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Things To Do This Week in Los Angeles (2-20-2024 to 2-23-2024)

From February 20-23 in Los Angeles, you'll find Comedy Pole at Dynasty Typewriter, a Wellness Wednesday with Self-Help Graphics, a free film screening by Metro Art, Zine Night at The Petersen, Ballots and Beer at Angel City Brewery, a fresh panel discussi

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Take It Easy…No One ‘Hates' Taylor Swift

I find myself sitting at my keyboard – stunned and incredulous – that I am writing about the over-marketed pop star Taylor Swift. Strange times, indeed, as they say. But the controversy brewing around Swift (or her manufactured persona) is starting to

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Things To Do This Week in Los Angeles (1-16-2024 to 1-19-2024)

From January 16-19 in L.A., you'll find free botanical garden Tuesdays, Kate Berlant's one-woman show at the Pasadena Playhouse, new exhibitions at L.A. Louver, Locals' Night at the Santa Monica Pier, All Space Considered at Griffith Observatory, the Cat

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Things To Do This Weekend in Los Angeles (1-5-2024 to 1-7-2024)

From January 5 to 7 in Los Angeles, you'll find a free Friday afternoon at Norton Simon Museum, a David Bowie's Birthday Roller Disco, the Oshogatsu Festival in Little Tokyo, The Everybody Experience in Venice, Hand Habits at Central Library, and more.

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A Big List of Things To Do This January in L.A. (2024)

New month. New year. Lots to do. This January 2024 in Los Angeles, you’ll find the Oshogatsu Festival in Little…

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Things To Do For New Year's Eve Weekend in L.A. (12-29-2023 to 12-31-2023)

As we close out the year that was, the list of New Year's Eve events around Los Angeles includes fireworks in Marina del Rey, a massive block party at Grand Park, Tomorrow! at the Bob Baker Marionette Theater, Soul Grain at Common Space, No Cover NYE at A

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Things To Do This Thanksgiving Weekend in L.A. (11-23-2023 to 11-26-2023)

This November 23-26 in Los Angeles, you'll find the 2023 Jazz at LACMA finale, the Nutcracker Suite, Holiday Road in Calabasas, the Hollywood Christmas Parade, the Los Feliz Holiday Market, Blitzen's Bar, Santa's Grand Arrival, and more.

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Things To Do This Week in Los Angeles (11-6-2023 to 11-10-2023)

This week in Los Angeles, from November 6-10, you'll find the California Festival at Disney Concert Hall, a Literary Death Match in WeHo, Technotitlan at The Hammer, Astra Lumina at South Coast Botanic Garden, the Comedy Patio at Grand Central Market, The

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Things To Do This Weekend in L.A. (10-27-2023 to 10-29-2023)

From October 27-29 in L.A., check out Metro's "Celebrating Connections" at Historic Broadway Station, a Haunted Little Tokyo Block Party, the L.A. Archives Bazaar, Revenge Of's Comic Creators Block Party, Boonion Station at Union Station, Día y Noche de l

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Things To Do in Los Angeles This Week (10-2-2023 to 10-6-2023)

This October 2-6 in Los Angeles, catch a Sketch Party at Benny Boy, The Benson Movie Interruption at Dynasty Typewriter, free rides on Metro for Clean Air Day, Mr. Bones Pumpkin Patch in Culver City, Carved at Descanso Gardens, a Dumplings & Beer Fest in

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Things To Do This Weekend in L.A. (9-22-2023 to 9-24-2023)

From September 22-24 in Los Angeles, you'll find The Other Art Fair in Santa Monica, the L.A. Haunted Hayride in Griffith Park, a Hispanic Heritage Festival in Inglewood, San Pedro Festival of the Arts, an opera simulcast on the Santa Monica Pier, Illumin

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Things To Do in Los Angeles This Week (9-18-2023 to 9-22-2023)

This September 18-22 in L.A., you'll find IRL dating at The Montalbán, a sketch party at Benny Boy, a secret comedy headliner at Roguelike Tavern, the 2023 premier of the L.A. Haunted Hayride, The Other Art Fair in Santa Monica, a Musical Whistling compet

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Things To Do This Weekend in L.A. (9-15-2023 to 9-17-2023)

This weekend in L.A., from September 15-17, you'll find an El Grito celebration in DTLA, a Latino Heritage Parade and Festival in Pasadena, new art exhibitions at Beyond the Streets, a block party in Canoga Park, a new John Waters exhibition at The Academ

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Things To Do This Weekend in L.A. (9-8-2023 to 9-10-2023)

For September 8-10 in Los Angeles, you'll find a Train Festival at Union Station, Metro's Regional Connector Celebration in Little Tokyo, a new classical theater production at The Getty Villa, a Fireworks Finale at The Bowl, the return of Echo Park Rising

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Things To Do This Labor Day Weekend in L.A. (9-1-2023 to 9-4-2023)

For September 1 to 4 in L.A., you'll find a Festival of Philippine Arts & Culture, a new Jenny Holzer exhibition, KCRW Summer Nights at Descanso Gardens, the West Adams Jazz & Musical Festival, Americana in the Park in Santa Monica, a Malibu Chili Cookoff

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Things To Do in Los Angeles This Week (8-28-2023 to 9-1-2023)

From August 28 to September 1 in L.A., you'll find music trivia at The Offbeat, another edition of Culture Break LA, the Cinecon Classic Film Festival, a new exhibition by Jenny Holzer, KCRW Summer Nights at Descanso Gardens, Return of the Jedi at The Bow

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Things To Do This Weekend in L.A. (8-25-2023 to 8-27-2023)

For August 25-27 in L.A, you'll find KCRW Summer Nights in Chinatown, the summer finale of Grand Performances, the Leimert Park Jazz Festival, Japan House LA's 5th anniversary, and end of summer bash at One Colorado, a Prosperity Market pop-up, and more.

Politics | The Hall of Idiots

It Begins: One Actress Tells Her Followers to Start Masking Again

 With COVID cases suddenly making a comeback, the old habits of the pandemic, such as people telling others what to do, are creeping back more than three years later.

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

Things To Do in Los Angeles This Week (8-21-2023 to 8-25-2023)

For August 21-25 in Los Angeles, you'll find Bad Dates at Dynasty Typewriter, Culture Break LA in Little Tokyo, the summer finale of the Skirball concert series, a Grand Central Market Night Market, Fourth Fridays in Long Beach, Friend of the Fest, and mo

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

Things To Do This Weekend in L.A. (8-18-2023 to 8-20-2023)

August 18-20 in Los Angeles: The summer finale at Dance DTLA, a new free concert series in Santa Monica, an 818 Day celebration at the Westfield Topanga, a pair of KCRW Summer Nights events, CicLAvia in K-Town and Hollywood, Sunday Sessions at Grand Park,

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Things To Do in Los Angeles This Week (8-14-2023 to 8-18-2023)

From August 14-18 in Los Angeles, you'll find the Art Renzei Art Festival in Long Beach, Astronomy on Tap in Pasadena, Popular Kids Club two-year anniversary show, All Space Considered at Griffith Observatory, the Dance DTLA summer finale, a fireworks spe

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Things To Do This Weekend in L.A. (8-11-2023 to 8-13-2023)

This August 11-13 in Los Angeles, check out a community bike ride at CAAM, the LA Art Book Fair, a Grease sing-along at Ovation, the Natsumatsuri Family Festival, KCRW Summer Nights in Santa Monica, a Concert in the Dome at Mt. Wilson, free screenings at

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Things To Do This Weekend in L.A. (8-4-2023 to 8-6-2023)

This August 4-6 in Los Angeles, you'll find Summer Nights at the Tar Pits, a re-opening celebration at CAAM, CatCon, Glendale Arts Summer Soiree, a Cinespia screening at Hollywood Forever, Long Beach Pride, Bridgefest LA, Head in the Clouds Festival, and

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Things To Do This Weekend in L.A. (7-21-2023 to 7-23-2023)

This July 21-23 in Los Angeles, you can check out Grand Central Night Market, a 90s sing-along at LA Plaza, an Afro Funke celebration at Grand Performances, the L.A. River Fest, Off the 405 at The Getty, Silents Under the Stars at King Gillette Ranch, and

News | News

Another Woke Reboot Dies a Horrible Death

We’ve long been critical of Hollywood’s lack of fresh, new ideas and its apparent fascination with rebooting past films or giving us a sequel decades later. Sadly, merely paying homage to the original...

Politics | Hollywood Propaganda

IMDb Is Rigging Reviews for ‘The Little Mermaid’

The box office numbers and audience reviews for “woke” movies have been tanking—and efforts to negate that problem are clearly part of the Hollywood machine’s…

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

Things To Do This Memorial Day Weekend in L.A. (5-26-2023 to 5-29-2023)

From May 27-30 in Los Angeles, you'll find a community bike tour by Metro Arts, the Fleet Week Expo in San Pedro, Fiesta Hermosa in Hermosa Beach, L.A. Zine Fest in Long Beach, a new Keith Haring exhibit at The Broad, the 36th Annual JazzReggae Fest at UC

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Things To Do This Weekend in L.A. (5-19-2023 to 5-21-2023)

For May 19-21 in Los Angeles, you'll find Salsa Night at Ivy Station, Beach Streets and LB Proud! Fest in Long Beach, CicLAmini in Watts, Museums of the Arroyo Day, Pick Pico Festival, NHM's Bug Fair, a Macabre Masquerade, Off the 405 at The Get

Science & Technology | Science & Technology

‘Of course it’s disturbing’: will AI change Hollywood forever?

With the rise of AI-led services to write, voice and provide effects, industry experts express concern over the future

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

Things To Do in L.A. This Week (5-15-2023 to 5-19-2023)

This week in Los Angeles, from May 15-19, you'll find Astronomy on Tap in Pasadena, F$@% This Month at Dynasty Typewriter, free rides for Metro's Bike Day, Wellness Wednesday at Latinx Plants, The Paramount Showcase in Hollywood, Odd Nights at the Autry,

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Things To Do This Mother's Day Weekend in L.A. (5-12-2023 to 5-14-2023)

For May 12-14 in Los Angeles, you'll find Community & Unity People’s Kite Festival at L.A. State Historic Park, a vinyl record fair at The Music Center, RuPaul's DragCon at the Convention Center, a Games of Thrones Live Concert at The Bowl, LA Opera on th

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Things To Do in Los Angeles This Week (5-1-2023 to 5-5-2023)

From May 1-5 in L.A., check out SOAR at the South Coast Botanic Garden, the final Pop-Up Magazine at Ace, a Cinco de Mayo Mercado in San Gabriel, May the 4th Be With You at Scum & Villainy, First Fridays at NHM, the L.A. County Fair, a Scent Fair at the C

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Things To Do in Los Angeles This Week (4-24-2023 to 4-28-2023)

For April 24-28 in Los Angeles, catch a new comedy show in East Hollywood, a Songwriters exhibit at The GRAMMY Museum, a Chargers draft party, an Obama musical parody, a new improv show at The Groundlings, live jazz at LACMA, a spring party at Big Bar, an

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

Things To Do in Los Angeles This Week (4-17-2023 to 4-21-2023)

For this April 17-21 in Los Angeles, you'll find a D&D Club meetup at El Cid, the Venice Family Clinic Art Walk, Goth Nite at Angel City Brewery, a 420 Stash & Bash, the Poetry Brothel, a Grunion Fish-tival, Odd Nights at The Autry, and more.

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Things To Do This Weekend in L.A. (4-14-2023 to 4-16-2023)

For April 14-16 in Los Angles, check out a Spring Fling Night Market, the World of Barbie, the Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach, a Teen Takeover at UPAM, Grand Park Easy Mornings, CicLAvia in MidCity, the Renaissance Pleasure Faire, Skirball's Puppet Festiv

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Things To Do in Los Angeles This Week (4-10-2023 to 4-14-2023)

This April 10-14 in Los Angeles, you'll find Astronomy on Tap in Old Pasadena, a live reading of Jennifer's Body at The Wallis, free Tuesdays at LACMA and The Autry, Netflix is a Joke Radio, The Comedy Basement, the Acura Grand Prix of Long Beac

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Things To Do in Los Angeles This Week (4-3-2023 to 4-7-2023)

For April 3 to 7 in Los Angeles, you'll find new offerings at the South Coast Botanic Garden and California Science Museum, movie night at Angel City Brewery, First Wednesdays at the Aquarium of the Pacific, first Thursdays in Westwood and San Pedro, and

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Things To Do in L.A. This Week (3-27-2023 to 3-31-2023)

This March 27-31 in Los Angeles, check out Reel to Reel at The GRAMMY Museum, SpringTopia in Woodland Hills, The Other Art Fair in Santa Monica, PaleyFest at the Dolby Theatre, Stand Up for Pups, and more.

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Things To Do This Weekend in L.A. (3-24-2023 to 3-26-2023)

For March 24-26 in Los Angeles, catch FEMcore at The Corbin Bowl, new exhibitions at Torrance Museum of Art and the Vincent Price Art Museum, Vegan Street Fair, Cherry Blossom celebrations at Brand Art Park and in Torrance, César Chávez Family Day at LA P

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Things To Do in Los Angeles This Week (3-20-2023 to 3-24-2023)

This week in Los Angeles, from March 20-24, you'll find College Night at the Getty Villa, Goth Nite at Angel City Brewery, Outfest Fusion Film Festival, The Moth StorySLAM on the Westside, a new pizza spot in Silver Lake, and more. Enjoy your week to come

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Things To Do This Weekend in L.A. (3-10-2023 to 3-12-2023)

This March 10-12 in Los Angeles, you'll find ArtNight in Pasadena, a Free Family Day at Weisman Museum, a St. Patrick’s Day Parade in Hermosa Beach, a KCHUNG pop-up at MOCA, Festival of The Kite in Redondo, Festival de la Primavera at LA Plaza, a Women Ar

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

Things To Do in Los Angeles This Week (3-6-2023 to 3-10-2023)

This March 6-10 in Los Angeles, you'll find a new discussion event from Zócalo, the Silent Book Club of Death, Oscar Week at The Academy Museum, Voices of the City at the Autry, ArtNight in Pasadena, and more.

Miscellaneous | Los Angeles Stuff

10 Facts About the Hollywood Sign

When developers put up a larger-than-life advertisement for their new L.A. housing development in 1923, they had no idea it would become one of the most iconic landmarks of all time.

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Things To Do in L.A. This Week (2-27-2023 to 3-3-2023)

This February 27 to March 3, catch see Directors Close-Up at The Wallis, learn about The Lady and the Octopus at AoP, catch the Groundlings 30th Anniversary of Cookin’ with GAS, hit up late night at Skirball, check out First Fridays at NHM, and more

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

Things To Do This Weekend in L.A. [2-24-2023 to 2-26-2023]

This February 24-26 in Los Angeles, check out the USC Comedy Festival, new works at the Fisher Museum, a Black History Month celebration in Santa Monica, MOLAA's Afro-Latinx Festival, Prosperity Market at CAAM, CicLAvia in The Valley, a zine-making a

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Things To Do in Los Angeles This Week (2-6-2023 to 2-10-2023)

From February 6-10 in Los Angeles, you'll find Chuck D in conversation, Netflix Is A Joke at Dynasty Typrewriter, Lucha VaVOOM's Pasión de Fuego, a KCRW Open House Dance Party at CAAM, the California Antiquarian Book Fair, Flux screenings at The Hammer, a

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

A Big List of Things To Do This February in L.A.

This February in L.A you'll find the SoCal Museums Free-For-All, the L.A. Art Show, Lovers Rock at Grand Park, Bob Baker Day, CicLAvia in The Valley, a KCRW dance party at CAAM, the Chinese New Year Festival at The Huntington, a celebration of life for P-

Politics | Blue State/City Life

LAPD Stops Potential Mass Casualty Shooting in Hollywood, Man in High-Rise Had Rifles Pointed Down at Park

Good job by the LAPD. This could have turned into another tragedy.

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

Things To Do This Weekend in L.A. (2-3-2023 to 2-5-2023)

This February 3-5 in Los Angeles, check out First Fridays at NHM, a Celebration of Life for P-22, Chinese New Year at The Huntington, the SoCal Museums Free-For-All, a Puppy Bowl Rally, Listening By The Moonrise, and more.

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

Things To Do in Los Angeles This Week (1-30-2023 to 2-3-2023)

These next five days in Los Angeles, from January 30 to February 3, catch Designing with Disaster at Japan House LA, new exhibitions at Hauser & Wirth, Try/Step/Trip at The Wallis, First Thursdays in Westwood, First Fridays at Natural History Museum, the

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

Things To Do This Weekend in L.A. (1-27-2023 to 1-29-2023)

From January 27-29 in L.A., catch free admission at USC Pacific Asia Museum, the Golden Dragon Parade in Chinatown, Art Collector Starter Kit at Corey Helford Gallery, Lunar New Year at Santa Monica Place, a free flea at Common Space Brewery, Happy Birthd

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

Things To Do in Los Angeles This Week (1-23-2023 to 1-27-2023)

From January 23-27 in Los Angeles, you'll find an underground jazz session, new exhibitions at L.A. Louver, Burns Night pub trivia at The Chap, a special discussion panel on space via LAist Studios, Fourth Fridays in Long Beach, the Girls of the Golden We

Entertainment | Movies & Other Stuff

Why Quentin Tarantino Says He Wants to Retire

Quentin Tarantino recently announced his impending retirement as a filmmaker. Here are the reasons behind the famed director's decision.

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

Things To Do This MLK Weekend in L.A. (1-13-2023 to 1-16-2023)

This January 13-16 in Los Angeles, check out Future Without Fear, an Asian American Expo, The Circus at Bob Baker Marionette Theater, a new Simone Forti exhibition at MOCA, the SoCal Slack Key Festival, King Day at CAAM, and more.

Politics | Hollywood Propaganda

Insider Report Says Woke Hollywood is Killing Art

Hollywood's “old boys club is dead. But a new one—with its own litmus tests and landmines—is rapidly replacing it."

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

Things To Do This Weekend in L.A. (1-6-2023 to 1-8-2023)

This January 6-8 in Los Angeles, check out The Last Improv at Dynasty Typewriter, Afro Bowie at Teragram, Lunar New Year at L.A. Zoo Lights, the Oshogatsu Family Festival at JANM, the Yoga Expo in Pasadena, new exhibitions at Thinkspace, and more.

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

A Big List of Things To Do This January in L.A.

Check out our rundown below for a bevy of inspired ideas, including Lunar New Year's fests, new art exhibitions, the Pacific Opera Project, an L.A. River walk, MLK Day celebrations, Dance Camera West, Da Poetry Lounge, NatGeo Live, and more.

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

Things To Do for New Year's Eve Weekend in L.A. (12-30-2022 to 1-1-2023)

A fun list of ideas for how to spend New Year's Eve weekend in Los Angeles as 2022 becomes 2023.

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

Things To Do in Los Angeles This Week (12-26-2022 to 12-30-2022)

This week in L.A., from Dec 26-30, you'll find opening day at Santa Anita, a free day at the Japanese American National Museum, a 90s/2000s night at the Tiki No, 70mm films at The Aero, a unique walking tour in Pasadena, and more.

News | The News

Hollywood Lost More Than $500 Billion in Market Value in 2022

For Hollywood, 2022 was truly an annus horribilis.Major studios, streamers, cable providers, and other media giants lost a combined $542 billion in market value in 2022, with left-wing studios the Walt Disney Co., Netflix, and Comcast accounting for the b

Politics | Other Politics

Mayor Bass Rescinds Garcetti's Final Executive Order to Light Hollywood Sign - MyNewsLA.com

Mayor Karen Bass rescinded former Mayor Eric Garcetti’s final executive directive that would have created a program to illuminate the Hollywood sign, a representative for Bass confirmed Friday. The Los Angeles Times first reported that Bass shut down the

Politics | Hollywood Propaganda

First Annual Childrens Emmy Awards Dominated by LGBTQ: We Want ‘Next Generation of LGBTQ+ Kids to See Themselves’

The first annual Children's & Family Emmy Awards took place over the weekend in Los Angeles to honor TV programming geared towards children up to the age of 15. But the ceremony ended up being dominated by LGBTQ messaging and talent, including co-host JoJ

Miscellaneous | Interesting Links

11 Fascinating Facts About Ray Harryhausen

Here are 11 things everyone should know about the man Kermit the Frog called “one of the world’s great manipulators.”

Entertainment | Celebrities!

Jay Leno suffers "serious burns" in gasoline fire

On Monday, the former "Tonight Show" host confirmed reports of a recent medical emergency, saying he suffered "serious burns" from a gasoline fire.

Politics | Hollywood Propaganda

David Zucker: Why Can’t Hollywood Take a Joke Anymore?

Writer, director, and producer David Zucker—best-known for the comedy classic “Airplane!” and the horror parody “Scary Movie” franchise—always wanted to make…

History | History

13 Surprising Facts About Old Hollywood

Behind all that Old Hollywood glamour are plenty of feuds, some probably illegal child labor practices, and tons of asbestos.

Miscellaneous | Interesting Links!

Angela Lansbury’s Love for and Stability in Life

Angela Lansbury has died. Her death brings up one of those strange feelings: When someone lives to 96 years old and has managed to have such a wonderfully…

History | History

Medieval Sieges: Hollywood vs. Reality (6 Examples)

Here are 6 differences between the reality of medieval sieges and how Hollywood depicts them.

Politics | Hollywood Propaganda

Hollywood Can Learn About the Failure of Woke Messaging From a Legendary Low-Budget Exploitation Master

Failing at woke messaging in titles means it may be time for the big-time studios to listen to a low-rent legend.

History | History

Remembering Queen Elizabeth's Royal Visit to Los Angeles

In 1983, Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip went on a 10-day tour to California, where the Queen was "thrilled" to meet Ronald Reagan

Politics | The Hall of Idiots

'Shades of Nixon': Hollywood Celebrities Cheer as FBI Raids Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago

Far-left Hollywood celebrities openly cheered news that the FBI raided former President Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago home on Monday, hoping it would lead to an arrest.

Entertainment | Entertainment

'Godfather' Actor James Caan Was Tough On And Off-Screen

James Caan projected toughness no matter the genre, but his finest moments may have been off-screen.

Entertainment | Entertainment

7 Amazing Roles That James Caan Rejected

‘The Godfather’ star James Caan was just as famous for the roles he didn’t play as the ones he did.

Entertainment | Entertainment!

Hollywood failed Bruce Willis

Many filmmakers now say they were “concerned” for years about his health.

Politics | Liberal Hypocrisy

Oscars Gift Bags To Climate Crusader Hypocrites Are Worth Over $100k, Include Trips to Scottish Castle

Celebrities attending Sunday's Academy Awards ceremony will receive gift bags worth $100k, including trips to a castle in Scotland -- proving yet again the hollowness of the film industry's climate activism.

Entertainment | Entertainment News!

Has There Ever Been a Tie at the Oscars?

Split decisions happen. They're just not a common occurrence. Here are six times they happened at the Oscars.

Politics | The Hall of Idiots

Hollywood Celebrities Voice Opposition to Canadian Pipelines Despite Rising Fuel Costs

Multiple actors and Hollywood celebrities, including Leonardo DiCaprio and Jane Fonda, have threatened to protest a new Canadian gas pipeline…

Architecture & Interior Design | Threatened History & Preservation

Viper Room Site To Become Home To 12-Story Mixed-Use High Rise Project

Viper Room Site To Become Home To 12-Story Mixed-Use Project With Memorabilia, Condos & Redesigned Music Venue

Entertainment | Entertainment

An Overlong, Emo Batman Bores With Allusions To White Privilege and Dismantling Systems

From the gritty 1970s era look to hints that our hero may suffer from some sort of psychosis, it seems fairly clear that writer/director Matt Reeves wants his Batman reboot to be viewed in the same vein as last year’s brilliant but polarizing “Joker.” The problem is, unlike the latter film, “The Batman” has no artistic courage. It allows mumbled references to “white privilege” and vague allusions to dismantling structures to stand in for a real point of view.

Politics | Liberal Hypocrisy

SAG Awards: Hollywood Celebrities Go Maskless While LAUSD Students Still Forced to Mask Up

Hollywood celebrities went completely maskless for the SAG Awards on Sunday at the same time that thousands of children across Los Angeles County are still being forced to wear masks indoors in school.

Entertainment | Entertainment News!

Sally Kellerman, Hot Lips Houlihan in ‘M*A*S*H,’ Dies at 84

Sally Kellerman, the husky-voiced actress known for her Oscar-nominated portrayal of U.S. Army Maj. Margaret "Hot Lips" Houlihan in Robert Altman's M*A*S*H, has died. She was 84.

Politics | Hollywood Propaganda

Amy Schumer, Regina Hall, And Wanda Sykes Tapped To Host 2022 Oscars

The 2022 Academy Awards will have hosts for the first time in three years. The last person to host the show was Jimmy Kimmel in 2018.

News | News

PODCAST: Wouldn't It Be Nice If We Had a Natural Immunity to Hillary Clinton?

Stunningly, two-time-losing Democrat presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is floating rumors about a third run for the presidency. But as the country is finally waking up to the fact that the political power players and fascist-Left cannot be trusted wi

News | News

Hollywood, Fascist-Left Elites Pouring Money into Out-of-State Midterm Elections

We hear it from the campaign trail every election cycle, how special interest and “dark money” taints the political process, and how our electoral system is desperately in need of fiduciary reforms. The Left vomits invective about the deep pockets on

Entertainment | Entertainment

Sidney Poitier, Oscar-winning actor and Hollywood's first Black movie star, dies at 94 - CNN

Sidney Poitier, whose elegant bearing and principled onscreen characters made him Hollywood's first Black movie star and the first Black man to win the best actor Oscar, has died. He was 94.

News | News

The Arrogant Bully-Culture of The View’s Has-Been Glitterati

I don’t usually entertain any thought at all about the ABC fascist cluck-a-thon otherwise known as The View, but a recent “hardship they’re having in finding a conservative to tolerate their daily abuse spotlights a very serious malady in contempora

Entertainment | Entertainment

Dean Stockwell Dies: ‘Quantum Leap’ Star Was 85

Former Quantum Leap star Dean Stockwell, an Oscar- and Emmy-nominated actor, passed away in the early morning of November 7 at age 85.

Entertainment | Movies & Television

The Academy Museum ignores Hollywood’s Jewish founders – The Forward

The new Academy Museum of Motion Pictures in Los Angeles neglects Hollywood's Jewish founders

Entertainment | Entertainment News!

Jane Powell Dies: Hollywood Golden Age Actress & ‘Royal Wedding’ Star Was 92

Jane Powell, who danced with Fred Astaire in 'Royal Wedding' and was one of seven brides for seven brothers in the classic 1954 film musical, has died

Books | Books

Quentin Tarantino's Examination Of Hollywood Legends Is Now A Book

Famed director Quentin Tarantino entertains and offers some surprisingly intimate and unguarded commentary on his love of movies.

Entertainment | Entertainment News!

William Smith dead at 88 as wife confirms passing of actor who starred with Clint Eastwood in Any Which Way You Can

ICONIC actor William Smith, who tussled with Clint Eastwood in the movies, has died at the age of 88.His wife, Joanne Cervelli Smith, confirmed that t

Entertainment | Entertainment News!

Ned Beatty of 'Deliverance' and 'Superman' dies at 83

Actor Ned Beatty, star of film and stage, has died at the age of 83. "Ned passed away from natural causes Sunday morning, surrounded by his family and loved ones," Shelter Entertainment Group Talent Manager Deborah Miller told CNN in an email.

Politics | Hollywood Propaganda

Hollywood Is Down With The Clowns, Produces 127 Woke TV Show Episodes Promoting BLM, Systemic Racism, and Defund the Police

Another Communist Goal Achieved
Goal number 21 of the 1963 communist goals is, “Gain control of key positions in radio, TV, and motion pictures.” Well done, komrades....

Entertainment | Entertainment News!

Actor Norman Lloyd, who worked with Hitchcock, Chaplin, starred in 'St. Elsewhere,' dies at 106 in Los Angeles

Norman Lloyd, an actor who worked with Charlie Chaplin and Alfred Hitchcock, starred on "St. Elsewhere" and continued to work past 100, has died at 106, according to published reports.

Miscellaneous | The Hometown

Suitors Line Up to Operate ArcLight Hollywod, Cinerama Dome

Marcus Theatres CEO Greg Marcus told investors that some ArcLight Hollywood and Pacific Theatres locations are too productive to stay dark.

News | News

Los Angeles is Re-Opening Fast!: COVID-19 Updates: Reopenings, Outdoor Happenings

Here at DoLA, we want to keep you as updated as possible on the latest surrounding re-openings, new social-distancing safe events, testing sites, event cancellations, and regulations set in place by the city of Los Angeles and the state of California to s

Politics | BLM

#OscarsSoWoke Bludgeoned Viewers With BLM Propaganda

From the beginning until the end, the 93rd Annual Academy Awards was loaded with Black Lives Matter wokeism.

Miscellaneous | The Hometown


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Miscellaneous | The Hometown

The Night Jim Morrison and the Doors Saw ‘2001’ at the Cinerama Dome

The Doors’ Ray Manzarek was known as a skilled keyboardist and respected music producer (his credits include seminal albums by X), but he was also a knowledgeable movie buff, having graduated from UCLA’s film program and receiving his MFA in cinematograph

Miscellaneous | The Hometown

LA Neighborhood Deteriorates Into Violent Gang-Run Street Slum

A homeless encampment in northeast Los Angeles overrun by gang activity has prompted frustrated residents to beg apathetic city officials for help.

Miscellaneous | Los Angeles Stuff

The Arclight Closed: Why Losing This Tiny Theater Chain Means So Much | IndieWire

The 18 Arclight and Pacific theaters represented about 100 screens — and the belief that they were too important to fail.

Politics | Hollywood Propaganda

HOLLYWOOD: Director’s Guild Condemns Georgia Law As ‘Voter Suppression’

After several Hollywood A-listers threatened to boycott the state of Georgia over its voter integrity law, the Director's Guild of America (DGA) has sent a letter to Republican Gov. Brian Kemp condemning the law as an act of "voter suppression.&

Miscellaneous | Los Angeles Stuff

As LA Eases Restrictions, the City’s Beloved Dive Bars Begin to Plan for Reopening - Eater LA

As the county plans to move into the less restrictive orange tier, some of LA’s most popular drinking dens could once again serve alcohol on-site

Entertainment | HBO

Warner Bros. will return to theatrical releases in 2022, ending its HBO Max experiment

Warner Bros. has signed a new deal with Regal Cinemas owner Cineworld that will see the studio’s films return to theatrical exclusivity in 2022 — meaning that the current strategy of simultaneous HBO Max releases will end for films like The Batman.

Politics | The Hall of Idiots

Hollywood Celebrities Fawn Over Joe Biden During His Prime-Time Address: 'It Makes You Cry'

Hollywood celebrities fawned over President Joe Biden on Thursday night as he delivered his first prime-time presidential address to the nation. Celebs poured on the praise, from CBS Mom star Kristen Johnston who said Biden's "kicking ass" to director Rob

Politics | Woke Insanity

Leftist Lunatics at TCM Examine ‘Problematic’ Film Classics in New Series

Loving classic films can be a fraught pastime. Just consider the cultural firestorm over “Gone With the Wind” this past summer.

News | Israel & The Jewish Community

Want to Represent Orthodox Jews Accurately? Take This Test Before Production Begins - Jew In The City

In light of NBC’s recent pulling of the controversial episode after misrepresenting Orthodox Judaism in their show “Nurses,” Jew and the City has helped to create THE JOSEPHS TEST: A quick checklist for creators and viewers of media of Orthodox Jewish nar

News | News

After Trying To Cancel Gina Carano For Wrongthink, Disney Has Now Been Cancelled By Conservatives

One of the stars of the Disney-Plus Star Wars series The Mandalorian, has been canceled by Hollywood’s cancel culture elitists

Entertainment | Celebrities!

10 Dramatic Facts About Lana Turner for Her 100th Birthday

The real life of Lana Turner, the ice-blonde goddess of the silver screen, was as dramatic and tragic as that of any of the heroines she ever played onscreen.

Entertainment | Entertainment News!

Christopher Plummer Dead: Legendary 'Sound of Music' Star Dies at 91 - Variety

Christopher Plummer, the Shakespearean actor who starred in films including "The Sound of Music" and "Beginners," died on Friday. He was 91.

Entertainment | Celebrities!

Rare Vintage Photos Of Old Hollywood Stars At Home

These rare pictures of old Hollywood stars at home capture what their lives were like off set, from their hobbies to them baking and doing housekeeping tasks just like everyone else.

Miscellaneous | Los Angeles Stuff

Capitol Studios Shutters its Mastering Division - Variety

The mastering department of the famed Capitol Studios in Hollywood is being closed down. The recording studios will continue to operate.

Entertainment | Entertainment News!

Hollywood giant MGM puts itself up for sale at $5bn

Studio behind James Bond franchise looks to cash in on rocketing prices for content amid TV streaming boom

Politics | Hollywood Propaganda

HBO Bee Gees Doc Falsely Blames Death of Disco on 'Racism, Homophobia'

HBO's new documentary, The Bee Gees: How Can You Mend A Broken Heart, says the death of disco comes from racism and homophobia in America.

Miscellaneous | The Hometown

Show Your Love for Miceli’s, a Legendary Hollywood Eatery – NBC Los Angeles

The famous Italian restaurant, which also has a location in Universal City, just launched a fundraiser. Also? You can buy meals for local ICU workers.

Politics | Politics

Hollywood Blvd Struggling Amid Pandemic With 75% Of Businesses Boarded Up m

The popular tourist attraction Hollywood BLVD has been badly hurt by the COVID-19 pandemic, with 75% of the famous street's businesses now boarded up with

Miscellaneous | The Hometown

Miceli’s Italian Restaurant, Hollywood’s Oldest, Issues Funds Plea – Deadline

Miceli's Italian Restaurant, Hollywood's Oldest Pizzeria, Issues Fundraising Plea For Help

Politics | Politics

Stacey Abrams Recruits Hollywood Elites to Interfere in Georgia Runoffs

Georgians are set to go to the polls on January 5, 2021 to decide who they will have represent them

Politics | Leftists Are Insane

‘Juno’ Star Ellen Page: I’m A Transgender Man Named Elliot

"Juno" star Ellen Page announced a transgender identity, new pronouns, and a name change to "Elliot" on Tuesday, for which many congratulated the Academy

Politics | Hollywood Propaganda

Report: Stacey Abrams To Brief Hollywood Weekly On How To Help Win Georgia Races

Former gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams (D) will be engaging with Hollywood in a “weekly briefing” designed to inform agents, managers, and

Politics | Hollywood Propaganda

Hollywood blue-check craps all over Thanksgiving in epically insulting thread

"Your parents or relatives told you This Meal was more important than Other Meals"

Miscellaneous | Los Angeles Stuff

New drive-in opens in Hollywood in December

The Arena Cinelounge Drive-In opens Dec. 1 in a parking lot behind the Egyptian Theater.

News | News

California Exempts Hollywood Movie Studios From COVID Lockdowns, Restrictions

In the aftermath of getting caught red-handed violating his own travel and gathering restrictions, California Governor Gavin Newsom has exempted

Entertainment | Mad Men

John Hamm Looks Like Don Draper In New Film ‘No Sudden Move’

Jon Hamm channeled his inner Don Draper on the set of 'No Sudden Move,' where he looked just like his 'Man Men' character.

Entertainment | Entertainment News!

With Rhonda Fleming’s Death, These 19 Hitchcock Actors Remain | IndieWire

Fleming wasn't best known for her work with Hitchcock, but that role was key in her early career.

Politics | Hollywood Propaganda

SNL: Chris Rock and Jim Carrey mock Trump's COVID-19 diagnosis; push leftist agenda throughout SNL

Saturday Night Live mock President Trump's positive COVID-19 diagnosis with Chris Rock and Jim Carrey as Joe Biden recreating the presidential debate. Push politics and leftist agenda with RBG tribute and Megan Thee Stallion calls out Daniel Cameron for B

News | News

Senators Probe Netflix Partnership With Chinese Genocide Denier

Republicans senators are demanding Netflix explain its decision to adapt a Chinese science fiction trilogy written by a Xinjiang genocide denier into an original series.

Entertainment | Entertainment News!

TV Ratings: Emmys Hit All-Time Low for Second Straight Year | Hollywood Reporter

ABC's telecast is down by double digits from 2019, which set the previous floor for the awards.

Politics | Hollywood Propaganda

Here's What Hollywood Thinks of Trump Voters: 'Rage,' 'Hate,' Fascism'

Guest-hosting Jimmy Kimmel Live! on ABC on Friday night, Samuel L. Jackson aired what was supposed to be a satirical ad for President Trump's re-election, but instead of being funny--a comic's main job-- it was just a laundry list of Jackson&

Humor | Political Humor

Oscars To Have New Inclusion Rule To Ensure Absolutely No One Cares About Oscars [Satire]

The Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences has developed a new inclusion requirement for Oscar-nominated films. The Academy says it wants to make sure the winning films contain significant roles for groups who are under-represented in Hollywood, lik

Politics | BLM

Black Lives Matter Co-Founder Demands Hollywood Strike Over Jacob Blake Shooting

Patrisse Cullors, co-founder of Black Lives Matter, has called upon all of Hollywood to strike in response to the Jacob Blake shooting. Speaking with The Hollywood Reporter, Cullors said that Hollywood could be a tremendous help to the Black Lives Matter

Travel | Travel

Iconic Chateau Marmont Hotel To Become Members-Only Club

André Balazs may also convert his other properties around the world into members-only clubs in a post pandemic world.

Politics | Liberal Hypocrisy

‘F**k This B***h’: Celeb Hyenas Assail FLOTUS During RNC Speech

In what world would a speech given by a U.S. First Lady, where she expressed support for hard working mothers, showed charity for those afflicted by COVID-19, and expressed her desire for an end to racial strife in the country, be the subject of division

Politics | Hollywood Propaganda

‘Wonder Woman 1984’ Director: Trump Partly Inspired The Villain; It’s Not A Political Statement

The upcoming “Wonder Woman 1984” – a sequel to the 2017 smash hit – will be having a villain whose conception was apparently influenced by Orange Man Bad, though that was not meant as a political statement, the director claimed. According to P

Politics | Hollywood Propaganda

Netflix under fire over ‘Cuties,’ a film about 11-year-old girls and twerking

"...not remotely acceptable."

Politics | Corruption

REPORT: Rich And Famous Leaving Hollywood ‘In Droves’ Over Unrest, Taxes

A new report from the Daily Mail claims that the rich and famous, who make up much of Los Angeles, California’s, tax base, are fleeing the city “in droves” over the unrest, coronavirus-related restrictions, and municipal mismanagement th

Entertainment | Entertainment

Will a Comedy Ever Play at a Movie Theater Again?

Long before COVID-19 curve-flattening measures jammed the revolving doors of movie theaters across the United States, the fate of the laugh-out-loud comedy was unsettled. Three Vulture writers wonder: Is 2020 the end of the end of laughing out loud?

Entertainment | Entertainment News!

Brad Garrett Says Harassment by Ellen Is ‘Common Knowledge’

“Everybody Loves Raymond” alum Brad Garrett reacted to Ellen DeGeneres’s apology letter on Twitter regarding allegations that her show is a toxic environment. Garrett said DeGeneres’s mistreatment of people is “common knowledge.”

Entertainment | Entertainment News!

Olivia de Havilland, Oscar winner who starred in 'Gone With the Wind,' dies at 104

The actress — who in recent years sued Ryan Murphy over his show's depiction of her — won two Best Actress Oscars.

Entertainment | Entertainment News!

R.I.P. Cable TV: Why Hollywood Is Slowly Killing Its Biggest Moneymaker - Variety

As subscribers and viewers flee, media companies that once relied on cable TV are chasing streaming dollars instead.

Entertainment | Entertainment News!

Oscar-winning composer Ennio Morricone dead at 91

Ennio Morricone, one of the world's best-known and most prolific composers of film scores notably for spaghetti westerns, died in Rome on Monday at the age of 91. Tributes poured in for the man who composed the music for about 500 films, including hi