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Saigon was the name of a city and this is one story from those days

In 1968 the Viet Cong with the North Vietnamese launched numerous attacks on several locations all across South Vietnam. It was the Tet Offensive, the beginning of the end of the war in Vietnam in which America was involved for twenty […]

Saigon was the name of a city and this is one story from those days

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In 1968 the Viet Cong with the North Vietnamese launched numerous attacks on several locations all across South Vietnam. It was the Tet Offensive, the beginning of the end of the war in Vietnam in which America was involved for twenty […]

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Stephanie Moore is coming to town

Stephanie Moore is coming to Los Angeles all the way from Austin, Texas and she is bringing friends. So who is Stephanie Moore and why should anyone care? She is

Hollywood Fringe: Human Fountains is here

Grab your umbrellas, because Human Fountains are here to make a splash! After reaching the quarterfinals on Season 13 of America’s Got Talent and appearing on countless TV shows

Godzilla is king and we are just living in his world

3 ½ out of 4 stars Somewhere, in the deep blue sea, Godzilla is smiling: Hollywood, after years of lackluster efforts, finally made him proud. Godzilla: King of the Monsters is

Avenue Q comes to North Hollywood

I confess to a bit of ignorance but I will also say that also truly amplified my enjoyment in watching this latest incarnation of one of Broadway’s biggest hit

Hollywood Fringe Festival features local playwright premier of Funeral Potatoes

Los Angeles CA — Boomstick Theater makes their Hollywood Fringe festival debut with FUNERAL POTATOES, written by Kiri Callaghan, directed by Jo Ann Mendelson, featuring Whitney Montgomery & Lauren

Hollywood Fringe Festival returns

The Hollywood Fringe Festival is here once again. A collection of art on stage the is not intended to entertain your children, but to entertain and inform your adult

‘Shame of Thrones: The Musical’ A song of laughter and fun

After a successful run off Broadway Shame of Thrones: The Musical is revamped and back in Los Angeles at the Whitefire Theatre in Sherman Oaks, California. It’s directed by

Imbibe Consciousness and Culture with Cocoa Tea

“Cocoa Tea” is a popular Caribbean drink, but music fans know it’s also the name of one of reggae’s sweetest singers and best live performers. After more than four

Victory has ‘The End of Sex’ and more

The show opens with a man and a woman talking in their home. Upstairs they believe are a young man and young women who are guests for the night.

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