Updated at the bottom: Well, that makes sense. The film's director is reportedly a soft-porn veteran. First posted at 1:08 p.m. It was only a matter of time before some of the D-list actors in the almost comical Innocence of Muslims were outed as porn stars and adult models. We would laugh except ... More >>
Will the Los Angeles City Council and Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa ever help resuscitate public access television in Los Angeles? It's a question public access advocates continue to put forward, although it seems to fall on deaf ears. In response, public access TV producer Leslie Dutton, act ... More >>
bloggamy.comDr. Susan Block.In this great land of ours we celebrate Black History Month (February), LGBT History Month (October), even National Tibetan American Heritage Month (May). But there's only one month that truly celebrates you: Masturbation Month.
Even by the outrageous standards of sexologist Dr. Susan Block's broad-band e-blasts, her announcement that May is for wankers will take many aback. After all, a country jaded by sit-ins, smoke-outs and Casual Fridays may still not be ready for the idea of officially sanctioned acts of onanism. Whil ... More >>
This weekend was our first with new president Barack Obama and Los Angeles celebrated the only way it knew how with sold out rock concerts, orgies, jam-packed art openings, film screenings and more. Sunday morning I awoke to find my apartment floor scattered with an array of party favors like Obama ... More >>
Last Friday night, ABC's Nightline ran a six-minute segment on the end of public access television in California. Although the news show never mentioned our paper, the segment was based on an L.A. Weekly cover story, "Shutting Up the Little Guy," in which we took no prisoners in pointing ... More >>
My childhood memories of public television are foggy, at best, and are mostly frustrated recollections of trying to imitate quirky painting instructor Bob Ross. The Joy of Painting, please. An entire masterpiece in 30 minutes -- 30 minutes! He made those "happy little trees" look so easy, didn't he? ... More >>
AT&T and L.A. City Hall quietly lead a national push to silence the little guy
The Pleasure Principal
John Kilduff and Letís Paint TV
Is the crackdown on free expression new, or business as usual?
Political-themed theater across the city
Notes on the man-woman/man-man/woman-woman thing