2020’S TOP FIVE SUMMER MUSIC SIZZLERS

2020’S TOP FIVE SUMMER MUSIC SIZZLERS

While we were on lockdown learning the latest Tik Tok dance craze challenge, pulling our hair out in our “solitary confinements”, or spending much needed time with our families, the following artists cooked up hit after hit. I did my ingenious best, sniffing out the...

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Everything is Not Okay

Everything is Not Okay

The West Coast is basically on fire spurred by a nearly 20-year mega-drought. The damage and loss is enormous. The air quality is horrendous. People are reaching breaking point. People are desperate for solutions. But it is not just the west coast of America that is...

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Restaurant Review: Yamashiro in Hollywood

Restaurant Review: Yamashiro in Hollywood

Living in Southern California, it's easy to lose sight of the thing called Hollywood—for those in the know, it's not a place, its a street, not a pretty street either. Film studios are in fact, spread out across the area, only one in actual Hollywood—”and yet, the...

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TIPS for Better HOME Recordings

TIPS for Better HOME Recordings

Tips for Better Home Recordings Picking up a new hobby can be quite a fruitful endeavor. Recently more and more people have acquired an interest in playing and making music. An article published on www.newyorktimes.com lists instruments sales as one of the major...

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Niki Smart: A Woman of Many Voices

Niki Smart: A Woman of Many Voices

Not many book launches begin with the author singing one of their own compositions, but that's how the Helter Shelter book launch kicked off last weekend. Author, songwriter, (and our very own managing editor here at SoCal Magazine), Niki Smart and friends delivered...

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Lost Angeles: The Photography of  Paul Jasmin

Lost Angeles: The Photography of Paul Jasmin

It is with great pleasure that the Fahey/Klein Gallery announces the new exhibition dates for Paul Jasmin: Lost Angeles, a selection of works celebrating Jasmin’s long career and the gallery’s first exhibition by the legendary Los Angeles photographer. Paul Jasmin’s...

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Fight for Our Future

Fight for Our Future

With Death Valley hitting the highest temperature recorded on earth this week at 130 degrees, plus fire tornados in Northern Cal and extreme heat warnings all over, 'The Troublemaker' couldn't be more important and more timely. We are in a serious Climate Crisis -- so...

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PAIR Makes Two Giant Leaps For Kids

PAIR Makes Two Giant Leaps For Kids

Out of This World July was a big month for PAIR, the new kids eyewear brand that puts all others to shame Keeping up their momentum on new releases, PAIR launched two new design collections that are quite extraordinary and timely. One small step for PAIR, and one...

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Update Your Workout Routine

Update Your Workout Routine

Creative Ways to Update Your Workout Routine It's common for workouts to feel a little mundane after a while. Many people who exercise every day find they need to alter their routines so that they don't feel bored. Whether you like to box, cycle or run, it's probably...

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PAIR Eyewear Lights Up Inspiring Kids Eyewear

PAIR Eyewear Lights Up Inspiring Kids Eyewear

Do you ever wish you could turn back the clock and experience the modern world as a kid? Unfortunately, we don't have anything to help make that come true. However, we're happy to introduce PAIR Eyewear - the customizable, high quality, affordable and fun glasses your...

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