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Saving theaters one historic site at a time through photography

Saving theaters one historic site at a time through photography

| December 28, 2017 | 0 Comments

Mark Mulhall and John Hough are two photographers on a mission. They may not be trying to save the world, but they are doing everything in their power to save historic theaters throughout the United States and beyond. But how can two photographers, armed with nothing more than talent, a camera, and bold intentions, succeed […]

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New year, new you. Get gorgeous locks on Larchmont

New year, new you. Get gorgeous locks on Larchmont

| December 28, 2017 | 0 Comments

Romi Cortier mixes fine art with style at his salon Romi Cortier Design, 425 N. Larchmont Blvd., where his original paintings adorn the walls and clients are treated to private rooms and a top-notch team. “The most important thing to consider, regardless of trend, is does it look good on you, working with your skin […]

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Eataly in Century City is open, worth the wait

Eataly in Century City is open, worth the wait

| November 30, 2017 | 0 Comments

There are a lot of lines at Eataly, the newly opened, hotly anticipated Italian food hall and marketplace in the Westfield Century City Mall. Once inside, there are more lines: lines to buy freshly made burrata at the cheesemonger’s; lines for Italian street food at La Piazza, one of three restaurants contained in the two-story, […]

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Cathedral Chapel of St. Vibiana is here to stay; 90th gala is Dec. 16

Cathedral Chapel of St. Vibiana is here to stay; 90th gala is Dec. 16

| November 30, 2017 | 0 Comments

Although it has been here for 90 years, Cathedral Chapel of St. Vibiana, on busy La Brea Ave., is easy to miss. “To those who don’t know we’re here… when they find out, it’s, ‘Wow!,’” beamed Dolly Tidalgo, a member of the pastoral liturgy and environment committees. The small, welcoming church offers a refuge in […]

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‘Nutcracker’ is local, bittersweet this holiday

‘Nutcracker’ is local, bittersweet this holiday

| November 30, 2017 | 0 Comments

This holiday season, Marat Daukayev’s “Nutcracker” features several dancers who will be performing their final roles, including leading Sugar Plum Fairies Uliana Mikhed, Isabella Seo, Isabella Franco and Alexandra Shlosman. “All girls have been with the school over 12 years and all are graduating this year,” Pamela Daukayev told us.   Isabella Franco goes to Marlborough […]

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‘Something Rotten’ is a treat

‘Something Rotten’ is a treat

| November 22, 2017 | 0 Comments

Theater Review by Patricia Foster Rye It’s time for FOTFL and laughing out loud again — non stop. Something Rotten has music and lyrics by Wayne and Karey Kirkpatrick, and book by Karey Kirkpatrick and John O’Farrell. The show tells the story of brothers Nick Bottom (Rob McClure) and Nigel Bottom (Josh Grisetti), two playwrights […]

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