Tuesday, September 17

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Ben Usen and David Kitz joined twin brothers Jesse and Matt Kivel to form Princeton, a Los Angeles-based indie band named after Princeton Street in Santa Monica. The group will perform tonight at the Troubadour.
Ben Usen and David Kitz joined twin brothers Jesse and Matt Kivel to form Princeton, a Los Angeles-based indie band named after Princeton Street in Santa Monica. The group will perform tonight at the Troubadour.

Danielle (left) and Este Haim (right) will perform alongside their sister Alana tonight at the Echo.
Danielle (left) and Este Haim (right) will perform alongside their sister Alana tonight at the Echo.

Rumspringa, an indie band from Los Angeles, will be performing at the Unknown Theater on Jan. 29. The band performed at UCLA two weeks ago.
Rumspringa, an indie band from Los Angeles, will be performing at the Unknown Theater on Jan. 29. The band performed at UCLA two weeks ago.


UCLA alumna Jessica Moss (left) and business partner Lisa Guajardo of the clothing line Leyendecker of Los Angeles presented their work Oct. 29 at Gen Art during their first fashion show together.
UCLA alumna Jessica Moss (left) and business partner Lisa Guajardo of the clothing line Leyendecker of Los Angeles presented their work Oct. 29 at Gen Art during their first fashion show together.

Traditional altar displays such as this one can be seen at the Dia de los Muertos event put on by L.A. Day of the Dead on Saturday at Hollywood Forever Cemetery.

Hollywood Forever Cemetery to host 10th annual Day of the Dead celebration

On Saturday, Day of the Dead festivities offer the opportunity to visit a Los Angeles landmark decked out for a celebration that's even older than the graves of film stars Jayne Mansfield and Rudolph Valentino, who are buried on the 120-year-old site. The event is in its 10th year at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery and features food, film, art, live music and an altar-decorating contest. Read more...

Traditional altar displays such as this one can be seen at the Dia de los Muertos event put on by L.A. Day of the Dead on Saturday at Hollywood Forever Cemetery.