Category Archives: Miscellanious

Movies Till Dawn: Comfort Cinema for Close Quarters

“Sixteen Candles” (1984, Arrow Video) Her family’s failure to remember her 16th birthday is the first in a string of indignities endured by Molly Ringwald, who must also contend with her sister’s wedding, the attention of manic nerd Anthony Michael … Continue reading

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Homefree: Report from the Front Lines of Homelessness in L.A.: What it’s Like

Tabetha Blesser 1/2020 I’m writing you from the parking lot of LA Safe Park; one of a couple lots (this one for a church) where you can go park if you’re living in your car, and they’ve a porta potty, … Continue reading

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Coronavirus Pandemic Affects Musicians In Many Ways: Interviews

The Coronavirus pandemic affects musicians in a lot of ways, and certainly more than many other careers. Major festivals, such as Coachella in Southern California, Treefort in Boise, Ultra in Miami and SXSW in Austin have been postponed. These have … Continue reading

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‘The Great American Takeout’ to Help Support the Restaurant Industry

The Great American Takeout begins today, March 24, 2020, as hungry would-be sit down diners are encouraged to order at least one delivery or pick-up meal in support of the restaurant industry that is currently taking a hit during the coronavirus … Continue reading

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Something Witchy: Day Goth 2nd Anniversary Party with Lydia Lunch

Last week, on Sunday, March 8, Day Goth held it’s second anniversary party and on hand to help celebrate was the legendary confrontational and transgressive musician Lydia Lunch (Teenage Jesus and the Jerks, 8-Eyed Spy, Beirut Slump, Harry Crews, Medusa’s … Continue reading

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The Intown Report’s Gig Picks of the Week 3/12/20 – 3/18/20

Now is a great time to go out and see some live music, the bands will thank you and so will your soul. Here’s some show recommendations: Thursday 3/12 Garden Amp – Deviated State, The Pawns, Alter Boys, Square Up! … Continue reading

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The Intown Report’s Gig Picks of the Week 3/5/20 – 3/11/20

Looking for cool live music this week? Here’s some show recommendations: Thursday 3/5 Alex’s Bar – Native Sun (NYC), Kevin, Rx + Love Friend The Prospector (Long Beach) – Soraia + Electric Children Friday 3/6 5 Star Bar – Radolescents, … Continue reading

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Actor/Co-Creator/Producer Kevin Spirtas Unveils Season 2 of Ground Breaking Prime Video LGBTQ Series “After Forever” at Los Angeles LGBTQ’s Renberg Theatre to Critical Acclaim!

It was a night of both terrestrial and otherworldly, fetching fifty-something fanfare at the Los Angeles LGBTQ Center’s Renberg Theatre as Actor/producer/co-creator Kevin Spirtas was on hand to proudly unveil the second season of his and writer/co-creator Michael Slade’s Emmy … Continue reading

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The Intown Report’s Gig Picks of the Week 2/27/20 – 3/4/20

Streetwalking Cheetahs video by Hilary Russell Looking for cool live music this week? Here’s some show recommendations: Thursday 2/27 The Factory DTLA – Reckling, Shutups, Nice + Gustaf The Hi Hat – Bloody Death Skull, Bundy + Fellow Robot Permanent … Continue reading

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A Busy Month at Disney Hall

Disney Hall has been busy so far in 2020, with no let up in sight between now and when the Hollywood Bowl season begins in June. Recent highlights have included Esa-Pekka Salonen leading the LA Philharmonic’s exploration of the art … Continue reading

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