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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 →

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Theme and Politics: KYOSi’s ‘Negative Space’

New York-based artist, KYOSi's impassioned new EP Negative Space is "a powerfully defiant anthem for the underprivileged and voiceless..." (EARMILK) Negative Space takes listeners on a journey through grief and anger by exploring themes ranging from class politics, race and... Continue Reading →

#HFF19 ‘Livin’ The Dream’, reviewed

Reviewed by Matt Ritchey If ever a Fringe show were to be labeled unironically as “charming,” Bob Leggett’s Livin' The Dream is the one. There are other adjectives as well, of course: fascinating, informative, inspiring… but “charming” is the blanket... Continue Reading →

Los Angeles Revolutionaries WASI Debut New Album and #LGBTQ ‘Love Is Gay’ Tour

Los Angeles revolutionaries WASI usher in a new movement of empowerment, inclusion, and self-love with their debut album Riot Pop out everywhere today. Pushing for change and acceptance, this record comes right in time to celebrate Pride Month. In addition... Continue Reading →

#HFF19 ‘Rewind – A New 80s Musical’, reviewed

Reviewed by Matt Ritchey If you love 80’s music and want to get some brand new 80’s songs stuck in your head, fast-forward to the Actor’s Company Let Live Theater for 90 minutes of goofy, fun, touching, toe-tapping musical theater... Continue Reading →

Taylor Swift’s Makes Apple Music “Playlist by ME!”

Taylor Swift made a playlist on Apple Music called Playlist by ME! 🎉 Swift tells Apple Music: "'Maybe a hundred bad days made a hundred good stories, a hundred good stories make me interesting art parties' - the lyrics of... Continue Reading →

The Tupac Poetry Month Competition Launches Today

In recognition of National Poetry Month, The Estate of Tupac Shakur celebrates Tupac's passion for art with an exclusive line inspired by his poems and announces the Tupac Poetry Month Competition. Share your VERY OWN poem on how Tupac inspires... Continue Reading →

Coachella Inspired Looks for Spring and Summer

Beautiful whites are front and center right now for Spring and Summer as Kourtney Kardashian who was spotted wearing Silk Laundry to Sunday Service at Coachella this past weekend highlights! The Poosh founder kept her look simple yet chic in... Continue Reading →

Cheat Codes Release New Song, ‘Be The One’ Ft. Kaskade -Stream It Now

"Kaskade’s one of the reasons we got into dance music. So blessed to be collaborating on this record with him. Be The One is about that desire to be special in someones life. Bringing them into the fold, and bringing... Continue Reading →

Cherry Poppins’ ‘Harry Potter’ Burlesque Parody Moves to The Globe. A Glimpse Into The Future?

by Matt Ritchey There are lots of burlesque companies in Los Angeles. Some are amateur affairs showing up every once in a while, some are pros who do fun themed shows, some are traveling productions known the world over. But... Continue Reading →

California School of the Arts Invites San Gabriel Valley Kids to CSArts Summer Program

California School of the Arts – San Gabriel Valley (CSArts-SGV) opens its campus to students ages 8-16 from throughout the community to explore their interest in the arts this summer during CSArts Academy. A fun, creative and nurturing environment sets... Continue Reading →

‘Don’t Silence Me’- A New Anthem For a New Women’s Movement

Contributed by Julia Stier Photos by Matt Ritchey “Take your hands off my sister!” On a recent evening, Sadie Jemmett effortlessly led an auditorium through the chorus of her new song, Don’t Silence Me, during a live acoustic performance before... Continue Reading →

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