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Fictional tale tells of Warhol’s early years

Fictional tale tells of Warhol’s early years

| August 29, 2019 | 0 Comments

Who or what inspires and/or influences an artist, famous or otherwise, has always been an elusive query. Andy Warhol’s Tomato by Vince Melocchi explores the answer and the journey. Part of Pittsburgh folklore tells of a working-class bar where a teenage Andy Warhola (the final “a” was dropped later in his career) drew on napkins […]

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Romantic and new, drive-in makes a comeback at The Grove

Romantic and new, drive-in makes a comeback at The Grove

| August 29, 2019 | 0 Comments

The Drive-In Movie: a cultural staple of a bygone era that I, like many Generation Z’ers, have never had the chance to experience. With the continuous, rapid advancement of technology, the drive-in movie has joined the Game Boy, the Walkman and the rotary phone in the hall of technological relics discarded to make way for […]

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Mid-Wilshire neighborhood plays a character in ‘The Rookie’

Mid-Wilshire neighborhood plays a character in ‘The Rookie’

| August 29, 2019 | 0 Comments

Anyone who has watched TV or movies for the last decade or more is probably familiar with certain Los Angeles streets and landmarks flickering across the screen, but not always as “Los Angeles.” Sometimes our city gets to “play” as another city in a film or TV series. Because streets in our neighborhoods (Larchmont, Hancock […]

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War, chase films, Ronstadt’s voice endures, another dog flick

War, chase films, Ronstadt’s voice endures, another dog flick

| August 29, 2019 | 0 Comments

Official Secrets (9/10): Runtime 112 minutes. R. It’s chancy to believe history as told by motion pictures, but this film seems right on, in capturing the deceitfulness of the Bush Administration and Colin Powell in starting the second Iraq war (evocative of Lyndon Johnson’s fraudulent Tonkin Gulf Resolution that callously misled the American populace into […]

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Spend ‘Day at the Beach’ at Taste of Larchmont Aug. 26

Spend ‘Day at the Beach’ at Taste of Larchmont Aug. 26

| August 1, 2019 | 1 Comment

Take an evening stroll along the boulevard in Larchmont Village and enjoy sampling cuisine from more than 20 restaurants at HopeNet’s annual “Taste of Larchmont” fundraiser Mon., Aug. 26. The event, themed “A Day at the Beach” this year, will also feature food, desserts and beverages at the pavilion area set up in the public […]

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Family-friendly Show at Ebell

Family-friendly Show at Ebell

| August 1, 2019 | 0 Comments

An all-ages Comedy & Variety Show featuring fun SNL-style skits, magic, music and improv games is at The Ebell of Los Angeles Sun., Aug. 18 from 1 to 3 p.m. The family-friendly event is directed by Jay Lay, actor and former senior teacher / director at the Groundlings Theater and School and a Gower St. […]

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