#BornThisDay: Writer, Christopher Isherwood

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August 26, 1904- Christopher Isherwood: “Life is not so bad if you have plenty of luck, a good physique and not too much imagination.” In the summer of 1971 I was doing summer stock theatre in Coeur d' Alene, Idaho. Lucky me, at 17 years old, I ... See the Rest

#DroughtWatch: These Black Balls Are Throwing Shade & Saving Cali Water!

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If the context and intention were different, this could be a Christo installation, but instead these millions of black plastic balls are helping to ... See the Rest

#RealEstatePorn: This $11,500,000 L.A. Pad Is Sexy as Hell. . . (& Just May Have Belonged to Howard Hughes)

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Well, you can see from these pics, it has an undeniable vintage swingles, sexy bachelor pad vibe, regardless of its provenance. There's an "alleged" Howard Hughes ... See the Rest

#MealswithWheels: UberEATS Is Changing How You Get Food Delivered (How Do You Feel About Melted #UberIceCream?)

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Uber has revolutionized the car service industry, no doubt about it. (They are in a war with Mayor DeBlasio at the moment about his ... See the Rest

#BornThisDay: The Hollywood Sign

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July 13, 1923 – The Hollywood Sign, aside from a ... See the Rest

#BornThisDay: Artist, David Hockney

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July 9, 1937-  David Hockney has always made a big splash at my house. "The moment you cheat for the sake of beauty, you know you're an artist." I currently reside in Portland, Oregon,  the West Coast Brooklyn to ... See the Rest

Find Out The Surprising Premise Of Chaz Bono’s Play “Down The Road” Opening This Weekend

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Chaz Bono, star of the Emmy-nominated documentary Becoming Chaz, is starring in his first play Down The Road and it's sure to be a smash. The production also stars Barbara Howlin and Kyle David ... See the Rest

Los Angeles is Ass-Backwards – Well, At Least Our Weather Is…

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Los Angeles just had it's first 'reverse' meteorological spring since 1921, nearly 100 years! And it's only happened three times since weather has started being recorded. A 'reverse' meteorological spring simply means that ... See the Rest