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On Your Feet - Theatre Review

Posted By Bill Garry

By Bill Garry Mauricio Martinez as Emilio Estefan and Christie Prades as Gloria Estefan and Company, ON YOUR FEET! Photo © Matthew Murphy On Your Feet, the musical now playing at the Pantages, starts at 110% and never lets up. Chronicling the life of ...

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Grand Opening Paw-ty at Wag Hotels Hollywood

Posted By Susan Hornik

By Susan Hornik, Hollywood has gone to the dogs! Wag Hotels are opening their newest luxury doggy daycare/boarding in LA, with three locations opening: in Hollywood (960 North Highland Avenue) West LA (2250 South Barrington Avenue) and South ...

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"Sharp Objects" Debuts on HBO - Television Review

Posted By Valerie Milano

By Valerie Milano Sharp Objects, a new eight-part HBO mini-series based on Gillian Flynn's novel of the same name, launched on Sunday, July 8th, 2018. The psychological thriller was created by Marti Noxon and directed by Jean-Marc Vallé. Golden ...

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Oscar's Hollywood

Posted By Oscar Arslanian

I recently attended the opening of The Argyle, an 18 story mid-century modern-inspired tower next to Capitol Records that has 114 artfully curated apartments and panoramic views from the Hollywood Sign to the Pacific. I took a photograph from the ...

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Letter from the Editor

Posted By Nyla Arslanian

In addition to providing information for visitors and residents to discover the unique culture and lore of Hollywood, our publication is the "magazine for people who love Hollywood." What exactly does that mean? There's no doubt that we cram a lot of ...

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Don't Worry He Won't Get Far On Foot - Film Review

Posted By Joan Alperin

By Joan Alperin Joaquin Phoenix and Jonah Hill in "Don't Worry, He Won't Get Far on Foot," opening July 13. Don't Worry He Won't Get Far On Foot is the story of the crazy, self-destructive, but always fascinating and engaging cartoonist and ...

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That's Not Tango - Theatre review

Posted By Bill Garry

By Bill Garry Editors Note: Discover Hollywood's roving reporter Bill Garry saw this play, which is looking for a home in Hollywood, on his travels to NYC. That's Not Tango, playing in New York and preparing for a national tour, is not simple to ...

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Armenian genocide haunts the psych ward of "100 Aprils"

Posted By Victor Kong

By Victor Kong Rachel Sorsa, Robertson Dean, John Perrin Flynn, and Leslie Ayvazian in "100 Aprils" Photo by Michelle Hanzelova If the dying doctor's paranoia wasn't enough to chill the scene of the psychiatric ward, then the detachment of his wife ...

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Night of Shorts Night at The Parlor

Posted By Valerie Milano

By Valerie Milano A comic walks into a bar... In this case Eric Toms (a stay at home dad by day and warm up comic by night - typically for game shows) and his two friends, David and James Codeglia, (the brothers work for J.J. Abrams' production ...

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Out and About with Susan Hornik - June 2018

Posted By Susan Hornik

The MTV Movie & TV Awards It's always busy in Hollywood with lots of events to cover, especially the week during The MTV Movie Awards. The Secret Room's gift lounge The Secret Room's luxury gift lounge presented a Bali Style Retreat in honor of ...

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Manson's Girls - Hollywood Fringe Festival Review

Posted By James Bartlett

By James Bartlett Cast of Manson's Girls For decades the Manson name has fascinated the public, and so any story featuring him and his family will always garner some interest - though taking it to a musical place is something different. On entering ...

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McQueen - Film Review

Posted By Valerie Milano

By Valerie Milano Even if you don't know Alexander McQueen from Steve McQueen... or that other Steve McQueen... you will still be captivated by this emotionally wrenching and visually stunning biography of the doomed fashion designer. Think of it as ...

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The Most Massive Woman Wins - Hollywood Fringe Festival Review

Posted By Kathy Flynn

by Kathy Flynn The Most Massive Woman Wins is a short play that packs a powerful punch. Four women in the waiting room of a fat reduction/liposuction clinic flash back to what brought them there. All of them have reasons to be there, but are any of ...

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George Clooney Receives 2018 AFI Lifetime Achievement Award

Posted By Valerie Milano

By Valerie Milano "When we get success, we are going to use it to make a difference."- -George Clooney to Laura Dern At the age of 57 George Clooney received yet another lifetime achievement award on the evening of Thursday, June 6th, 2018 at a black ...

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Cult of Love - Theatre Review

Posted By Bill Garry

By Bill Garry Graham Sibley, Tom Amandes, Keliher Walsh, Christine Woods, Christian Durso, Sarah Utterback, John Lavelle and Tina Huang Photo by Dean Cechvala There's a happy Christmas party just getting started at the Dahl's house in rural ...

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All-American Sex Addict/Woke AF - Hollywood Fringe Festival Review

Posted By Valerie Milano

By Valerie Milano, All-American Sex Addict/Woke AF is about neither sex nor sex addiction. It is about America, though, pitting three politically correct women against one tone-deaf man. What playwright/director Matt Morillo sets out to do is, in his ...

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Street Food Cinema's 7th Season Officially Kicks Off the Summer

Posted By Valerie Milano

By Valerie Milano Street Food Cinema at Griffith Park Photo by Meg Taylor Street Food Cinema is the perfect setting either for a romantic date for two or a fun night out with the family. Celebrating its 7th year in Los Angeles, Street Food Cinema ...

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Director's Cut - Film Review

Posted By Valerie Milano

By Valerie Milano A crowdfunded movie-within-a-movie about a crowdfunded movie-within-a-movie, Director's Cut is what stage magician Penn Jillette calls "cinematic sleight of hand." It's an apt description for this exercise in extreme meta. In a ...

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Sex - Theatre Revew

Posted By Harrison Held

By Harrison Held Kandace Lindsey Photo by Rich Hutchman Mae West's witty and imaginative play SEX was a huge hit on Broadway in 1926, and now almost 90 years later the feisty comedy is back for a fun 21st century revival. The play is well directed by ...

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Lena Hall at the Catalina Bar & Grill

Posted By Kathy Flynn

By Kathy Flynn Lena Hall, Tony-winning Broadway star and rock diva, brought her cabaret stylings to the Catalina Bar and Grill for the West Coast premiere of "Art of the Audition: From Falling Apart to Nailing the Part." Hall started the night off ...

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