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Rogue Machine’s ‘Finks’: A Modern Day ‘Crucible’

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move In 2018, the year of high-energized Donald Trump politics, for many, it is becoming far easier to perceive a delineation between Fascism and Democracy. In the case of Finks, Rogue Machine Theatre's Drama... Continue Reading →

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HFF18 ‘Blackballed’, reviewed

by Matt Ritchey and  Bob Rich BlackBalled is an intimate new play that helps us better appreciate the impressive athletes in Negro League Baseball via a team owner's struggle to bring an underfunded league to prominence during the first half... Continue Reading →

Cambodian Rock Band Is A Triumph For Lauren Yee at South Coast Repertory

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move She's angry. She's edgy. And she's determined to discover the truth. The truth though, is not where or what she expected it to be. Lauren Yee has crafted a heat-seeking musical thriller with... Continue Reading →

Gia #HFF17 The Faggot King Review

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move Orgies and more orgies. School of Night has put the fun back into the monarchy. War, comedy, rebellion, lust, beheading, endless nightclubbing, open masturbation and lot's and lot's of fucking. If I'm bold... Continue Reading →

‘Letters To Eve”s Epic Endeavor

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move Even revised in its latest iteration at the Miles Memorial Playhouse in Santa Monica (the play ran a successful workshop premiere back in November 2016), the term that best describes Zoo Theatre Company's Letters... Continue Reading →

L.A. Intersection Central & Vernon Gets a New Name

On Thursday, July 28, 2016, at 10:00 a.m., The City of Los Angeles will officially rename the intersection of Central Avenue and Vernon Avenue to Dolphin's of Hollywood Records Square in recognition of the record store's role in history in connection... Continue Reading →

Portland’s Raven & Rose Amps British Isles Cuisine

The beginning of 2016 marked the third anniversary of Raven & Rose restaurant and The Rookery Bar, housed in the Portland Art District’s historic Ladd Carriage House from 1883.  At this milestone, owner Lisa Mygrant is proud to announce that her... Continue Reading →

Gia #HFF15 #Reviews: The Count of Monte Cristo

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move. "All human wisdom is contained in these two words, 'Wait and Hope”.’ They were ambitious taking on the adventure novel, The Count of Monte Cristo,  by French author Alexandre Dumas (who also wrote... Continue Reading →

Universal Pictures Restores The Rich History of Silent Film

The silent film era is best known for instantly recognizable storylines, settings, costumes, and characters.  Most early silent films were accompanied by a full-fledged orchestra, organist or pianist to provide musical background and to underscore the narrative on the screen. ... Continue Reading →

Cinco de Mayo: Art, Graffiti and History

Gia On The Move was amazed to discover that although it's become more of an American holiday celebration, Cinco de Mayo actually commemorates the Mexican army's 1862 victory over France at the Battle of Puebla during the Franco-Mexican War (1861-1867). Just the same,... Continue Reading →

A Visual History of the Super Bowl

Super Bowl XLVIII will be played at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey, home to the NY Giants and NY Jets, and is the first ever played in the northeast. To date, 77% of all Super Bowl games have been played in the states... Continue Reading →

Tattoo Artists Meet Your Game Changer

In an unprecedented event in art history as well as the history of tattooing, Intenze Products recently assembled a group of tattoo artists in Florence, Italy, for an unprecedented event in art history as well as the history of tattooing.... Continue Reading →

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