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March 2013

Stop Haunting Me Greg Simkins

GREG 'CRAOLA' SIMKINS -- STOP HAUNTING ME // 20 YEARS OPENING RECEPTION SATURDAY APRIL 6, 2013  8-11PM RSVP MANDATORY: INFO@MKGALLERY.COM // GUEST LIST AT DOOR MERRY KARNOWSKY GALLERY 170 S. LA BREA AVENUE, LOS ANGELES, CA 90036

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Sinister Dark and Deadpan at the Whitney: This Is Your Last Chance!

Don't miss your last chance to explore the dark side of Pop art. Sinister Pop and Dark and Deadpan: Pop in TV and the Movies—which will "make you look anew at Pop" (The New York Times)—closes on Sunday. Sinister Pop Through March 31... Continue Reading →

The Curious Savage at The Mirror Theater North Hollywood

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move Hats off to actress Laura E. Rosas who stepped in on Friday, March 17th, to play, in less than 24 hours, the lead role in The Curious Savage, currently showing until March 30th at... Continue Reading →

Leven Rambin: All Over Again…

' If you're thinking that wearing your favorite blings, bobbles, cut ups and other little chotchkies over and over again is a sure sign that you like them and so does everyone else, you're probably right. I mean, what would be... Continue Reading →

Perez Hilton Celebrates his 35th Birthday with CRUMBS Cupcakes!

His Royal Highness, the Queen of all Media, Perez Hilton, celebrated his 35th birthday over the weekend with a blowout pajama extravaganza and plenty of birthday cupcakes provided by CRUMBS Bake Shop. Perez, along with celebrities like Ciara, Jordin Sparks, Jason Derulo, Bella Thorne... Continue Reading →

Edward Villella, The Boy Who Could Fly: Words on Dance

Words on Dance Edward Villella ' The Paley Center for Media, New York ' In Conversation with Crista Villella ' On March 11, 2013 this year, the Paley Center hosted a very special conversation between legendary dancer Edward Villella and... Continue Reading →

‘There Will Be Blood’ at Independent Shakespeare

In anticipation of opening Macbeth as the centerpiece of their summer season, Independent Shakespeare Co. will be exploring Shakespeare's complex tale of inappropriate desire and dire consequences in the Independent Studio. Trying out new ideas throughout the workshop style run, at each... Continue Reading →

A Poet Speaks: Quentin Has On His Mind…

I know a poet.  A very young man looking at the world with a completely different perspective than my own.  Through his words I see what I don't normally look for.  I am hearing the Gen Y voice.  I admit... Continue Reading →

A Tropical Twist for an Early Spring Easter Brunch

Spring holidays fall earlier this year and may be much cooler than usual.  To keep the table warm and cheery, why not try a tropical fruit parfait, layered with a sweet, creamy filling, scented with Nielsen-Massey Pure Orange Extract. The recipe... Continue Reading →

World Water Day – Turn Off the Tap

According to Wikipedia, World Water Day has been observed on  March 22, since 1993 when the United Nations General Assembly declared  March 22 as World Day for Water. This year Danielle Nierenberg, Co-Founder and Co-President of FoodTank.org, the Food Think Tank, decided to share some vital water... Continue Reading →

Veronica’s Room at the Underground Theatre

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move *Originally written for LA Theatre Review "I came for  a classic thriller.  I got a full-on nightmare." Still playing at the Underground Theatre is Visceral Company's intriguing showstopper, a 40th anniversary production of... Continue Reading →

Ninth Annual Cheap Chic Weddings Toilet Paper Wedding Dress Contest Rolls Out!

If you can use toilet paper to make a beautiful wedding dress you could win $2000! Mr. Whipple used to like to squeeze it. Now girls everywhere are trying to wear it on one of the most important occasions of their... Continue Reading →

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