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Training shelter and rescue dogs

by Bethany Wilson
May 22, 2018

Five ways to update your guest bath.

by Christopher Porikos
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Meet Los Angeles Music Photographer Harold Sherrick

by Caroline McElroy
May 15, 2018

5 Benefits of Risk-Taking

by Jessie Marcus
May 11, 2018

Very independent Filmmaking - Simplifying the Audition Process

by Samantha Simmonds-Ronceros
May 10, 2018

Patient in the Process

by Connor Coman
May 07, 2018

One Simple Way to Stand Out on a First Date

by Cristina Morara
May 04, 2018

Review of Avengers: Infinity War

by Mike Peros
May 01, 2018

Finding Money to Pay College Bills Out of Pocket

by Lillian Appleby
April 26, 2018

Free Monthly Horoscopes - May 2018

by Maya White
April 20, 2018

Buying tickets for gigs in L.A.

by Caroline McElroy
April 19, 2018

Three Qualities That an Artist Needs to Succeed.

by Fran Montano
April 16, 2018

2018; Spring into a clutter-free space

by Christopher Porikos
Monday, 12 February 2018 03:51

Street Artists: TEACHR and WRDSMTH

January was a month full of news and adventures and it was really hard to keep them limited to just a few highlights of the month.

Published in LA Music Scene
Wednesday, 06 March 2013 01:56

Band Review >> Glass Battles

The NoHo Arts District dot Com team likes to showcase the immense talent we have in our growing one-mile neighborhood. We had the pleasure of meeting and chatting with North Hollywood band Glass Battles.

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Published in LA Music Scene
Tuesday, 19 February 2013 02:35

LA Music >> Between the Buried and Me

It's the last day of the Summer Slaughter tour and things are hectic in Anaheim.

Published in LA Music Scene
Tuesday, 24 April 2012 03:40

Music Review >> Shane Alexander

I love happy accidents, but the older I get, I realize they aren’t accidents. They are the experiences destined to take us from one place to the next.

Published in Archived Music Reviews
Monday, 27 February 2012 03:33

CAFÉ R&B

I would give anything to have lived in the times of Otis Redding, James Brown, Sam Cook, Young Aretha and Tina and others of their time. I’ve watched past television performances and they all radiate this sweaty, passionate essence behind their wails and screams. They also really knew how to MOVE. We live in a time where all artists are little to polished. There’s a lack of letting go in fear of the internet backlash that might surface post performance. Back then, Tina’s hair would whip while her raspy voice belted. Aretha wouldn’t let drops of sweat get in the way of her sexually driven vocals. Otis’ voice would crack and sweat stains would penetrate his three-piece suit…and it was brilliant.

Published in Archived Music Reviews

So it’s happened again. I super-fanned out this past Monday night at The Witzend in Venice. It was a lovely evening of acoustic music. Candles were lit, friends and lovers were piled up on cushions and others were dining but still attentive. It was a mellow night of quiet guitars and sweet melodies. But come the end of the night, a man jumped onstage to shake up the room…he was a last minute special guest and within 30 seconds I was waving my arms and hollering like I was in church. I couldn't help but think , “oh this is what I needed to hear tonight.” I love watching a performer that pulls your sense memory to that moment you were inspired by music for the first time. This was and is the captivating, Ultralove (“Mike Ultralove Wagner).

Published in Archived Music Reviews
Wednesday, 18 January 2012 02:09

THE BLUES, THE BLACK KEYS AND ME

Let it be known that I’m beyond obsessed with the Black Keys. Yeah, and so is everyone else…Why am I writing about them?

Published in Archived Music Reviews

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