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Cosmic Sounds at the Mount Wilson Observatory

Cosmic Sounds – a special event happening at the Mount Wilson Observatory this Summer combines art and music with the constellations. Sound Artist Michael Brewster. Within Sound: The...

Henry V – National Theatre Live

Club music, flashing lights and illicit drug use – it’s not your typical opening to a Shakespearian play, by any means. This is the National Theatre’s Henry V, staged at the Donmar Warehouse in London’s West...

Summer concerts!

SUMMER 2022 JAZZ, FUNK, BLUES AND MORE AT THE HOLLYWOOD BOWL AND THE FORD The fun and music continues this Summer, with amazing concerts scheduled for the Hollywood Bowl and the Ford Amphitheater. Lock these...

WeHo’s weekly open mic @ Micky’s

Micky’s hosts month-long literary festival & $500 slam competition Do you have what it takes to get published? This August and September, WeHo’s weekly open mic (The Mic, Tuesdays 6-9pm at Micky’s WeHo)...

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Jazz Fest at the Bowl – reviewed

What a day! What a night! The Hollywood Bowl Jazz Festival is enjoying its fourth decade devoted to staging the finest Jazz acts from all over the world. The 42nd Annual Hollywood Bowl Jazz Festival (formerly known as...

“Uncle Vanya” reviewed

As the saying goes, the more things change, the more they stay the same. Technology zooms forward, but human nature remains stubbornly persistent. Thus a play such as Anton Chekhov’s Uncle Vanya, which premiered in...

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Antaeus presents “Hamlet” – reviewed

At this point, Shakespeare’s Hamlet is a theatrical peak so frequently attempted that you can see, as on Everest, the frozen bodies of thespians who chanced and failed the perilous ascent on the way. And yet this...

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