Results tagged “Layla Halabian”

Everything You Need To Know About SoCal's Renaissance Pleasure Faire

We'd ne'r let you attend a faire unprepared.

Paul Simon's Music Gets A Celebratory Stay At The Skirball

"Paul Simon: Words & Music" honors the life and legacy of the musician.

Calling All Glamazons: RuPaul's DragCon Returns To L.A.

Hold onto your wigs—DragCon is back!

Photos: Screen Legend Marlene Dietrich's Gorgeous Westwood Mansion Hits The Market

It's got a $6.5 million price tag, so you better save up.

This Year Set To Be The Most Crowded Coachella Yet

Expect extra long lines at the Porta-Potty.

Netflix Is Moving Production Back To California

The company wants to invest in infrastructure over tax incentives.

Vince Staples Talks Artistry And Wes Anderson's Hair

Both irreverent and serious, the Long Beach native is hard to categorize

USC's FemFest Kicks Off Its Fifth Year Of Celebrating Gender Equality In Music

The student-run festival has been on the forefront of gender-equality in the festival scene.

Hollywood Writers' Strike Looms Large As Deadline Approaches

"We need to be compensated in a way that is just and proportionate to our contribution."

'Moonlight' May Be Too Controversial For China

The film may not make it past China's severe censorship laws.

Dr. Dre Is Now An Olympic Board Member Because This Is Los Angeles

He's channeling his West Coast love toward 2024.

ICYMI: Rihanna Checks In At Bates Motel, Does Whatever She Wants

Plus, your browsing history could be sold, Lana Del Rey's Snapchat filter, another Hollywood star's home is burglarized, and much more!

Dracula's Hollywood Hills Mansion (Along With Its Purported Ghost) Is Now Up For Sale

The home once belonged to Bela Lugosi, who acted in over 100 films, but is best known as Dracula.

Meet Valentina, The Drag Queen Representing L.A. On 'RuPaul's Drag Race'

The L.A. queen talks about inspirations, being Latin, and learning from RuPaul.

Netflix Is On A Whitewashing Bender, And This Time It's With 'Death Note'

The teaser trailer revealed a complete whitewashing of the original magna and anime.

Kendall Jenner's Hollywood Hills Home Reportedly Robbed Of $200K In Valuables

The fashion-runway favorite had purchased the home from Emily Blunt and John Krasinski in July.

Writers Threaten Potential Sequel To The 2007-08 WGA Strike Amid Contract Negotiations

A writers' strike would throw a potentially massive wrench into film and TV production.

A 10-Hour Bach Marathon Hits Union Station Next Weekend

Get down to "Toccata and Fugue in D minor."

DIY Venue Non Plus Ultra Gets Shut Down In City Crackdown

The Virgil Village warehouse will no longer be able to throw live shows.

SXSW May Contact 'Immigration Authorities' On International Acts For Playing Unsanctioned Events

The Austin festival is under fire for a clause that says deportation is possible for acts that play outside of authorized events.

Photos: Michael Jackson's Neverland Ranch Is Back On The Market

Second star to the right and straight up the 101 freeway.

Here's What's Coming To All The Streaming Platforms This March

Another month, another streaming guide…

A Brief Guide To This Year's L.A. Art Book Fair

There'll be books, guides on how to commit to resistance, musical performances, and even tattoos.

What Eliminating The National Endowment for The Arts Would Mean For L.A.

The federal agency may be small, but its impact on the city is immeasurable.

Where To Stream (Most Of) This Year's Oscar Nominees

All from the comfort of your home!

The Museum Of Ice Cream Is Coming To Los Angeles

A shrine to ice cream is on its way.

The Hollywood Bowl Released Its Summer Schedule And It Delivers Big

Your social calendar is about to fill up fast.

Inside The Art Collection Of Earl And Camilla McGrath, L.A.'s Ultimate 1970s Cool Couple

Earl and Camilla McGrath hung out with John Didion, Gore Vidal, Harrison Ford, and others.

Here's What's New To All Of The Streaming Platforms In February

The government can take away your rights, but not your streaming subscriptions!

The Getty Acquires Miranda July's Feminist Film Archive

The DIY feminist video archive "Joanie 4 Jackie" was donated by July to the Getty Research Institute.

Girlschool Festival Spotlights L.A. Indie Acts And A New Age Of Inclusivity

The all woman-identifying lineup makes a statement against the lack of representation in music festivals.

After 70 Years, The Black Dahlia Murder Still Haunts Los Angeles

A history of one of the city's most gruesome true crime stories.