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    The Universal lot is teeming with the Undead. I should know, I saw two innocent people attacked and eaten at a press junket. A press junket, people!! We had been invited to witness "Zombie Zchool", a training course where students learn how to walk, talk and twitch like a real, honest to goodness Zombies. The class was being held in front of the old Bates Motel, which, while still an ominous place, is slightly...
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    A list of some of the current critics' choices around town. Click on the show title for a review. Click on the theater name for info on tickets. Hotel C'est Lamour (The Blank Theater Company) References to Salvador Dali Make me Hot (Theater Planners at Art/Works Theater) Side Show (La Habra Depot) Tale of 2Cities: An American Joyride on Multiple Tracks (Freud Playhouse) Rocks in my Salsa (Highways Performance Space) The Beastly Bombing (Steve...
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    Yom Kippur begins tonight at sundown. Challah! The Day of Atonement, is when we look back at the past year and ask for forgiveness for the sins we've committed against God. If you did anything wrong to an actual person in the past year you'll want to ask that specific person for forgiveness before sundown today, as Yom Kippur is really reserved for the stuff between you and God in particular. He/She wants you...
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    WATER & POWER Richard Montoya and Culture Clash; Center Theatre Group: Mark Taper Forum (Nominated for World Premiere Play) The 2006 Ovation Award Nominations were announced this week. Yes, they do give awards for excellence in theater here in Tinseltown. The ceremony will be held on Monday, November 13th at 7:30 at the Orpheum Theater downtown. Read up on the Ovations and past winners....
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    Tonight marks the fist night of Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year. Don't forget to ring in year 5767 with lots of apples and honey! The Chai Center will be offering free High Holiday services at The Writer's Guild of America, 135 S. Doheny Drive. They are boasting the "Largest Jewish New Year's Party". We don't know much about The Chai Center except what we gather from their website. It seems to be a...
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    The German biker gang Avalanche of Steel showed up at Bronson Park this afternoon for a quick sightseeing stop. They spent about 10 minutes snapping pictures under the Hollywood Sign before climbing into their white, unmarked van and driving off to the next attraction....
  • Arts and Entertainment
    I had the misfortune to show up late to see Beastie Boys at Hammerstien Ballroom in NYC in '98 where A Tribe Called Quest was opening and apparently playing their last NYC show. So, i jumped at the opportunity to see them at the Wiltern last Sunday night, where Q-Tip, Phife Dawg and Ali Shaheeh Muhammad reunited after 8 years apart. Playing third, Tribe's set lasted an hour, which I heard a lot of...

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