Entertainment

A Devilish Caper
 February 11, 2016  Bondo Wyszpolski

A Devilish Caper

Good vs. Evil, an alcoholic Jesus, and lots more in Angelo Masino’s world premiere drama Looking to cast his new play, “The War in Heaven,”…

“A War” – and collateral damage [MOVIE REVIEW]
 February 11, 2016  Neely Swanson

“A War” – and collateral damage [MOVIE REVIEW]

“A War,” the Oscar nominated Danish film written and directed by Tobias Lindholm, captures not just the horror of war but also the collateral damage…

“The Club” – not one you’d want to join [MOVIE REVIEW]
 February 9, 2016  Neely Swanson

“The Club” – not one you’d want to join [MOVIE REVIEW]

“The Club,” Pablo Larrain’s darkly directed film from Chile featuring a taut original script by Guillermo Calderón, Daniel Villalobos and Larrain, is dark from the…

South Bay Customs hosts fest
 February 3, 2016  Eddie Solt

South Bay Customs hosts fest

Blowtorched food, rock n’ roll, and craft beer at Crude Craft by Ed Solt Saturday night, everything crude and crafty will be celebrated at South…

Aerospace Players present “Annie Get Your Gun”
 January 28, 2016  Bondo Wyszpolski

Aerospace Players present “Annie Get Your Gun”

The Aerospace Players present “Annie Get Your Gun” at the James Armstrong Theatre They can put a man on the Moon, but can they act?…

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Victor Hugo Zayas at the Museum of Latin American Art

Victor Hugo Zayas: The River Paintings by Bondo Wyszpolski There is, quite simply, an oceanic monumentality in the work of Victor Hugo Zayas, a palpable ambition and courageousness, coupled with a thoughtful strength and humanity. His canvases catch the essence of his subjects, and they speak to our soul. I don’t exaggerate. Zayas is a […]

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In Hollywood, It’s Eat or Be Eaten

In Hollywood, It’s Eat or Be Eaten

Surf City Theatre presents “Cannibals” through Jan. 31 If a starring role in a play or film is up for grabs, even your best friend may stab you in the back. A few years ago, R. J. Colleary wrote a play called “Cannibals” about a group of middle-aged women who offer moral support and encouragement […]

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MUSIC PREVIEW – Nitty gritty dirt man

The legendary John McEuen plays Live at the Lounge In 2009, musician John McEuen produced comedian Steve Martin’s “The Crow: New Songs for a Five-String Banjo,” a record that earned the two men a Grammy for Best Bluegrass Album. Students of Garden Grove High School and retail clerks at Disneyland in the 1960s, they shared […]

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