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November 2012

Whiskey On My Breath at TenOver6 This Saturday 12/1/12

Saturday, December 1, from 2-6 PM, join Ten Over 6 to celebrate new metal jewelry by Steven Shein and original artwork by Nathan Bell. Both artists will be on hand to discuss their work, and light refreshments will be served.... Continue Reading →

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Burton2Burton Premiers at Axion Contemporary Today November 30th

Working in collaboration for the first time, sisters Jane and Tyler Burton will be exhibiting large scale, figurative ceramic sculptural words at Axion Contemporary Gallery in Santa Monica, CA, the West Coast premier venue for the Burtons' first collection. BURTON2BURTON... Continue Reading →

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Sci-Fi to the max LA!

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Los Angeles, photographed by Michael Görmann

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The Magic Bullet Theory: Funny Satire or JFK Infraction

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move David H. Donald, noted biographer of Lincoln, relates that when he met John F. Kennedy in 1962, Kennedy voiced his deep dissatisfaction and resentment with historians who had rated some of his predecessors. Kennedy said,... Continue Reading →

Last Minute Turkey Ideas – And Yes, There’s An App(italism) For That Too!

Thanksgiving is almost upon us, thus bringing with it the holiday rush of anticipation and family gatherings.  But if you are still struggling with that perfect recipe and buzz over your divinely delectable edibles and counting down the hours to... Continue Reading →

Football Tailgating History – Pass the Turkey and the Pigskin Please

Did you know that 50M people spend $12 billion tailgating each year?  Ever wonder how it started? What cities tailgate the most? With Thanksgiving on Thursday the nation will also enjoy a full day of football. It's time to break out... Continue Reading →

Thanksgiving: The Reason for the Season

SodaHead.com, the web’s largest opinion based community, this week released the results of a poll asking the public their opinions on their favorite things about Thanksgiving.  Results included: For men, their favorite part of the holiday is spending time with family... Continue Reading →

Monday NYC – It’s A Tall Order

New York 'cityscapes' from the eyes of Brooklyn born real estate agent (and former chef) Mark Neuwirth who in his on and off time has been capturing so many of NYC's best and worst features through his lens.  Below is a street... Continue Reading →

Snowangel at Studio C Artists, Hollywood

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move ~ "I don't know what's the matter with these people. I think, first of all, they're disappointed that I'm alive. They must have come here expecting to see me in a movie. I... Continue Reading →

Sudden Death Hits Los Angeles!

"Los Angeles has been overtaken by a virus known as Sudden Death Syndrome, a disease that causes its victims to die suddenly and has only one symptom... spontaneously breaking into well-choreographed song and dance." FINALLY A MUSICAL WHERE EVERYBODY DIES!... Continue Reading →

So You Wanna Be a Winemaker? There’s Still Time To Go Garagiste This Weekend

The 2nd Annual Garagiste Festival taking place in Paso Robles, CA has been in full swing since November 8th with women winemakers dominating - accounting for nearly 60% of the garagiste wineries at the festival (50% of owners/8% of winemakers).  And... Continue Reading →

“54” The Musical Disco Funk

The Disco Era... A chance to revisit a brief, but revolutionary period of popular music and culture at the cusp of two powerful paradigms of rhythm and sound and the people falling in love with all of it. Two couples... Continue Reading →

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