Filled with legacy and aspirations, Creed II deals with the weight of cementing yourself while focusing on the originality of its characters to create a compelling sequel.
Every year, the gaming industry seems to positively and negatively impact the perspective on video games as a form of art, 2018 is not an exception.
Located in the heart of downtown Los Angeles, Dirt Dog is the place to eat. Its Instagram page, @dirtdogla, is covered in mouth-watering pictures of all the delicious food they have to offer.
Disney returns to the world of “Wreck-it-Ralph” in “Ralph Breaks the Internet“ and introduces viewers and their characters to the internet, which is filled with laughter and tears.
With an overwhelmingly amount of diversity, 2018 has some of the best albums.With artists opening up on their addictions and shining a light on deeper issues through music, it is easy to understand why these projects made the list.
Tyler the Creator’s latest release, “Music Inspired by Illumination & Dr. Suess’ The Grinch,” is filled with holiday inspired music and works as a modern version of a classic Christmas album.
“Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald” is an adventurous, special-effects-driven and revealing leap back into the wizarding world of J.K. Rowling.
With a combination of real-life experiences, great storytelling and unbelievable music, “Greenbook” is a joyride worth taking. Greenbook is a true story that confronts the notion of racial inequality with an unlikely friendship between a poor white man and a wealthy black man in 1962.
The Vincent Price Art Museum held a film screening for the radical film, “Salt of the Earth” Thursday. “Salt of the Earth” was previously banned in the United States for its communist symbolism of worker unity and feminist ideals.
CASA 0101 theater hosted the opening of “Remembering Boyle Heights” on Nov. 9 with VIP appearance by Lucille Roybal-Allard and a cast and crew of East Los Angeles College students and community members.