Residents of Pasadena are divided over the prospect of the Rose Bowl hosting an annual music festival.
From grand collections of the ancient world’s splendor to surreal kitsch found in workshop studios, Los Angeles is a swirling palette of bold visions. Here’s a quick list of some of the art lover’s favorites.
With Weeks To Coachella, Inaugural Festival Of The Desert Brings Classical Arts To Southern California
With days until tents go up in Indio and wristbands fling into the dusty air of the Coachella Valley for the region’s annual music festival, Barrett Wissman was betting on Southern Californians with a taste for the classical arts Wednesday night.
An alley behind one of the busiest streets in the San Fernando Valley is being transformed into a new public space under a citywide initiative.
A pair of celebrity personalities are under fire after making controversial remarks over the film “American Sniper” over Twitter.
Carlo DeVito, author of “Inventing Scrooge” from sister company Simon & Schuster, shares five little known facts about Charles Dicken’s “A Christmas Carol.”
Who says great art has to come at a high price? Here’s your guide to the best free admission museums.
Get tips for organizing your bookshelf from Erin Gates, author of Elements of Style: Designing a Home & a Life from sister company Simon & Schuster.
Funding for the arts at Fairfax High School is flourishing, thanks to a community project started 16 years ago.
A vintage typewriter and several rare Roman coins will be among the mementos from the LAUSD’s art and artifacts collection that will be on public display Tuesday for the first time ever.
Sean Lew has become an internet sensation thanks to a YouTube video that shows him performing a routine to Lady Gaga’s Applause.
Manny Prieto and Isela Sotelo, program manager and executive director of Los Angeles Music and Art School, stopped by KCAL9 Friday to discuss their Stars for the Arts Benefit Concert!
After languishing for nearly two decades, the once-vibrant Westwood Village is desperate to make a comeback.
A group of senior citizens in the San Fernando Valley were set Wednesday to celebrate the opening of a new community center with a song and dance all their own.
The district faces a “substantially shorter school year” along with cuts to transportation, magnet schools, and honors classes if voters reject proposed tax hikes next month.