Here is some New York City sensationalism: the New York Times published and article titled “Report Finds Los Angeles at Risk of Decline.” Okay, dudes. But, truth telling: most of the article is bogus but our “expanding” so quickly from outsider money is something to be concerned about. Who is really in control of LA? Do those people actually care about the city? That’s where we see the imminent decline coming from…
Musical act Bleeding Rainbow is on tour now and is making a few Southern Californian pit stops: catch them at the Church On York on April 30.
Local synth pop act Moderns have recently hit the scene with their totally jam-able song “Sub Urban.” Quite nice: catch it below!
The Echoplex is welcoming a (pre) Cinco De Mayo bash with El Conjunto Nueva Ola on May 4. Someone named “Skapeche Mode” will be performing as well.
PMCA’s next show is a celebration of the work of painter, printmaker, and feminist activist June Wayne’s work. It opens May 4 and will be on view through August 31. Time, Space & Matter: Five Installations Exploring Natural Phenomena will run concurrently.
If you follow wkndla on Instagram, you may have noticed a sweet local treat: they found some amazing vintage spanish tile. Apparently, they is a bunch of them available at Atwater Village’s Mortarless Building Supply Co. Sounds like a local hidden treasure…
May 18 is Museum Of The Arroyo Day, where you can visit six “East” LA museums for free. They include The Gamble House, Heritage Square, LA Police Museum, Lummis House, Pasadena Museum Of History, and The Autry’s Historic Southwest Museum. Take advantage of this!
Local music maker P.Morris recently did a great mix for Fact. It includes everything from vintage likables like Craig David to pop acts like Katy Perry to modern divas like Beyonce. Qutite a mix! Catch it below.
Made In L.A. alumn Patricia Fernández is currently the focus of a big showing at Santa Monica’s 18th Street Art Center. The show is called Points of Departure (between Spain and France) and is currently on view now through June 28.
To add to the bubbling activity of who knows what on Broadway is Bold Room LA, a multi-purpose creative space hosting pop-ups and art. Sounds interesting!