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Charlie and The Chocolate Factory at the Pantages Hollywood: Feels Like a ‘Speed Through’ But Hits The Mark

By Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move If you were hoping for the iconic, 1971 movie version Gene Wilder candy man who frighteningly taxis around a bunch of bratty kids and their hopelessly bullied parents through his über factory, resplendent... Continue Reading →

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AllSpice Kitchen & Grill: Food, Art and Good Company Meet on the Sunset Strip

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move In a the-more-things-change-the-more-they-stay-the-same, Hollywood neighborhood most famous for its 24-hour Rock & Roll Ralphs and The Guitar Center, restauranteur and chef Justin Saunders has installed a très modern, culinary slash art eatery to... Continue Reading →

The Blank Theatre’s Founding Artistic Director Daniel Henning Named a 2018 Pride Honoree by California Legislative LGBT Caucus

Press Release Daniel Henning, the Founding Artistic Director of Hollywood’s Blank Theatre, has been named a 2018 Pride honoree by the California Legislative LGBT Caucus. A special floor ceremony was held on June 18 during the California State Assembly floor... Continue Reading →

The Groundlings Celebrate Second Annual Diversity Festival

The Groundlings Theatre and School’s Second Annual Diversity Festival will celebrate and explore diversity and inclusion on Sunday, May 20 at 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. The weekend, co-sponsored by NBC and Nickelodeon, will take place at The Groundlings School... Continue Reading →

Homeward LA Shines Light On The Homeless Crisis in Los Angeles with a 10-Day Performance Event

Homeward LA is a 10-day citywide event taking place Friday, April 13th - Sunday, April 22nd featuring biographical monologues about individuals in Los Angeles county who have experienced homelessness. Showtimes and tickets can be found on the website. Multiple productions... Continue Reading →

Film Review: ‘Los Angeles Overnight’

Reviewed by Matt Ritchey Los Angeles Overnight is a pseudo-noir film about a young actress and what she's willing to do to succeed, the title clearly a reference to the myth of "overnight success." It follows in the footsteps of... Continue Reading →

Graffiti Artists Makeover Station1640 Hollywood

In the heart of the ever-growing Cahuenga corridor sits premier cultural nightclub and Hollywood staple, Station1640, Managed by Danny Bitar & Chad Hanna of Worldwide Events, Inc., will mark a complete overhaul of the venue with an all-encompassing artistic take-over by... Continue Reading →

Arena Cinelounge Explores Forgotten Femme Noir With ‘Dynamic Dames’

Dreams twisted into nightmares! Love turned to hate! Passion simmering into violence! Join Arena Cinelounge as they shine a spotlight on the forgotten underworld of 'femme noir' with Dynamic Dames, a series of screenings featuring fascinating wonder women of the... Continue Reading →

Yamashiro Farmer’s Market Returns to Hollywood

Iconic Hollywood's historic restaurant Yamashiro (Mountain Palace), built in 1914 and located at 1999 Sycamore Ave., is re-opening its popular Farmer's Market on Wednesday, May 24 from 5-9 p.m. and every Wednesday this summer through Sept. 6. "We know how important... Continue Reading →

The Drama Club Reunites on November 11th in Hollywood

It's been twenty years since they met in their high school drama club, but teenage romances, egos, and quarrels that lie just beneath, are ready to surface once again. Ex-lovers, old grudges, and new spouses are thrown down a twisted,... Continue Reading →

Hollywood Costume Designer Orry-Kelly and the ‘Women He’s Undressed’

Dear Orry, Sorry I haven’t mentioned why I am writing to you. I don’t know how you will feel about this, but I have just finished making a feature length documentary about you. It has been nearly three years tracking... Continue Reading →

Beth Polsky Finds “Gorgeous” Self-Love

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move "We can't all be skinny, but we can always be Gorgeous." Amid laborious and manifold scene transitions, sweat inducing, furniture maneuvers, and slightly fatigue-producing actor direction, writer Beth Polsky has quite contrarily written... Continue Reading →

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