Category Archives: AHMANSON THEATRE

Boozing, Brawling and Behaving Badly

By Victoria Looseleaf From our perch in the front row of the 1,800-seat Ahmanson Theatre, we could almost feel the spray of spit emanating from the New Jerseyed mouth of James (Tony Soprano – we can’t help it, we were … Continue reading

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Fonda The Fabulous

By Victoria Looseleaf She’s got a pair of Oscars, she’s topped the New York Times best-seller list more than once, and she spearheaded a fitness revolution in the 1980’s, not to mention her cred as both sex kitten and long-time … Continue reading

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