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The 24th Annual LA ART SHOW Draws Over 70k Art Lovers to Downtown LA

Posted By Kathy Flynn

This past weekend, over 70,000 fair-goers visited the LA Convention Center's West Hall to attend the 24th annual LA Art Show, the city's longest-running art fair. 120+ galleries from 18 countries packed the hall's 200,000 square feet of exhibition ...

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29th Annual Ovation Awards Winners

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The 29th Annual LA STAGE Alliance Ovation Awards, celebrating theatrical excellence and achievement throughout Los Angeles, were presented on Monday, January 28, at the Theatre at Ace Hotel in downtown LA. Thirty-six awards were bestowed upon 16 ...

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A Star Is Born - Film Review

Posted By Che Zuro

By Ché Zuro Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga in "A Star Is Born" This film was on the bottom of my "must watch" queue because I do not like remakes, regardless of whether the orignals were good or not. Generally, I wish the studios would just get ...

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Montalban Hosts February Pop-Up Movies Series

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The Montalbán Theatre in Hollywood celebrates 10 years of rooftop entertainment in 2019. To kick-off its alfresco decade it's hosting "pop-up" movie screenings on the roof in February before the official season of Rooftop Movies at The Montalbán ...

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All Stars Came Out For The LA Art Show Opening Gala!

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Kate Beckinsale Hosted Star-Studded Evening With Art Ambassador Gavin Rossdale & VIPs Emma Roberts, Jessica Szohr, Peyton List, Cameron Monaghan, Joe Manganiello, Amy Smart, Brigitte Nielsen & More. Scott Diament, Gavin Rossdale, Kate ...

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Can You Ever Forgive Me? - Film Review

Posted By Che Zuro

By Ché Zuro Richard E. Grant and Melissa McCarthy in Can You Ever Forgive Me? Photo by Photo by Mary Cybulski - © 2018 Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation All Rights Reserved Can You Ever Forgive Me? , based on the 2008 memoir of author Lee ...

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Bohemian Rhapsody - Film Review

Posted By Che Zuro

By Ché Zuro Joseph Mazzello, Rami Malek, and Gwilym Lee in Bohemian Rhapsody Based on the life of Freddie Mercury, lead singer of the rock band Queen, this film gave us more than we had hoped for! With a great cast of characters, superb actors, and a ...

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Last Call - Theatre Review

Posted By Kathy Flynn

by Kathy Flynn Art Hall and Laura Richardson Photo by Darrett Sanders Television writer Jill, on the run from a toxic work environment, returns home to try and move her elderly parents into a retirement home in Last Call, television writer Anne ...

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Green Book - Film Review

Posted By Che Zuro

By Ché Zuro Viggo Mortensen and Mahershala Ali in Green Book From the get-go, the first screen shot you see, the music you hear, the feeling you get when you first start watching this comedy-drama, you know you are in for something special. This film ...

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'63 Boycott - Documentary Film Review

Posted By Valerie Milano

By Valerie Milano/The Hollywood Times '63 Boycott still shot Photo Courtesy of: Kartemquin Films "Even as a young person, I could see a difference in the quality of the environment and the resources. The schools in the predominantly white areas of ...

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As The World Turns: State of Hollywood or State of Flux

Posted By Nyla Arslanian

By Nyla Arslanian Crossroads of The World Photo by Raphael Williams In his sixth State of Hollywood address today, Councilmember Mitch O'Farrell unveiled a sweeping new Heart of Hollywood initiative designed to address pressing needs in the ...

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Vice - Film Review

Posted By Che Zuro

By Che Zuro Christian Bale in "Vice" Being a history buff as well as seeing the transformation Christian Bale went through for this role, I was super excited to see this film. B u t i t w a s s o s l o w. It was so BORING. So disappointing. This ...

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Fountain Theatre Announces "Ms. Smith Goes to Washington" Celebrity Reading with Scandal Cast Members

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The Fountain Theatre follows its hugely successful 2018 celebrity reading of All the President's Men with a one-night only, all-star reading of Ms. Smith Goes to Washington, starring Bellamy Young (ABC's Scandal ) in the title role, along with her ...

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PaleyFest LA Announces their 2019 Lineup

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PaleyFest LA the premier television festival in the country, that brings you together with the talent behind your favorite tv shows. The event takes place March 15 - 24 and will once again be held in the legendary Dolby Theatre, the home of the ...

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Rockaway - Film Review

Posted By Valerie Milano

By Valerie Milano Keidrich Sellati and Maxwell Apple in "Rockaway." Rockaway, John J. Budion's directorial debut is set in East Rockway, NY with two brothers and four friends, fleshing out his life based coming-of-age story, which gives fans of Stand ...

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The Diary of Anne Frank - Theatre Review

Posted By Kathy Flynn

By Kathy Flynn David Gurrola and Genesis Ochoa in "The Diary of Anne Frank" Photo by Elvira Barjau Stan Zimmerman's production of The Diary of Anne Frank was embroiled in controversy before it even opened, due to outraged reporting on the casting of ...

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The Wife - Film Review

Posted By Che Zuro

By Che Zuro Glenn Close and Jonathan Pryce in "The Wife" Having not heard much about this film, I was surprised when I saw Glenn Close win the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress in a Motion Picture - Drama, and then couldn't wait to watch it. I have ...

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Submissions Now Acceppted for The Blank Theatre's 27th Annual Nationwide Young Playwrights Festival

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Celebrating its 27th Anniversary this year, The Blank Theatre's Annual Young Playwrights Festival is now seeking submissions nationwide from playwrights 19 years of age and younger. The submission deadline is March 15, 2019. Winning plays will be ...

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They Shall Not Grow Old - Film Review

Posted By Kathy Flynn

By Kathy Flynn They Shall Not Grow Old is an extraordinary documentary on World War I created using original footage from the Imperial War Musuem's archives along with interviews of British servicemen who fought in the conflict. Director Peter ...

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Beautiful Boy - Film Review

Posted By Che Zuro

By Che Zuro Timothée Chalamet and Steve Carell in "Beautiful Boy" Beautiful Boy - such a difficult film to watch, not so much for the acting which was incredible, but for the story. This story was difficult to stomach as it shows what many people go ...

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