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Celebrating it's 59th play, Echo Theater offers two unique plays - a dark comedy and intense drama
The former bodybuilder Samra is holding an art show. An exhibition he named Three Lives – One Dream. To the title Samra explains how he has morphed and transformed himself through these very specific types of expression
An award winning play about love, life and consequences
The global financial markets go radioactive, and the predators stand poised for a fight to the finish. Partnerships prove to be perilous and laws are meaningless in the jungle of scheming money managers, where these cleverly crafted characters dwell
When it comes to sports, Los Angeles is a participant's city. There's no reason to gaze into a TV watching other people play when you can be out there yourself.
LAJFF Celebrates Milestone Year! The 10th Annual Los Angeles Jewish Film Festival Opening Night Gala will be held on Thursday, April 30, 2015 at the historic Saban Theatre, 8440 Wilshire Blvd. in Beverly Hills. Red carpet arrivals begin at 7:00pm
What would you do if God told you he needed therapy - a play for everyone
In the stuggle to transform one must first beat against the cocoon and then digest itself before it can emerge
If you think Madame Tussauds wax museum in Hollywood is just another superficial tourist attraction in La La Land, you’re in for a surprise. Madame Tussaud’s art form has been displayed for over 200 years and counting. It's just as popular
Although he briefly utilizes a tired cliché in the second act, Rajiv Joseph's script still possesses a multilayered dimensionality, which matches the brilliance of the actors
Bill Brown is responsible for creating the riveting sound behind fan-favorite television shows and video games. He now gears up to begin several projects, including his new role as composer for Syfy’s post-apocalyptic thriller Dominion 2.
This year marks the 50th year of the backlot tour. Universal Studios Hollywood has added a few new attractions that your kids will love.
A multifaceted, deeply human story that includes all the elements of the human condition; disappointment, divorce, death, dementia, survival and more
While many people were at Indio this weekend in celebration of Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, other guests went to Palm Springs/Indio and had a completely different experience
After a long day at the festival everyone, literally EVERYONE headed to the famous Landmark Aviation at Desert Resorts Airport to ring in the 6th Annual Neon Carnival
Music and history buffs will love this musical about John Dolphin - Dolphin's of Hollywood - who fought discrimination and segregation to suceed
An intense dive through the infernal spiral of a mother’s ordeal over her kidnapped son - a must see
Saturday, April 18th enjoy an opening reception for “"Minor Identity Crisis,” at Essentia in Santa Monica. The solo exhibition featuring the work of Gus Harper will feature some twenty works along with an installation.
“As Above, So Below” opens this Saturday, April 11th, in conjunction with MOPLA. The artist reception runs from 6:30pm-9pm and takes place at bG Gallery at Bergamot Station in Santa Monica.
When you hear the name Candace Cameron, you think “real girl next door”. Candace has been one of the rare celebrities who has managed to achieve enduring success in Hollywood while remaining true to her own authenticity