The World’s Largest Pizza Festival, the highly anticipated party of the summer, returned for its biggest celebration to date on Sunday, August 29. This year’s festival benefited Model Citizen and featured carnival-style games and exhilarating thrills which included a giant slip-n-slide, bounce houses, and of course lots of pizza. DJ Irie provided the atmospheric music vibes all night in addition to performances by two of music’s biggest stars.
I have a soft spot in my heart for dogs. As most people would agree, there’s something special about them. Whether its that tender loving feeling you get when they run to you after coming home from a long day’s work or the look they give you during the causal walk around the neighborhood — whatever it is, I like it.
It’s official, live music is back! Even though masks were still permitted to enter the theater, it felt pretty good experiencing live music with a room full of people again.
On Thursday, June 17, Roc Nation recording artist Maeta had her first live performance on a candlelit stage at the iconic Orpheum Theater in Downtown Los Angeles. She performed some stunning R&B covers in addition to songs from her new EP, Habits. She was accompanied by Orchid Quartet (a local string quartet that has performed around the world with Rihanna, Kendrick Lamar, and other influential artists).
It was a mesmerizing evening featuring some of the greatest songs from the world of R&B. Maeta is just starting off for promising music career but everyone in attendance noticed the star power she has. In time, Maeta’s lovely voice will echo across sold out concert halls around the world.
You can stream Maeta’s new EP, Habits, on all streaming platforms and follow her behind the scenes life on her Instagram: @maetasworld.
Photo Credit = Davey Carlson
On Friday, June 4, Multiple Sclerosis (MS) advocate and Center Without Walls founder Nancy Davis welcomed guests to the Rose Bowl for the 28th Annual Race to Erase MS Gala: Drive-In to Erase MS.
KOSINE hosted a live screening/listening event to celebrate the release of his highly anticipated EP “Truth Serum” at Neuehouse Hollywood. The 9x GRAMMY Nominated Producer and Rapper is solidifying his role as a recording artist with his latest project expressing his personal ideology towards cultural themes around Relationships, Black Lives Matter and navigating the rise + fall of a career.
There’s nothing like a little country music to brighten our spirits on a Friday night in Los Angeles.
We drove into Winter WonderLAnd expecting an elaborate holiday musical light show; and that’s exactly what we got. During these covid times, many of us are seeking comfort in different ways. Some are turning to their pets, others are turning on the television. For me, I’ve always found comfort in human connection. And on a Saturday Night during the middle of a pandemic, this was as good as it was going to get. As I drove 5 miles an hour through nearly a million lights, all time-coded to a festive array of seasonal songs, I realized this was pretty awesome.
Among the many themed, immersive vignettes and installations, a few that stood out was the “Holidays Around the Globe” display and a magical wintery forest surrounding WonderLAnd’s version of the massive Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree. We also traveled around the North Pole mountains and through a 90-foot twinkling snowflake tunnel and a snow flurry vortex tunnel. There were plenty of photo- and video-worthy moments around every corner. And, yes of course, Santa, Mrs. Claus, and the elves were there to hand out candy canes galore!
This one-of-a-kind event comes to families from Experiential Supply, the people behind this year’s tremendously popular Hauntoween LA. Experiential Supply is an award-winning company to which the Hollywood film industry turns when it comes to creating large-scale, immersive experiences for such big budget movies as IT: Chapter 2, Ready Player One, The LEGO Movie, Smallfoot, and more. Visiting WonderLAnd will be like starring in a holiday blockbuster! The first-ever WonderLAnd immersive drive-thru experience, replete with synchronized dancing lights and good cheer, will be open daily throughout the holiday season, November 30 – December 23 and December 26 – December 30, from 5:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. Pacific Time, at 6100 Topanga Canyon Blvd., Woodland Hills, CA.
Ashley Greene, David Arquette, Greg Finley, Brandon Thomas Lee and more at ‘Blackjack’ Drive-In Premiere
On November 1st, the film’s stars celebrated at the Drive-In Movie Premiere of “Blackjack: The Jackie Ryan Story” directed by Danny A. Abeckaser at The Sunset Strip Presents: Late Night Drive-In Theatre at The Andaz West Hollywood. The film is based on the real-life story of New York street basketball legend Jackie Ryan.