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Poets celebrate WeHo Pride

This WeHo Pride, be on the lookout for typewriters. LGBTQ+ poetry group Pride Poets will be standing by waiting to listen to your story and turn it into poetry, on the spot, for you to take home. Pride Poets...

Hollywood Bowl Jazz Festival 2024

The Hollywood Bowl Jazz Festival is enjoying its fourth decade devoted to staging the finest Jazz acts from all over the world. An eclectic array of artists will grace the Hollywood Bowl‘s stage to...

MUSE/IQUE present “Dylan Plugs In” – free concerts series

It was a stunning ‘upset’ when Bob Dylan went electric. The folk singer was already a legend, thanks to his scathing commentary in support of the Civil Rights movement. But when Dylan delivered an...

“Roots Picnic: Hip-Hop is the Love of My Life” coming to the Bowl

Coming to the Hollywood Bowl in June is the Roots Picnic: Hip-Hop is the Love of My Life. The legendary Roots crew invites their musical heroes and peers to celebrate the first five decades of hip-hop at the...

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Summer at The Bowl!

Single tickets are now on sale for the Hollywood Bowl‘s spectacular summer season, to all LA Phil summer concerts and events. The Los Angeles Philharmonic has announced new updates about the Hollywood Bowl 2024...

“Girl from the North Country” reviewed

Musicals can have many different formats, but the two most prevalent structures these days are the traditional and the jukebox. The traditional (incorporating Sondheim, because his changes are now part of the musical...

Voices from the Hill

Synchromy presents Voices From The Hill—A Celebration of Elephant Hill. This Sunday is the second event of a two-day environmental justice festival featuring music, interactive installations, and poetry with artwork and...

Taping of “The Wheel World”

Creating a groundswell of support, a few years ago comedians from all over – DC, LA, and NYC – came together to fundraise for comedian Jason Sáenz after he fell through a skylight while on a date back in...

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