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From the Editor - Spring 2020

Posted By Nyla Arslanian

Such strange times we're in. As we go to press, we've been on lockdown for a month and it could be another month (or more!) before we are set free again. In planning for this issue, it was obvious that any date-sensitive information had to be cut, ...

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Oscar's Hollywood - Spring 2020

Posted By Oscar Arslanian

The Hollywood Renaissance continues, as evidenced by the influx of hotels, apartment complexes and mixed-use buildings. The Heart of Hollywood project is in its early stages and will focus on a grand vision for the Walk of Fame. The eastern end of ...

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Reviews: Margaritaville

Posted By Olga Clark

Except for sort of knowing about Jimmy Buffet and loving his joyous song "Margaritaville," I arrived at the Dolby Theatre to celebrate the Nederlander Organization's new venue in Hollywood. That the production opens on the heels of the Oscar Awards ...

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Theater Review: Law and Order: the Musical!

Posted By Valerie Milano

I almost hesitate to recommend this delightful original musical: If it were to get too successful, the awesome weight of NBC's legal department might fall on the poor little theater company, despite "a parody in accordance with fair-use law" being ...

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Harrison Held's Scene Around Town

Posted By Harrison Held

We had a terrific time at the 5th Roger Neal Maryanne Lai Oscar Viewing Dinner and Gifting Suite held at the beautiful Hollywood Museum in the historic former Max Factor Building steps away from the Dolby Theatre where the Oscars were being held. The ...

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Book Reviews - Summer 2019

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SUMMER READING To begin your summer reading journey, it was the California dream made Route 66 the most famous road in the world. Flappers dreamed of stardom under the bright lights of Hollywood. A wave of families fleeing the Dust Bowl transformed ...

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Book Reviews - Spring 2019

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SPRING READING Serving the Servant: Remembering Kurt Cobain by Danny Goldberg, former manager of Nirvana, honors Kurt Cobain drawing on memories, archives and interviews with those who were close to the late singer. Goldberg became Nirvana's manager ...

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Book Reviews - Winter 2019

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WINTER READING Uninvited: Confessions of a Hollywood Party Crasher is a fascinating comedic memoir by former LA Times reporter Adrian Maher who goes undercover with a colorful network of eccentric gatecrashers who insert themselves nightly into ...

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Out and About in Hollywood, by Susan Hornik

Posted By Susan Hornik

Gold meets Golden Hollywood has long been inspired by the sports industry and vice versa, but rarely do these two worlds have the chance to mix and mingle. On Saturday, January 4, 2020, Los Angeles welcomed many of the world's greatest athletes to ...

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Out and About in Hollywood, by Susan Hornik

Posted By Susan Hornik

Celebrity hair stylist Marco Pelusi is gearing up for a busy 2020, with a busy salon, teaching students and appearing as a judge on two episodes of "The Look All Stars" on The CW Network in February. Discover Hollywood's Susan Hornik talked to Pelusi ...

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Editor's Letter - Winter 2020

Posted By Nyla Arslanian

How can the decades pass so quickly? Weren't we just wondering what havoc the millennial change would cause? It's good to recall that sometimes we get ourselves all worked up for nothing. Not a new decade is nothing; it reminds us that time marches ...

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Oscar's Hollywood - Winter 2020

Posted By Oscar Arslanian

THE GRASS IS GREEN IN HOLLYWOOD Starline Tours is the largest celebrity tour company in Los Angeles. At 50 years old and headquartered in Hollywood next to the Chinese Theatre, they offer a variety of celebrity-oriented tours. They will now offer a ...

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The Double V | The Matrix Theatre

Posted By Harrison Held

The Double V is an excellent new play written by Carole Eglash -Kosoff and directed by Michael Arabian now playing at The Matrix Theatre on Melrose. The production is based on a true story that changed the course of history and the accomplished cast ...

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Jesus Christ Superstar

Posted By Nyla Arslanian

By Nyla Arslanian All Photo Credits: Evan Zimmerman, MurphyMade You could call me a 50-year fan of Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber's work. It was the Jesus Christ Superstar album that introduced me to their music. And it was the music, first and ...

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Between Riverside and Crazy | The Fountain Theatre

Posted By Bill Garry

By Bill Garry The 2015 Pulitzer Prize-winning Between Riverside and Crazy is now getting its Los Angeles premiere at The Fountain. The play is a look at the scourges of police racism, "blue line" loyalty, minority joblessness, and the housing ...

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Blue Man Group at the Pantages Theatre

Posted By Valeria Milano

Speechless New Tour (Courtesy of Blue Man Group) By Valeria Milano Hollywood, CA On opening night of Blue Man Group Speechless at the Pantages Theatre, a modern-day Las Vegas showstopper burst out at an iconic Hollywood landmark. With a touch of ...

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Oscar's Hollywood - Fall 2019

Posted By Oscar Arslanian

I am more than happy that the Hollywood & Highland shopping center has been acquired by a real estate development company and private equity firm with a solid history of success. DJM, the real estate developer has decades of experience in ...

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Letter From the Editor

Posted By Nyla Arslanian

Fall definitely isn't the time when "everything gets back to normal" after summer vacations. Just as we think things are back in control, we launch into Halloween and Dia de los Muertos festivities. The back-to-back celebrations, one filled with ...

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Eternal Code Storms Hollywood Boulevard

Posted By Valerie Milano

By Valerie Milano Hollywood, CA (The Hollywood Times) 9/5/19 - At first glance, Wednesday evening looked like a typical bustling premiere at Hollywood Boulevard's legendary Chinese Theater. 6 PM press check in. 6:30 red carpet. 7:30 screening and and ...

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A Very Brady Renovation

Posted By Valerie Milano

By Valerie Milano Members of "The Brady Bunch," cast, from left, Maureen McCormick, Eve Plumb and Susan Olsen participate in HGTV's "A Very Brady Renovation" panel at the Television Critics Association Summer Press Tour on Thursday, July 25, 2019, in ...

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