Category Archives: Events

Occasionally, (A Photo Gallery of) The 2015 Doo Dah Parade!

Occasionally, the Doo Dah Parade occurs in Pasadena to thrill the throngs of iconoclasts and enthusiasts of camp! This year was no different as the parade officially brought festive mayhem on Colorado Boulevard, starting around 11am. A barrage of corn tortillas … Continue reading

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Movie Review: “The Clan” Screening at AFI FEST Presented By Audi

“The Clan” is Argentina’s submission to Best Foreign Language Film at the 88th Academy Awards and “The Clan” did great box office on its home turf in Argentina. “The Clan” is based on a true story in the early 80’s after Argentinians … Continue reading

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Second Annual Bowling with Bunnies Charity Concert With Playboy Bunnies: What Did It Look Like!

Lucky Strike Live hosted a night Bowling with Bunnies to benefit the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank. Of course, there where Playboy Bunnies, some in traditional costumes and others wearing black shorty shorts and tops so they could bowl with ease. … Continue reading

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Cat Café Primed to Launch in Los Angeles: To Feline-Fabulous Red Carpet Treatment and Catffeinated Contentment via Crowdfunding!

As a cat parent, have you ever waxed resentful of dog owners and how they just so catvalierly bring their canines out to coffee houses in conjunction with their friend, friends or an additional man’s best friend or two wherever … Continue reading

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YouBloom L.A. 2015: Music Conference & Fest in Highland Park

YouBloom L.A. is back next month! The conference takes place on December 12th at the Highland Park Ebell Club, and this year’s keynote speaker is Tom Sturges, former music executive who signed such artists as The Smashing Pumpkins and Foo … Continue reading

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2nd Annual Voice Arts Awards Gala/William Shatner Interview

Last night was the second annual VoiceArts awards gala in Hollywood. One can be forgiven for not being aware that this event even existed, it is after all, only the second time that this event has been held. On deeper … Continue reading

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“Earth in Concert” – Photo Gallery

On Veterans Day, November 11th, four very different artists came together to celebrate the Earth.  Us the Duo, Dwight Yoakam, Judith Hill, and Ziggy Marley brought Indie/Pop, Country, Gospel/Funk, and Reggae genres, respectively into an extremely diverse concert. Us the … Continue reading

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Friday the 13th Mini Ink

Just a heads up: this Friday the 13th, participating tattoo shops will be offering special deals $13 (plus the suggested lucky $7 tip). Traditionally, the participating shops will have a specific choice of tattoos to pick from. The flashes are … Continue reading

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James Beard Foundation’s Taste America Culminates in LA

After stops in major food cities like Miami, Seattle, Boston, New Orleans and Chicago, the James Beard Foundation’s Third Annual Taste America hit Los Angeles November 6th and 7th. The local celebration of the national epicurean tour, which focused on regional flavors from coast to coast, was chaired by restauranters … Continue reading

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Shag Store Opens on Melrose

Last Saturday, Shag’s new store on Melrose Avenue in West Hollywood hosted a grand opening soiree. Locally-based artist Shag is known for his counter-culture works inspired by cartooning, tiki culture, local landmarks, and mid-century modern style. The artist, also known as Josh Agle, was … Continue reading

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