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4th of July 2015 in LA: Every Single Thing You Could Possibly Want to Do…Fireworks! Cannons! Rollercoasters! BBQ! Giant Boats Made out of Legos!

LIVE MUSIC 3-Day July 4th Celebration at the Hollywood Bowl with Smokey Robinson (July 2, 3, 4) 7:30 pm / $13.00 – $256.00 From July 2-4th, Smokey Robinson will be bringing the Motown sound to the Bowl. There will be … Continue reading

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17th Annual Jewish Sports Hall of Fame Inductees Come From All Areas of Sports

Sunday’s Jewish Sports Hall of Fame 17th Annual Induction at the American Jewish University yielded some familiar names and some not quite as familiar but equally as talented. The event, with Master of Ceremonies and Los Angeles Emmy-winning sports legend … Continue reading

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Bluespower Rocks the Dana Point Food, Wine and Music Festival

Bluespower rocked the Dana Point Food, Wine and Music Festival Saturday. A large crowd, enjoying tastes of wine from many different wineries as well as food as diverse as lobster, oysters, Persian cuisine, barbeque and German chocolates enjoyed the event. … Continue reading

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“Chinatown Summer Nights” Kicks Off Saturday!

It’s that time of the year again. Time for Chinatown to explode with firecrackers, dragon dancers, a craft brew garden, DJs. shopping, and live music. Starting tomorrow night, Chinatown Summer Nights will be celebrated on the 4th Saturday of every … Continue reading

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Lodi, Grapes and Wines: The Town, the Vineyards and a Nice Tour, Part Two

In part one of this report, a wine tasting of Lodi wines led to many questions about the area. In part two of this article, we will look at Lodi, why it is such a good area for wines and … Continue reading

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Manifest Destiny Billboard Project Culminates in LA – Events and Where to Find the Billboards

Imagine driving along the freeway and instead of ads for buffets and gentlemen’s clubs, you come across a giant Marty Robbins album cover, a quote from Gertrude Stein, or a very meta picture of the trees and nature you would rather be … Continue reading

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Harry Soo 2nd Annual Backyard BBQ in Downtown Anaheim a Hit for BBQ Cooks and Fans Alike

Downtown Anaheim was filled with the delicious scent of barbeque on Saturday as the 2nd Annual Quein’ and Brewin’ Backyard BBQ took place. 24 teams were mentored by members of some of the top teams in CA such as Slap Yo’ … Continue reading

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Photo Essay: Long Beach Bayou Fest Saturday

One thing I have always loved about New Orleans is their sense of communal fun; if you are having a good time, they are having a good time. You can feel free to let go and express yourself. People dance and … Continue reading

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Pentatonix ‘On My Way Home’ Documentary Screening

What a year it has been for the acapella majesty, otherwise known as Pentatonix. From their platinum-selling holiday album “That’s Christmas to Me” to a Grammy award to completing their sold-out headlining ‘On My Way Home Tour,” the talented quintet … Continue reading

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This Weekend’s Long Beach Bayou Festival Will Have You Putting on Your Zydeco (and Blues) Shoes!

The South is the birthplace of two of the major types of indigenous American music, blues and Zydeco. Both were born and grew in people’s yards, in fields, roadhouses and at family get-togethers. This weekend, the 29th Annual Long Beach … Continue reading

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