Wedding Reviews: If you are planning a wedding – “Give it some Moxie” say’s Renee at Moxie Bright Events
Wedding REVIEW: The Joshua Tree elopement, A Moxie Bright Event photographed by Jessica Schilling photograph
photo by Johnny Ramos California Newgaze. T Natalie Durkin (TribeLA Magazine): Give your band a Tagline. Pony Curtis (guitar/vocals in Forget Your Friends): Down till we're underground. Charlie Kennedy (vocals/guitar in Forget Your Friends): Forget Your Friends,...
ART TODAY 10.28.17 Documenting Venice Artists and Animal Rescues: Find out what fires up Debbie Zeitman – read her entire Acrostic Interview
Meet Eagle Rock's "Dirty Velvet" Rockers. T Natalie Durkin (TribeLA Magazine): Give your band a Tagline. Sonny Wong (Fake Furs): Two boys making noise. László Bolender (Fake Furs): Reviving ghosts and setting them on fire since 1989. R ND: What got you started in...
LOLA VINEYARDS: Seth Cripe with Chapoutier, Mondavi, and Sur Lucero in Rhone Valley, France – Part 2
ART TODAY 10.7.17: The entire TribeLA Magazine Acrostic Interview with fine-art photographer Aline Smithson
Exclusive: Seth Cripe – the Venice Beach vintner says, “it was Robert Mondavi who also made an impact on his passion for Napa Valley and great wine” – Part 1
Feature: Bernadette Murphy – From Knitting to Motorcycles, it’s all about risk says this Antioch University Professor
By deborah granger Feature photo by Adrienne Helitzer/Still productions Author Bernadette Murphy is not only a master of words, having written several well-regarded books, but in busting down the confines of self-imposed comfort zones. Risk is not just a Hasbro board...read more
by Natalie Durkin “It’s fantastic to be a poet in L.A., and to be an Angeleno.” That’s right, our country’s chosen wordsmith is one of our city’s own. Amanda Gorman was born near Los Angeles International Airport, fitting considering she has wings rivaling any...read more
February’s Read: A Negro and a Hot-Tub, short story by former NFL pro-player and emerging novelist Andre Hardy, Sr.
Propaganda, yes, but still, I sometimes get confused. For instance, whenever I wear hoodies, I find myself suspicious of my right hand, wondering if it might steal the money from my left pocket. With that in mind, who knew what stereotype would be triggered if Tiny Hands started using foul-mouthed locker room talk?read more