Local Entertainment Articles
Jeremy Crutchley takes the audience to the essence of the elephant and shows why he must be rescued from his cruel fate at the hands of humans
Six years ago, a ten-year-old boy accidentally shot and killed his little brother. Now, we meet his whole family. One In The Chamber brings to life a dysfunctional family drama that explores the effects of gun violence in one American family.
Ballet veterans Osipova and Vasiliev exude grace and passionate stage chemistry in this Orange County debut
Culinary Stars and Acclaimed Restaurants Bring Flavor to Los Angeles Times The Taste this coming Labor Day Weekend
The LA Based Troubadours makes a smashing debut at Shakespeare Orange County, combining Shakespeare…and (gulp) disco
In many wonderful moments we witness those transformations unfold—seeing joy and gratitude on all the respondents’ faces as they're experiencing the music from their younger days. Some even manage to carry a tune!
For those of us who grew up in the 60's and 70's, vegetables were usually bland, overcooked items. Stonefire Grill invented a tasty Cauliflower treat, and a whole new group of healthier, reasonably priced items for our nights out!
Ilana Martin's vision to expand The Vocal Workout Singing School in SoHo New York, and opening a school in Los Angeles is very innovative. Martin is currently interviewing potential instructors and students.
Heaven & Earth, the diverse classic rock band from Los Angeles, led by the esteemed British rock-blues guitarist Stuart Smith, has just completed their first European Summer Tour.
A stunning bevy of Art Models, combined with Live Exotic Arabic Fusion Music, Belly Dancers, and the coolest DJ, create an Art Event with a cool Club Party Vibe
The evening continues with a selection of pieces from some of John Williams’ most memorable scores, including Star Wars, E.T., Jaws and Jurassic Park, reminding the audience of the great movie classics.
a romantic and witty play about the constant battle of the sexes.
A father and son, snowbound in an RV, without food and no hope of rescue... how their struggle to survive changes their relationship. The story is told in reverse, starting at the “end” and working backwards to the start of their journey
“Dixie’s Tupperware Party” is billed as “not your grandmother’s Tupperware party.” It's in Los Angeles now. And I'm buying.
Brooklyn playwright Marja Lewis Ryan tests the waters of drama in her new play One In The Chamber
Lyle is a chilling and clever glimpse into the mind of an expectant mother's mind
This summer, the Warner Bros. VIP Studio Tour is commemorating the 75th Anniversary of Batman with a special Exhibit. For the first time, costumes, props and vehicles from all seven Batman films can be seen together in this spectacular collection
Sunday, July 20 from 4-7pm, enjoy an artist reception for Stephanie Trachtenberg at Upper West (3321 Pico Blvd. in Santa Monica).
We Will Rock You the musical takes you into the future, where rock music is dead and technology has overtaken all individuality
Dames in a Speakeasy called Syrup Loft in Downtown Los Angeles, late at Night, dark, a uniformed guard, and the Electro-Swing Music is vibrating all the way down to the street