• RLn ENTERTAINMENT Calendar: Jan. 26, 2015

    Jan. 28 A Live Band Karaoke A live band will perform, starting at 8 p.m. Jan. 28, at Godmothers Saloon in San Pedro. Details: (310) 833-1589 Venue: Godmothers Saloon Location:  302 W. 7th St., San Pedro   Jan. 30 Read More

  • Murder on the Nile is Too Long, Too Wordy

    By John Farrell, Curtain Call Writer Don't be surprised if Murder on the Nile doesn't quite take you on a journey that you expect. Agatha Christie play, which opened at the Long Beach Playhouse Mainstage Theatre, is genuine Christie, but it shouldn't be confused with Death on the Nile, the 1978 film that fea

    Read More
  • Ten Hits Come to One Show

    By John Farrell, Curtain Call Writer There are at least 10 reasons why you should go see the 13th Annual Pick of the Vine at Little Fish Theatre. And, that's only if you count just the 10 plays selected from hundreds of submissions for: Little Fish's yearly salute to new plays and new playwrights. The 10 plays

    Read More
  • Blues Foundation Honors KJAZZ’s Gary Wagner

    By B. Noel Barr, Music Writer Dude On Jan. 23, the Blues Foundation is honoring 15 individuals and organizations who support and promote the blues. KJAZZ radio personality Gary Wagner will be one of recipients of the prestigious Keeping The Blues Alive Award at the International Blues Challenge in Memphis Tenn. The International

    Read More
  • The Art of Curating is on Display at the MOLAA

    By Andrea Serna, Arts and Culture Writer The Museum of Latin American Art is displaying Transformations, an exhibition that visually portrays the inspiring, life-changing stories of five community members. It showcases the museum’s permanent collection in a fresh and inspired way. The exhibition is the creation of the museum

    Read More
  • Artists React to Charlie Hebdo Massacre

    By Andrea Serna, Arts and Culture Writer In order for art to be worthwhile, it must have something to say. And, when you have something to say, you risk infuriating extremists or even the occasional thin-skinned observer. As the world reflects on the attack on the Charlie Hebdo headquarters, Harbor Area artists responded to the mass shooti

    Read More
  • Charmaine Clamor Lives Through Her Voice

    By Melina Paris Music Columnist On Jan. 16 and 17, the Torrance Cultural Arts Foundation presented a show with gifted vocalist Charmaine Clamor. She performed in the intimate dinner setting of the George Nakano Theater. Clamor appeared at this theater six years ago, so her performance was awaited with great anticipation. The speakeasy

    Read More
  • Long Beach Opera Becomes San Pedro Opera (Unofficially)

    [gallery ids="8607,8608,8609"] By John Farrell, Theater Writer They've been everywhere. One opera was performed in the water (and we mean in the water) at the Belmont Shore Olympic Pool, which has seen both international competition and day-time exercise swimmers. It was repeated. (That was Ricky Ian Gordon's Orpheus a

    Read More
  • Freda Rente’: The Compassionate Outsider

    [gallery ids="8600,8601,8602,8603,8604"] Melina Paris, Music Columnist San Pedro's own Freda Rente' (also known as Sista Sin) is celebrating the presence of the African American female presence in the punk-rock scene with a film-in-making called, Under the Underground, A Chocolate Girl’s Phobic Adventures within the Realm of Rock-

    Read More
  • Winter Reflects the Season of Cool at Warshaw

    By Andrea Serna, Arts and Culture Writer Maybe it’s just me, but the quality of exhibitions at Warschaw/Transvagrant Gallery seems to improve with each new opening. Warschaw/Winter is an eclectic group exhibition featuring artist works previously featured at Warschaw/TransVagrant Gallery. Painting in its various guises, f

    Read More
1 23 24 25 59