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The 2016 Occasional Doo Dah Parade: What Did That Look Like?!

Over the last few years the Occasional Doo Dah Parade has migrated from winterish, to springish and has currently settled in the fall. Doo Dah is always the carnival of the absurd where anything that can be imagined can manifest … Continue reading

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Metropolitan Fashion Week: 3 Days of Fantastic Costumes and Haute Fashion!

Metropolitan Fashion Week, presented by Century West BMW, is hailed as the most fashionable week in Hollywood. The event is produced and directed by Eduardo Khawam. My article last year, “Los Angeles Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2016: What It looked Like! describes the exceptional experience that Eduardo created. Last year’s grand … Continue reading

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TRAPEZE NYE Golden Regale Party: What Did That Look Like!

Trapeze put on a lively NYE party in the heart of the DTLA Fashion District featuring hot burlesque entertainment from some remarkably talented ladies, who including Evie Lovelle, Iza La Vamp, Valerie Stunning, Stilletta Maraschino, Mojo Deville, Dasha Cayenne and Ashley Hayward baring it all to a more than … Continue reading

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Suicide Girls’ Blackheart Burlesque Tour Returned to LA for Another Bangerz Night Out!

This year’s Suicide Girls’ Blackheart Burlesque Tour comes with new faces and a slightly revamped set of songs and choreography. The heat was on Friday night to a sold show at the House of Blues in West Hollywood. There was less … Continue reading

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Hollywood Heritage Museum and The Hollywood Chamber of Commerce Celebrating: The Squaw Man, 100 Years of Movie Production

  Nothing says “Hollywood” like the Silent Era and the Golden Age of film. Yesterday, July 1st, marked the centennial celebration The Squaw Man by the The Hollywood Chamber of Commerce and the Hollywood Heritage Museum.The Hollywood production of Squaw Man was the … Continue reading

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L.A. Chinese New Year’s Day Parade Celebrating the Year of the Horse: Gung Hay Fat Choy!

Gung Hay Fat Choy! 2014 is the Year of the Horse! I look forward to this every year for some years now. It’s a spectacle of color and offers a window into Chinese culture and aesthetics. It offers a break from the … Continue reading

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Krampus Ball!

Good times were had at the Krampus Ball last weekend, although an unexpected stage dive during The Kramps’ set did result in an ambulance’s arrival at the end of the night. (It was Mike Odd of Rosemary’s Billygoat, but I’m not … Continue reading

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