Dance Camera West Draws Inspiration From L.A. Landmarks

Dance comes to life on screen this weekend at this West Coast film festival.

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CULTURE

Playing For Bigger Possibilities: How ACEing Autism Changes Lives Through Tennis

The organization works with children to develop social and communication skills through tennis.

BOOKS

Kaya Press: A Welcome Change At The Festival Of Books

Kaya Press offered hands-on activities and warm fuzzy literary feelings at the Festival of Books this weekend.

BOOKS

New Book Showcases The History Of L.A. Through Menu Archives

Professor Josh Kun and chef Roy Choi take you behind the scenes of their newest book exploring the historic menus of L.A. restaurants.

BOOKS

Immigration Documentary Asks To Define 'American' At The Festival Of Books

Undocumented Filipino-American Jose Antonio Vargas contributes to the conversation surrounding immigration policy.

THEATER

Turbulence Ahead For "Mud Blue Skies" At The Road Theatre

Three flight attendants regretting their lives through drugs and comedy, a naïve high school student struggling through puberty and a third rate hotel with sticky substances on the remote control; what could go wrong?

HEALTH

Tradition Turned Trend: Yoga’s Westernization

A closer look at the evolution of yoga from spiritual journey to sport.

Food

Trend Report: Amped About Ampersands

Understand why so many LA restaurant names have adopted the curly symbol.

Tight-Knit Group Of Artisans Start Arroyo General, 'Something For Everyone' Store in Highland Park

The Highland Park gift shop offers a wide selection of products made by local artisans.

Newly Opened Rewts Tea Bar Brings CreaTEAvity to University Park

Rewts Tea Bar gets creative with tea and ambience.

'The Intern's Handbook' Author Shane Kuhn Talks Sony Movie Deal, Prior Internships

Shane Kuhn's use of colorful descriptions is the highlight of "The Intern's Handbook."

Health

'Go Curvy' Host Sherry Lee Meredith Discusses Body Acceptance, Red Carpet Fashion

Sherry Lee Meredith shares her thoughts on Cindy Crawford and Gabby Sidibe.

9 Places To Work Out For Free In LA

Free yoga, training, crossfit and more? Yes, please!

Why Is Weight Loss Anyone Else's Business?

After you shrink your waistline, are your friends only waiting for you to gain it back?

Sustainable Dorm Living: Project Wormsmeat

Learn how to trade in your waste for worms. 

Culture

USC Student Show 'Grand Depository' Pushes For Change At The Art School

A group of Roski students are staging a well-intentioned, if ill-defined, protest in the Lindhurst Gallery this week.

Clickbait Literature: Why ‘Real’ Writers Can (And Should) Embrace Buzzfeed

The listicle is a powerful tool: use it for good, not evil.

USC Students And South L.A. Residents Unite With Art

USC student-run art collective Jukebox pushes students to mingle with the South L.A. creative community.

Get Ready For Record Store Day: 5 Can't-Miss New Vinyls

Record Store Day is next Saturday. You'll want to check out these five exclusive releases.

THEATER + DANCE

As Expected, Alvin Ailey Delivers A Breathtaking Evening Of Dance

Whether you're a devout Ailey fan or completely new to dance, this company is sure to take your breath away.

BOOKS

Q&A with Adelle Waldman: Novel Talks At Neon Tommy

After speaking with The Washington Post, The New York Times, Vogue, and GQ (just to name a few), Adelle Waldman sits down with Neon Tommy and shares her path to success.