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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 entertainment to the food those attending this free festival will have […]

KX Festival is coming in just 9 days

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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 entertainment to the food those attending this free festival will have […]

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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

SEX on the main stage will entertain you

Margy LaMont [Andrea Hutchman] is the best known most successful madam of the sex trade in Montreal, Canada. One of her best customers, a British Naval Officer, is in

Stephon Clark: an individual death that did not have to happen

Stephon Clark would be alive today if he did not commit a crime. Stephon Clark would be alive today if he did not run from the law. Stephon Clark would be

Echo Theatre debuts “An Undivided Heart”

Ponder this: You are a well-educated person engaged in a profession you deeply love.  You have held the organization you work for in extremely high regard. Then one day

Unemployed Elephants take over Burbank

Okay so maybe that isn’t totally accurate because elephants unemployed or otherwise have not swarmed Burbank, but the love story written by acclaimed playwright Wendy Graf and entitled Unemployed

Congresswoman Barbara Lee responds to Trump and Sessions’ attack on California

In response to President Trump and U.S. Attorney General Jefferson Sessions suing the state of California, Congresswoman Lee has this response: Washington, D.C. – Congresswoman Barbara Lee (CA-13) released the following statement after

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