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Liz Ohanesian
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Liz Ohanesian writes about art, pop culture, music and, sometimes, a combination of the three. Her work has appeared in L.A. Weekly, Los Angeles Magazine, Hi-Fructose and a number of other publications. She lives in Los Angeles.
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    Noah and the MegaFauna showcases their eclectic sound, ranging from gypsy jazz to indie rock, in this raucous live performance on KCET' s Studio A.
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    Obscura Society L.A., a secret society, will hold a social gathering and performance on March 28 where the audience is invited to participate in "The Invocation."
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    YoungArts L.A is dedicated to furthering the artistic pursuits of some of the most talented teens in the Los Angeles.
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    Channeling titans of rock and riot grrl punk, power duo Deap Vally unleash a bombastic style of guitar-and-drums mayhem in the KCET's Studio A. Julie Edwards and Lindsey Troy met in a knitting class but their music is anything but well-mannered.
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    Woodbury University students are building structures that can be used for the "Seed to Skillet" program, where girls learn how to raise produce and turn it into a meal.
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    Mtendere Mandowa, better known as Teebs, is straddling the world of art and music.
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    The Flux Screening Series at the Hammer Museum is a celebration of short films, music videos, and the global community that makes them.
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    Miri Chais Chais' work, a rapid fire evolution of images and symbols, is based in the intersection between the physical world and the digital one.
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    Visual artist, Jaime "Germs" Zacarias takes inspiration from religious iconography, lucha libre, and the city of Los Angeles to create his signature tentacle-filled works.
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    Victor Castillo is a perfect fit for L.A.'s thriving pop surrealism art scene. His pieces are, at times, as whimsical as they are disturbing.
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    In her "Virgil" series at Vibiana, Nancy Baker Cahill's shades of graphite gray swirl like a tempest on large, bold canvasses.
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    This year's L.A. Art Show at the L.A. Convention Center work from L.A. players La Luz de Jesus, Thinkspace, and other local galleries.
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    Art collective UGLARworks takes an almost anthropological approach to Los Angeles and share their findings with an audience that extends far beyond the county line.
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    At the gallery Giant Robot 2, "Post It" has become something of an L.A. tradition, an egalitarian exhibition, not just for the artists, but for the patrons.
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    The current David Hockney show at LACMA, "Seven Yorkshire Landscape Videos," was filmed with 18 cameras that moved across Yorkshire roadside's with Hockney's car.
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    The multi-venue exhibition "As Far As I Could Get" features the vacant, dilapidated homes of John Divola's photographic work.
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    Artist Rob Reynolds' show, "Just Add Water: Artworks Inspired by the L.A. Aqueduct," explores L.A.'s complicated relationship with water.
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    Canandian-born artist Van Saro's L.A. street art illustrate a deep struggle for survival by reaching into the darkest corners of the political landscape.
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    Efren Delgadillo, Jr. created the centerpiece of "Prometheus Bound," spending more than a year obsessively crafting the perfect wheel.
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    Lenora Claire spends time people-watching, checking out art and investigating some of the city's best-kept entertainment secrets.
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    "It's so bizarre to be in there. The ghosts of drag queens are in there, I swear."
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    Food is a big deal for Van Overeem, even when he's not working. He spends much of his downtime visiting grocery stores and other restaurants. When he's not scouring aisles for tasty, unusual treats, you might find him playing music.
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    John Giovanazzi is a DJ, club promoter and, now, club owner, who has been working within L.A.'s music scene since 1999. So he knows a thing or two about concert venues and record stores.
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    This burlesque performer gets massages when not eating Japanese food and planning a tiki-themed baby room. We'd like to apply to be her best friend ASAP.
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    "They came out with a revised list of Scrabble words and they allowed a lot more q words. So qi is now alright. That was very exciting in my world."
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  • Entry
    Noah and the MegaFauna showcases their eclectic sound, ranging from gypsy jazz to indie rock, in this raucous live performance on KCET' s Studio A.
  • Entry
    Obscura Society L.A., a secret society, will hold a social gathering and performance on March 28 where the audience is invited to participate in "The Invocation."
  • Entry
    YoungArts L.A is dedicated to furthering the artistic pursuits of some of the most talented teens in the Los Angeles.
  • Entry
    Channeling titans of rock and riot grrl punk, power duo Deap Vally unleash a bombastic style of guitar-and-drums mayhem in the KCET's Studio A. Julie Edwards and Lindsey Troy met in a knitting class but their music is anything but well-mannered.
  • Entry
    Woodbury University students are building structures that can be used for the "Seed to Skillet" program, where girls learn how to raise produce and turn it into a meal.
  • Entry
    Mtendere Mandowa, better known as Teebs, is straddling the world of art and music.
  • Entry
    The Flux Screening Series at the Hammer Museum is a celebration of short films, music videos, and the global community that makes them.
  • Entry
    Miri Chais Chais' work, a rapid fire evolution of images and symbols, is based in the intersection between the physical world and the digital one.
  • Entry
    Visual artist, Jaime "Germs" Zacarias takes inspiration from religious iconography, lucha libre, and the city of Los Angeles to create his signature tentacle-filled works.
  • Entry
    Victor Castillo is a perfect fit for L.A.'s thriving pop surrealism art scene. His pieces are, at times, as whimsical as they are disturbing.