Located at LA Live, the GRAMMY Museum features over 30,000 square feet of exhibits.
Under the purple florescent lights at LA Live stood a crowd of enthusiastic fans with brightly colored wigs and even brighter clothes. Parents, children, teenagers and adults from all around the world came together to celebrate the return of international Japanese pop star Kyary Pamyu Pamyu and the debut of her new album. Some devoted […]
The calendar not only forecasts the changing of the seasons but also our annual culture patterns. With summer blockbusters and barbecues long gone but the winter still a ways away from sweeping everyone up in the holiday spirit, it’s a special time indeed. Nights are cooling, leaves are changing (although perhaps not in Los Angeles) […]
The URSC Advocacy Board hopes to reinstate the recently discontinued LA Live shuttle.
President Barack Obama stopped in Los Angeles on Sunday to speak at his star-studded “30 Days to Victory Concert” at LA Live. More than 6,000 people packed the Nokia Theatre to hear an all-star lineup of musical acts including Katy Perry, Jon Bon Jovi, Stevie Wonder and Earth, Wind & Fire. Actor George Clooney, Mayor […]
As the MTV Video Music Awards started Thursday night at the Staples Center, the expected parade of beautifully groomed celebrities, the gleam of bright lights and the buzz surrounding the ceremony’s anticipated winners were all present.
Transportation In her Aug. 22 Daily Trojan article on transportation options, Carrie Ruth Moore includes a few incorrect or incomplete points that I would like to correct. The primary point I wanted to correct was regarding the LA Live Shuttle. This shuttle service was operated by USC Transportation but completely funded by Anschutz Entertainment Group, […]
With the opening of the new Expo and the continuation of the LA Live shuttle, students have a host of options for getting off campus.
After dark, Downtown’s many restaurants, bars and clubs offer residents a chance to enjoy a mix of old and new Los Angeles.
Students said restaurants close to campus are more convenient, but LA Live is more focused on entertainment.