Category Archives: Miscellanious

NAO Saturn World Tour – Photo Gallery

If you like to get groovy, NAO’s shows are the place to be. NAO, the East-London native singer, brought her cosmic talents to the Novo in Los Angeles just a few days ago along with Xavier Omär. Omär gets the crowd warmed … Continue reading

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The Foundation of The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Announces 2019 Annual Scholarship Entry Deadline!

Aaah, just as another year commences bringing us one year closer to the Age of Aquarius, so dawns the Daytime/Creative Emmy® Season. With it, comes the additional prospect of success-through-suspense, by way of a chance for TV-savvy, high school students the … Continue reading

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BLEND: The Rendon Gallery Pop-Up Debut This Week, January 25 -26, 2018

Amongst a flutter of art activity at the LA Art Show this week there’s a little bit of DTLA fun at The Rendon for a two day only pop-up. You may remember the last the two cutting edge art performances … Continue reading

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11th Annual No Pants Metro Ride

Participants of the No Pants Metro Ride pose for a group photo on the steps of the Hollywood & Highland Center on Hollywood and Highland on January 13, 2019. (Photos by Andrew Bell for the Los Angeles Beat) It was … Continue reading

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Harry Cloud and Paul Roessler’s New Album “Permadeath”

  Harry Cloud and Paul Roessler (Gitane Demone Quartet, The Screamers) have collaborated on a new 2-record set specifically written and recorded for artist Tanja London’s sol(e)menace-sculpture audio tour “Ancestral Stress and Trauma” (a part of Jason Watson’s Permadeath residency … Continue reading

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LA Through a Cracked Lens: Happy 72nd Birthday, David Bowie!

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Fantasies and Fairy Tales at LACMA

One of the newer exhibits currently at LACMA is Fantasies and Fairy Tales, which features artwork and graphic design mostly from the late 1800s and early 1900s that was inspired by myths, fairy tales and legends. There are a few … Continue reading

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A List of Favorites From 2018

As usual, my Year End list doesn’t include much released in the current year, because I’m a slow mover with a tendency to look back over my shoulder. But here are some things I discovered this year that I recommend. … Continue reading

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X / Los Lobos / The Blasters at O.C. Observatory 12.27.18

Last night I kissed 2018’s ass goodbye the best way I possibly could: by driving down to the O.C. Observatory to see X, Los Lobos and The Blasters play. You already know it was great. It’s ALWAYS great every time … Continue reading

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Movies Till Dawn: Back in Black (and White)

“The Man Who Cheated Himself” (1950, Flicker Alley) Rookie detective John Dall (“Gun Crazy“) investigates the killing of Harlan Warde, husband to socialite Jane Wyatt, who committed the murder with the help of her lover: Dall’s older brother and fellow … Continue reading

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