Local Entertainment Articles
Brush off your boots: every Monday night, Star Shoes invites you to get "Good and Dusty" as they round up cowboys from all over the range for a good dose of 60's rock n' roll.
Since its first opening in 1922, the Hollywood Bowl has become famed for its sessions of music under the stars.
In a pond-lined square beneath the stars, two groups of forward-thinking musicians fused Eastern tradition with Western electronica at Los Angeles' Downtown Grand Performances.
Bikini models and Playboy playmates made this fashion show a night to remember.
Professionalism and fun create a win-win program at Upstage Theatre Arts Schools ...
Nestled inside the uber-club Avalon, this Moroccan themed hotspot is one of the most exclusive clubs in Hollywood.
It's about time the recording academy recognized the dance/ electronica genre of music, and to celebrate, they threw an amazing bash in Hollywood at the always fabulous Avalon. Performances by The Crystal Method, Paul Oakenfold, Tom "Junkie XL" Holkenborg, and artist Brian "BT" Transeau made for one stellar evening in the trance music circuit.
Budding company Aesthetic Science is attempting something quite different and unique this summer: A festival for the 21st century. Combining the very latest technology in computer games with some cool music acts of today; they attempt to create a great day of play that anybody can enjoy.
In Hollywood, where who you know takes precedence over most everything else, having an already-celebrated surname - such as Coppola, Paltrow, Hanks, Spelling or Wayans - is a key to success.
Just another wild night on the town and On The Scene.
If you want to kick back at a cool Hollywood club and check out the local music scene, Industry night at Club Lingerie is the place. Every Tuesday night you'll find yourself exposed to a variety of sounds; everything from hard rock, to industrial metal, to coffeehouse pop.
If there was only convention an American anime fan could attend, Anime Expo 2004 was it. The largest Japanese animation convention in North America, Anime Expo gathered fans across the country for a full four days of workshops, panels, shows, contests, and all the anime a fan could want.
The Los Angeles area got a taste of the extreme sport of wakeboarding this month. The Pro Wakeboard Tour finished its 2004 competition at Irvine Lake, bringing the normally east-coast sport out West.
I discovered that this Masquerade was different. An event that opens a portal from reality into fantasy, allowing them to coincide for a night of dancing, revelry and music. Perfect for me.
Everyone said you had to see the Labyrinth of Jareth to really understand it. I didn't really know what that meant at first, but from the minute I walked in, I could tell they were right!
After seventeen years of singing the indigenous Rumba-Flamenca soul of their native people, there is one thing the Gipsy Kings have yet to do. Despite almost two decades of records and performances weighing on their vocal chords, they have yet to lose their vigor, their incredible dexterity, and their passion for breathing song into their beloved gypsy heritage.
Looking for a hot night on the town? Check out the sexy latin rythms of the Gipsy Kings at The Grove of Anaheim.
Guitar Center, the largest U.S. retailer of musical instruments, is now the proud owner of Eric Clapton's famous "Blackie" 1956-57 Fender Stratocaster, his 1964 Gibson ES-335 and Stevie Ray Vaughan's 1065 "Lenny" Composite Stratocaster.
It was the mummy's revenge at Universal Studios Hollywood on June 24th - ah serendipity- exploding upon the scene just in time to mark the theme park's 40th anniversary.
Wondering what to do with last year's angel wings or that magic wand bought at the Renaissance Fair? Grab them from the closet, get into costume and head to the Jareth Fantasy Masquerade Ball.