The 2014 PRIDE LA Music & Arts Festival held June 6-9 in West Hollywood Park delivered on the promise of its promoters, Christopher Street West, that the event would feature “something for everyone.” A centerpiece of the festival was Thunderground, an outdoor rollerskating rink complete with a light show and mirror balls and pulsating disco [...]
It seemed that attendees were conscious of the fact that the lady and her family in front of them in line for the West Coaster or Whac-a-Mole might be a parent of a classmate, or even a teacher, so good behavior was the rule of the day.
Los Angeles is known for its weather and its love of the movies, so it is a natural that Angelenos enjoy watching movies under the stars. Here is a quick guide to some of the best alfresco movie nights in the city.
Despite being a skeptic and too-cool for kooky wacky spirituality stuff, I put the CD in while driving t work, and I found it totally evocative. I found myself applying each of the thoughts and lessons to my own life. I found that by the time I got to work I had a [...]
The view from the Stretch Run section of Del Mar Fairgrounds racetrack Family Day at the racetrack seemed like an oxymoron to me. When I was a 17-year-old clerk at People’s Drug Store in Fairfax, Virginia, rough looking men with cigarettes hanging from their lips would come in each morning and ask for [...]
Stephen poses with lead car Lightning McQueenCarmageddon is not the only majorLos Angelesevent that highlights the city’s obsession with automobiles, but in the case of Disney Pixar’s Cars 2 in 3D and World Grand Prix Attraction at El Capitan Theatre, at least it comes with some thrills.If you’ve never been to one of El Capitan Theatre’s after-movie [...]