CalArts alumnus Sunny Levine (Music BFA 98) will take the stage at Freehand Los Angeles in Downtown Los Angeles’s historic Commercial Exchange building on Thursday, May 31, at 7:30 p.m.
Freehand Los Angeles will host Levine as part of the trendy hotel’s monthly concert residency via Grupo...
Greg Kurstin won the Grammy for Producer of the Year, Non-classical. | Photo: Wiki Commons
The 60th Annual Grammy Award winners were announced on Sunday with CalArts alumnus Greg Kurstin (Music BFA 92) winning the Producer of the Year, Non-Classical category, (awarded during the pre-telecast, the Grammy...
CalArts alumnus Greg Kurstin (Music BFA 92) earned two nominations in the 60th Annual Grammy Awards announced on Tuesday.
Kurstin is nominated for Best Song Written for Visual Media (“Never Give Up” from the “Lion” soundtrack) and Producer of the Year, Non-Classical.
For the Producer...
Los Angeles County Fire Department officials announced plans this week for a private flag ceremony and memorial service — both of which will be livestreamed for the community to watch — in honor of the firefighter killed in the Station 81 shooting on June 1.
In an announcement released on Monday, Rep. Mike Garcia, R-Santa Clarita, reported that he had secured $20 million in federal funding for the district to be included in pending legislation, with some of the money heading toward the Santa Clarita Valley if the bill is approved.
Demonstrating alongside the Hart District Teachers Association, members of the California School Employees Association Chapter 349 stood outside the district office last week in support of the ongoing negotiations concerning pay and benefits.
In the first four months of 2021, the District Attorney’s Office declined to file charges on 537 Santa Clarita Valley criminal cases — already 156% of the total number of declined cases for the entire previous year.
A virtual town hall Thursday brought together Los Angeles County Public Health officials to answer questions from the public about changes to coronavirus restrictions come Tuesday when California’s “blueprint for a safer economy” expires.
Due to an excessive heat forecast for the Santa Clarita Valley, the city of Santa Clarita will have its three branches of the Santa Clarita Public Library open as cooling centers beginning Tuesday, June 15.