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The Montalban Theatre in Hollywood is in the middle of its 2018 film screening schedule as part of its 2018 Montalbán Summer Movie Series. From now through October 31, 2018, watch classic movies from various decades on the roof this classic theater. … Continue reading
Jesika von Rabbit will be headlining in Los Angeles for two upcoming dates at Harvard and Stone, on Thursday, June 21, 2018, and at Boardners on Friday, June 22, 2018, in support for her forthcoming 45 RPM single release on the revived … Continue reading
An elegant picnic in a cemetery? But, of course. As a tradition for years before the turn of the century, families in New Orleans held massive, elegant picnics in their centuries-old cemeteries on All Saints’ Day to honor, visit and … Continue reading
Jenn Pelly Takes her Book The Raincoats 33 1/3 for a Spin at Soap Plant + Wacko, Stories in Echo Park
By Lucretia Tye Jasmine 33 1/3 publishes books about specific albums, with each pocket-sized paperback about one album. Jenn Pelly discussed her book about The Raincoats at various venues last week in Los Angeles, including Stories in Echo Park on … Continue reading
In January 2018 Hollywood Matriarch, Entertainment Industry Advocate, and Independent Donelle Dadigan had another notch to add to her belt by way of her most recent appointment to the California Film Commission. President and founder of the Hollywood Museum, Dadigan … Continue reading
The Hollywood Museum Opens its Doors to Dolores Mission Students and Child Stars Alike, for a Christmas Celebration that would be the Envy of Jimmy Stewart!
Ever wonder after the true sense of Christmas amidst classic Hollywood glamour, designer Christmas trees, inspiration as pure as the driven snow and It’s a Wonderful Life sensibilities? If so, look no further than The Hollywood Museum’s Annual Dolores Mission … Continue reading
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“Dynamic Dames Film” Series Kicks off Inimitable Opening Night at Hollywood’s New Arena Cinelounge, with “Don’t Bother to Knock”; Marilyn’s First Starring Film!
Marilyn Monroe: Ever hearken back to her primary starring role and what it might have been? A Queen, a High Society Girl, A Rich Heiress? Well guess again, then again 18 times over; If you had been at this past … Continue reading
Matisyahu’s Broken Crowns Tour Comes to the Historic Wiltern Theatre, November 13th and You Don’t Want To Miss it.
I saw Matisyahu years ago at the Long Beach Reggae Festival. He absolutely blew me away. Here was this Hasidic Jew singing rap-reggae, fusing traditional Jamaican music with rock, hip-hop and dub, in addition to singing freely about his faith … Continue reading
‘Honkey Tonk Laundry’ is a wonderful new musical written and directed by Roger Bean (‘The Marvelous Wonderettes’, ‘Life Could Be A Dream’, ‘The Andrew Brothers’) with choreography by James Vasquez. There are many reasons why you should see this musical, … Continue reading