During the late 1960s and early 1970s, pirates in Los Angeles provided a window into the tensions over access to music that besets the difficult relationship that exists between ar
The sing-along event transformed the auto-centric space into a public gathering space.
This week L.A. Letters highlights two evenings of live music and a band of high school musicians.
"People could actually hold a symbol of their affinity in their hands -- their love of being a deejay or collecting records or dancing -- and consume it as if were like Catholic co
This week L.A. Letters salutes the talented musicians that reflect the shifting range of California seasons.
Specializing in enka and J-Pop, the upstairs music section of the long-standing gift shop has struggled for years to attract customers to its extensive collection.