Category Archives: Miscellanious

“Detroit ’67” Theater Review

  Once in a while a play comes along that fires on all cylinders and “Detroit ‘67”, currently playing at the Long Beach Playhouse, is absolutely one these gems. Set in the “Long, Hot Summer” of 1967, the 1967 Detroit … Continue reading

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Tequila’s Punk Museum Comes to Joshua Tree

Last month, the LA Beat’s own Tequila Mockingbird joined forces with graphic artist, Rolo Castillo, and AI artist and inventor, Phil Bosua, to bring “the past, present, and future of Punk” through the art of AI and the Punk Museum … Continue reading

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The Eleventh Annual Pasadena International Film Festival Returns to the NoHo 7

The eleventh edition of the Pasadena International Film Festival (PIFF) returns to the NoHo Arts District, presenting more than 130 films from 10 countries during its eight-day run at Laemmle NoHo 7 theater, Thursday, April 4, 2024, through Thursday, April 11, … Continue reading

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“Marilyn, Mom and Me” Theater review

Everyone loves a good showbiz story and the inaugural offering of ICT’s 2024 season leaves no one in the theater wanting. The world premiere of “Marilyn, Mom and Me” by award winning playwright and director Luke Yankee delivers the goods … Continue reading

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It’s Not You, it’s Capitalism. “Economics of Suffering: Part IV” by Linda Sibio

It’s not often that you get a press release that so completely connects your main interests – wealth disparities and crafts – but I’ll be damned if that didn’t happen. Her name is Linda Sibio, her work is “Economics of … Continue reading

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Festive Santa and Krampus Crawls, Stumbles, and Runs Across LA

This weekend and beyond, the winter holiday season truly begins within Greater Los Angeles when the city’s streets fill with both the most wicked and the most festive of revelers, celebrating in a style that can only be found in … Continue reading

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“As You Like It” theater review

        For those who are not particularly fans of Shakespeare, the bugbear is always the same: “I have no clue what they’re talking about!” The immortal Bard’s poetic dialogue can indeed be daunting for some. It’s definitely … Continue reading

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MICHAEL GRECCO ‘DAYS OF PUNK’ and ELIZABETH WATERMAN ‘MONEYGAME’ Exhibitions Side-By-Side at Leica Gallery LA

Set the date for Thursday, September 14, 2023, in Beverly Hills for two Los Angeles-based fine art photographers (and partners), Michael Grecco and Elizabeth Waterman, and their opening night receptions at the Leica Gallery LA in Beverly Hills.

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The Second Annual LA Rum Festival Includes More Tiki This Year

The Los Angeles Rum & Tiki Festival comes back to Downtown LA for its 2nd Annual Southern California festival Friday, September 8, 2023, from 4 p.m. – 9 p.m., once again at The Majestic Ballroom. This year will also feature … Continue reading

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‘Tiki Oasis’ Celebrates ‘The Enchanted Sea,’ by the Sea in San Diego

This year, Tiki Oasis will once again celebrate with “The Enchanted Sea”, August 2 – 6, 2023, at San Diego’s newly-renovated and elegant mid-century modern hotel, the Town and Country, in Hotel Circle. As “the original and largest Tiki event … Continue reading

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