The Floricanto Center for Performing Arts will be hosting a carnival with activities for the whole family, including mask making, games, antojitos, and folklorico demos. The celebration marks the center’s second year in City Terrace, where a former furniture warehouse has been transformed into a workshop and community performance space.
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Where the left is stimulated, perhaps the right becomes jealous. What type of apparatus is the brain that’s capable of naming itself? Perhaps Big Butter, a Step Felt in Full cannot rightly be expressed with words, this dual show featuring artwork and music from brothers Mike & Tim Biskup.
HIGHLAND PARK -- Saturday, February 21 marks the grand opening of the York Park at Avenue 50, with a design that was selected by the community vote. (Did anyone specifically ask for a snake slide?) Along with the park’s opening the local Chamber of Commerce and Councilman Jose Huizar will host a community event that hopes to celebrate the businesses and artists from the neighborhood, The York Village El Mercado.
Eastside Weekend: L.A. Zine Fest 2015; The Princess Bride in Highland Park; creative writing in Boyle Heights
The most exciting thing about L.A. Zine Fest 2015 is the sheer volume of talent that is shared with total strangers. Think of it as a page out of the artist’s private diary. Close to 200 vendors, artists and publishers will be on hand, covering the entire spectrum of zines, from the basic DIY cookbook, to the more polished glossy magazine.
Local photographer Drew Aveling is O&M Leather’s artist of the month. Photos from his travels to Monument Valley, Zion, Alaska, Oregon and Kuala Lumpur will be on display, along with Tacos El Mago De Culiacan Sinaloa if the pictures don’t fill anyone up.
This weekend's events include contemporary versions of the story of Don Diego and the Virgen de Guadalupe, poetry and live music in Echo Park and a vinyl record potluck. Read More »
Eastside Weekend: L.A. Witch at The Echo; Homegirl poetry jam with Black Butterfly; Agents Provocateurs in Echo Park
This weekend's events include a concert by the garage band L.A. Witch, an exhibit of skateboard graphics in Echo Park, a "homegirl poetry jam" and a reading by emerging writers in East L.A. Read More »
Eastside Weekend: Cute Enemies in Eagle Rock; Vince Staples in Echo Park; Neil Hamburger in Silver Lake & more
This weekend's events include an Eagle Rock art exhibit about the cuter side of villainy, a performance by rapper Vince Staples in Echo Park and (on Monday) a Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Pride Day in Glassell Park. Read More »
Eastside Weekend: Burlesque in Echo Park; Vermin on the Mount in Highland Park; Viral at Bootleg Theater
This weekend's events include a burlesque review in Echo Park, a spoken word show in Highland Park, a night of Cumbia and play about privacy in the digital age. Read More »