Four-hundred patrons are expected on the grounds for the sold-out launch, featuring performances by Contra-Tiempo Artistic Dirtector Ana María Alvarez, Ate9, BODYTRAFFIC and Lula Washington Dance Theatre, where Niles both danced and served as company manager.
The next seven days will be great for foodies, rock fans, and extreme sports enthusiasts. In other words, just another awesome week in L.A.
While the renaissance in downtown Los Angeles continues with all sorts of plans and projects, it’s already a big hit for tourists both from here and abroad.
Music executive Mo Ostin has donated $10 million to the University of California, Los Angeles to build recording and production studios, a rehearsal space and other facilities for student musicians.
A wise elf once declared that the best way to spread Christmas cheer is singing loud for all to hear.