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8 Cheap and Free Things to Do in L.A. This Week

12 days ago by LA Weekly
An art show celebrates the tiki aesthetic, Cheech Marin introduces a screening of <i>Born in East L.A.</i>, LACMA screens Universal's Spanish-language version of <i>Dracula</i>, and more to do and see in L.A. this week for 10 bucks or less. La Luz de Jesus' annual "The Art of Tiki" art show...
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18 Best Things to Do in L.A. This Week

13 days ago by LA Weekly
Unsolicited dick pics make it onto a gallery wall, the Hammer celebrates a groundbreaking Peruvian vocalist, Cheech hosts a screening of Born in East L.A., and more to do and see in L.A. this week. fri 10/6 La Luz de Jesus' annual "The Art of Tiki" art show is officially...
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With a Stellar Lead, Before I Fall Breaks the Life-on-a-Loop Template

8 months ago by April Wolfe
There’s a reason Zoey Deutch is often “the girl” in comedies. Her face expresses multitudes, and the funny guys need a woman with priceless reactions to sell their punch lines. She’s endured dick jokes for Robert De Niro and Zac Efron in Dirty Grandpa, played oblivious straight woman to the...
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Syfy’s Incorporated Compellingly Links the End-Times to Now

10 months ago by Alan Scherstuhl
Incorporated comes on like the kind of TV show you think you have to pay close attention to. There's more consideration of climate change in the tense Syfy dystopian thriller than in all four-and-a-half hours of this fall's presidential debates. As the series opens, stern white titles on a black...
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How "Superman of Renters" Daniel Bramzon Revolutionized L.A.'s Eviction-Defense Industry

3 years ago by Hillel Aron
Department 94 is unlike any other courtroom in Los Angeles. Most courts are quiet, orderly affairs. Parties show up on time and speak when spoken to. Department 94 is different — one part game show, one part DMV on a Monday morning. Located on the seventh floor of the Stanley...
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Theater to See in L.A. This Week, Including a Docudrama About Slavery

5 years ago by Steven Leigh Morris
Lovell Estell III found Chromolume Theatre's production of Do Lord Remember Me stirring, and made it this week's Pick. Neal Weaver also found a multimedia Brecht on Brecht at Atwater Village Theater praiseworthy. See below for all the latest new theater reviews and regionwide stage listings.This week's theater feature looks...
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Theater to See in L.A. This Week, Including a Solo Show About Drug Wars Called Empanada for a Dream

5 years ago by Steven Leigh Morris
The tenacious City Garage -- sticking around for a while at Bergamot Station after its lease in its space behind the Third Street Promenade in Santa Monica wasn't renewed -- revives its production of Ionesco's absurdist comedy The Bald Soprano, and our critic Lovell Estell III makes it our Pick...
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Theater to See in L.A. This Week, Including a Local Production of Avenue Q

5 years ago by Steven Leigh Morris
Latino Theatre Company's Anna Lucasta is this week's Pick of the Week. It was first written about a Polish family but deemed too sexual for white folk, so Philip Yordan's play was re-jiggered for a black cast in its 1944 Broadway premiere. LTC's revival continues this weekend at Los Angeles...
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Theater to See in L.A. This Week, Including Rogue Machine's Latest, Set in a Big-Box Store

5 years ago by Steven Leigh Morris
Samuel D. Hunter's new play at Rogue Machine, A Bright New Boise, takes a probing look at religious zealotry and is this week's Pick of the Week. For all our new theater reviews, see below. The works of six black female playwrights (State of the Union: Black Women --Taking Flight)...
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