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NBC previews I Feel Bad at the Paley Center

Posted By Rachel Flanagan

By Rachel Flanagan I Feel Bad Cast and creatives attend The Paley Center for Media's 12th Annual PaleyFest Fall TV Previews celebrating NBC's I Feel Bad at the Paley Center in Beverly Hills on September 10, 2018. © Emily Kneeter for the Paley Center ...

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We Have to Go Back: The Lost Concert - Music Review

Posted By Kathy Flynn

By Kathy Flynn Michael Giacchino Conducting the Hollywood Studios Symphony Orchestra Photo by Gennia Cui for the Ford Theatres Saturday night at the Ford Theatres, Oscar-winning composer Michael Giacchino and the Hollywood Studio Symphony Orchestra ...

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Othello - Theatre Review

Posted By Valerie Milano

By Valerie Milano Old wine in new bottles doesn't always taste delicious, but such was definitely not the case when this reporter attended the opening night of Shakespeare's Othello performed by the Griot Theatre of the West Valley at The Actors ...

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Swansong - Theatre Review

Posted By Tracey Paleo

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move André de Vanny in Swansong. Photo by Yure Covich. The Australian Theatre Company's solo show Swansong, written by Connor McDermottroe, currently playing at the Skylight Theater, Los Feliz, guts all ideas about who is ...

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Mrs Maisel Star Rachel Broshnahan to Exec Produce New Series

Posted By Valerie Milano

By Valerie Milano Rachel Brosnahan in The Marvelous Mrs Maisel In the midst of finding out there will be a second season of the popular The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, Rachel Brosnahan has announced she will be executive producing her own project. The ...

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American Horror Story: Apocalypse Terrorizes FX With World's End, Starting Today

Posted By Valerie Milano

By Valerie Milano As a longtime television critic, I'm granted access to the best behind-the scenes cast and character information from the most high-profile programming in television. American Horror Story: Apocalypse did not disappoint-the hotly ...

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American Saga - Gunshot Medley: Part 1 - Theatre Review

Posted By Stana Milanovich

By Stana Milanovich Sha'Leah Nikole Stubblefield and Cherise Boothe Photo by Cristian Kreckler American Saga - Gunshot Medley: Part 1, by the brilliant young playwright Dionna Michelle Daniel, is the inaugural piece in the American Saga series ...

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Sarah Silverman Visits Paley Center For "I Love You, America" Premiere

Posted By Valerie Milano

By Valerie Milano Sarah Silverman and The Daily Beast's Matt Wilstein attend The Paley Center for Media's 12th Annual PaleyFest Fall TV Previews celebrating Hulu's I Love You, America with Sarah Silverman at the Paley Center in Beverly Hills on ...

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A Light in Dark Places - Theatre Review

Posted By Stana Milanovich

By Stana Milanovich It takes a bit to find the Stella Adler Lab Theater. Hollywood Boulevard is noisy and bright, and the Lab is tucked in a dim gap, set back from the street. Someone will lead you past the opacity of locked doors, up the stairs ...

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Time Stands Still - Theater Review

Posted By Harrison Held

By Harrison Held Paul Uricioli, Kelly Fischer, Jamie Zwick and Nicole Pacent in Time Stands Still Photo by Sami Kolko Last night I saw a very moving and poignant production of Time Stands Still very well directed by Joel Zwick (My Big Fat Greek ...

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Warning Shot - Film Review

Posted By Valerie Milano

by Valerie Milano David Spade in "Warning Shot" Is there anything David Spade can't do? The answer is no. He is the most talented comedic actor of our time. Well, that is my opinion and this is not only a review of the film Warning Shot but maybe a ...

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The Taste 2018 - Event Review

Posted By Kathy Flynn

By Kathy Flynn The Taste 2018 on the Paramount backlot Photo by Kathy Flynn So much food, so little time. If you are have any sort of foodie inclinations, Los Angeles Times annual The Taste, held on the backlot at Paramount Studios, is heaven on ...

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Getting Started and One Way Street - Short Film Reviews

Posted By Valerie Milano

Getting Started and One Way Street are Andrea Meyerson's Funny, and Touching Views on Modern Romance by Valerie Milano Andrea Meyerson views the world a certain way; and it shows through in her films, and in her public demeanor. She seems to ...

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Prince Pre Fame: The Photographs of Robert Whitman - Book Review

Posted By Valerie Milano

By Valerie Milano PRINCE Pre-Fame The Photographs of Robert Whitman Introduction by Spike Lee Prince Pre-Fame is a marvelous collection of photographs from the first professional photo shoot of Prince. Robert Whitman was the photographer and soon ...

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The Taste LA at Paramount Studios Backlot

Posted By Joan Alperin

By Joan Alperin The Taste is my favorite event of the year, mostly because I think of myself as a foodie. This festival is all about the food and the talented people that create it. According to the Los Angeles Times, who put on this fabulous event, ...

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Street Food Cinema's "Xanadu" at Pan-Pacific Park

Posted By Kathy Flynn

By Kathy Flynn Xanadu at Pan-Pacific Park Photo by Kathy Flynn Street Food Cinema has been providing exceptional outdoor movie experiences since 2012. With their high definition, 50' screen and QSC speakers, they bring the best in contemporary and ...

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Marian, or the True Tale of Robin Hood - Theatre Review

Posted By Stana Milanovich

By Stana Milanovich The company of Theatre of NOTE's West Coast premiere production of MARIAN, OR THE TRUE TALE OF ROBIN HOOD PHOTO CREDIT: Darrett Sanders Theater of Note presents the delightful Marian, or the True Tale of Robin Hood, as the ...

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If I Leave Here Tomorrow - A Film About Lynyrd Skynyrd

Posted By Che Zuro

By Ché Zuro For anyone who grew up listening to Lynyrd Skynyrd, loving the band, hearing about their plane crash in 1977, or who is just a history and music buff, this documentary is for you! If I Leave Here Tomorrow is the newest film by Stephen ...

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Soaking Up The Horror with Blood Fest - Film Review

Posted By Valerie Milano

By Valerie Milano Let's review some of the key elements in what is required to ensure survival in a scene straight out of a horror movie: Don't split up. Don't chant anything in Latin. Don't get naked. Never be alone with a doll. Welcome to the ...

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Jews, Christians, and Screwing Stalin at the Matrix Theatre - Theatre Review

Posted By Kathy Flynn

By Kathy Flynn As the play begins, the ghostly Zayde Murray appears, explaining that what you are about to see is "your typical Jewish kitchen-table comedy filled with bitterness, anger, sarcasm and love." And really, nothing I can say here will can ...

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