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Bobby Grace for D.A.–Running on Transparency and Progressive Ideals

By Terelle Jerricks, Managing Editor

Running on Smart Justice: Danette Meyers for D.A.

By Terelle Jerricks, Managing Editor

Crime Doesn’t Pay When Tammy Meyer’s Ringing Up Your Order

By Arthur R. Vinsel An Old West byword of the 1800s was, "There's no law west of the Pecos." But in San Pedro — east of Western Avenue in the Park Plaza Center — grocery checker Terry Meyers is a force to be reckoned with. Meyers helped police put felons in prison in three cases

Deep In Echo Park, A Bohemian Nexus

By Lionel Rolfe Long time Echo Park residents Anne Stein and Gary Leonard are planning to showcase the paintings of Anne's father, Philip Stein, at their Take My Picture Gallery in downtown Los Angeles. They are doing so as the restored Siqueiros mural "American Tropical" is about to be

Mitch Harmatz’s 75th Omelette

  By Terelle Jerricks, Managin

Why I Could Care Less About The L.A. Dodgers

By Lionel Rolfe Magic Johnson doesn’t come across as a Frank McCourt, so maybe he will be successful in his effort to rebuild the Los Angeles Dodgers, but I don’t necessarily wish him luck. In the relatively short time Frank McCourt owned the Dodgers and that valuable real estate

In Theaters Now #1: The Five-Year Engagement

By Danny Simon I got lucky the other night, well kinda. Romantic comedies generally follow a predictable course; there is the meeting of an unlikely couple, the "getting-to-know-you" montage, the cumming together, the falling apart, and the big happy double reach around

Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Made New

By John Farrell Rosencrantz & Guildenstern are Dead is being given a new “old” look at Cal Rep. Tom Stoppard's skewed look at Shakespeare's Hamlet, seen through the rather

A Night at the Cabaret and College Fun

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By John Farrell

Cabaret, the iconic musical with music by John Kander, lyrics by Fred Ebb and book by Joe Masteroff, has had several incarnations since it took Broadway by storm nearly fifty years ago. The movie version

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