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HFF21 Review: WELCOME TO THE NEIGHBORHOOD

Reviewed by Matt Ritchey Travel back to a simpler…. (Well, SEEMINGLY simpler) time when neighbors were friendly with everyone, communists were the enemy, and a pesky nuclear missile mishap last Spring is no reason you can’t enjoy a July Fourth... Continue Reading →

Tom Cavanagh and Matt Ritchey to Host FREE Livestream Chat on August 15: PAGE TO STAGE: HOW TO PULL IN AN AUDIENCE

Writer/Director Tom Cavanaugh and Storycrafting coach Matt Ritchey will sit down on August 15th @ 5:00 pm (PST) for an intimate (FREE) Livestream conversation, PAGE TO STAGE: HOW TO PULL IN AN AUDIENCE, about how artists can balance the technological innovation of Zoom... Continue Reading →

HISTORY IS DELICIOUS: 2 Children’s Events at L.A. Public Library and Skylight Books

LA's own (and goop favorite) Honest History Magazine is gearing up for the release of their first kids' books History Is Delicious and History Is Inventive with two local events.   Join History Is Delicious author and LA food writer / Food GPS founder Joshua Lurie as he engages children of... Continue Reading →

The Writer Eclectic – An Interview with Playwright Chiara Atik

Contributed by Kevin Hopps Copyright © 2020 Gia On The Move Updated on August 4, 2021 Chiara Atik, whose new play Poor Clare is set to have its world premiere at The Echo Theater Company with previews starting Sept. 8,... Continue Reading →

Fringe Review: Bela Lugosi Meets Edna St. Vincent Millay

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move Sometimes being too clever can get you into trouble. In playwright/showbusiness historian Jordan R. Young’s 30 minute solo play turned film, “Bela Lugosi Meets Edna St. Vincent Millay,” actress Susanne Pinedo intertwines the loosely related lives... Continue Reading →

Sunday Afternoon Concerts in the Dome Return to Mount Wilson Observatory

Contributed by Deborah Klugman Music and nature lovers! Sunday Afternoon Concerts in the Dome are back at Mount Wilson Observatory with two live concerts on August 1 and September 5, held in the vaulted dome of the Observatory’s 100-foot telescope.... Continue Reading →

Kate Beckinsale Wears Monique Lhuillier

July 21, 2021 - New York, NY   by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move What's not to LOVE about Monique Lhuillier. Internationally recognized as one of America's foremost designers, it is considered one of the leading fashion houses in... Continue Reading →

Chrishell Stause Celebrates DSW Collection

AROUND TOWN - Contributed by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move July 14, 2021 Back at the Sunset Tower Hotel...a crisp, hot July Summer night, by the pool...landscaped below by the glory of West Hollywood... Chrishell Stause, the self-appointed Carrie... Continue Reading →

The Era of Fashion Entertainment: The Fashion Film

Column written by Douglas Schowengerdt, Cultural Correspondent New Moon The pulse of fashion is currently in flux. Stuck between uncertain futures, conflicting seasons, and fading trends, designers and brands are searching to find what hits. It’s a moment of reorientation... Continue Reading →

Dance Parade New York Goes Global May 22

Dance Parade New York, the annual celebration of dance in all its forms, hosts its interactive online dance festival on Saturday, May 22nd from 1:00 - 4:00 pm EST. One thousand dancers from around the world connect to family-friendly fun and movement joy in DJ-lead... Continue Reading →

Dreamscape Immersive ReOpens at Westfield Century City

Guests ages 10+ can become the hero of their own story in a Covid-safe, fully immersive environment. Tickets are now available for pre-sale!

Epic “Phantom of the Opera” Auction to Benefit Actors Fund

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE “Lot 665, ladies and gentlemen. A Papier-mâché musical box in the shape of a barrel organ. Attached, the figure of a monkey in Persian robes playing the cymbals. This item, discovered in the vaults of the theatre, still in... Continue Reading →

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