans of 2019 than what was displayed at L.A. Fashion Week.