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To the Moon, Alice! Stargazing at Mt. Wilson’s 60-Inch

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move If you missed the spectacular full and new moons all Summer, don't despair. First, there will always be others. Second, it's highly likely that you'll get to see one up close and personal.... Continue Reading →

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Gelato Festival Sets Up Permanent Shop in WEHO & Celebrates with September Event

Celebrity fashion, art, architecture, and nightlife West Hollywood Design District is adding another international marquee name to its roster - the acclaimed Gelato Festival - the world’s most authoritative event dedicated to gelato. Set at the plaza of the Pacific Design Center... Continue Reading →

The Scenario Studios 2-Month Pop-Up Has Opened Its Doors to the Public DTLA

Now for the first time Scenario Studios is open to the public Tickets are available for $29 per person (children under 3 years old are free) On Friday night, a crowd of over 150 social media influencers, some with well... Continue Reading →

Tarfest Los Angeles Supporting Local Artists for 17 Years Returns Sept 14

“This festival is about giving back to our community, by preserving what’s best about the art and music of LA, while providing fuel for the amazing new cultural developments happening here.” One of Los Angeles most unique events and a... Continue Reading →

Force of Nature Productions…”What a rush!”

Contributed by Matt Ritchey A “Rush” is an evening of theatre, written and rehearsed in a two to three-week-window and performed over a short weekend or series of weekends. It’s an event that Force of Nature Productions has put up several... Continue Reading →

L.A. Photographer Ryan Schude Highlights Museum Staff in SFMOMA Photo Collab

Los Angeles photographer Ryan Schude and San Francisco creatives Laura Miner and Dylan Hosey in collaboration with The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) are excited to announce Inside/Outside SFMOMA, a one-day photoshoot and interactive experience that will highlight... Continue Reading →

Bakeru: Transforming Spirits at Japan House Los Angeles

Contributed by Julia Stier Through the use of masks and interactive technology, Japan House's newest exhibit, Bakeru: Transforming Spirits, invites guests to play an active role in the preservation of culture and tradition. Created by the Japanese art studio WOW,... Continue Reading →

Los Angeles State Historic Park Gets Kids Outdoor with Free Augmented Reality App, August 10

Los Angeles State Historic Park is holding its Agents of Discovery Program, a free augmented-reality educational app, on Saturday, August 10, from 10 a.m.– 2 p.m. Agents of Discovery (AoD) is an innovative, educational mobile game that uses augmented reality... Continue Reading →

Sixth Annual CineArte Latinx Queer Festival Los Angeles Presents on August 2-3

Press Release The Los Angeles LGBT Center presents CineArte, the sixth annual arts festival of the queer Latinx community, Friday and Saturday, August 2-3, at The Village at Ed Gould Plaza, located at 1125 N. McCadden Place in Hollywood. CineArte... Continue Reading →

Fountain Theatre and Odyssey Theatre to host ‘Mueller Report Read-a-Thons’ in Los Angeles

Press Release Two venerable Los Angeles intimate theaters will each host a Mueller Report Read-A-Thon, offering Angelenos the opportunity to hear the Mueller Report read aloud, in its entirety, on either side of the City. The Fountain Theatre Read-A-Thon -The... Continue Reading →

American Theatre Critics Association Names Finalists for Francesca Primus Prize

Press Release The American Theatre Critics Association (ATCA) has selected three finalists for the Francesca Primus Prize, sponsored by ATCA and the Francesca Ronnie Primus Foundation. The award, presented annually since 1997, recognizes the best work by an emerging woman... Continue Reading →

Los Angeles shows its PRIDE

by Julia Stier This past weekend, crowds flocked to the annual LA Pride Festival and Parade in West Hollywood on June 8th and 9th in a celebration of love, inclusion, and acceptance. A true Los Angeles tradition, the first parade... Continue Reading →

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