Category Archives: Miscellanious

“Fun Home” Is So Much More Than Fun

In fact, “Fun Home” based on the graphic novel by Alison Bechtel, with music by Jeanine Tesoro, and book and lyrics by Lisa Kron, is absolutely brilliant. Yes, it’s fun and funny, but it’s also a fascinating, original  and poignant character … Continue reading

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Life Interrupted: A Groundbreaking New Sitcom Starring all Your Favorite Classic TV Icons, but With a Wonderfully Contemporary Avant-Garde Twist!

Ever hanker for a taste of a show sporting that nostalgic sitcom feel, starring many of the actors and actresses you knew and loved growing up but playing near polar opposites of themselves?  Well then Borgasmord Productions’ Life Interrupted might … Continue reading

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Visiting Lancaster Offers A Creative Art Scene, Theaters and Delicious Restaurants Along The BLVD

Most Angelenos know that the southern border of Los Angeles County ends at the “Orange Curtain”. Many think that the northern border lies just past the San Fernando and Santa Clarita Valleys. Los Angeles County, however, is much more diverse … Continue reading

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Peach Talks About Her New Live CD, Peach and the Almost Blues Band: A Night In Copenhagen

In 2014, Peach Reasoner gave a concert in Venice that the LA Beat wrote about. Two years later, Peach has brought the same energy and purity of voice to a new live CD, Peach and the Almost Blues Band: A … Continue reading

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‘The Great Wall’ Find Out Why It Was Really Built

According to writers, Carlo Bernard, Doug Miro, and Tony Gilroy the wall was built to keep out monsters; big, bad, souless monsters that resemble gigantic prehistoric reptiles, who swarm the wall every 60 years to kill and bring the dead … Continue reading

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Queer LA: Juno and Anne of the BAQAFN* visit So Cal

*Bay Area Queer Anti-Fascist Network Photo by Judy Ornelas Sisneros. All rights reserved.

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Don Most Plucks Cupid’s Proverbial Bow as Audiences are Struck into Submission by said Archetypal Arrow via His New Romantic Album “Mostly Swinging”!

Aaah Valentine’s Day: What better holiday to take us on a journey from loss and longing, to the promise of requited love, to smitten persuasion and romantic occasion on back again than the currently released album celebrating love in all … Continue reading

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Mary Hart and Harry Friedman to Receive Lifetime Achievement Awards at 44th Annual Daytime Emmys!

Well it’s that time of year again—The rust-colored leaves are finally dropping off the Southern California trees in preparation to bloom straight into summer. The promised El Nino/La Nina is doing the exact opposite of what all its meteorological prognosticators … Continue reading

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Stars Come Out At Night For “Winners” At Morrison Hotel Gallery at Sunset Marquis

Last night a few hundred guests and your’s truly were in attendance at my favorite Rock and Roll watering hole, the Morrison Hotel Gallery at Sunset Marquis in West Hollywood. The occasion? “Winners”, a celebration of the rich history of … Continue reading

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Valentine’s Day Psychedelic Love In to celebrate Signs of Life Exhibit

Arts Brookfield, who brought those giant inflatable bunnies to DTLA (here), now bring  a new art installation, Signs of Life, featuring pop art imagery from seminal SoCal artist John Van Hamersveld. Known for his legendary posters for the surf movie “Endless Summer” and Jimi … Continue reading

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