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The Art of Dance: Cuban Style

  Going into the Deutsch Common’s Live about Pedro Ruiz, and his PBS Emmy-nominated film, “Coming Home,” I wasn’t really sure what to expect. After learning that Pedro was an acclaimed choreographer and dancer, I grew much more interested in his story. When Pedro was reminiscing [...]

Sip. Sip. Repeat.

The Deutsch LA Wine Club is alive and sipping. Once a month, a passionate group of wine lovers gathers to share, analyze, and discuss (and drink!) wines from all over the world. In March, we drank local and enjoyed a horizontal tasting of California. (Horizontal, [...]

SXSW Is Over. Now What?

  It seems like far too often, our daily lives are pretty routine.  We read the same publications on our commute, visit the same websites, and complete our responsibilities (and anything that goes along with them) as long as they are within our neat little [...]

Deutsch Headliners: BEGINNERS Take Stage at SXSW

Deutscher Sam Barbera Moonlights as a Musician Deutsch LA makes it a priority to foster a growing and diverse culture. Whether it’s funding the Side Project Project or hosting DLAMC (our Motorcycle Club), DLA is no stranger to supporting its employees’ personal ambitions. The latest example [...]

124 Eyeballs in a Jar

Click on the image above for a slideshow of the event. 124 eyeballs in a jar, a demon mechanical cat, a haunted office, a drone-flying ghost, and eerie posters – Is it the newest Halloween attraction in L.A?  Nope, just the highlights from Deutsch LA’s [...]

Halloween: A Costume Never Forgotten

“Halloween is a $6.9 Billion Unstoppable American Cultural Juggernaut.” In October 2013, Bloomberg writer Susan Berfield utilized this phrase to headline a short piece on national spending on, and participation in, Halloween. Redundant? Yes. But true? Absolutely. This year, more than half of our nation [...]