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The Rundown: This Week in Brief 07/30/2020

Shepard Fairey Posts “American Rage” Around Town New Shepard Fairey posters have been popping up around town. The above print, “American Rage” recently showed up in Little Armenia. The image is based on a photo by Ted Soqui taken during … Continue reading

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Movie Review: “Helmut Newton: The Bad and The Beautiful”

Isabella Rossellini states in the Helmut Newton documentary, The Bad & The Beautiful, “Helmut explained… (he) exposes a lot of the man(’s) feelings. You know, I don’t think his comments are about the women as much as his own feeling(s) … Continue reading

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Get your Virtual Kink on with “Up Your Alley!”

Folsom Street Events, promoters of the epic Folsom Street Fair in Central Ca. are producing Up Your Alley, a virtual leatherfest this Sunday. The event will be livestreaming DJs, BDSM demos, GoGo dancers, discussions, trivia contests and everything your kinky little … Continue reading

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Holodecks Show up in NoHo Park

One thing that’s great about living near the studios is the random creativity you get to enjoy. Halloween decorations in Burbank are always awesome. Last weekend set designer Arthur Chadwick made Trekkies cream with his inventive park pylon upgrade at … Continue reading

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LA Through a Cracked Lens: All Black Lives Matter

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We’re Not Through Being Cool: Stylish Face Masks and PPE

Wearing a face mask doesn’t have to be a boring civic duty. Cool kids in Japan have been wearing masks as fashion accessories for years. Add some style and express yourself with these masks and PPE. Don’t forget to wash … Continue reading

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Grand Park Invites You to Celebrate the 4th of July at Home with Rapper D Smoke, Chef Susan Feniger, Danny Trejo, and Shepard Fairey

Grand Park + The Music Center’s annual Block Parties have been Los Angeles’ go-to events for eight years. In spite of the Covid pandemic, they will continue to tradition with their “4th of July Block Party: Home Edition.” The first … Continue reading

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Marjorie Liu and Sana Takeda’s Fascinating “Monstress”

“Monstress” is a beautiful and dark graphic novel series (2015-current) written by Marjorie Liu and illustrated by Sana Takeda. The gorgeous art depicts a complex and violent world where tensions never cease between the Ancients (anthropomorphic animal lords), Arcanics (human-animal … Continue reading

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41 Reasons to Wear a Mask

Written by Jula Bell Liebi A compilation of positives related to wearing a mask: 1. You will help not spread coronavirus if you are asymptomatic or symptomatic. You will be protecting your friends, family, co workers, and total strangers. 2. … Continue reading

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New DOSSHAUS Exhibit at Corey Helford Gallery: POP GOES

David Connelly AKA DOSSHAUS returns to the Corey Helford Gallery in downtown L.A. with a new exhibit entitled POP GOES . . ., available (online only) until July 3rd. If you’re not familiar with Connelly’s black & white painted and … Continue reading

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