Monthly Archives: October 2012

LA Girl: Dezi Paige

Dezi Paige kicks ass. Why? Do you know anyone who scuba dives old pirate wrecks off the British Virgin Islands? If that weren’t enough, LOOK at her. But that’s not even it! Listen to her! But you can’t be jealous … Continue reading

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Dear Librarian…

“Dear Librarian…”  My continuing struggle against one of the oldest enemies in Los Angeles…  IGNORANCE! Boris K. of Beverly Hills asks, “Dear Librarian, what’s up with Halloween anyway?  Is it just another bullshit commercial opportunity like Christmas, or is there … Continue reading

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Was There Ever a Real ‘Devil’s School’?

For anyone who is familiar with the classic horror tale of Dracula there is a particular paragraph that has raised many questions in the minds of readers, ever since the book’s release over a hundred years ago. In that paragraph … Continue reading

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LA Mag’s 7th Annual Food and Wine Event!

If you missed out on LA Mags 7th annual food event this past Sunday then I’m sorry to say you REALLY missed out. It was a perfect day with fall in the air as you tasted till you couldn’t taste … Continue reading

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Live Review: Prince and the New Power Generation at Sayers Club

In town last week for an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live to plug his latest single, Prince showed up twice at the 200-capacity, invite-only Sayers Club, pleasuring the priviliged with hyper-intimate sets showcasing his new protégé Andy Allo, as well … Continue reading

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Review: Public Image Limited at the Club Nokia 10/28/12

Johnny Lydon aka Johnny Rotten made his triumphant Los Angeles return with Public Image Limited on Sunday night at Club Nokia. I confess I didn’t venture to the Club Nokia on Sunday night with any interest, or for that matter, … Continue reading

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Dia de los Muertos Events

The big Hollywood Cemetary event may be over, but there are plenty of other ceremonies around town where you can commune with the dead. These are my two favorites. Self Help Graphics mixes tradition with an artier take on the holiday. This … Continue reading

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Theater Review: In the Red and Brown Water at The Fountain Theater

    A legitimate work of art doesn’t require perfection in each of its components to manifest its truth. It doesn’t even have to reach the pinnacle of its own form to raise its observer to a higher place within … Continue reading

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The Top 10 Worst Horror Films Ever Made!

With Halloween almost here, The Los Angeles Beat welcomes witty and popular Yahoo Network contributor Lara Bailey, as she presents her pick of the top ten worst horror films ever made. Although I might disagree with her decision to include … Continue reading

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Warren Miller’s ‘Flow State’ Coming to Theatres Soon

Victoria Simarano Director, Grassroots and Strategic Partnerships: Climate Reality: “Hi, LA Beat readers! Winter is almost here! But our planet is heating up … and our ski slopes and sledding hills need to be there for the next generation. Climate … Continue reading

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