"An Evening of Songs About Death" on Saturday, March 31 ignites an investigation into death-inspired music in Los Angeles.
In preparation for our upcoming Venice Field Guide, we invite Angelenos to submit their suggestions for the guide and we share our own explorations of the area.
From 1983 to 1985, Radiotron provided a safe space for breakdancing, popping, graffiti art, MCing and DJing, becoming known as the first West Coast Hip Hop youth center.
What would a mixtape made in Highland Park in 1905 sound like? A large part of it would consist of recordings made by Charles Lummis.
"I'm from Tijuana so L.A. wasn't that foreign," songwriter and musician Ceci Bastida tells us how she came to love L.A.
Many musicians have been inspired by Highland Park - Jackson Browne with "Lawless Avenues" and Eleanor Friedberger's "Inn of the Seventh Ray" comes to mind - but local band Articho