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Test Drive and Dine: The Lincoln Motor Company hooks up with Post and Beam!!

Back when I was in high school my dad had a Lincoln Continental. I have memories of flying in that car down the highway to Las Vegas. And fly we did, my Dad a former Air Force pilot drove fast. … Continue reading

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Richard Corman: Madonna NYC 83 @LabArtGalleryLA

Madonna NYC 83 is now open to the public with the hours of 11 AM – 5 PM at LAB ART located at 217 South La Brea Ave, Los Angeles. For more information, please visit www.LabArtGallery.com or on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/LAB-ART-Los-Angeles/137094113027382  

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Los Angeles City Budget 101: What this great city can look like!

Politics are normally not referenced as a part of entertainment or dining, but Los Angeles’ Mayor Eric Garcetti’s pending budget will influence what the future of this city will look like. Mayor Garcetti is seeking a “return to basics”  by … Continue reading

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Living in the Material World: Kai Aspire’s “Lost Values” Show

Street Artist, Kai Aspire’s solo art show “Lost Values” opened October 24, 2013 at Lab Art Gallery, Los Angeles.  Growing up in a Los Angeles household void of televisions, radios and other brain washing devices, Kai uses his art to rail … Continue reading

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SKYLER GREY, the Fresh Prince of Street Art, September 19

Some of you might remember a ’90s comedy sitcom called “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air”. In a nutshell, a goofy rapper gets in trouble in his rough west Philadelphia neighborhood and is sent to live with relatives in Bel Air, … Continue reading

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Olive Ridley Sea Turtle Returned to the Sea

Back in January 2013, an olive ridley sea turtle beached itself at Venice Beach. Concerned beach goers called it in to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s National Marine Fisheries Service (aka NOAA) for rescue. The sea turtle was severely … Continue reading

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MUSE/IQUE Sounds of Summer Finale @ CalTech

MUSE/IQUE ended its summer of sound 2013 season with a sensory assault.  Former Tower of Power lead vocal, Ellis Hall, accompanied the usual suspects:  including violinist Roger Wilkie, and the fabulous MUSE/IQUE orchestra conducted by Artistic Director Rachael Worby.  The audience joined in … Continue reading

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Whale Watching with AOP and Harbor Breeze Cruises

When I was a kid I had a jack-in-the-box. I would turn the handle never knowing when the jack would pop up.  Whale watching with the Aquarium of the Pacific (AOP) and Harbor Breeze Cruise is sort of like that. … Continue reading

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Pasadena’s Gamble House Servant Quarters on View

Designed in 1908 for Procter & Gamble heirs, David and Mary Gamble, the Gamble House is example of American Arts and Crafts style architecture. Charles and Henry Greene designed many “ultimate Bungalows’ around the turn of the 1900s century. These … Continue reading

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Flamenco Festival Today July 28 Last Day at El Cid

Flamenco! It’s spanish style dance, music and song. The Flamenco Festival celebrates El Cid’s fifty year tradition to bring flamenco music and dance to Los Angeles. Admission to the festival is $55.00 per person – available only at the door. … Continue reading

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