1. Project of the Day—Concerts are cool and all, but concerts in specific outdoor environments are even better. SASSAS (say that ten times fast), otherwise known as the Society for the Activation of Social Space through Art and Sound (also say that ten times fast), wants to throw a free concert series at the Baldwin Hills Scenic Overlook in Los Angeles. They’ve already thrown concerts at budget motels, other parks and, somehow, a carousel.

    Project of the Day—Concerts are cool and all, but concerts in specific outdoor environments are even better. SASSAS (say that ten times fast), otherwise known as the Society for the Activation of Social Space through Art and Sound (also say that ten times fast), wants to throw a free concert series at the Baldwin Hills Scenic Overlook in Los Angeles. They’ve already thrown concerts at budget motels, other parks and, somehow, a carousel.

  2. Project of the Day—Los Angeles has a vibrant and fascinating contemporary art scene, and for awhile now East of Borneo has nurtured a ”collective reexamination of West Coast art and its history, highlighting unexpected connections and encouraging new lines of thought.” In short, it’s a great site, and it wants to be greater. They’ve also got books and posters and all sorts of great stuff in the pipeline.

    Project of the Day—Los Angeles has a vibrant and fascinating contemporary art scene, and for awhile now East of Borneo has nurtured a collective reexamination of West Coast art and its history, highlighting unexpected connections and encouraging new lines of thought.” In short, it’s a great site, and it wants to be greater. They’ve also got books and posters and all sorts of great stuff in the pipeline.

  3. Project of the Day—The Los Angeles Review of Books is one of our favorite places to read about books (we read a lot about books), so it’s only natural that we’d be excited to see a publication featuring the writing of LARB’s interns. Think of it as them showing what they learned, or just think of it as a bunch of interesting writing on interesting subjects like David Lynch’s Los Angeles, which can’t ever be explored enough. 

    Project of the Day—The Los Angeles Review of Books is one of our favorite places to read about books (we read a lot about books), so it’s only natural that we’d be excited to see a publication featuring the writing of LARB’s interns. Think of it as them showing what they learned, or just think of it as a bunch of interesting writing on interesting subjects like David Lynch’s Los Angeles, which can’t ever be explored enough. 

  4. That’s entertainment.
In just five years, the Cinefamily has become a staple of LA’s film landscape.
This nonprofit move house injected new life into the historic Silent Movie Theater, bringing exhaustive retrospectives, crazy found-footage festivals, awesome midnight movies, and a slew of indie premieres to a passionate audience.
Now the cinema is raising funds to finally update their hand-built theater for a new century. This silver screen dream is our Project of the Day.

    That’s entertainment.

    In just five years, the Cinefamily has become a staple of LA’s film landscape.

    This nonprofit move house injected new life into the historic Silent Movie Theater, bringing exhaustive retrospectives, crazy found-footage festivals, awesome midnight movies, and a slew of indie premieres to a passionate audience.

    Now the cinema is raising funds to finally update their hand-built theater for a new century. This silver screen dream is our Project of the Day.

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