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FIRE ON THE HILL — LA FILM FESTIVAL

Black cowboys have always been part of the history of South Central Los Angeles, and stables can still be found up and down the L.A. River and various flood channels in the area. One such stable, in Compton, known as the Hill, was mysteriously burned down in 2012. For the last few years, filmmaker Brett […]

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LUIS FRANGELLA

Hal Bromm presents an exhibition of work by the late Luis Frangella and his friend and collaborator David Wojnarowicz, opening tomorrow night.   DESDE NEW YORK—LUIS FRANGELLA AND DAVID WOJNAROWICZ Opening reception: Wednesday, September 5. Exhibition: September 5 through December 21. HAL BROMM GALLERY, 90 West Broadway, New York City. Desde New York at Hal […]

PATHWAY TO PARIS CONCERT

Pathway to Paris—founded in 2014 by Jesse Paris Smith and Rebecca Foon—is committed to raising consciousness surrounding the urgency of climate action and offers solutions to turning the Paris Agreement into action. Tickets are now on sale for PATHWAY TO PARIS LOS ANGELES, a benefit concert featuring Patti Smith, Karen O, Lucinda Williams, Flea, Dhani Harrison, Eric […]

DAVID ULIN IN CONVERSATION

David Ulin’s new introduction and afterword to his THE LOST ART OF READING—BOOKS AND RESISTANCE IN A TROUBLED TIME bring “fresh relevance to this insightful rumination on the act of reading—as a path to critical thinking, individual and political identity, civic engagement, and resistance.” This week at Skylight, Ulin will discuss the book and the […]

LEO LERMAN

“[Set designer Boris Aronson and I] sat in the Russian Tea Room talking the world away—how it is even past the Decline and now in the Fall. I said that when the theater died in its own place and took to the streets (as it has here—the theater in the streets is fantastic; the novels […]