• RLn THEATER Listings: Aug. 25, 2014

    Sept. 5 Pocho in the House Pocho in the House will be performed at 8:30 p.m., Sept. 5 through Sept. 7 at the Found Theatre in Long Beach. The show usess humor to break down stereotypes and promote cross-cultural understanding. It is a one-man show about growing up as a Mexican-American in Calif

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  • RLn ENTERTAINMENT Weekend Edition: Aug. 22, 2014

    Aug. 23 Mike Pinera Iron Butterfly’s Mike Pinera will perform with New Blues Image, at 8 p.m. Aug. 23, at Alvas Showroom in San Pedro. Mike Pinera played Lead Guitar and co Lead Vocals with Butterfly on the albums, Metamorphosis, Evolution, Light And Heavy and on the DVD In A Gadda Da Vida. Suggested donation

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  • What We Censor, What We Don’t

    By Andrea Serna, Arts and Culture Writer These day violence, seems to be on the forefront of the newspapers, television and the Internet. However, what we are exposed to is not without censorship. The Croatian Cultural Center of Greater Los Angeles is exploring the topic of censorship in the media in the provocative exhibit What We Cens

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  • Oswald Delves Into Kennedy Assassination

    [gallery ids="7621,7620,7619,7618"] By John Farrell You would think every fact has come to light and been discussed, torn apart and reconstructed in the more than 50 years since President John Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas. You'd be wrong. In the newest and most informative production, Oswald, the Actual Interr

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  • RLn THEATER Calendar: Aug. 15, 2014

    Aug. 17 Busker Alley Musical Theatre West's Reiner Staged Reading Series presents Busker Alley, starting at 7 p.m. Aug. 17, at Cal State Long Beach’s University Theatre. The one-night-only show marks the first time in 18 years the show will be presented in Southern California. Directed by the show's original

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  • Time Stands Still is Current, Timeless

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    By John Farrell

    Time Stands Still is a fable of our times, a fable of our times set in New York. The play gives a knowing view of how war affects lives, even if that war is at a distance and even if the people involved are reporters and not soldie

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  • Man of La Mancha is Less Than a Delight

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    By John Farrell

    Man of La Mancha is the second offering of the new San Pedro Theatre Club. Its first, Cabaret, was extended three weeks after critical acclaim. Man of La Mancha is an interesting, sometimes even compelling, production, but it also has more

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  • RLn ENTERTAINMENT: Aug. 13, 2014

    Aug. 14 Summer Concert at the Nature Center Enjoy Sligo Rags and Celtic rock music by the lake on Aug. 14 at the El Dorado Nature Center. Bring your own food or enjoy food from Rajin Cajun food truck. The $3 suggested donation supports Friends of El Dorado Nature Center habitat restoration and education programs.

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  • RLn THEATER: Aug. 5, 2014

    Aug. 15 Flyin’ West Flyin’ West lands for three weekends in August in celebration of CSU Dominguez Hills’ Black Theatre Program’s 15th anniversary. Set in 1898 in the era of reconstruction following the Civil War, “Flyin’ West” is the story of four African American female pionee

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  • RLn ENTERTAINMENT: Aug. 1, 2014

    Aug. 2 James Kimo West, Friends Spend an evening with Hawaiian slack key master, Jim "Kimo" West, featuring hula by Amanda Taketa and Kevin Tsutsui, starting at 8 p.m. Aug. 2, at Alvas Showroom in San Pedro. Suggested donation is $20. Details: (800) 403-3447 Venue: Alvas Show

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