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Coming To Arena Cinelounge May 18: ‘Grace Jones: Bloodlight and Bam’

"She’s fierce. She’s powerful. She is Grace Jones." From May 18 to May 24, 2018, Arena Cinelounge Sunset, 6464 Sunset Blvd., Lobby Level, Hollywood, CA 90028, presents Grace Jones: Bloodlight and Bami, a feature-length documentary directed by Sophie Fiennes, produced by... Continue Reading →

‘Believe In Yourself’ Project To Donate Dresses To Los Angeles Girls For Prom Season on April 17th

Each season, there is so much emphasis on shopping, with very little consideration for the reality that many girls from low-income families cannot afford to partake in extravagant holiday shopping. That includes the much anticipated prom season. To combat this,... Continue Reading →

Los Angeles LGBT Center Announces Lineup For 5th Annual Latinx Queer Festival

(Updated 4.18.18) The Los Angeles LGBT Center presents CineArte, the 5th annual arts festival of the queer Latinx community, Friday, April 20, through Sunday, April 22, at The Village at Ed Gould Plaza, located at 1125 N. McCadden Place in... 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 →

Celebration Theatre’s, ‘Priscilla Queen of the Desert’ Is A Ride You’re Gonna Wanna Take!

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move Sentimental drag...who'dda thunk... Warning: This review may be unapologetically hyperbolic and overly sappy. But I can assure you, Celebration Theatre's Los Angeles theater premiere of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert is a ride... Continue Reading →

Australian Theatre Company To Host 6-Day Workshop with Master Playwright John Patrick Shanley

Press Release L.A.’s Australian Theatre Company is excited to host a six-day workshop with Pulitzer Prize, Tony Award and Academy Award-winning playwright John Patrick Shanley at the Skylight Theatre, located at 1816 1/2 N Vermont Ave. in Los Angeles, from... Continue Reading →

Uncle Paulie’s Deli: A Little Bit Of Queens (NY) On Beverly Blvd., Los Angeles

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move There is a singular, defining element about Uncle Paulie’s Deli…it's the aroma. You are met at the door by an intoxication of Italian meats, cold antipasti and bread...the kind of fragrance that evokes... Continue Reading →

Last Minute ‘Where To Eat & Drink’ on New Year’s Eve in Los Angeles

Here's the short list.  We recommend you call or visit the websites of these locals to be sure they're not fully booked! Ocean Prime, Modern American, seafood-centric steakhouse, located in the heart of Beverly Hills is offering a special menu... Continue Reading →

Macbeth X 5: Shakespeare Full Throttle at the Odyssey Theatre

Reviewed by Guy Picot Shakespeare's tale of ambition and murder, told by a company of five. Joel Asher is a veteran director of Shakespeare and in this stripped-down version of the play (Presented by Joel Asher Studios in association with... Continue Reading →

‘Poker Night’ Screens at the NY/LA International Film Festival

Poker Night, the first cinematic project from the partnership of local Los Angeles film and theatrical producers/writers, and Hollywood Fringe veterans Tom Cavanaugh (Inland Empress, Under The Jello Mold, The Shift) and Matt Ritchey (Angel's Flight, Martha Washington Killed A... Continue Reading →

Kaskade Releases Redux EP 002

Six-time Grammy® nominated singer, songwriter and producer Kaskade today released a new EP entitled Redux EP 002 on his own label, Arkade. The seven-song set is now available to stream and download in its entirety HERE. Beginning today, fans can... Continue Reading →

2017 Paul Robeson Theatre Festival Opens at LATC

From August 25-27,  The Robey Theatre Company will present the 2017 Paul Robeson Theatre Festival, themed Harlem to Central Avenue, in association with the Latino Theater Company. Beginning in 1917, the Harlem Renaissance was the flowering of Black performing, literary and visual arts that... Continue Reading →

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