Yours in the Sisterhood: An Evening of Female Storytelling at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery

There’s nothing quite like driving into the Hollywood Forever Cemetery after dark, under the light of a blindingly bright full moon (or, more precisely, a super blue blood moon). Along with about a hundred other women and allies, I tiptoed around shadowy graves to the Masonic Lodge for the first meeting of The Secret Society of … Continue reading Yours in the Sisterhood: An Evening of Female Storytelling at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery

Secret’s Out: The Secret Society of The Sisterhood Comes to Los Angeles

If your interests include storytelling, celebrating human connectivity, and hanging out with a group of brilliant, diverse women in a cemetery under the light of a full moon, this event is for you. On January 31st, The Secret Society of The Sisterhood, a monthly, topical storytelling event, will launch its inaugural meeting at The Masonic Lodge … Continue reading Secret’s Out: The Secret Society of The Sisterhood Comes to Los Angeles

Get Your Pop Culture Fix at Vulture Festival Los Angeles

Calling all pop culture lovers: Are you feeling a little empty inside after realizing you blew through the new season of Stranger Things this Halloweekend? Did that fresh new trailer for Annihilation leave you chomping at the bit for Natalie Portman’s next performance? Perhaps you’re already missing the cast of Scandal even though there are still three episodes … Continue reading Get Your Pop Culture Fix at Vulture Festival Los Angeles

Homelands, Handmaids, and HerStories at the 2017 LA Times Festival of Books

With a captivating lineup, on-point panel topics, and several hundred book lovers willing to brave the rain, last year’s Festival of Books was certainly hard to beat. Though arguably, this year’s iteration may have been even better—and the sunny weather was only the beginning. The two-day event featured a similar format to years past, but … Continue reading Homelands, Handmaids, and HerStories at the 2017 LA Times Festival of Books

Fringe Benefits: A Review of the Hollywood Fringe Festival

In the month of June, I attended three productions at the Hollywood Fringe Festival. Truthfully, I didn’t know if any of them would be worthwhile, considering it was a little difficult navigating the Fringe’s seemingly never-ending schedule online. There were so many shows listed, I didn’t know what to choose or how to even begin to … Continue reading Fringe Benefits: A Review of the Hollywood Fringe Festival