Category Archives: Science & Technology

Movies Till Dawn: Summer Shockers

“The Columnist” (2019, Film Movement) Writer Katja Herbers takes a direct approach to the ceaseless toxic spew issuing from anonymous male posters about her column: she tracks them down and murders them in increasingly gruesome ways. The blackly amusing conceit … Continue reading

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Virtual Adventure: Travel into a Volcano

Travel into an active volcano in the Republic of Vanuatu, located in the Pacific island on a volcanic archipelago east of Australia. Explorer Sam Cossman and his team piloted drones over the 7.5-mile-wide Marum Crater.

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Live Nature Webcams to Both Relax and Entertain

Sometimes we all just need to watch some kittens frolic. On the Explore philanthropic website, you can also watch hummingbirds, otters, manatees, and gorillas. Some cams are seasonal, and sometimes nothing is happening right at that moment, but most of … Continue reading

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Streaming Now for the Future! Generic Cinema High and Low Then and Now

Written by Joe Carducci You can’t watch everything.  Back when everyone was talking about all the great cable television shows they loved, I was finishing up research for my book on stuntmen and acting, and watching nothing but silent films, … Continue reading

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Photo Gallery: NAMM 2020

NAMM’s (National Association of Music Merchants) annual convention in Anaheim is known for its parties and concerts, but for serious musicians and industry insiders, the enormous convention floor is where the real action is, with a wonderland of over 1500 … Continue reading

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Ten Reasons Why You Should not Miss The Los Angeles Auto Show this Year

The world-famous L.A. Auto Show starts tomorrow, November 22, 2019, and runs through December 1, 2019. The show will fill the LA Convention Center with over a thousand cars, trucks, SUVs, and electric vehicles. Of course, the big draw is … Continue reading

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Weed Service Review: The TokrLA App Manages Your Cannabis Lifestyle When You Are Too High To Buy (Responsibly)

Ever feel paralyzed–or as we stoners say, couchlocked–by limitless choice? Going over to your dealer’s place to score some weed back in the day usually involved a more limited choice: take it or leave it. Nowadays, you can choose marijuana … Continue reading

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Natural History of Horror Opens at the Natural History Museum Just in Time for Halloween!

The Natural History Museums of Los Angeles County (NHMLAC) offered us a preview of their newest exhibition, “Natural History of Horror,” which will be on display through April 19, 2020. The artifacts, which are all from the NHM’s own collection, … Continue reading

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Interorbital is Bringing Big, Sexy Rockets to the Forest Lawn Museum this Thursday

On Thursday, October 10, 2019, from 5:00pm to 8:00pm., Randa Relich Milliron, CEO/CoFounder of the Mojave-based rocket and satellite manufacturing company Interorbital Systems, will present ‘Democratizing Space: Personalizing the Small Satellite Revolution.” as part of the Opening Reception of “The … Continue reading

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Douglas Tausik Ryder’s ‘Body Language’ On View at Jason Vass Gallery through October 19, 2019

Douglas Tausik Ryder‘s exhibition, “Body Language,” opened at Jason Vass Gallery on Saturday, September 7th, and the exhibition will continue through October 19th. Taisik Ryder‘s work is a conversation about fluid organic interpretations of form that evoke and integrate both … Continue reading

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