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LA Through a Cracked Lens: Fairytale House

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LA Through a Cracked Lens: After the Rain

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Eric McFadden Brings an Intimate Show to Genghis Cohen

Eric McFadden has gone his own way with his music for over three decades now, both as a solo performer and recording with and backing an amazing list of artists such as Keb Mo’, Joe Strummer (The Clash), Bill Kreutzmann … Continue reading

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‘Boney Island’ Joins L.A. Live Steamers Railroad’s ‘Ghost Train’ to Scare Up … I Mean Pair Up … in Griffith Park’s Travel Town

In Griffith Park—tucked in and adjacent to the Ghost Train, lawn haunt favorite “Boney Island’s” skeletal residents are back “telling jokes, doing magic, and causing all sorts of comic mischief.” “Boney Island,” having recently joined with the L.A. Live Steamers Railroad, … Continue reading

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L.A. Film Festival’s ‘Funke’ Takes a Not-So-Cheesy Look Into the Art and Business of Pasta

A very tasty inclusion to this year’s L.A. Film Festival was Director/Producer Gabriel Taraboulsy’s documentary film with Tastemade, “Funke.” Although at the center of the film is Chef Evan Funke, handmade pasta maestro of Felix Trattoria and son of Oscar … Continue reading

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‘This Is (Not) L.A.’ at The Natural History Museum

If, like me, you’re a little tired of having to defend L.A. from people who like to call it shallow—and/or base their entire L.A. knowledge on one neighborhood—then you might be interested in a new book from Knock Knock called This … Continue reading

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Nude Art LA: Exploring the Nude!

It’s time to take it off, I mean, all off! Nude Art LA (NALA) is exploring nudity and “The Nude,” not only in form, but in performance in their second exhibition to be held at Art Share LA in downtown … Continue reading

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Hygiene Product Drive for Homeless Women at ‘Boo’s Philly’ K-Town

Boo’s Philly has teamed up to help spread the word on Pathways to Volunteering’s Feminine Hygiene Product Drive for Homeless Women.  The event is tomorrow, August 4, 2018, from 1 – 4 p.m. at Boo’s Philly Cheesesteaks in Koreatown. The … Continue reading

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L.A. Becomes the ‘City of Gold’ in Tribute to ‘Times’ Food Writer Jonathan Gold

A citywide participation in a “City of Gold” tribute to Jonathan Gold took place on Saturday, July 28, 2018. Various government, art, entertainment, and other landmark buildings splashed their walls and fountains or gilded their crowns with gold light in honor … Continue reading

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watt’s picture of the week – tuesday, july 24, 2018

here’s a sign on the corner by the library here in my pedro town listing the port of los angeles‘ sister ports… many sisters! photo by mike watt – – – – – mike watt’s hoot page Please follow and … Continue reading

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