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I Feel Pretty - Film Review

Posted By Joan Alperin

By Joan Alperin. I'm sure there are a lot of people, reviewers in particular who will find fault with this film but I'm not one of them. In fact, I totally enjoyed it. I laughed a lot and I'm not embarrassed to admit that at the end of the film, I ...

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A Quiet Place - Film Review

Posted By Joan Alperin

Emily Blunt in A Quiet Place By Joan Alperin. A Quiet Place, directed by John Krasinski, who also wrote the script along with Bryan Woods and Scott Beck, is one of the most terrifying and original horror films I've ever seen. Imagine giving birth ...

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What Happened When - Theatre Review

Posted By Rachel Flanagan

By Rachel Flanagan Ellen Neary and Chris Stack Photo by Darrett Sanders On a cold, dark night, three siblings gather together on a bed sharing warm, hopeful stories of their futures with one another, but the warmth doesn't come and the stories just ...

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Letter From The Editor

Posted By Nyla Arslanian

Spring is busting out all over. Thankfully, we've had a little rain and our hillsides show it. Enjoy it while we can, another dry summer is on its way. Historically we've always had our highs and lows as far as rainfall. One of the reasons Hollywood ...

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Oscar's Hollywood

Posted By Oscar Arslanian

Special Report by Marty Shelton Since the opening of the METRO Redline subway in 2000 running from Downtown Los Angeles to North Hollywood, Hollywood has seen a revitalization that continues today. In recent years, the area has become the live/work ...

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The Night Forlorn (or, Waitin' on Godsford) - Theatre Review

Posted By Discover Hollywood

By Terry Gloeggler Jim Beaver, Leslie Caveny and June Schreiner Photo by Garry Kluger "The Night Forlorn (or, Waitin' on Godsford)" is a brilliantly acted, beautifully directed and boldly written piece of theater. Billed as a "Tumbleweed Comedy," ...

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Pigs and Chickens - Theatre Review

Posted By Discover Hollywood

By Annette Semerdjian Andy Shephard, Poonam Basu, Sharon Freedman, Anil Margsahayam, Christopher Reiling and Lizzie Peet Photo by Peter Carrier With all the charm of a comedy about a dysfunctional group of people and all the beauty in genuine human ...

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4Play - Theatre Review

Posted By Discover Hollywood

By Bill Garry Zoë Simpson Dean, Ariana Anderson and Dustyn Gulledge Photo by Kelsey Risher The theater is set up like a night club - high tables and high back bar stools are scattered throughout. A few long, low platforms are around the edges. While ...

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Goldstone: A Western for the Current Age

Posted By Discover Hollywood

By Rachel Flanagan Aaron Pedersen There are not many people who can tolerate the unforgiving climate of the Australian Outback, but it is this exact location that provides the perfect setting for a small mining outpost with an unsettling and yet ...

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Roger Neal Style Hollywood Oscar Viewing Dinner and Suite

Posted By Discover Hollywood

By Harrison Held The Pointer Sisters Photo by William Kidston I attended the very classy & elegant 3rd annual Roger Neal Style Hollywood Oscar Viewing Dinner and Oscar Suite with Kasandra Carroll and we had a great time. The hot ticket event took ...

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Out & About - March 2018

Posted By Discover Hollywood

By Susan Hornik Spotlight: Wun Tayk Timmy I met Hollywood rapper WunTayk Timmy while he was shooting a video for his new album. "I love Hollywood, the scenery and overall atmosphere brings out something so creative in me." "Rest When I'm Rich" ...

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Roseanne Revival Comes to ABC

Posted By Discover Hollywood

By Valerie Milano Whitney Cummings, Tom Werner, Ames McNamara, Emma Kenney, Jayden Rey, Bruce Helford, Michael Fishman, Sara Gilbert, Laurie Metcalf, Roseanne Barr, John Goodman, Lecy Goranson and Sarah Chalke during the ABC Television/Disney portion ...

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Isaac Babel & the Black Sea - Theatre Review

Posted By Discover Hollywood

By Harrison Held Austin Iredale Photo by Jamale Abou Hamad "Isaac Babel & the Black Sea" is a very deep and profound dramatic piece based on the life of celebrated Russian Jewish author Isaac Babel, now playing at the Stella Adler Theatre in ...

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El Nino - Theatre Review

Posted By Discover Hollywood

By Joan Alperin Danielle Kennedy, Melissa Denton, Nick Ullett, Maile Flanagan and Jonathan Palmer Photos by John Perrin Flynn I have seen practically every one of Justin Tanner's plays including "Pot Mom," "Teen Girl," "Wife Swappers," and "Day ...

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A Walk in the Woods - Theatre Review

Posted By Discover Hollywood

By Terry Gloeggler Phil Crowley and Nan McNamara Photo by Matthew Gilmore "A Walk in the Woods" by Lee Blessing and directed by Ken Sawyer is so much more than a politically charged two actor play about negotiators during the Cold War. This ...

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The Speed of Darkness - Theatre Review

Posted By Discover Hollywood

By Harrison Held Eddie Kehler and Leo Ramsey Photo by Cesar Gamino "The Speed of Darkness" presents a complex story that I really enjoyed at the cozy, classy River Street Theatre Company in Hollywood. The acting is excellent and the dramatic story is ...

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Pizza Man - Theatre Review

Posted By Discover Hollywood

By Joan Alperin Emma Chandler, Freddy Giorlando and Raleigh West Photo by Grafton Doyle "Pizza Man" written by Darlene Craviotto is the second production I've seen by the Pop Up Theater and once again they did not disappoint. The Pop Up Theater was ...

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The Chosen - Theatre Review

Posted By Discover Hollywood

By Bill Garry Sam Mandel, Dor Gvirtsman, Alan Blumenfeld Photo by Ed Krieger The first thought I had while watching "The Chosen," now playing until March 25 at the Fountain Theatre, was "How did they get such authentic New York Jews?" For the ...

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Demin Doves - Theatre Review

Posted By Discover Hollywood

By Rachel Flanagan "Denim Doves" is self-described as a feminist farce, with music, stuck somewhere between "The Handmaid's Tale" and "Idiocracy." The audience joins in one morning to witness a small commune made up of a five seemingly clueless woman ...

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The Ugly Duckling - Theatre Review

Posted By Discover Hollywood

By Jen Brown Heather Keller McCarthy, Kathy Garrick, Anthony Grupposo and Kristin Towers Rowles Photo by Dina Morrone As per usual, Storybook Theatre served up the sweetest of shows with the strongest of messages - "Even though you're different, you ...

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