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At the top of where the Angel’s Flight Trolley once deposited its riders (and hopefully will again one day), nestled between a pair of impressive skyscrapers, you’ll find the California Plaza and one of L.A.’s best kept secrets, the Water

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I love speaking to a kindred soul whose passions are

Forever Flamenco is back at the Fountain Theatre, which is

The intended purpose of this monthly column is to bring to the attention of cinema junkies those odd and typically genre defying films which may have slipped, justifiably or not, beneath the radar of even the most diehard film aficionados.

Americans should watch this film, especially those who pride themselves,

Whatever had you Sherlocked from Hello, one thing is not up for debate… we all want the duo back for a Season 5 go-round. It doesn't seem that long ago when we first welcomed the likes of Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin

There are plenty o' football games variety and specials to

The Fall: Season 2, on NETFLIX, got more personal and crossed

With the return of Sherlock premiering on New Year’s Day, this past week, BBC Worldwide and Fathom Events will present the Season 4 finale in movie theaters across North America for two nights only:  Monday, January 16 and Wednesday, January

There are plenty o' football games variety and specials to

When the topic turns to the worst series ever, one

Wake up you princes of Westeros. Stay alert you Mother

I love speaking to a kindred soul whose passions are rooted in another field different from mine. It always fascinates me to hear them tell of their pursuit of artistic achievement using a vocabulary so utterly dissimilar from my own

If you're not excited about the return of Matthew Rhys

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There were Poirots before him. There will be Poirots to

Let’s say you’re a hotshot movie producer and I’m this schlub of a writer who thinks he’s bringing the next blockbuster to our meeting. I’m pitching you A Nightmare on Pennsylvania Avenue, which has Freddie Kruger invading the nation’s capitol. Of

Back in the days of the Soviet Union, there were

Wait, don’t put away the Christmas decorations just yet. I’ve

Round One has begun, a first clang! in the bruising

You need valleys. Without valleys how can you appreciate the heights of hills? For me 2016 was a valley, 2014 and 2015 both hills. That’s not to say 2016 lacked stand-out productions and performances, however, they were fewer and farther between. So without much

For those who have not cultivated an appreciation for the

Irish playwright Martin McDonagh speaks fluent Grand Guinol, but speaks

The Tragedy of JFK (as told by Wm. Shakespeare) is

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