Frank Simes, musical director for The Who, performed for music students and explained what he believes to be the meaning of life at East Los Angeles College last Thursday.
The Black Keys are back after a five year hiatus with their new single, “Lo/Hi,” but it’s boring, underwhelming and wasn’t worth the wait.
The Vincent Price Art Museum will host the annual Art+Feminism “edit-a-thon,” a Wikipedia training session to improve the image of women on Wikipedia, on Saturday.
East Los Angeles College students have an opportunity to visit Japan during an 11-day program in January led by English professor Nadia Swerdlow.
Arctic Monkeys are still looking down on us from their hotel on the moon in their new single, “Anyways.” This two-track single includes the title track from their sixth album, released earlier this year, “Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino,” and the B-side, “Anyways.”
The East Los Angeles Department of Theater Arts is masterfully performing the difficult and lengthy play “Saint Joan” by renowned playwright George Bernard Shaw.
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.
Sonido del Valle is a cultural hub that is bringing vinyl records back to Boyle Heights. The record store is full of culture and makes it clear it is there to serve the community.
Sounds of Music is located in the heart of East Los Angeles. The city’s culture and the store’s history are on full display within the store’s walls. Posters of low-riders and beauty icon Marilyn Monroe are sold in the store.