Author Archives: Jennifer K. Hugus

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!

The Stars Align both in the Sky and at the Basin of the Hollywood Bowl in Honor of LA Phil’s Jose Iturbi Sponsored Rachmaninoff’s Piano Concerto No. 2 Featuring Painist Behzod Abduriamov!

And the Hollywood Bowl was more than singing and a string pinging on the night of July 12th as the stars, star watchers and stars namesakes alighting sky all aligned to watch  the Los Angeles Philharmonic, conducted by Gustavo Dudamel … Continue reading

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Fritzie Zimmer’s ‘What’s Left of Me’ Leaves Nothing to be Desired (or to the Imagination) all the While Leaving the Audience Wanting More!

OMG !– and all hail the “Fritzie Zimmer What’s Left of Me Show” starring Sam Pancake and Steven Wishnoff as Fritzie and Giacomo respectively; centering around the life and times of none other than Fritzie Zimmer the “World’s oldest openly … Continue reading

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Rich Little Unveils New Book “People I have Known and Been…Little by Little” by way of Being all the People he has Known, at Hollywood Museum!

Friday, June 1, 2018, was a most singular night in Hollywood: not to be emulated via time travel, parallel universe expedition, or mimicry of any kind! Yes. While you were out at that art exhibit opening surrounded by Hollywood phonies … Continue reading

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‘Little House on the Prairie’’s Bad Girl Nellie Oleson-aka Alison Arngrim-Gears up for June 10th ‘Nasty Nellie Tour’, a Patsy Cline-Style Trip to Connecticut all on the heels of The Alison Arngrim Show Premiering on UBN!

Ever wonder what Little House on the Prairie’s Nellie Oleson, best known as Alison Arngrim, is doing these days – and more to the point, how varied, sundry and intriguing they are to the apex of waxing as diverse as … Continue reading

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Judy Norton’s “Inclusion Criteria” Premieres to Star Debut at Raleigh Studios’ Venerated Charlie Chaplin Theater!

About a fortnight-halved prior to Tax Day and a stone’s throw from Easter Sunday, audiences all across Los Angeles were hopping off to a groundbreaking, new thriller-to-beat-all-thrillers in the form of the Judy Norton produced and penned Inclusion Criteria. Also … Continue reading

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Palm Springs Animal Shelter Honors Iconic Actress and Activist Tippi Hedren with “Friend for Life” Award as Accepted by Barbara Eden!

On Saturday April 7th The Palm Springs Animal Shelter bestowed its Friend for Life Award on one of Hollywood’s premiere animal activists and exotic cat rescuers (most famous for having been terrorized by birds): Tippi Hedren. Fostering a concern for … Continue reading

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Karen Sharpe-Kramer and Kat Kramer Unveil a Biography Long Overdue: “Producer of Controversy: Stanley Kramer — Hollywood Liberalism, and The Cold War”

On sunny, celebratory Saturday in February, denizens of Los Angeles and Palm Springs in kind forfeited that of the beach, volleyball and desert fancy in preference of inland entropy as a caravan of natives from Los Angeles and Palm Springs … Continue reading

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The Hollywood Museum Unveils The Bathing Suits Behind the Mouse Ears in LAtest Exhibit, Annette: America’s Girl Next Door and the Teen of Queen

The old Max Factor Building was decked out with all things Disney just about a week past Valentine’s Day for the purposes of honoring an exhibit opening pertaining to one of America’s favorite sweethearts in kind, as stars the city … Continue reading

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Third Annual Roger Neal Style Hollywood Oscar Viewing Party and ICON Awards Slated or Sunday March 4th at Hollywood Museum, Diagonally Across from the Dolby!

On Sunday, March 4, 2018, in grand preparation for the Academy Awards, an additional red carpet will be unfurled diagonally across the from the Dolby Theatre to transport all in attendance, across the street in both triumphant and televised fashion … Continue reading

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The National Academy of Arts and Sciences Announces Drama Performer Pre-Nominations for 45th Annual Daytime Emmy® Awards!

Oh yes, it’s that time of year again!!! On Jan. 25, 2018 the world was made privy to that of the Drama Performer Pre-Nominations upon their announcement by the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences all in rousing anticipation of … Continue reading

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