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Chinatown (Los Angeles, California)

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  • Actual Size art gallery turns into barbershop for free haircut day

     
    A free haircut is a good haircut -- or at least an artistic one. Or so an eclectic group in need of a trim or more discovered at the Actual Size Los Angeles art gallery in Chinatown on Saturday, when professional stylists, hobbyists and professional...
  • City to consider alternatives to widening historic Los Angeles River bridge

     
    City engineers will look for an alternative to widening a historic bridge over the Los Angeles River as part of a seismic retrofitting project, officials said Wednesday. Members of the City Council’s Transportation Committee urged that the iconic 82-...
  • New L.A. Box Collective of furniture artists to show latest work Saturday in Chinatown

     
    In conjunction with Chinatown Art Night on Saturday in Los Angeles, the newly formed L.A. Box Collective of furniture designers and makers kicks off a show, "So Happy Together,” with a reception from 6 to 9 p.m. at Fifth Floor Gallery. The 12-member...
  • KCRW spins a summer of free music

     
    In middle school, my mom used to drop me off at One Colorado in Old Town Pasadena with money for a movie and instructions not to wander more than two blocks in any direction. I’ve since gotten my driver’s license, a Tiffany & Co. has replaced the...
  • Rave's revival: Dance music spreads across L.A. this summer

     
    On a recent afternoon, Gary Richards was standing in his Hollywood office in front of a detailed map of the Los Angeles State Historic Park, the 36-acre plot just east of Chinatown. Richards, who has promoted dozens of gatherings under the moniker Hard...
  • County officials establish rave task force in wake of Electric Daisy Carnival

     
    The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday to establish a task force to examine and "enhance rave safety" after last month's Electric Daisy Carnival led to more than 100 hospitalizations. A 15-year-old girl died last week of a......
  • Are the fans M.I.A., or just skeptical? Ticket sales for Hard L.A. said to be 'slow'

     
    Another day, and more tales of a beleaguered concert season emerge. This time, its former teen sensations the Jonas Brothers, whose summer tour was shuffled to include more international dates, yet about a dozen fewer North American ones (the act's......
  • Security not a factor in Hard L.A. cancellation, promoter says

     
    In deciding to merge the July event with an August concert instead, Hard Events’ Gary Richards cites extra rules and costs created in the wake of a death after the Electric Daisy Carnival. In the wake of controversy after the......
  • New web-slinger is the face of fall for Band of Outsiders

     
    For Band of Outsiders' fall/winter 2010 menswear ad campaign, Scott Sternberg has drawn a future Spider-Man into his web. That would be 26-year-old British actor Andrew Garfield, who on July 1 was announced as the one chosen to step into......
  • Renegade Craft Fair in Los Angeles this weekend

     
    DIYers, get your hand-bound idea books ready: An impressive lineup of more than 200 crafters from around the country will be converging on downtown L.A. for this weekend's Renegade Craft Fair. The event won't be short on locals either. L.A.-based...
  • Small brush near Dodger Stadium is contained [Updated]

     
    A small brush fire is burning north of Chinatown near Dodger Stadium, authorities said. Devin Gales of the Los Angeles Fire Department said emergency crews are on their way to the fire near the southbound 110 Freeway at Hill Street.......