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If you're nostalgic for retro TV game shows, The Los Angeles LGBT Center's popular The MisMatch Game spoofs the '70s CBS game show Match Game. Dennis Hensley once again presides over volunteer contestants from the audience, who try to match answers given by a panel of TV and Internet actors, including Jackie Beat, Sam Pancake, Julie Brown, Willam Belli and others impersonating a motley collection of celebrities like Bea Arthur, Lucille Ball, Elizabeth Taylor, Jack Nicholson and Melania Trump. Comment?
American Apparel, once touted as "the largest apparel manufacturer in North America," is pretty much over as a Los Angeles fashion institution. "They're going to be lining up the workers Monday and start a series of terminations," says ousted company founder Dov Charney, who has kept touch with many of his former employees. Comment?
What puts Los Angeles on the culinary map is the serious amount of creativity coursing through the veins of our chefs, and how our city celebrates so many different types of cuisines. While it's not unusual to see white chefs from around the U.S. cooking food from other cultures , we've recently noticed a number of L.A.-based chefs cooking food from other cultures while making their own ethnicity a sort of punchline: see White Boy Tacos and White Boy Pad Thai . Comment?
The holidays are basically here. And if you're like me, you're still scrambling to figure out what to get for that hard-to-please food-loving parent or friend. Comment?
For bands and music video directors, L.A. is a seemingly limitless visual playground. Mountains and beaches; grimy urban landscapes and tranquil parks; ornate, historic theaters and sleazy strip clubs - our sprawling city contains multitudes, and from the classic days of early MTV to the YouTube era, recording artists and their visual collaborators have taken full advantage. Comment?
It began with a handful of friends. In 1986, San Franciscans Larry Harvey and Jerry James gathered those nearest and dearest to their hearts at Baker Beach to celebrate the summer solstice by burning a wooden effigy as an act of radical self expression. Comment?
This week, artists stage a daytime variety show in a mystery theater, and an exhibit downtown features ambitious, quirky takes on the "exquisite corpse" concept. The endlessly enigmatic Guy de Cointet was old-school L.A. artist Larry Bell's assistant. Comment?
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