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Roger Guenveur Smith on “Juan and John”

Roger Guenveur Smith’s new play, “Juan and John,” opens today at the Kirk Douglas Theatre in Los Angeles. The play is based on the famous 1965 incident between the San Francisco Giants’ Juan Marichal and the Los Angeles Dodgers’ John … Continue reading

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Three Questions for David Eddington

David Eddington grew up in England where he attended art school and now lives and works in Venice, California. His work has been exhibited internationally. For Eddington, art is in the experience. He recalls one moment that helped define his … Continue reading

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Real Street Art and L.A. Legacies

When Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) Director Jeffrey Deitch whitewashed Blu’s image of coffins wrapped in dollar bills he joined a long legacy of mural and graffiti censors in Los Angeles that probably started in 1932 when the city covered … Continue reading

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The Beginning

Welcome to The American Show, a new multimedia blog about life in the USA, the greatest reality show on earth. Ours is a mediated society where nothing seems real until it’s in the media. Watch is what we do. We … Continue reading

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