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Review: ‘Ouija’ board game gone wrong

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Doors creak and slam shut. Lights flash on and off. Ghosts appear. Scary effects abound in director Stiles White “Ouija,” Universal Studios film which should of been more frightening than a graveyard at midnight but it wasn’t even close. Though “‘Ouija”’ pronounced (wee-jee), provides twists and mind-boggling scenarios, it’s really nothing we haven’t seen in other films such as “Paranormal ... Read More »

‘Heartstrings’ video is Leighton Meester’s musical rebirth

Still from Meester's "Heartstrings" music video.

It’s been a whirlwind week for Leighton Meester. On the heels of her recent LP “Heartstrings” released on Monday, the former “Gossip Girl” actress was also revealed to be the November cover star of NYLON Magazine. She celebrated the album release with a sold out concert at the Troubadour on Tuesday night in Los Angeles. Then earlier today, she debuted the music ... Read More »

Beyoncé teams with Topshop for world domination, everyone rejoices

Photo courtesy of the Beyoncé Tumblr/Rob Hoffman.

Famed journalist Anderson Cooper once said, “It is Beyoncé‘s world, and we are just living in it.” As time has passed, this statement has only proven itself to be more true. Without warning, Beyoncé dropped a self-titled album with accompanying music videos on iTunes last December, which has been coined as groundbreaking by music professionals and fans alike. Then she paired ... Read More »

Paley Center for Media: TV’s not dead

Richman, Daniels, Ascheim, and Wallenstein in conversation. Photo by Izzy Gut.

Talk that TV viewing has been on a steady decline has been swirling around since the introduction of the smartphone and tablet. Thursday night’s “Catching the Eye of Generation Y” event at the Paley Center for Media in Beverly Hills put that gossip to rest. Mediated by Co-Editor-in-Chief of Variety, Andrew Wallenstein, the night provided an in-depth analysis about the future of ... Read More »

Cumberbatch to Play Dr. Strange

Image: Marvel Comics

“By the Power of The Vishanti” The excitement is building and rumors are swirling about Marvel’s next big announcement. Today the internet has been on fire with rumors of “Sherlock Holmes” star Benedict Cumberbatch playing the lead role in Marvel’s latest top secret movie “Dr. Strange.”  According to Deadline‘s Mike Flemming he is hearing that Cumberbatch will play the Mystic ... Read More »

One Night at the Roxy

Mineral tour stops in Los Angeles Saturday at The Roxy Theater

People have been told all their lives that patience is a virtue, but usually, by the time they’re done being patient, hopes are so high that they end up horribly disappointed. After 20 years of  fans waiting, Mineral performed live Saturday at the Roxy, there was not one disappointed face in the crowd. Chicago natives Into It Over It  kicked ... Read More »

Nontraditional burgers and gourmet ice cream star in Koreatown food festival

Ktown Night Market Halloween Food Fest.
When: Oct. 25-26
Where: Koreatown, 6th Street between Berendo & Mariposa.

It is definitely fall, but the sunny and comfortably warm weather on Saturday afternoon permitted a perfect day for the Ktown Night Market’s Halloween Food Fest in Koreatown. The fest continues on Sunday from noon until 9 p.m. Classica Koreatown dishes such as spicy fish cake and Korean BBQ are available, but the main highlights of the food festival are nontraditional ... Read More »

“We Can Survive” highlights of the star studded performances

"We Can Survive" Concert Hollywood Bowl

Big timers including Taylor Swift, Pharrell Williams and Ariana Grande all hit the Hollywood Bowl stage for CBS Radio’s second “We Can Survive” concert on Friday night. It was a music extravaganza filled with some of the music business’ biggest chart toppers. There was a never a dull moment during the roughly five hour performance between all the top artists, hit songs, ... Read More »