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Fountain Theatre Announces 2019-20 Season: New Perspectives on Social and Cultural Issues

Press Release The Fountain Theatre has announced a 2019-20 season of vibrant, thought-provoking, fresh and funny new work by a diverse group of playwrights, each of whom explores important social and cultural issues from a wholly unique perspective. Over the... Continue Reading →

Garish & Hahn Presents ‘This Body’: Women Artists Exploring Issues of the Body, Personal identity and Perception

Press Release Garis & Hahn (Los Angeles) is pleased to present This Body, an exhibition of sculptures by a select group of East and West Coast-based women artists curated by VICTORI + MO. Working with a wide range of materials,... Continue Reading →

KBCW TV’s Michelle Meow To Host ‘Dawnland’ Screening and Discussion Detailing Native American Forced Family Separation

Members of the Native American Community, the Commonwealth Club and Women’s March San Francisco will join in partnership, talk show host Michelle Meow (The Michelle Meow Show, KBCW TV and Progressive Voices Network Radio) to discuss the new documentary Dawnland, which details... Continue Reading →

HFF18 ‘Nephew of the Universe’, reviewed

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move There was admittedly a certain fascination (for me) with seeing Nephew of the Universe. The Indian spiritual leader Sri Chinmoy, whose meditation center, one of many, was located in Queens, NY, was well-known... Continue Reading →

HFF18 ‘I Came To Make Noise’, reviewed

by Matt Ritchey The title isn’t fooling around – this production came to make some NOISE! A blend of hip-hop, spoken word, live beatboxing and singing, I Came To Make Noise is a Fringe Scholarship-winning production focusing on feminism and... Continue Reading →

First Nation Composer Jeremy Dutcher Recovering His ‘Wolastoqey’ Language Through Music

Jeremy Dutcher is a Toronto-based performer, composer, and classically trained operatic tenor. He is also a member of indigenous community, Tobique First Nation, and will release his debut album, Wolastoqiyik Lintuwakonawa (Our Maliseet Songs), on April 6th, 2018. (Pre-Order The... Continue Reading →

Virgil Abloh and Heron Preston Release First ‘Collaborative’ Handbag

For their first collaborative release, Virgil Abloh (Off-White ℅ Virgil Abloh) and Heron Preston present Collaboration, a concept carryall that incorporates the designers’ common exploration of industrial elements. This accessory is a living hybrid: a dual-colored, purposeful note of asymmetry... Continue Reading →

Rogue Machine’s ‘Pocatello’ Examines Lives of Corporate Desperation

Reviewed by Marc Wheeler “The mass of men lead lives of quiet desperation.” -- Henry David Thoreau, Walden Life is a miserable undertaking in Samuel D. Hunter’s Pocatello, now getting its West Coast Premiere with Rogue Machine Theatre -- inaugurating their new space... Continue Reading →

L.A. Shows Its “Skin”: A Conversation about Race & Identity

The City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs’ (DCA) Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery (LAMAG) is pleased to present a trailblazing exhibition SKIN, which will take place at the famed Barnsdall Art Park, one of LA’s most dynamic cultural destinations... Continue Reading →

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