Gia On The Move


December 2012

Stella Adler Studio NYC To Premiere New Adaptation of The Seagull on January 19, 2013

Limited NYC Show Runs January 19th through February 2nd  The Stella Adler Studio’s Harold Clurman Laboratory Theater Company is excited to announce the world premiere of a new adaptation of Anton Checkhov’s classic drama The Seagull, brought to the stage... Continue Reading →


Unique Post Holiday Pick Me Ups

The gift-giving season may officially be over on Christmas day, but the season to shop for yourself is just beginning! From Wednesday, December 26th through Tuesday, January 1st, will be having a huge 25% off Post-Holiday Blowout Sale! It's the perfect time to... Continue Reading →

We’re Still Here

Good Morning California! 12/21/12

LIFE POST: Doomsday at Axion Contemporary 12.21.12

Artist: ESENHERZ Title:  LIFE POST 12212012 Opening Reception 12/21/2012: AXIOM CONTEMPORARY December 21, 2012  6-10pm 2801 Main St. Santa Monica, CA 90405 Phone: 310-452-1120 December 21, 2012 - January 10, 2013 Esenherz’s upcoming L.A. exhibition at Axiom Contemporary titled LIFE POST... Continue Reading →

KAWL – Los Angeles Goes Off The Air with It’s A Wonderful Life: Gia On The Move Reviews

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move The legendary KAWL Studios of Los Angeles, California is going off the air.  After 25 years of entertaining audiences nationwide, this weekend will be their last live Christmas broadcast and it is supposed... Continue Reading →

LA Artist Richard Kraft Opens Eyes-Words

Eyes Words Opening Reception from 7-10 pm  This Saturday, December 15th @ 969 Chung King Road   December 15th thru February 2nd, 2013  Charlie James Gallery is delighted to present Eyes Words, our second solo show of photographs and collage by... Continue Reading →

Light the Holiday Tree at The Queen Mary

The Queen Mary is pleased to announce the Annual Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony to take place in the spectacular Holiday Ice Village at CHILL on Thursday, December 13, 2012 from 6pm-9pm. Get in the spirit of the season with live... Continue Reading →

Theatre Without Borders

Recently, Dr. Cynthia Cohen, the program director of Theatre Without Borders at Brandeis University, talked with ArtsoMarket to discuss how artists are using art to promote change in divided communities. Below is a re-print of the interview. The Peacebuilding and the... Continue Reading →

The Model Critic Reviews: The Mystery of Edwin Drood

by Carlos Stafford, The Model Critic Charles Dickens' novel, The Mystery of Edwin Drood, was the last work in his illustrious career.  Noted for his well-drawn, meticulous characterizations, Drood presents a particular problem, for Dickens unfortunately died before the novel was completed. What... Continue Reading →

Broken Anchor’s Perfect Synergy

by Tracey Paleo~Austin Hartley-Leonard has wanted to play the Satellite in Silver Lake for the last six years.  He finally made it on Saturday, December 1, 2012 opening up for Trixie Whitley. Oozing the kind of raw iconic masculine sex... Continue Reading →

White Serenity

Winter is here


ronny behnert russian memorial berlin black and white vintage photography photoshop lightroom editing snow winter landscape tree nature beautiful serene calm

Russian Second World War II Memorial, Treptower Park, Berlin / photograph by Ronny Behnert

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