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September Monthly Art Column

By Jeff Davis The Getty sponsored Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA (“PST”) kicks off this month and runs through January 2018. PST is a far-reaching and ambitious exploration of Latin American and Latino art in dialogue with Los Angeles. More than 80 exhibitions are planned across Southern California, from Santa Barbara to San Diego and LA…

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Dog Haus Alhambra Celebrates Its Grand Re-Opening with Free Haus Dogs on Sept. 23

Dog Haus Alhambra is ready to unveil its transformation into a biergarten this weekend! To celebrate the grand re-opening, Dog Haus will be offering guests free Haus Dogs all day. Guests can select from any of the Haus Dog creations, with a veggie option available as well – don’t forget to order a chilled beer to…

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Movie Review: ‘Annabelle Creation’

By Giuseppe Mastrobuono “Annabelle” is a horror thriller set in rural California in the 1950s. The story begins when Sam and Esther Mullins lose their seven year old daughter in a car accident. When a local orphanage is forced to close twelve years later, the Mullins offer to take six of the orphan girls into…

The Rose Leaf Ragtime Club Presents “Get-Together” Musical
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The Rose Leaf Ragtime Club Presents “Get-Together” Musical

The Rose Leaf Ragtime Club, which meets on the last Sunday of every month, will have its next musical, “Get-Together” on Sunday, Aug. 27, 2017 at Wang’s Place, 120 E. Lemon Ave., Monrovia, in the old town area. This meeting will commemorate the club’s 22nd anniversary. After stepping into the foyer, enter the separate meeting room through the door to your right. The…

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Monthly Art Column – August 2017

Brad Miller: Stones & Object Relations Theory is on exhibit through August 19th at Edward Cella Art and Architecture in Culver City. The show presents Miller’s latest ceramic wall sculptures, abstract ceramic stonework and paintings. The first thing you notice about artist’s work is the relationship to nature and life systems. They are not just decorative…

Slayer, Lamb of God, Behemoth to Perform in L.A.
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Slayer, Lamb of God, Behemoth to Perform in L.A.

There are many perilous ways one can spend time off – volcano-boarding down Cerro Negro, Nicaragua’s active volcano, or maybe bungee jumping from a helicopter over the bubbling crater of Chile’s Villarrica. How about a visit to Sao Paulo’s Snake Island, home of some 4000 golden lancehead vipers whose venom can melt human flesh, or shark diving without a…

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