Jesus Ambrosio Off-Ramp Intern
Stories by Jesus Ambrosio
"We are the only California public library that has a zine collection catalogued that you can take home with your library card” - Ziba Zehdar-Gazdecki, librarian at Long Beach Public Library
When L.A. Live is dark, it's your turn to shine at Downtown Dark Night at L.A. Live.
“Anatomy of Innocence” is a new anthology that tells the stories of over a dozen people who were convicted of crimes they did not commit.
Celebrate Free Comic Book Day! The annual tradition is held every first Saturday in May at participating comic book specialty shops.
The jolly big-bellied figure is 67 years old, and for the past 10 years the statue has been the starting point of the Santa to the Sea race.
Desert X is a site-specific art exhibition in the Coachella Valley. The showcase features 16 contemporary art installations, spread out in the desert.
Discover the best new music in Los Angeles at this indie music festival. This alternative to Coachella is local and won't break the bank.
We talked with veteran driver Tommy Kendall about his biggest pet peeves about L.A. drivers and asked him for tips for driving better.
We get a preview of the Grand Prix from veteran driver Tommy Kendall. He’ll take us through the twists and turns of the urban race.
An A picture and a B picture every night at the 19th annual Film Noir Festival at the Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood, which starts today.
Smorgasburg LA brings its downtown market to the Santa Monica Pier. All the foodie and crafty pleasures you'd expect from Smorgasburg LA ... with more sun.
"Creature" fills the Broad's first-floor galleries with art about the "self," including works by Andy Warhol, Takashi Murakami, and Jean-Michel Basquiat.
LA Cookie Con has sweet bites for everyone: traditional, sweet, savory, salty, and – of course, because this is L.A. -- plenty of vegan and gluten-free treats, too.
The production of "Zoot Suit" at the Mark Taper Forum blends fact and fiction to tell the story of contentious trail of the Sleepy Lagoon murder. The library has the original story!
"The systems of oppression have made black people terrified of their own selves is one of the saddest statements in the film."