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I Totally Know What You Did Last Donna Summer

5 years ago by Siran Babayan
For the past two years, writer-director Dane Whitlock has been creating musical mash-ups inspired by Little House on the Prairie and Judy Blume books, set to karaoke songs and the music of The Carpenters. This time, his muse is the parade of big boobs and erect nipples that starred in...
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11 Best Music Shows in L.A. This Week

13 days ago by L.A. Weekly
Los Angeles is a hotbed of live music, and L.A. Weekly is here to help navigate this embarrassment of riches. From a rocking punk reunion at Alex's Bar, to rebel rapper P.O.S., to Ja Rule & Ashanti for Valentine's day, here are the 11 best music shows in L.A. this week!
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100 Days of Concerts to Fill Your Summer Calendar

8 months ago by Paul Rogers
L.A. Weekly's comprehensive Summer Concert Guide: 100 Days of Concerts will help you plan your musical outings from now through Sept. 15. It's an entire season's worth of musical exploration and excitement.
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13 Best Things to Do in L.A. This Week

5 months ago by L.A. Weekly
From a cross-cultural collision between Oktoberfest and some of the best dumplings SoCal has to offer to a documentary about and appearance by one of rock's female pioneers, art exhibitions galore and an evening of magic and comedy, here are the 13 best things to do in Los Angeles this week!
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Donna Mee, the Makeup Guru of Southern California

4 years ago by Gendy Alimurung
Once a year, in late summer, Donna Mee takes her vintage makeup collection out of storage. Mee, who is known alternately as the makeup guru, the pageant guru and the queen of corrective makeup, teaches a class on the history of beauty at her Costa Mesa school, Empire Academy. The...
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Chef Spotlight: Wild Thing Dean Barker

6 months ago by Michele Stueven
Dean Barker is an unapologetic wild thing, traveling DJ, music producer, horticulturist, child of the ’80s and an accidental chef. Just like Max in the Maurice Sendak classic Where the Wild Things Are, he loves to create a ruckus and looks forward to the day when he can live in his own underground forest.
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Happy Birthday Giorgio Moroder! The Dance Music Pioneer Looks Back on His Prolific Career

10 months ago by Lina Lecaro
The producer-composer's impact in the clubs is culturally significant, and his current guise as a DJ provides a history lesson of sorts for those who appreciate dance music's visceral power and evolution. Moroder offers a rare DJ set for his birthday tonight at the Globe Theatre downtown, at a bash thrown by his namesake club Giorgio's. We spoke with the man himself (by phone from Italy) last week about his career and his milestone club appearance.
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14 Best Things to Do in L.A. This Week

7 months ago by LA Weekly
From ballet to Shakespeare in Griffith Park, a party boat to a SummerTini Tasting in downtown Culver City, to festivals shining the spotlight on trains, Mediterranean food or Chinese culture and food, here are the 14 best things to do in Los Angeles this week!
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Where to Have a Gay Ol' Time in Los Angeles: A Nightlife Guide

As equality and acceptance for the LGBTQ community slowly becomes the norm across the nation, a beautiful by-product has emerged: There are more places than ever for people of all sexual preferences to come together and party. Here in L.A., queer nightlife has long been a primary source for joyful revelry and creative expression, and promoters and owners alike keep evolving, growing and "(gay)me-changing" beyond social stereotypes, with new hot spots in new parts of town.

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