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Hollywood ‘Celebrates Hope’ in Commemoration of ‘The Obama White House,’ ‘Wilding’ Photo Exhibit President’s Day & Black History Month

‘Twas the Night Before President’s Day And no one could grouse As photog Anna Wilding unveiled photos captured 18 months hence at Obama’s White House. Pictures of Michelle, & the Pres, were mounted with care, with nary a nod towards … Continue reading

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The Beat Killers & Hot Laundry Throw a Party at The Redwood Bar 2.16.19

There was a riot goin’ on at The Redwood Bar in DTLA last Saturday night! Long Beach’s Wet Pocket (formally Wascally Wabbits) got things started (very “K Records” sounding), followed by a rockin’ set by Thee Spectors. Why was the … Continue reading

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Take the Train: Wildlife Photographer of the Year at the Natural History Museum

If it’s been years since you wandered the halls of our Natural History Museum in Exposition Park, now might be a great time to reacquainted. If you’ve never been there, you’ll find a corner of Los Angeles you might not … Continue reading

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We Stole the Fire: Think Tank Gallery x El Silencio Mezcal Partner for Molotov Cocktail

Starting Saturday, August 4, 2018,  from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. on RCNSTRCT Studio (7400 Melrose Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90046) you should expect an explosion of artistic expression with “We Stole the Fire” pop-up opening for a three-part immersive program that will … Continue reading

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Live Review: Adam Ant’s ANThems Sizzled at Humphreys Concerts by the Bay

This quote by Moby got my attention the other day. “PS: #adamant was amazing. The last time I saw him was in 1982 when he literally arrived at the venue (a pier in the Hudson River) on a pirate ship. I know … Continue reading

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Blue Whale Season is Upon Us: Let’s Frolic in the Ocean!

As I’ve reported in years past it’s Blue Whale season once again and the Aquarium of the Pacific is teaming up with Harbor Breeze Cruises to explore the area outside of The Port of Long Beach near the beautiful Point … Continue reading

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Thirty Seconds to Mars’ “America” Release Party: The Museum of America 2 Day Pop-up Experience

Jared Leto completes a week-long journey across the country in support of Thirty Seconds to Mars’ forthcoming album “America.” The 46-year-old singer began the trip in New York City on Monday and has traveled by every means possible, while he … Continue reading

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Don Francisco’s Coffee Casa Cubana – A Night of Photography and Coffee

Since its opening last summer, I’ve visited Don Francisco’s Coffee Casa Cubana in DTLA on a regular basis. Wednesday was an exceptional opportunity to become more familiar with the coffee establishment’s menu. It was a night to taste their Cuban fare … Continue reading

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LA 92: A Transformative Documentary about the 1992 LA Riots

The synopsis of “LA 92” references the Rodney King verdict that sparked the 1992 riots, the protests, violence, lootings, and arson that followed. It continues, “Twenty-five years later, the documentary “LA 92,” from directors Daniel Lindsay and T.J. Martin explores … Continue reading

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Venice Beach: Where the Wild Things Are

Where else? Venice Beach is the setting for “wild thoughts,” the latest rush of wheat-pasted photocopy activism inspired by the genius of French-born global street artist, JR and his Inside Out Project . “The event was designed to celebrate everyday people within … Continue reading

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