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Entries by Xaque Gruber from 12/2012

Karen Carpenter Meets Judy Blume in a Glorious Musical at Hollywood's Hudson Theatre

| Posted 12.04.2012 | Los Angeles

Calling occupants of the 1970s (and those who may have wished to experience the decade, but weren't born yet) run don't walk this weekend to the Hudson Theatre's gloriously fun Are You There God, It's Me Karen Carpenter.

Justin Chambers' Broken Roads, an Indie Film Gem

| Posted 12.14.2012 | Los Angeles

Aglow with warmth and emotional power, Broken Roads is one of the year's finest family dramas with powerhouse performances across the board.

Solving L.A.'s Homeless Dog Epidemic, Part One: The Rescuers

| Posted 12.14.2012 | Green

After adopting his first dog last year, a pit bull named Trooper, Emmy-nominated television producer, Michael Levitt, felt compelled to go further, and added animal rescue -- specifically pit bulls -- to his slate of productions.

Remembering the One and Only Donna Summer

| Posted 12.26.2012 | Entertainment

A unique trailblazer that defied categorization, Donna Summer had a great voice that mattered. While her anthems remain pop culture staples, there's a world of her music that most may not be familiar with. Here are 20 of her best singles that missed the Billboard Top 10.