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Author Grady Hendrix and his latest novel, The Final Girl Support Group
Daryl M., August 19, 2021

Grady Hendrix is an award-winning novelist and screenwriter living in New York City.


Morris Kight Residence and Morris Kight ca 1999
Kelly Wallace, June 28, 2021

Los Angeles has over 1,200 Historic-Cultural Monuments, yet only a dozen have been designated because of their association with the LGBTQIA community.


Cassandra Lane and her debut novel, We Are Bridges
Daryl M., June 24, 2021

Cassandra Lane is the winner of the Louise Meriwether First Book Prize and Editor-in-Chief of L.A. Parent Magazine. She previously worked as a newspaper staff reporter and received an MFA in creative writing from Antioch University LA.


Two kids happy on their bikes
Mona Gilbert, June 22, 2021

A bicycle might be one of the best inventions ever. They offer the rider transportation and provide hours of fun at the same time. Moreover, riding a bike is a universal experience for the majority of kids. No matter the setting, urban, rural or suburban, bike ridership is everywhere. President John F.


black cat now and then
Kelly Wallace, June 21, 2021

Los Angeles has over 1,200 Historic-Cultural Monuments, yet only a dozen have been designated because of their association with the LGBTQIA community.


Author Samantha Silva and her latest novel, Love and Fury: A Novel of Mary Wollstonecraft
Daryl M., June 17, 2021

Samantha Silva is the author of the novel, Mr. Dickens and His Carol, and a screenwriter who has sold projects to Paramount, Universal, and New Line Cinema.


Collage of albums by LGBTQIA artists
Daniel Tures, June 16, 2021

Ever since the Stonewall riots brought the struggle for queer rights and representation to the forefront in June of 1969, June has been celebrated as LGBTQIA Pride Month.


Women gathered in a circle on a carpeted floor for a meeting at the Los Angeles Crenshaw Women's Center
Kelly Wallace, June 14, 2021

Los Angeles has over 1,200 Historic-Cultural Monuments, yet only a dozen have been designated because of their association with the LGBTQIA community.


A graphic illustration about record stores and vinyl records
Daniel Tures, June 11, 2021

Even as music increasingly moves online, for true fans the local brick-and-mortar record store will always be the holy place of discovery and sharing, where like-minded fanatics and novices gather to dig through the bins for new releases, dusty gems, and 180-gram gatefold pressings, trade band tips and deb


Author JJA Harwood and her debut novel, The Shadow in the Glass
Daryl M., June 10, 2021

JJA Harwood is an author, editor, and blogger. She grew up in Norfolk, read History at the University of Warwick, and eventually found her way to London, which is still something of a shock for somebody used to so many fields.


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