Jeu Foon interviews a promising local artist, Julia Marshall, about her anime and Archie Comics-inspired drawings.
Alex Rivest tells us how he took the photo that is now U.S. Congresswoman Judy Chu's Facebook cover photo.
Interview with playwright Jeanne Sakata about her play HOLD THESE TRUTHS, about World War II civil rights leader Gordon Hirabayashi.
Our Arts columnist Victoria Moy interviews Abacus Federal Savings Bank President & CEO Jill Sung and Filmmaker Steve James about their new documentary
THE LA MUSIC CENTER’S POPULAR, FREE OUTDOOR DOWNTOWN DANCE SERIES DANCE DTLA KICKS OFF JUNE 23, 2017
– Summer Favorites Dance Downtown and DJ Nights Return for Dancing Under the Stars, with All Events in Grand Park and Presented by The Music Center On Location – WHAT: The Music Center’s Dance DTLA is an evening of dancing…
Jeu Foon interviews Alhambra's rising jazz and rock drummer as well as Pedrini's music teacher Kimberly Salazar.
Victoria Moy interviews Doris Yeung, the director of "Taxi Stories," a standout film from the recent Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival.
Inside Mark Keppel's recent production of "The Suitcase Dreams," which the drama club put on without the help of any state or school funding.
Jay Parker takes us inside Alhambra High School's production of "Kiss Me Kate," Cole Porter's witty take on Shakespeare's "Taming of the Shrew."
Steeped in Culture The Arts of Brewing Tea 茗茶的生活文化 Sunday, 4-2-17 2-4:30 PM San Marino Crowell Public Library “A simple cup of tea is far from a simple matter” By Mary Lou Heiss The Story of Tea: A Cultural History …