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The Marciano Art Foundation will Officially be Opened to the Public this Thursday

In 1981, the Marciano brothers moved to Los Angeles, California from the South of France and founded a small denim company that would eventually grow into a world-renowned brand. Their love of the American West combined with a European sensibility became the driving force behind the creation of the iconic denim lifestyle brand, GUESS?. Their engagement with contemporary art began around the same time and developed through visits to galleries

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LocoL Watts Grand Opening from Roy Choi and Daniel Patterson brings the Community Together

The wait is finally over, LocoL Watts finally opened its doors on Martin Luther King day from beloved restaurant innovators Roy Choi and Daniel Patterson. Their mission with Locol Watts is to bring a healthier choice of “fast food” in lower income areas. located in Watts, on 1950 East 103rd Street, 90002 California, the restaurant brought out a massive crowd on Monday, January 18th to try out some of their

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The LA Philharmonic 15/16 Opening Night Gala: “The Brilliance of Beethoven”

The Los Angeles Philharmonic opened its 2015/16 season at Walt Disney Concert Hall, on Tuesday, September 29th with an exclusive black tie affair. The evening presented one conductor, Music and Artistic Director Gustavo Dudamel, and two orchestras, the Los Angeles Philharmonic and the Simón Bolívar Symphony Orchestra of Venezuela during its opening night gala: The Brilliance of Beethoven. Attendees and supporters included Bryce Dallas Howard, Hilary Swank, Julie Andrews, Christoph

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The Broad Museum Celebrated Opening with Black Tie Dinner

A new piece of history has been added to Los Angeles’s grounds. The Broad Museum located in Downtown Los Angeles is a new contemporary art museum brought to you by billionaire philanthropist Eli Broad and his wife Edythe. To celebrate the inauguration before it officially opens this Sunday (September 20th) to the public, founders Eli and Edyth Broad held a classy private black tie affair for 800 guests at the

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The LAOKI Full Video Rundown w/ Steve Aoki

Steve Aoki held a free concert on the streets of Downtown LA – LAOKI on May 19th, 2015 with support from Mayor Eric Garcetti for the City of Los Angeles. Full Coverage: http://bit.ly/1HxeVXC This video was created by our PR Savvy Gal: Lex Demontano Instagram: @slowdancewithme

LAOKI – Steve Aoki Free Show

Sold Out – Steve Aoki and Mayor Eric Garcetti are hosting “LAoki,” a free concert to be held in downtown L.A. on Saturday, May 16 in honor of Steve Aoki’s “Neon Furture II”. To attend the show, concertgoers will be required to sign up for more information on The Mayor’s Volunteer Corps. The event will take place on Broadway between 4th and 6th Streets in an area that’s been greatly

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Mayor Eric Garcetti Welcomes the Public to Frank Lloyd Wrights famed Hollyhock House

Hollyhock House, a historic landmark, is the first house that Frank Lloyd Wright himself designed in Los Angeles. This masterpiece lives in Barnsdall Art Park, in the proximity of Hollywood and Los Feliz. The theme of the house was the hollyhock flower, which was oil heiress Aline Barnsdalls favorite. She commissioned Frank Lloyd Wright in the 1920s to build the house on this 36-acre hilltop site. The City of Los

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Frank Lloyd Wright’s Hollyhock House Reopens

February 13, 2015 marks the official reopening of Frank Lloyd Wright’s famed Hollyhock House (photo via), an iconic architectural masterpiece in the heart of the Barnsdall Art Park. To mark the occasion, Mayor Eric Garcetti will lead an Official Ribbon Cutting Ceremony with the project’s collaborators at 4:00 p.m. at the Hollyhock House on February 13. Following this, for one night only, the City of Los Angeles will open Hollyhock

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