January 21, 2015

Shen Yun 2015 – the Chinese spectacular – Los Angeles culture, music and dance report


As a gong strikes, sounds from 5,000-year-old Chinese instruments rise to blend with a 40-piece Western orchestra. Sixty dancers take the stage in front of
January 20, 2015

“Luxury and Liberation: Art and Revolution in 18th-Century France” – A day-long event at the Getty Museum – Los Angeles art photography review

This Saturday only, an exciting day-long program, Luxury and Liberation: Art and Revolution in 18th-Century France, grants you the opportunity to immerse yourself in French extravagance
January 20, 2015

“Festival of Human Abilities” at Aquarium of the Pacific – Los Angeles event report

Celebrate the talents and creativity of people with disabilities at the Festival of Human Abilities. It’s being staged once again at the Aquarium of the Pacific
January 15, 2015

“The Queen of Colors” – a delightful play for small children now playing at the Wallis – Los Angeles theater review


Only a few performances remain for The Queen of Colors, a delightful, hour-long play for small children now playing at the Wallis Annenberg Center for