Rose Bowl Turkey Trot
A play by Prince Gomolvilas is getting a homecoming of sorts at East West Players from Thursday, Nov. 17, to Sunday, Dec. 11.
Andrea Sutjipta only graduated from university at the end of last year, and she has already garnered significant experience as an artist.
Sometimes even an off-handed comment can inspire an artist to create a piece of work that explores anxieties about relationships and the effects of dementia and Alzheimer’s.
There’s no business like show business — except perhaps for the business of parenting.
Billy Zane’s art begins with the spirit of inclusion.
Vibiana Aparicio-Chamberlin was there when Chicanos in Los Angeles stood up and demanded a better world for themselves. Her voice was among those raised and her body was among those beaten by police officers.
A native of Odessa, Ukraine, violinist Irina Voloshina has watched Russia decimate her country.
Statistics indicate that youth are less attracted to classical music and that the population attending live music performances is aging. A study published by the National Endowment of the Arts, shows the majority of classical music listeners are over the age of 40 and that the rate of engage…
Azusa Pacific University’s Department of Theater Arts has won a rare distinction. It is one of only five universities in the nation getting to produce “The Phantom of the Opera.”
On an afternoon hike in the San Gabriel Mountains on May 17, 1998, Azita Milanian made a horrifying discovery. One of her dogs had found something moving beneath the dirt on the side of the trail. When Milanian dug beneath the earth to investigate, she found a newborn baby boy that had been …
Nestled among the tranquil streets and camphor trees of South Pasadena, the new Slow Ode gallery was founded to provide a more humble, intimate experience for the region’s art lovers.
When Pasadena comedian and commentator Sandra Tsing Loh released “The Madwoman and the Roomba: My Year of Domestic Mayhem,” she couldn’t know that the book would be published in a year of absolute international mayhem.
Gayla Turner’s book, “Don’t You Dare: Uncovering Lost Love,” published in May, is a compelling love story that intertwines the events of young Ruby’s life and Gayla’s discovery about her grandmother.
One of the joys of being a storyteller is exploring different mediums by which the same story can be told.
Sitting around a phone on FaceTime in Atlantic City, Il Volo’s three singers — baritone Gianluca Ginoble and tenors Piero Barone and Ignazio Boschetto — are enthusiastic about returning to Los Angeles.
Today’s politics are filled with rancor and division, leaving a public who is skeptical that politicians are ever truthful or committed to doing what is right. It’s why a play like August Wilson’s “Radio Golf” can restore hope and refocus a weary audience.