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Making it in Hollywood

I have spent my entire life to some extent in and around the entertainment industry. My dad was a bandleader and drummer. When I was only 5 years old I was a model and apparently some level of actor because […]

Making it in Hollywood

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I have spent my entire life to some extent in and around the entertainment industry. My dad was a bandleader and drummer. When I was only 5 years old I was a model and apparently some level of actor because […]

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Group Rep’s “A Dull Pain Turned Sharp” is all about family

A Dull Pain Turned Sharp is a family show written by Brent Beerman and directed by Kay Cole, and is currently premiering at the Lonny Chapman Theatre in North Hollywood, California.

‘Rabbit Hole’ or Aleppo USA

This tightly written tragic/comedy/drama earned a coveted Pulitzer Prize for Best Drama for its creator David Lindsay-Abaire in 2007. Ten years later it has arrived on a Los Angeles

Born in China is as real as Disney gets

3 out of 4 stars Disney has a new star — and he doesn’t even say a word. His name is Tao Tao and in a split second, he goes from

Baltimore Archdiocese the focus of Netflix series “The Keepers”

“The Keepers” examines the unsolved murder of a popular nun and a related church sex abuse scandal and cover-up. Beginning on May 19, 2017, Netflix viewers will be able to view

PBS SoCal presents Angeleno

A documentary series that defines Los Angeles through the lives of its residents New Episodes Begin April 30 Los Angeles, Calif. (April 20, 2017) — PBS SoCal and Primetime Emmy and

Bill O’Reilly fired from Fox News

In a move that shocks much of the news world, the parent company of Fox News, 20th Century Fox, announced their top-rated cable news host Bill O’Reilly will not

Maybe Baby for 2020

Delivery systems have been

LA84 Foundation and LA 2024 partner for Festival of Books

LA84 FOUNDATION AND LA 2024 PARTNER TO BRING OLYMPIANS, AUTHORS, PRIZES AND SAM THE EAGLE TO FESTIVAL OF BOOKS LOS ANGELES (April 17, 2017)  ̶  The LA84 Foundation, a legacy

Christianity is given an assist in “The Case For Christ”

Mike Vogel portrays investigative reporter Lee Strobel in The Case for Christ. Lee Strobel – an award-winning legal journalist – seemed to have it all. A loving wife with two

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