Banksy Responds to His Brexit Mural Being Whitewashed

The mysterious artist says the vandals simply beat him to it. 

Helado Negro’s Willfully Weird Art

When he’s not writing experimental synth-folk, Roberto Carlos Lange is breaking new ground in the world of collaborative visual art.

Jeremy Fall’s New LA Restaurant Mixtape Combines Food, Tunes, and Visual Art

The spot features artwork by Quincy Jones, Jaden Smith, Tokimonsta, Brandon Boyd, Serj Tankian, Gashi, and more. 

WATCH: Cardi B and Bernie Sanders Talk About the Issues

The two sat down at a Detroit nail salon (of course) to discuss healthcare and police brutality.

Magic Johnson Ranks His Top 60 Hip-Hop Artists from A Tribe Called Quest to Whodini

The retired baller likes ranking things just as much as we all do.

WATCH: Jack Black Is Doing Jack Gray Things with Jack White

The yin-yang twins of rock made music together. 

Attention, Intellectual LA Stoners: A Weed Museum Is Coming

The Museum of Weed opens August 3 in Los Angeles.

At the New “Harry Potter” LA Pop-Up, You Can Drink Booze

The Wizard’s Cauldron promises to school you in magic + mixology, mimicking one of Snape’s not-at-all-traumatizing potions classes.

Los Angeles Is Getting a “Blade Runner” Pop-Up Bar in November

All your money will be lost in time, like tears in rain. Time to be poor.

Johnathan Rice in Seventeen Syllables

Before the sparse crooner released his first new album in six years, he rose to Instagram stardom by way of writing haikus. 

Jon Rose: Guerrilla Humanitarian

The former pro surfer talks Waves 4 Water, the humanitarian aid organization he founded after an interrupted surfing trip to Indonesia.

Dear Charlene: “How Do I Forgive Myself?”

Writer and actor Charlene deGuzman answers your questions about love, loss, and loneliness.

Philippe Cousteau Jr. and Michael Muller Are Making Waves

The grandson of Jacques Cousteau and the world’s foremost shark photographer chat.

Pod People: How “The Last Podcast on the Left” Explores the Dark Side

The cult podcast covering true crime, conspiracy theories, and all things spooky looks ahead to a new book and more live shows.

With “Dolphine,” Mega Bog Uses the Surreal to Reflect On Death

In contemplating multiple recent losses in her life, Erin Birgy tightens her grip on the bizarre.

Swoon: Steadfast and Self-Sustaining

The Brooklyn-based artist details the intersection of personal and global sustainability in her work.

WATCH: Jaden Smith and Al Gore Talk Climate Change

The politico and the pop activist convened onstage at Summit LA18 to consider ways to save the planet.

Alex Honnold: The Rock Whisperer

He’s the only person to have scaled Yosemite monster-wall El Capitan without ropes, a feat detailed in the Oscar-winning doc “Free Solo.”

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