The Bulgarian childhood of sisters Milena and Desi Bogdanova played out like scenes from the movie “My Big Fat Greek Wedding.” Everyone knew each other’s every move, the door to the house was open to all, and there was always something cooking in the oven.
The Hermosa Arts Foundation is sponsoring “Take Two,” the second annual 10-minute play festival brought together under the production of Gerry Athas-Vazquez.
Serge buys a painting, but is it “Art”?
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder and no one understands this more than the cast of “Art” which begins its debut at The Hermosa Beach Playhouse Friday night.
A remix has hit the South Bay. Cover songs from Anita Baker, Tracy Chapman and Snoop Dog flow together in perfect harmony like it was meant to be.
It started off like any other Thursday.
Two weeks ago, Mira Costa senior Zeena Bhakta awoke at 6 a.m., grabbed breakfast and her books, and headed to school.
She always wears a purple bracelet etched with the word “hope.” Her cell phone case is purple.
Paintings hung sporadically on the walls of the art studio. Worn oriental rugs covered wood plank floors.
“bento box – John T. Cantu solo show — to Japan with love”
Children crowded around for his autograph and adults lined up to take his picture.
A hundred-ton fishing boat was washed a mile inland, vehicles were piled on top of each other, schools were destroyed, houses were washed away and buildings had collapsed.