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New Film Paints a Pretty Picture for Indie Production

An Addicting Picture is a psychic’s evidence that her client’s fiancé is an addict; the man must prove otherwise if he hopes to tie the knot, in this feature-length supernatural drama set to release in 2017.

The event Soil Totally Rocks! brought together businesses, non-profits and trailblazers in the field under the umbrella of the Sustainable Business Council of Los Angeles to socialize and give talks on eco-accomplishments as varied as urban farming

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For decades makeup brands have revolutionized products and application tools that aide in achieving the “perfect look” (often for a hefty price tag). Beauty blenders were at the top of the list and introduced as a tool to replace the traditional foundation brush. The trend instantly caught fire and was embraced for its ability to create a “flawless finish”.

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ReveLAtion LA launched Nov 5th and 6th with a brand new series of fashion events running a party-style fashion market by day with pop-up shops, full bar and food and designer shows by night.

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Thousands of savvy, sophisticated, and stylish millennials will descend on StyleCon Saturday, November 5, 2016, at The Hangar at the OC Fair & Event Center in Orange County, California. The highly experiential event will up anyone’s beauty

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REDCAT, CalArts’ downtown center for contemporary arts, presents Girl Gods, a new work by Seattle-based choreographer Pat Graney, Visual Designer Holly Batt (who won a Bessie for Outstanding Visual Design) and Composer Amy Denio from Thursday November 3 to Sunday November 6, 2016, as part of the Sharon D. Lund Dance Series. Times and ticket details are below.

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Tag Gallery – Holiday Festivities

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There are over 70 Vote by Mail drop-off locations spread throughout the county. Find the nearest drop-off location by visiting lavote.net.

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Celeste Brown, a native of Los Angeles, California, is a published artist and musician who specializes in creating Celeste’s Head shotaesthetically pleasing experiences for individuals and companies, across the country.

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Originally opening on Broadway in 1937, the play had its second revival on Broadway in 2012/2013 where it received eight Tony Award nominations, including Best Revival of a Play, and three Drama Desk Award nominations, including Outstanding Revival of a Play.

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