Japanese American National Museum
Every summer the Southland bursts with festivals for everyone’s tastes. These five selections are chosen for their growing popularity and unique character.
This is a museum-heavy list that you can show to people who say LA is all flash and no culture. Free cultural exposure for the people!
Check out the Japanese American National Museum for a great tour through the Japanese American Experience. This is one of the only museums of its kind in the United States, so you are in for a very special and educational treat.
The City of Los Angeles Department of Public Works is under fire for producing a controversial video depicting the Asian community—all with taxpayer money, according to CBS2 investigative reporter David Goldstein.
This is the time of the year when money starts rushing out of your pocket, and there is no relief for at least another month. That does not mean, however, that your soul must starve for art and the pretty things that soothe your soul. Following is a list of five places in Los Angeles where you can enjoy art, film, music and dance in the upcoming days at no cost to you.