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Monthly Art Column for Feb. 24, 2016
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Monthly Art Column for Feb. 24, 2016

By Jeff Davis The Culver City Arts District, http://culvercityartsdistrict.com , has about 30+ galleries; the majority of which are concentrated along La Cienega Blvd between Venice and Washington Boulevards and on Washington between Helms and Fairfax. Parking along the main streets is fairly easy unless it’s a Friday or Saturday opening night, in which case you’ll…

Monthly Art Column
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Monthly Art Column

By Jeff Davis There are tons of art galleries sprinkled across the Coachella Valley, the majority of which are located in Palm Springs and Palm Desert. Along El Paseo Drive in Palm Desert you can barely walk 25 feet without tripping over another one; there are high-end galleries such as Imago, Melissa Morgan, or Heather…

Descanso Gardens’ ‘Farewell, Eden’
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Descanso Gardens’ ‘Farewell, Eden’

First Art Exhibit of 2016 Offers New View of the Natural World The Sturt Haaga Gallery at Descanso Gardens will offer a new view of the natural world when it presents “Farewell, Eden,” an exhibition opening to the public Jan. 19, 2016. The exhibit is presented in collaboration with “Urbanature” at the Alyce de Roulet Williamson…

‘Tis the Season for ‘The Nutcracker’
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‘Tis the Season for ‘The Nutcracker’

Inland Pacific Ballet Gearing Up for Holiday Classic Arcadia-Born Dancer to Perform at Arcadia High First Time Since 1980 By Courtney Blackburn The tall red curtains at the Arcadia Performing Arts Center will soon part to usher in a holiday classic: The Nutcracker, performed by critically acclaimed Inland Pacific Ballet. This year, IPB is bringing…

‘The Little Match Girl’: Remember the Lost
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‘The Little Match Girl’: Remember the Lost

Creative Ballet Shows Darker Beauty of the Holiday Season Playing in the last weeks of November during a still-sunny California winter, Pacific Ballet Dance Theatre’s The Little Match Girl is a departure from the usual holiday fare of A Christmas Carol or The Nutcracker. The El Portal Theatre in North Hollywood hosted this two-night only…

Halloween Window Painting Contest Results
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Halloween Window Painting Contest Results

By Jane Zamanzadeh, Sierra Madre Civic Club Publicity Co-Chair As you stroll through downtown Sierra Madre these days, you’ll be treated to some very creative Halloween window decorations courtesy of the youthful artists who participated in the Halloween window painting contest sponsored and underwritten by the Sierra Madre Civic Club. Over two hundred eighty painters…

Istanbul – A Culinary Experience
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Istanbul – A Culinary Experience

Story and Photos by Jennifer Schlueter Istanbul – the city on two continents, where religious tradition and ancient history clash with a modern way of life like nowhere else; where lots of Turkish men (in a 65:35 ratio to women, as I observed), women and girls with burkas, but also hand-holding Muslim couples dressed like…

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