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Welcome a New Year of face palms and subpoenas

Welcome to 2019; it feels like the end is coming. Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren has declared she has started an exploratory committee for a presidential campaign. No surprise. There will be more to come. Some are expecting 20 or more […]

Welcome a New Year of face palms and subpoenas

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Welcome to 2019; it feels like the end is coming. Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren has declared she has started an exploratory committee for a presidential campaign. No surprise. There will be more to come. Some are expecting 20 or more […]

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Raking the forest floors is the answer, Trump says

You have to see it to believe it, but still find yourself asking, “Is this real?” California has been going through the worst wildfires in at least the last 100

Thousand Oaks tragedy brings the same responses but is no less painful for the victims

This morning family and friends gather to mourn the young people, and Sheriff’s Sergeant Ron Helus, who were murdered by a lone shooter at a popular Thousand Oaks country

‘Show Pony’ will keep you laughing

It all begins in the boardroom of a large advertising agency in New York City. One by one women show up expecting to put the final touches on a

World premiere of ‘The Rescued’

Many people have had the experience of visiting an animal shelter where we discover many dogs and cats all to varying degrees wounded by a troubled life and currently

KX Festival is coming in just 9 days

In nine days the KX Festival returns — for the fourth year — to the Levitt Pavilion at MacArthur Park for three days of Los Angeles culture. From the

Reggae on the Mountain is the best reggae venue in Los Angeles

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

Paris has a syndrome and you can see it now

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

Cali Roots Festival: Nine years young and growing

A Photo-Essay of the 9th Annual “Cali Roots” (Monterey, California; May 25-27, 2018) At page 273 of renowned reggae historian Roger Steffens's highly acclaimed book "So Much Things To Say:

World premiere of ‘Forever Bound’ is a spellbinding tale

A couple months back the world was shocked when authorities discovered 13 children shackled and tortured in their own home in Perris, California. It is extremely difficult to even

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