Local Entertainment Articles
Six hours of acoustic guitar rockin' mamas, with humor and little country, jazz and straight up rock n' roll mixed in.
Another thriller from the LeCarre factory, this time with bad guys from the world of international pharamaceuticals.
The 25 year old classic, "The Blues Brothers" now on DVD for the first time ever.
Project Runway, called the Prada of reality shows by The New York Times, has just wrapped its second season
Katmanda Fashion Show, where the mannequins walk, talk, and even drink (sorry they do not make Julian Fries).
Degrassi - Two of the stars of Degrassi discuss the show's controversial image and their own lives.
Free booze, Free food, Women; well two out of three isnt bad.
Deuce Bigalow; European Gigolo: the film that tells Europe what we really think of them.
Kollaboration All Stars was truly an all star gathering stirring up the crowd with raw, inspiring talent from a variety of singing groups, comedians, and dancers.
Karen Lynne Gallerys third location greets Beverly Hills with a brand new genre of art.
Wow! I thought when I entered the Cabana Club and still awed when I left it...
An L.A. night club fit for stars
Tall blondes, George Costanza, and Gallery C's openning recepition for 21.
Kev Brown is hip hop wordsmith with a sound that is down.
Not sure if this is Salvadors idea of surreal; he might have said nada to this dada...that is until he saw it performed!
ALO weaved their music perfectly for the enthusiastic and SRO crowd.
The best art is the art for the soul, particularly SEBA!
"Kill Reality" premieres on E! Entertainment Television on Monday, July 25 at 10:00PM ET/PT. The one-hour series joins together televisions most infamous cast members from your favorite reality shows and invites them to take a jab at one another while finally getting their shot at the big time by starring in an all-new horror film, "The Scorned."
L.A. Weekly's Best Singer-Songwriter of the year, AM, seduced me with his heartbreaking lyrics and hypnotic sound.
An interview with AM, the LA Weekly songwriter of 2005. He talks about the thoughts behind his lyrics, his interests and how it all came to be.