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Following a one-off recital of Oedipus Rex at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in June, indoor performances returned to downtown Los Angeles earlier this month with the world premiere engagement of SUGAR HOUSES by Rosanna Gamson/World Wide at REDCAT. Judiciously spaced in

We want to inspire other third culture kids to acknowledge their roots. We want to give the western world a broader perspective on African culture through storytelling and design. — Daily Paper founders Jefferson Osei, Abderrahmane Trabsini, and Hussein Suleiman

On the occasion of the Los Angeles premiere of NO ORDINARY MAN—THE BILLY TIPTON DOCUMENTARY* at the Nuart, Zackary Drucker will join writer Amos Mac for a conversation about trans jazz musician Billy Tipton, moderated by Michael D. Cohen.

I started my label Post Present Medium in 2001 and put out a pretty decent stream of records until 2014, when I decided I needed a little break. It felt well-needed at the time. I first met Behavior in 2017 when

WISH—the summer group show at Metro Pictures organized by Alexander Ferrando and including works by Reza Abdoh, Jean Genet, Nash Glynn, Torbjørn Rødland, Elliot Reed, Heji Shin, and Nora Turato—is on view now.

I work in the interior space of a window, that space between the two sheets of glass in a dual pane window, a narrow field of refracted light where energy is instantiated. What’s water architecture? Though it is indigenous to

History's laughing at you because you haven't learned anything from it. You, whose history has blood, executions, mass murders, the holy Crusades, "hallowed be my name"

There is nobody in this world who knows what my sexual fantasies are. It kills me to look at my old photographs of myself and my friends. We were such beautiful, sexy kids but we always felt bad because we

It all started with the Nova Convention in 1978. Focusing on the American avant-garde in music, film, and literature, the convention really was a celebration of legendary beat writer William S. Burroughs. Burroughs was considered a “has-been” in America at

Tennessee Williams and Truman Capote were deeply connected and had many things in common, but a mutual, sustaining friendship—in the warm, loyal, supportive sense—may not have been among them. “Frenemies” avant la lettre, they amused and antagonized one another across