Category Archives: News & Sports

Santa Anita Suspends Racing after 21st Horse Fatality

Live racing is canceled today and the rest of the weekend at Santa Anita Park in Arcadia, and perhaps beyond that. Track management made this difficult decision following the euthanizing of the four year old filly Lets Light The Way … Continue reading

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An Insider’s Guide to the Best Snorkeling Spots in Catalina

Written by David Hamburg, Founder and Chief Editor of Globo Surf There is a reason why Santa Catalina is so charming–it is filled with beautiful hidden harbors, beaches, and coves, and the waters are brimmed with eye-catching sea life. The best … Continue reading

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LA Through a Cracked Lens: The Massive Beehive on Hollywood Boulevard

These are some photos of the much buzzed about beehive 30 feet above Hollywood Boulevard and Schrader. People are waiting for the city to take action while they hope nobody throws a rock at it. Because epi-pens are expensive as … Continue reading

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Pole Show LA presents ‘RISE’: What Did That Look Like! (Mezzo Tempo)

The evening only heated up further as every performance grew more lavish. Every vignette had skillfully and beautifully choreographed dance ensembles with as perfect tuned bodies swept across the stage floor, then flew with ease on the poles and spun … Continue reading

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Pole Show LA presents ‘RISE’: What Did That Look Like! (Arabesque)

February was much improved by a very special Valentine’s Day performance by Pole Show LA with a 2-day presentation of their newest effort called RISE. There were two evenings of entertainment celebrating love and the very best in Pole Dancing. When I … Continue reading

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LA Through a Cracked Lens: Farewell, Peter Tork

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The Bob Baker Marionette Theatre Announces its New Permanent Home in Highland Park

Ever since the Bob Baker Marionette Theatre closed the doors of its humble off-the-beaten-path cinderblock theater on first street late last year, the troupe has been on the road, appearing at various events and locations like the Pasadena Playhouse and the … Continue reading

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3rd Annual Women’s March 2019: Truth to Power

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25 Years Ago The Northridge Earthquake Rocked LA

Just the facts, from John Martin, engineer (JAMA) “At 4:31 A.M. (local time) on Monday, January 17, 1994, a magnitude 6.8 earthquake woke nearly everyone in southern California. The earthquake epicenter was beneath the San Fernando Valley, 20 miles west-northwest … Continue reading

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ChefDance 2019 Preview Gave us a Taste of the Upcoming Sundance Food Festival

Happening every January in conjunction with the Sundance Film Festival, ChefDance is a gastronomic event that allows cinephiles to titillate their taste buds during their stay in Park City. Now in its 16th year, ChefDance 2019 promises five nights of … Continue reading

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