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Gallery 800 Presents “Valley Watercolor Society” Juried Art Exhibit Opening April 12th

I find that Gallery 800 is a somewhat uncelebrated part of the Arts community. While flying under the general public’s radar Gallery 800 presents some remarkable talent associated with the local film community. This month the Art Directors Guild (IATSE … Continue reading

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Go With Le Flo: Los Angeles World Theatrical Premiere at the Downtown Independent

I had the pleasure of being invited to a special screening to see “Go With Le Flo” at The Goethe Institute and was hosted by Stefan Biedermann of the German Consulate. There was a meet and greet before the screening where Harrison and I … Continue reading

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Southland Tales: Ridin’ The Metro

I’ve written on this site before about my lovely experiences while riding the bus to and from work. In my younger years it seemed like more of an adventure. I would, occasionally, meet new people, have some interesting conversations and … Continue reading

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Dami Sushi and Izakaya opens Friday, in Buena Park

  Dami Sushi and Izakaya will be holding their grand opening event starting Friday, March 29. The new restaurant, located in Buena Park, features fresh seafood, sashimi, sushi rolls and oysters in the sushi bar. Yakitori dishes, grilled on skewers … Continue reading

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Orpheus, Expect the Unexpected: The Four Larks Secret Underground Shows Set In DTLA

  The Four Larks Theater troupe hailing Australia performed a residency and a special showcase of their talents of their interpretation of the classic tale of Orpheus at the Getty Villa last weekend. For those who missed the Getty Villa shows or … Continue reading

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A Terrible Weekend For Proto-Punk: RIP Gary Burger of the Monks and Scott Asheton of the Stooges

This has been a weekend of calamitous loss for fans of hard American music, with the passing of Monks lead singer and guitarist Gary Burger announced on Saturday, with news of Stooges and Sonic’s Rendezvous Band drummer Scott Asheton’s passing … Continue reading

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Interview: Early Winters Appear To Discuss Their New Album Vanishing Act

  I joined Dan Burns, Justin Rutledge and Carina Round to explore Early Winters newest release Vanishing Act. Unfortunately, Zac Rae was unable to attend. Zac is a talented pianist and has one of my favorite looks in the music biz, … Continue reading

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Moby: Innocents – Los Angeles Photo Exhibition at Project Gallery

I met Moby for the first time for Destroyed opening at Kopeikin Gallery roughly 2 years ago. He had some interesting takes in his photographic work. Most were shot of his fan from the stage he was performing from in different locations all … Continue reading

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David Amram Remembers His Friend Pete Seeger

“I’d like to be remembered as the sower of seeds. That’s the greatest parable in the Bible as far as I’m concerned. Some seeds fall in the pathway and get stomped on and don’t grow, but some fall on the … Continue reading

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Meow, Meow, Wow!!! – CatArtShowLA Draws a Crowd

The line to get into the gallery started down Santa Monica Boulevard, up El Centro and even on to Lexington, but was worth the hour long wait. Seeing the pieces in person was so much a better of an experience … Continue reading

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