Monthly Archives: September 2009

Tattoo Expo Parlay – Hosted By Rodney Dickerson

Rapper Rodney Dickerson is co-hosting the Tattoo Expo Parlay on Saturday, October 3rd and Sunday, October 4th @ 22341 Mission Circle in Chatsworth, Calfornia [91311], and everyone is invited to come out and party, and I quote “gonna be crackin”. The two-day Tattoo Expo Parlay event will have food, drinks, DJs, tattoos, celebrity guests and designer clothes.

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For more information, contact Rodney Dickerson @ 707.384.9756 and

Retna & The Mac @ Vagos y Reinas

A bud’s – photographer Ed Duarte – friend and collaborator artists Retna & The Mac [The Seventh Letter] have a new graffiti-esque exhibition titled – Vagos y Reinas at Robert Berman Gallery in the Bergamot Stations Arts Center that launched last Friday. You’ve probably seen Retna & The Mac‘s artwork on La Brea Avenue, Melrose Avenue and all over town, but here’s a chance to see some incredible new pieces curated by Brett Aronson.

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The Robert Berman Gallery is located inside the Bergamot Stations Arts Center @ 2525 Michigan Avenue, Suite C2 & D5 in Santa Monica, California [90404]. Vagos y Reinas opened on Friday, September 26 and runs through Saturday, October 17.

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For price listing and more detail, poke Brett Aronson @ 310.315.1937, and

Dash Snow Memorial @ East River Amphitheater

There’ll be another Dash Snow [Sace / Sacer Irak] memorial service on Thursday, October 1 [3:30pm – 7:00pm] at East River Amphitheater on the East River, and his fans are welcome and invited to attend. This’ll be the second public service held for the Polaroid shooter and graffiti writer turned installation & collage artist.

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The East River Amphitheater is 3 blocks South of Houston, 2 blocks South of Williamsburg Bridge and Walking bridge at Cherry St. You can oogle Snow’s legacy artwork @,,,, and

A Nightmare On Elm Street – Trailer

I didn’t expect to get f**king excited over music video-er Sam Bayer’s directorial debut horror film – A Nightmare On Elm Street – but man I was dead wrong. Oscar-nominee Jackie Earle Haley was my only reason for keeping production track of the New Line Cinema and Platinum Dunes re-boot 80s Krueger film; however, after watching Jackie Earle Haley as Freddie Krueger in this kick-arse teaser trailer [below], I’m f**king sold. Enjoy the trailer and the terror on Freddie Krueger‘s face as the towns people turn on him, by burning him and sending him to straight-to-hell.

A Nightmare On Elm Street‘s Freddy Krueger haunting the sub-conscious teenagers’ dreams by killing them in their sleep — will hit theaters on Friday, April 30, 2010. Jackie Earle Haley is repped by Warren Zavala @ Creative Artists Agency (CAA), attorney Todd Rubenstein @ Morris, Yorn, Barnes & Levine and manager Leslie Allan-Rice @ Leslie Allan-Rice Management.

Samuel Bayer is repped by Bryan Besser @ WME Entertainment and manager Doreen Wilcox-Little @ Anonymous Content.

Ryan Adams’ Art @ Morrison Hotel Gallery

Singer Ryan Adams became the first artist in residence at the Morrison Hotel Gallery, which was founded in 2001 by Peter Blachley, Rich Horowitz and Henry Diltz, in the Bowery at New York City. Ryan Adams has auctioned off some artworks for charity with proceeds benefitting the Housing Works Bookstore Café – an AIDS and homelessness charity.

The month long Adam exhibition will run through Thursday, October 15. To see the complete Rick Edwards photos of the singer artworks, visit

The Morrison Hotel Gallery is located at 124 Prince Street in New York, New York 10012 @ 212.941.8770. Adams is married to Mandy Moore and wrote two books of short stories and poems – Infinity Blues and Hello Sunshine.

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You can poke Adams @ and

Vanessa Prager & Lizzy Waronker @ Little Dream

Painter Vanessa Prager and Sculptor Lizzy Waronker are exhibiting a large paper mache art exhibition and an outdoor terrarium installation titled Little Dream for one-night only on Thursday, October 1 [7pm – 11pm] @ 144 South Robertson Boulevard in Los Angeles, California [90048]. The Little Dream – dual-art installation and exhibition – will showcase “ephemeral forest that envelopes paintings” by Vanessa Prager and “assemblage sculpture” by Lizzy Waronker “in an otherworldly, interactive, landscape.”


Little Dream is sponsored by WeAretheSuperlativeConspiracy[WeSC] and Nylon Magazine and music by DJ Chris Holmes. You can and stalk Vanessa Prager @ and Lizzy Waronker @

Waronker’s Atomic Series

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For the price listing of WeActivists Vanessa Prager and Lizzy Waronker’s art-work, contact We Are The Superlative Conspiracy [WeSC]’s Media Relations & Publicist Jessie Cohen.

The Odd Squad: No – Episode 3

The hilarious crew of The Odd Squd web-series have release Episode 3 appropriately titled No, and thanks to Ryun Hovind for the email. They’ve disabled their embed vimeo capabilities, so visit their channel for your viewing pleasure. Enjoy!

Executive Producer: MeLisa Lomelino / Written By: Nathan Davis and MeLisa Lomelino / Film Editing By: Ryun Hovind / Original Theme By: Travis Krouse / Cinematography By: Christopher Rutkowski / Production Design By: David Nicholson / Sound Editing by: Alec Sherrie / Makeup & Hair By: Jackie Soriano / Costume Design By: Joquena Lomelino / Documentary Footage By: Eddi Garcia / Camera Operators: Neil Arellano and AJ Wedding / Sound Department: Steve Zelt [Mixer] & Jason Roberts [Boom Operator] / Script Coordinator: Patty Lerma / Production Assistants: Emily Waizenegger and Jessica Buchanan / Extras: Kris Kimberly

DMSR: Dance.Music.Sex.Romance – Episode II

Nazrn [Naserin Bogado], Karen Lovuk, Neudex and BJ Panda Bear are part of DANCE.MUSIC.SEX.ROMANCE [DMSR] created to have “a good time, for a great cause” communal fundraising effort. DMSR‘s event objective is to fuse art, music and fashion with the goal of raising funds to create jobs, attract business and encourage local fundraising.

DMSR presents Episode II is hosting a once-a-month event on Saturday, October 3 [10pm – 4am] @ 225 East 5th Street in Los Angeles, California 90014 to restore Los Angeles Downtown’s Firehouse #23. The Episode II event will be hosted by Filthy Rich, Miau, Still Life Photography and Your Muther.

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Pixers Still Life Photography and Jovie are shooting the guests and the music will be provided by DJ Cassette + Count rockuLA, The Divisions, Still Life, DJ Filthy Rich and Your Muther. You can RSVP @ and stalk DMSR @

Julia Roberts’ Eat, Pray, Love @ Hari Mandir

Julia Roberts shoots director Ryan Murphy’s Eat, Pray, Love – based on author Elizabeth Gilbert Eat, Pray, Love: One Woman’s Search for Everything Across Italy, India and Indonesia memoir – in Swami Dharmdev’s Hari Mandir ashram in the town of Pataudi near Delhi. A married Elizabeth Gilbert [Julia Roberts] who seemingly has it all and is trying to get pregnant, realizes that she’s not living the life she wants. She divorces her husband and sets off on a journey of self-discovery around the world.

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Richard Jenkins, Javier Bardem, Viola Davis, Billy Crudup and James Franco co-star in Eat, Pray, Love. Julia Roberts is repped by Rowena Arguelles, Kevin Huvane, Richard Lovett and Sally Willcox @ Creative Artists Agency (CAA), attorney Barry Hirsch @ Hirsch Wallerstein Hayum Matlof & Fishman and publicist Marcy Engelman @ Engelman & CO Public Relations.

Director Ryan Murphy is repped by Rowena Arguelles and Kevin Huvane @ Creative Artists Agency (CAA) and attorney Craig Emanuel @ Loeb & Loeb LLP.

Evelyn Salt’s Angelina Jolie @ Toys ‘R Us

Director Phillip Noyce’s Salt actress Angelina Jolie takes her clain – Pax, Zahara and Shiloh – to Toys ‘R Us in Toulon, France. Before becoming a CIA officer, Angelina Jolie’s Evelyn Salt swore an oath to duty, honor and country. Salt will prove loyal to these when a defector accuses her of being a Russian sleeper spy. Then goes on a run, using all her skills and years of experience as a covert operative to elude capture, protecting her husband and staying one step ahead of her CIA colleagues.


Salt rolls into theaters on Friday, July 23, 2010. Phillip Noyce is repped by Steve Rabineau @ United Talent Agency, attorney Sam Fischer @ Ziffren Brittenham LLP and manager Ross Fineman @ Fineman Entertainment.

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