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Troubles every day at the diner

I Got Troublesis the latest in a longline of plays written by the talented Art Shulman. It has a large cast of 12 players and is set in an iconic coffee house they call Angie’s Coffeehouse. It is not totally […]

Troubles every day at the diner

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I Got Troublesis the latest in a longline of plays written by the talented Art Shulman. It has a large cast of 12 players and is set in an iconic coffee house they call Angie’s Coffeehouse. It is not totally […]

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In mid-July, when summer’s heat sears L.A., Angelenos and savvy outsiders know the best, most refreshing, rejuvenating thing to do is to go to Reggae on the Mountain. Aptly

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Elle Winter at Oriole Park in Baltimore credit Anthony C. Hayes

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Rumors swirl at the Lonny Chapman Theatre

The Group Rep at the Lonny Chapman Theatre in North Hollywood has produced over 300 plays including 70 world premieres and is approaching a half century of theatrical artistry.

DJ Yaadcore discusses Righteous Reggae and Raging Fyah

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One of oh so many shows in the ongoing Los Angeles Fringe Festival, I was attracted to this one: Paris Syndromeby its title and even more when I discovered

Judge rules against makers of ‘Sesame Street’ over film’s use of “No Sesame, All Street” tagline

WASHINGTON — The maker of the raunchy, R-rated film “The Happytime Murders" — featuring foul-mouthed, violent, ejaculating puppets — praised a federal judge’s decision allowing the movie to use the tagline

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