Everyone knows all the super hip VIPs hang out at the parties during the daytime all Coachella weekend--enjoy these pics of the Music Loves Fashion pool party at the Riviera Hotel, which also featured over 40 DJs. All photos by Doug Neill.
Day two featured everyone from the Dead Weather, the Gossip, the xx and Edward Sharpe to Muse, DEVO, Shooter Jennings and Faith No More. All photos by Andrew Youssef. Click here for our wrap-up post on day two!
On 4/16-4/18, the Anaheim Comic Con took place at the Anaheim Convention Center. Look out for a few cameos from hot gals, hot gals cosplaying, Verne Troyer, cute kids, a certain genie in a bottle and more. All photos by Keith May. Click here for our assessment of the weekend.
From 4/16-4/18, America's Family Pet Expo took place at the OC Fairgrounds. The event invites attendees to interact with pets of all kinds up close--from kangaroos and every breed of dog you can imagine to llamas and even sloths. All photos by Vickie Chang.
Day one of three down! On 4/17, Jay-Z, the Avett Brothers, Them Crooked Vultures, She and Him, Passion Pit, Vampire Weekend, the Specials, Yeasayer, LCD Soundsystem, Street Sweeper Social Club and many more performed. All photos by Andrew Youssef. Click here for our day one wrap-up post!
On the night of 4/14, Vampire Weekend stopped by the Fox Theater in Pomona and performed a pre-Coachella concert. Abe Vigoda opened. All photos by Andrew Youssef. For the live review also by Youssef, just click here.
The Southern California Working Snow Dogs, a group of humans and dogs indulging in different fun dog-powered activities for the working dog (URBAN MUSHING!), meet on Saturdays mornings--whenever the weather is cool enough for the dogs--at Fairview Park in Costa Mesa. Pros, amateurs and (mostly)...
The third annual Punk Rock Picnic! On 4/10 at Hidden Valley Park at the Verizon Wireless Amphitheater in Irvine, bands like Supersuckers, D.I., Franki Doll and the Broken Toys, DMF, Bastard Winos, Honkies, Dickies, Youth Brigade, Narcoleptic Youth and many, many more performed. And all for a...
On 4/9, the Long Beach Roller Derby took over the Spruce Goose Dome in Long Beach for their first ever bout. In their season opener, the Terminal Island Tootsies went up against the 4th St. Retro rollers. Sirena Serpentina also performed. All photos by Christopher Victorio.