What Roddy Bottum Advocates Might Surprise You
I’m participating in the AIDS/LifeCycle ride this year. It’s a 575-mile bike ride from San Francisco to Los Angeles that benefits two key California institutions that assist people affected by the HIV. I’m struggling with the bike fashion but coming to terms. Please help me to help others. Doing it together is so much more rewarding. I appreciate anything you can do to help. Big hug. Here’s my donation page: ToFightHIV.org/GoTo/RoddyBottum
I used to DJ this monthly wig party thrown by my friend Jean Natalia. Wear a wig to themes like “Get Your Flapper On” or “Get Your Evel Knievel On” or “Get Your Hobo On.” Awesome, fantastic performances. With wigs, duh.
A super-innovative magician who works semiregularly at the Magic Castle in Los Angeles. If you can't get in to see his über-creepy, dark, sophisticated take on magic there, get to L.A.’s Steve Allen Theater, where he performs sometimes too. Phenomenal. RobZabrecky.com
Right across from the Disney Hall, this school serves as a venue for the left-of-center, progressive classical music scene. It offers amazing ensemble performances, and Piano Spheres, a curated piano night, is the best music night in Los Angeles.
This is the other band of Imperial Teen's Will Schwartz. Will is my favorite songwriter, hands down. I've never not cried at a Psychic Friend show — his songs floor me. The band’s record will be out later this year.
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