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Jennifer K. Hugus

About Jennifer K. Hugus

Jennifer K. Hugus was born at a very young age. At an even earlier age, she just knew she would one day write for the LA Beat! Having grown up in Massachusetts, France, and Denmark, she is a noted fan of Asian Cuisine. She studied ballet at the Royal Danish Ballet Theatre and acting at U.S.C. in their prestigious BFA drama program. She also makes her own jewelry out of paints and canvas when she isn’t working on writing absurdist plays and comparatively mainstream screenplays. Jennifer would like to be a KID when she grows up!

Cardiologist/Actor Rico Simonini: An Interview Pulsating with Twists, Turns, Legendary Lore, and Doggedly Dramatic Beats

It has been said, health and creativity go hand in hand — in this case, by way of drama and doctoring! Throw in a Triple Threat, and you’ve got a career — nay set of careers and stories to accompany … Continue reading

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The Hollywood Museum Hosts Celebrity Christmas Decoration-Decorating and Tree Trimming Party

The Hollywood Museum was all astir on the first night of the last annual month that kicks off all Winter Holiday Celebration! Featuring a virtual parade of actors-turned-artists and/or artists exploring their creative expanse, The Hollywood Museum welcomed roughly 20 … Continue reading

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Hollywood Museum’s Exclusive, Premiere Celebrity Séance, Almost as Soothing as it is Spooky!

“Just woke up from a dream wherein she was in this marble building so large that when you entered it, you could hear quiet murmurings of the breeze blowing through it, and echoey voices/moans of spirits past, and they all … Continue reading

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The Hollywood Museum, In Partnership with Mitch O’Farrell, Honors Fran Drescher, Geri Jewell and Michael Feinstein at 9th Annual Real to Reel Pride Celebration and Exhibit Unveiling

It was a virtual Disco at the Hollywood Museum as the throbbing melodies of Madonna’s Vogue, We are Family and YMCA pulsated from the building’s top floor on the night of the first January 6th hearings (bereft any chunky, orange, … Continue reading

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The Hollywood Museum Unveils Very First Mother’s Day Exhibit with Celebrity Photos and Finger Sandwiches

It was a divinely feminine, and festive night on Highland and Hollywood the Wednesday before Mother’s Day as the old Max Factor Building welcomed mothers, sons and daughters, many of whom were also mothers and fathers, in celebration of The … Continue reading

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The Hollywood Museum Honors Bob Hope and U.S. Vets on the 76th Anniversary of WWII with all the Pomp and Circumstance of the 75th!

This past November 4th, the Hollywood Museum commemorated Veteran’s Day like never before! Memorializing the 76th anniversary of WWII with all the honor and distinction of the 75th, The Hollywood Museum, made up for missing it in 2020, and then … Continue reading

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Ruta and Tenuta Shine at 30-Year-Anniversary of Silence of the Lambs!

Judy Tenuta, Journalist Harrison Held, and Ruta Lee goof around at the beautiful Hollywood Museum for the 30th anniversary of The “Silence of the Lambs!” Judy was out for her first excursion since kicking cancer’s ass!!! Ruta has recently written … Continue reading

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Silence of the Lambs 30 Year Anniversary Celebrated in Hollywood Museum’s Dungeon of Doom!

The Hollywood Museum was guarded soundly, but trepidatiously on the night of October 21st as Hollywood Museum Founder and President Donelle Dadigan and her staff prepped for a night of fun, frightful festivity, and fava bean eating!  As demigod and … Continue reading

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Actor/Co-Creator/Producer Kevin Spirtas Unveils Season 2 of Ground Breaking Prime Video LGBTQ Series “After Forever” at Los Angeles LGBTQ’s Renberg Theatre to Critical Acclaim!

It was a night of both terrestrial and otherworldly, fetching fifty-something fanfare at the Los Angeles LGBTQ Center’s Renberg Theatre as Actor/producer/co-creator Kevin Spirtas was on hand to proudly unveil the second season of his and writer/co-creator Michael Slade’s Emmy … Continue reading

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Beverly Hills’ Theatre 40, in Association with The City of Beverly Hills, does it again with Another Rousing Room-to-Room Rendition of “The Manor!”

An ostensibly joyous wedding party opening in Medias Res; circa 1920s America; the declaration of a 47,000 Square foot Beverly Hills Mansion boasting 55 rooms bestowed to the newly merry married couple; A grand piano laden with wedding gifts from … Continue reading

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