Results tagged “Mike Roe”

Netflix's 'Rim of the World' Built Their Own JPL In A Pomona Gym

What do you do when JPL won't let you film there?

'Jurassic World: The Ride' Is Coming -- And It's Bringing The Movie's Stars

The ride formerly known as Jurassic Park is set to reopen sometime this summer.

How To Become An LA Internet Musician: Laser From 'The Doubleclicks' Explains

Ever wanted to be an L.A. musician who makes music that's popular on the Internet? Here's how.

5 LA Art Museums You Can Visit For Free (While You Wait For MOCA To Make The Switch)

MOCA's gonna be free (!), but a lot of other L.A. museums beat them to it.

All Of Next Season's TV Shows Set In Los Angeles

TV can take us to far-off, exotic locations -- or just Los Angeles.

Pomona Throws A Giant Parade For Its Hometown 'American Idol' Finalist Alejandro Aranda

The city expects around 10,000 fans to show up for the parade and free concert.

Disneyland Launches New (Super Complicated) Pass That Gets You Into The Parks On More Days

Don't worry, we've decoded the Disney pass system so you don't have to.

This Play Tells The Story Of The Violent Clearing Of Chavez Ravine Before Dodger Stadium

It's being performed at a largely Latino college in a largely Latino community.

Sing Street And A Gorilla: The Movies At This Hollywood Festival Are All Crowd Pleasers

Your chance to watch his favorite movies starts this Friday at the Egyptian Theatre.

LA Festival Season Is Upon Us With 2 Oceanside Music Fests This Weekend

Throwbacks and chill vibes are here in festival form.

How The Once Struggling Podcast 'Never Not Funny' Raised A Million Dollars For Charity

Host Jimmy Pardo has used Pardcast-A-Thon to make a lot of people laugh while raising a ton of money for charity.

This Lincoln Heights Warehouse Transforms Into A Free DJ'd Soccer League Thursday Nights

The Adidas-sponsored events pit teams against each other for free.

What 'Boyz N The Hood' Director John Singleton Meant To Black LA

"Boyz N The Hood" changed how the world saw South L.A.

Disney Just Opened A Mickey Mouse-Themed Pop-Up At Downtown Disney

Mickey is here, and he demands to be part of your pop-ups.

How To Reserve Star Wars Land Tickets At Disneyland

These ARE the reservations you're looking for.

UCB Puts Every Avengers: Endgame Character In An Improv Show, All On Stage At The Same Time

The comedy show that insists on cramming 77 people onto a tiny stage to make Marvel jokes.

Screenwriters Think Agents Are Illegally Ripping Them Off, So Now They're Suing

They're fighting over how agencies make money, and whether that keeps writers from making more money.

Parks & Recreation Turns 10 -- A Li'l Sebastian, 5,000 Candles In The Wind Oral History

We've still got a candle in our heart for Parks and Rec. Five thousand of them, in fact.

On Her Road To WrestleMania, Ronda Rousey Helps Fight Suicide In LA

It's been a battle Rousey's been fighting since her father killed himself when she was 8 years old.

Madame Butterfly Is Finally Being Done In The Actual Languages The Characters Speak -- And You Can See It In Little Tokyo

How in the world is this American naval officer communicating with this Japanese girl? Not Italian.

'I Like Scary Movies' Pop-Up Gives You Nightmares By Putting You Inside Horror Classics

Have you ever WANTED to be grabbed by Freddy Krueger? Here's your chance!

Kanye Will Hold His Own Easter Service At Coachella, Because Kanye

Kanye West's messiah complex is leveling up with a Coachella version of a Sunday Service.

This LA Scientist Went To Antarctica And Brought Back Dinosaurs

Antarctica's dinosaurs have made it to L.A.

The Votes Are In: Hollywood Writers Want More Restrictions On Their Agents

Here's what it all means, and what could come next.

Hollywood Writers Might Fire All Their Agents In A Week And A Half

They're voting on whether to do just that starting today.

What Apple's Big Streaming TV Announcement Could Mean For LA

Apple TV+ is coming, eventually, for some amount of money, we guess.

Bill & Ted 3 Has A Most Excellent Release Date -- Watch Their Message From The Hollywood Bowl

They're back to help us be excellent to each other -- 30 years later.

This LA Comic Book Writer Turned Jesus Into A '70s Kung Fu Master

Jesus is less the son of God, more a young man in a deep existential crisis.

A Fight Club-Style Art Battle Has Been Unleashed On LA

And your cheers get to be the judge.

Women Are On Display (In A Good Way) At This Video Installation In Chinatown

"Men need to look at women's talents and their work a lot more."

Come Watch Art Robots Shoot Lasers At Each Other In Downtown LA

"This is a mix of performance art, traditional installation art, and almost a light show. So it's really a great hang."

Janelle Monáe's Stylist Has A New Clothing Collection -- At Goodwill SoCal

Here's the closest you're going to get to looking as cool as Janelle Monáe.

Captain Marvel Takes LA Metro, But She's Not The First Movie Hero To Go For A Ride

We go deep into how Captain Marvel went '90s, and looked at some of Metro's memorable movie cameos over the years.

Cardi B's New Video Delivers East LA Tacos And Bruno Mars

Cardi B and Bruno Mars have a sexy takeover of an East L.A. taco shop.

'Beverly Hills, 90210' Legend Luke Perry Dies After A Massive Stroke

The actor, who was currently appearing on the show Riverdale, suffered a massive stroke.

A Strange Cat Person Will Now Join You On A Tour Of Walt Disney Concert Hall

Let Jena Malone, as a cat person, join you at Disney Hall.

'My Dinner With Andre' Is Now My Dinner With John Mulaney & Nick Kroll In Staged Reading

Oh, hello! It's John Mulaney and Nick Kroll bringing a classic to life on stage!

All Of The 2019 Oscars Winners

The full list is right here.

Here's What Jussie Smollett Told Us About Racial Reparations, Last Year

"Sometimes you've got to shame people into doing the right thing."

Download Oscars Bingo Cards And Play Along With LAist

Let the games begin, at your Oscars party and on the @LAist Twitter account.

Bob Baker Marionette Theater Moves To Highland Park

The marionettes are back in a new home.

Massive Domes Filled With Trippy 3D Visuals Take Over 35,000-Square-Feet In DTLA

Trippy digital art in giant domes -- welcome to the new planetarium.

Galentine's Day: An Oral History From Amy Poehler And The Parks & Rec Writers

It's time for a sacred annual gathering of ladies celebrating ladies.

The Saved By The Bell Pop-Up Is Closing -- And We're So Excited, We're So... Scared

Is Zack Morris trash? You can delve into his bedroom to investigate.

This Luke Cage Art Show Shows The Power Of Superheroic Black Skin Against Bullets

How do you convey the power of a black hero with indestructible skin? For Luke Cage's Netflix show, the answer is bullets. Black Kirby's exploring what that means.

Watch: Taraji P. Henson Goes Undercover In LA As A Lyft Driver

Can Taraji P. Henson go so deep undercover that everyone is fooled? (No. No she can't.)

Alien Boss Women Take Down Abusive Men In New Comic 'Female Furies' -- Read The First 5 Pages

These women are sick of being abused and taken for granted by (alien) men, and they're not taking it anymore (in outer space).

Hamilton's Coming Back To LA, And Broadway's Taking Over 2 Hollywood Theaters

Miss your shot to see "Hamilton"? You're getting another one.

Bringing Back The Little Pool Hidden In The Middle Of The Mojave Desert

Someone's trying to make a new Social Pool. But the original artist says the pool wasn't the actual artwork to begin with.

Black Panther Hits Theaters Again, For Free

Celebrate Black History Month -- and help the film's Academy Awards chances.

How The Government Shutdown Ruined A Japanese Pro Wrestling Show In DTLA

You can't get Japanese wrestlers to Los Angeles without the federal government issuing them visas.

UCB Makes Cutbacks To LA Theaters Amid Financial Struggles

Why UCB's facing cutbacks, and what it means for L.A. audiences and performers.

Carol Channing Dies At 97. Watch Her Give A Tour Through '60s Los Angeles

The legend takes you from Wilshire Boulevard to the Chinese Theatre (with some culturally insensitive "jokes" along the way).

8 Of The Most Beloved Shows To Film At CBS Television City

From the Carol Burnett Show to American Idol, plus a real-life romance on the studio lot.

Next Stage Theater Closed After Almost 30 Years In Hollywood

Unlike other small theaters, they didn't charge up-and-coming actors to ply their craft.

A Virtual Pub Crawl Of FX Show 'You're The Worst's' LA Bars And Restaurants

Come with us on our virtual pub crawl through the FXX show's real bars and (boozy) restaurants.

The 10 Best Mainstream Comic Books By LA Creators Right Now

Superheroes, crime noir, witches, female digital world superheroes -- L.A.'s got it all.

A Video Tribute To Bob Einstein Aka Super Dave Osborne Aka Marty Funkhouser

From Super Dave to Marty Funkhouser, 8 video clips of a comedy legend.

Street Artist Paints Graffiti Christmas Trees To Help LA's Homeless

He wants to raise awareness -- and money for holiday gift bags.

Crenshaw Boulevard Is Getting A 1.3-Mile Artistic Tribute To Black LA

These renderings show what the project that will line the Metro through Crenshaw will look like.

The Best Things To Do On New Year's Eve In LA No Matter Who You Are

From families to gamers, we found the event for you.

What Pee Cast Blast Learned From Podcast Festivals That Failed

The secret: Stop trying to appeal to everyone.

18 Times The Artists Who Made It Into The 2019 Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame Rocked LA

A look back through the L.A. history of this year's selections, in video form.

Why The SAG Awards Matter And The Golden Globes Don't

The SAG Awards are seen as a strong predictor the acting nominations and awards at the Oscars. The Golden Globes aren't.

The 'Love Actually' Soundtrack Is Now A Live LA Stage Show

The music of Love Actually takes the spotlight.

Where To See All Your Favorite Holiday Movies In LA This Year

There are oodles of holiday movie screenings around L.A. At least six of them are Die Hard.

The Best And Worst Of The 2019 Grammy Nominations, According To A Pop Music Obsessive

Here's what's on point, what's not, and what you should all go listen to.

Fa La Land Brings Holiday Pop-Up Joy To La La Land

We met Santa. We took pictures. Here is our story.

These Are The Golden Globes Nominees You Should Watch, Based On Reviews

It's the era of peak everything. We're here to help you prioritize.

29Rooms Art Pop-Up In DTLA: A Complete Guide To All The Rooms

Take a look at 29 rooms of art. (And branding.)

16 LA Holiday Concerts To Help You Celebrate The Season

From hipster scarves to R&B to smooth jazz, we got you.

Payless Pranked LA Fashion Influencers With $640 Shoes

Take a former Armani store, invite some influencers, and you've got a viral ad campaign.

New Beverly Reopens With Promises Of Film Over Digital, Plus Great And 'Pretty Mediocre' Movies

It's been closed for almost a year, but it's back with a full schedule starting Saturday.

The Surprisingly Funny 9/11 Musical 'Come From Away' Is Now In LA

The Tony-winning musical tells the true story of 38 planes diverted to Newfoundland -- and a town of 9,000 who welcomed 7,000 stranded strangers.

SpongeBob SquarePants Creator Dies At 57 From ALS

The creator of the absorbent, yellow, porous icon revealed his diagnosis last year.

Excelsior, Mural Fans! Stan Lee Gets A Spray-Painted South LA Tribute

The Spider-Man creator lives on through his characters, and now, in wall tribute form.

This Unofficial Eric Garcetti 'Urban Latino Beat' Song Means The 2020 Campaign Is Here

Some of Garcetti's supporters are REALLY excited. And they're putting that excitement in song.

LA's LGBT Seniors Are Learning Comedy From A 'Tragically Hetero' Teacher

They're breaking L.A.'s history -- and what may be the current status quo -- of young straight cisgender stand-up.

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