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POP-UP STUDIO IN LITTLE TOKYO
The Hollywood Fishbowl has teamed up with The Little Tokyo Service Center to bring you a Pop-Up Studio in Downtown LA and a series on The Past, Present and Future of Little Tokyo. We’ll be talking to historians, community organizers and entrepreneurs about how Little Tokyo came to be the town it is… and what’s in store for tomorrow.
341 East First St.
Los Angeles, 90013
November 12, 12:00-2:00
Mariko Lochridge of Little Tokyo Service Center
November 12, 3:00-5:00
James Choi of Cafe Dulce
November 13, 12:00-2:00
Little Tokyo Historian, Mike Murase
November 13, 3:00-5:00
Clothing Designer, Darin Maki of CRFT By Maki
November 13, 7:00-9:00
Nikkei Entrepreneur, Mieko Beyer
November 14, All Day
You! Come on by and have some tea!
November 15, 11:30-1:30
Kristin Fukushima of Little Tokyo Community Council
November 16, 12:00-2:00
Kayoko Suzuki-Lange of District 8 Media
November 16, 6:00-8:00
Ceramicist, Shoshi Watanabe
MOVIES! The Podcast
Co-host Naomi Beaty and her Sidekick Jesse Koester break down one film a week, discussing what works, what doesn’t and what we can learn from it. Then, they combine their creative powers to build up a pitch for a completely original feature film.
In which we discuss Interview With The Vampire (a film that exists) and the possibilities of LifeBlood (a film that doesn’t).
In which we discuss Her (a film that exists) and Train Pulling Into The Station (a short film that also exists).
In which we discuss The Virgin Suicides (a film that exists) and Honeycomb (a film that does not).
The hollywood fishbowl
Everyone is smarter than you at something.
What if all of those people were in the same place?
The Hollywood Fishbowl delivers weekly long-form interviews focusing on a boots-on-the-ground perspective of life and work in the entertainment industry.
We were lucky enough to catch Kate about two and a half decades into her most recent in-body experience. Join us as we discuss art, music, landing in LA, love, being corporeal and comfort foods.
From performance to production, Jacquie feels at home in the theatre. On this episode, she shares her journey into the world of Improv Comedy and insight into how she keeps the passion alive.
Mano Agapion has made the journey from North Carolina outcast to UCB Chaos Conductor. What does that kind of journey feel like? Listen and find out!
THE NEWSY BLOG-SPACE
TENZO is back and this time, we’ve got more than photos!
It’s all above the board with this interpretation of The Great And Powerful… Except the munchkins. They’re pretty wack on this.
I can’t read any of it… but it sure does sound nice.
Luther Burbank brings the goods on this recording of their music festival from 1965.
Lauren Lakis takes the stage in our 4th and final installment in the Fierce Femme Sounds series.
A collection of children singing songs from their days camping in the countryside of PA? Yes!
Our third entry in the on-going Fierce Femme Sounds continues with a.r.s.n.k..
Yo! If you’re not a DJ, you should probably stay away from this record. Also, congratulations! I just promoted you to DJ!
The visual stylings of Jane Machine are contained here-in (with links to the noises she makes as well).