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Offbeat L.A.: Dreaming of Wonderland- A Grace Slick Art Show at Mr Musichead Gallery, West Hollywood- October 17th

The space where music and art meet can be considered a dream zone. A hazy, crazy uber reality where anything might be possible. We are fortunate in Los Angeles to have the good fortune to view first hand works of … Continue reading

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The Intown Report’s Gig Picks of the Week 10/10/19 – 10/16/19

Schizophonics, video by Hilary Russell Looking for cool live music this week? Here’s some show recommendations: Thursday 10/10 The Echo – Drahia, Numb.er + Dancing Tongues Harvard & Stone – Schizophonics + Salt Lick House of Machines – Death On … Continue reading

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Renèe Fleming Returns to LA Opera in The Light in the Piazza

The legendary Renèe Fleming returns to Los Angeles for seven performances of The Light in the Piazza, the Tony Award wining musical by Adam Guettel and Craig Lucas. Ms. Fleming was last seen locally in recital at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion … Continue reading

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Offbeat L.A.: The Queen Mary’s Dark Harbor 2019- Historically Bewitching

October is upon us. The nights are getting longer, the evening air now has a slight chill, and the supernaturally inclined speak of the thinning of the veil between the physical world and the spiritual one. Yes, of course we … Continue reading

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‘Stu and the Kids’ Fundraiser at ‘Vibiana’ Presented a Variety of Asian Flavors and Star Chefs

Each year, Chef Stuart Skversky’s fundraising effort “Stu and the Kids” brings the best of Los Angeles hospitality together to create an exemplary and abundant sampling feast of Asian and Asian-inspired flavors. This year’s Stu and the Kids–now called Flavors of Asia–held in … Continue reading

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Review: LA Opera’s La Bohème

There is no plot more elemental than “boy meets girl-boy loses girl-boy regains girl,” and there is no more perennial opera than La Bohème, which follows this formula for both its main and secondary storylines. Paring easily relatable characters and … Continue reading

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Prost! It’s Oktoberfest at The Red Lion!

Red Lion’s Oktoberfest party starts now with a month of surprises celebrating the famous German holiday, and the tradition is a festival of the senses. We got a lovely Groupon for sausages and beer for 2 for $18.99. The dishes … Continue reading

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Musso and Frank’s Celebrates 100 Year Anniversary with a Star on the Walk of Fame

Last Friday, September 28, 2019 was the anniversary of the most glamorous bastion of old Hollywood, Musso & Frank Grill. At a ceremony in front of the historic restaurant, the grill was honored with the very first star on the … Continue reading

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Macallan Scotch Whiskey Turns Greystone Mansion into ‘Macallan Manor’

Show me the way to the next whiskey bar, Oh, don’t ask why, Oh, don’t ask why. -The Doors Last night Beverly Hills was the place for whiskey aficionados and curious fans. Macallan Scotch Whiskey turned the old Doheny Mansion, … Continue reading

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Rod Stewart with Jeff Beck at The Hollywood Bowl

Last night, two of the heaviest of heavyweights reunited at The Hollywood Bowl, where Jeff Beck performed a set with old bandmate and vocalist, Rod Stewart. Billed by the announcer as, “The first reunion of these legends in thirty-five years,” … Continue reading

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