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Cannibalism Is the Theme of the MexiCali Biennial. But Not in the Way You'd Think

6 years ago by Alissa Walker
Upon entering the 2013 MexiCali Biennial, visitors will be asked by a security guard to position their heads in the oval opening of a steel panel, where a camera will document their faces. In order to be admitted to the exhibition, visitors must agree to do this. The work, by...
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The Best Free L.A. Parties This Week

4 years ago by Shana Nys Dambrot
Obviously tonight you’re going to get your rainbows and unicorns groove on at this year’s Artopia, presented by L.A. Weekly — but after that, stay strong because you’ve still got a whole weekend of flip and fancy art-friendly parties ahead of you. From the upscale to astrological, and from neighborhood...
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5 Musical + Comedy Things to Do in L.A. This Week

6 years ago by Kevin O'Keeffe
See also: *Our Calendar Section, Listing More Great Things to Do in L.A. *5 Artsy Things to Do in L.A. This Week If you need a laugh to start your weekend, or if you want to cool down from your week with some music, L.A. has you covered. This week,...
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Real Housewife of NYC Sells Fur, Feather Merkins (aka Vagina Wigs)

7 years ago by Barbie Davenporte
Oh good. Another one of those housewives from one of those Bravo shows is finding a new hobby to make her life appear more relevant to society. First it was sex toys and now it's merkins, aka pubic wigs, aka fake vagina hair. Confused? Here's a brief history of the...
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Theater to See in L.A. This Week, Including a Local Production of Avenue Q

7 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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James Beard Awards 2012: Semifinalists Announced

7 years ago by Elina Shatkin
Los Angeles chefs made a strong showing among the semifinalists for the 2012 James Beard Awards, which were announced today. Local nominees for the Best Chef, Pacific award include Josef Centeno (Lazy Ox Canteen), Michael Cimarusti (Providence), David Feau (The Royce at the Langham), Matt Molina (Mozza), John Rivera Sedlar...
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The Weekend's Listings for Stage, Dance and Comedy

7 years ago by Steven Leigh Morris
Tensions within a classical musical quartet erupt in Dissonance, Damian Lanigan's play running at Burbank's Falcon Theatre, and slated to be reviewed over the weekend. For the weekend's New Theater Reviews, check back on Tuesday. Click here for the current New Theater Reviews. Also, check out the current stage Features...
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What to See On Stage? This Week's Theater/Dance/Comedy Listings

7 years ago by Steven Leigh Morris
Richard Montoya's American Night opened Sunday night at the Kirk Douglas Theatre. Developed in collaboration with director Jo Bonney and Culture Clash, the "fever dream" of a Mexican immigrant (Rene Millan) studying for his U.S. citizenship exam unfolds as a contemporary Everyman -- a morality play about the contradictions between...
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The Weekend's Stage Listings; Theater Awards Updates

7 years ago by Steven Leigh Morris
Thanks for the comments on prior blog. Two actors are now sharing one nomination (Leading Male Performance, Camino Real, Theater @ Boston Court/CalArts School of Theater) in the 33rd annual L.A. Weekly Theater Awards. Matthew Goodrich rehearsed and performed the play one night, injuring himself on that opening performance. Understudy...

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