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July 2012

Dressing Marilyn Monroe

This August marks 50 years since Marilyn Monroe's death and the whole world will be talking about as well as holding a special memorial for her in Los Angeles. To celebrate his most famous client, costume designer, William Travilla has written... Continue Reading →

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Blue Man Group Debuts Smokin’ Hot, Mind Blowin’ New Show

Electrifying music, sensational technology, a captivating nightly procession and its signature interactive, audience experiences, Blue Man Group opens inside Monte Carlo Resort and Casino Wednesday, Oct. 10 until April 30, 2013. The creative forces of Blue Man Group have been working for two years... Continue Reading →

The Model Critic Reviews Giselle

by Carlos Stafford, The Model Critic ` Not having visited in almost a decade, POB is now gracing the Koch Theatre, formerly the New York State Theatre at Lincoln Center, for a few weeks this summer season with The Lincoln... Continue Reading →

And the 2012 99-Seat Producers Transitional Committee Members are…

On Tuesday, July 10, at a meeting of Los Angeles 99-seat theater producers, a motion was passed to elect a 14-member 99 Seat Producers’ League Transitional Committee. The election was completed on July 27, and the votes tallied on July... Continue Reading →

More Food Truck News: LA’s Roy Choi Mexico-Korean BBQ

The New York Times Magazine stopped by this week and asked Gia On The Move to talk about - of all things - a Los Angeles food Truck.  We are only happy to oblige given that Angeleno's can't get enough of... Continue Reading →

National Flag Ties for the Olympics

The 2012 Olympic games in London are here, and if you are feeling a bit patriotic or just want to get into the spirit of the games, Vineyard Vines has launched a new National Flag Tie Collection.  And of course,... Continue Reading →

Rice and Roll LA! Onigiri Food Truck Debut

Rice & Roll Onigiri is makes its LA debut today – embarking on a month long food truck tour of the LA area starting in Pasadena! And what exactly is onigiri?  Onigiri is a Japanese stuffed rice ball that comes... Continue Reading →

Barney’s Beanery Brings Olympic Games Tableside

The Summer Olympic games are approaching fast and from July 27th through August 12 Barney's Beanery's five locations are bringing all the excitement of the NBC broadcasted coverage of the London 2012 Olympiad table-side along with a meal, a brew... Continue Reading →

Are You The Next “FACE?”

OXYGEN MEDIA and supermodel NAOMI CAMPBELL are launching the first ever search for a new competition series where models will get the opportunity to complete to become, “THE FACE” of a major national brand. Auditions will take place with two open casting calls on July... Continue Reading →

Yayoi Kusama: Extraordinary Princess of Polka Dots to Infinity at the Whitney

Born in Japan in 1929, Kusama came to the United States in 1957 and quickly found herself at the epicenter of the New York avant-garde. After achieving fame through groundbreaking exhibitions and art “happenings,” she returned to her native country... Continue Reading →

Our House at the Lounge Theatre

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move Are news and entertainment interchangeable? In the West Coast premiere of Our House, currently being presented by Wasatch Theatrical Ventures at The Lounge Theatre, playwright Theresa Rebeck gives us a brilliant, gripping and... Continue Reading →

If Later Were Now – Hollywood Theatre Owner John Coppola Has a Vison

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move "You are totally a Mermaid." "Really?  That's so cool!  I had no idea.  I like that.  I'll have to look that up." Sitting down at the local Starbucks over coffee and one acts... Continue Reading →

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