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Let’s Apply Critical Thinking to the Fake News Emanating From the Measure S Campaign

By Kerry Morrison

February 21, 2017

Note: This is Part One of a Three Part Series. I am hopeful that LA City voters can distinguish between hype and logic. The very future of our city is dependent upon voter discernment. Recent events in American civic life… read more

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Toil and Trouble: The Ides of March

By Genie Davis

February 17, 2017

The Ides of March has never been sexier than this March 15th, when the exciting new performance company Toil and Trouble presents their take on the classic. Described as a re-imagining – with burlseque – of Shakespeare’s tales of betrayal… read more

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Hollywood: Host to Grammy Hitmakers since 1959

By Camila Webb

February 10, 2017

To people all over the world, Hollywood is known as the capital of the motion picture industry. But to many others, Hollywood is also well known as a music town. And what would the movies be without music, after all?… read more

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Measure H. Failure is Not an Option

By Kerry Morrison

February 9, 2017

What?  Another election? Another Measure H? Didn’t we just vote on this? Answer:  Yes. Yes. And sort of. In less than a month, the polls will be open throughout the entire county of Los Angeles, and voters will have a… read more

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LACE: Nonprofit Art in the Heart of Hollywood

By Genie Davis

February 7, 2017

Since its inception in 1978, Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions, or LACE as the art space is most commonly known, has been a beacon for experimental and innovative artists. Founded by artists, this non-profit gallery is free to the public, and… read more

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Mahi Mahi has got your Fish Fix

By Esther Tseng

February 6, 2017

There’s a great new spot for seafood fans on the lookout for a fast casual option that also doesn’t break the bank. Mahi Mahi Seafood Grill is located right in the Gower Gulch plaza, with a huge menu that actually caters… read more

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Museum of Death: A Life Force in Hollywood

By Genie Davis

February 2, 2017

The goal of the Museum of Death is to bury the notion of negativity – and “make people happy to be alive,” as its literature states. Begun in 1995 in San Diego by the husband and wife team of J.D…. read more

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Omakase Mondays at Katsuya by SBE

By Esther Tseng

January 30, 2017

Katsuya by SBE gives you something extra special to get out on the town for on Mondays thanks to their special Omakase Series. Start your week off right by treating yourself to a seasonal, multi-course dinner at Hollywood and Vine… read more

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Museum of Broken Relationships: Mending the Broken Hearts on Hollywood Boulevard

By Genie Davis

January 25, 2017

If you’ve ever had a broken heart, or cried for that ‘happily ever after’ that never came, just in time for Valentine’s Day, make a visit to the Museum of Broken Relationships on Hollywood Boulevard. Interior… read more

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An Afternoon with Earl Carroll

January 20, 2017

Spend an afternoon with Earl Carroll – followed by “A Night At Earl Carroll’s” – presented by the American Cinematheque, the Art Deco Society of Los Angeles & Hollywood Heritage! An illustrated presentation on Sunset Boulevard’s art deco era Earl… read more

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