Richard Guzman, Whittier Daily News

Richard Guzman

Whittier Daily News

Los Angeles, CA, United States

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Recent:
  • Whittier Daily News
  • Daily Bulletin
  • L.A. Daily News
  • Redlands Daily Facts
  • The Sun
  • LB Press-Telegram
  • Pasadena Star News
  • Daily Breeze
  • SGV Tribune
Past:
  • O.C. Register
  • The Press-Enterprise
  • The Cannabist
  • Santa Cruz Sentinel

Recent articles by Richard:

Lucha VaVoom offers high-action wrestling with a Valentine’s Day twist

Catch high-flying wrestling moves, burlesque dancing and other wild stunts during these Valentine’s Day-themed shows at The Mayan in Downtown Los Angeles Feb. 8-9. → Read More

5 pizza places to try in Southern California on National Pizza Day

Pizza City Fest Los Angeles co-producer Steve Dolinsky offers his recommendations on places to grab a slice or a whole pie on Feb. 9. → Read More

‘Days of Punk’ exhibit showcases images of The Clash, Dead Kennedys and more – Daily News

The free exhibition, which documents the New York and Boston punk rock scenes of the ’70s-’90s, runs Feb. 4-March 19 at MOAH:CEDAR Art Gallery in Lancaster. → Read More

Natural History Museum’s First Fridays celebrates Fandoms & Fantasy

Dragons, witches, monsters and superheroes are the focus of this year’s First Fridays series at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, which kicks off on Feb. 3. → Read More

How comedians and slasher icons inspired Art the Clown in the ‘Terrifier’ films

David Howard Thornton, the actor that plays Art the Clown, talks about the inspiration behind the character ahead of his appearance at the Creep I.E. Con in Ontario on Feb. 4. → Read More

Halloween is a year-long celebration for Southern California conventions

With large-scale events in the area like Creep I.E. Con, Midsummer Scream and Monsterpalooza, the horror-business is rapidly expanding. → Read More

The Academy Museum celebrates Oscar Week by screening nominated short films

The Academy Museum of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences in Los Angels will host screenings of the nominated films before stars hit the red carpet at the Dolby Theatre on March 12. → Read More

How to get into these Southern California museums for free on Feb. 5

Dozens of local museums are participating in the Free-For-All Day. → Read More

3 must-taste menu items available during Cheeseburger Week in Pasadena

The city claims to be the birthplace of the cheeseburger and is celebrating the delicious invention with more than 40 restaurants participating in Cheeseburger Week Jan. 22-28. → Read More

10 places to celebrate Lunar New Year in Southern California

From savory eats and sweet treats to traditional dances, music and parades, here’s what a few places are doing to celebrate Lunar New Year. → Read More

Twisted Sister will reunite at the Metal Hall of Fame ceremony in Agoura Hills

Surviving members of the metal band will perform live during the induction ceremony at the Canyon Club on Jan. 26. → Read More

Pizza City Fest Los Angeles will make its debut at L.A. Live

The two-day festival, which started in Chicago last year, will feature panel discussions, several local pizza vendors and a variety of styles of pizza pies. → Read More

The cast of ‘Terrifier 2’ joins the celebrity guest lineup at Creep I.E. – San Gabriel Valley Tribune

The second annual horror con will take place Feb. 4-5 at the Ontario Convention Center. → Read More

The cast of ‘Terrifier 2’ joins the celebrity guest lineup at Creep I.E. – San Bernardino Sun

The second annual horror con will take place Feb. 4-5 at the Ontario Convention Center. → Read More

How ‘Weird Al’ Yankovic guitarist Jim West fell in love with Hawaiian music – Press Telegram

West is one of several artists performing at the annual Southern California Slack Key Festival in Redondo Beach on Jan. 15. → Read More

BeachLife 2023: The Black Keys, Gwen Stefani and The Black Crowes will headline

The three-day festival returns to Redondo Beach May 5-7. → Read More

Chocolate is the focus of this new Los Angeles exhibition

Learn the history behind and how to make chocolate inside La Plaza Cocina’s latest exhibition in downtown Los Angeles. → Read More

No reservations, no problem: 10 places for last-minute New Year’s Eve plans

These Southern California establishments will be open on New Year’s Eve with little or no cover charge, food, drinks and good times. → Read More

Here’s what to expect when Animé Los Angeles returns to Long Beach in January – Press Telegram

The three-day convention will feature concerts, cosplay, industry panels, shopping, a fashion show and more Jan. 5-8. → Read More

Jurassic Quest returns to Southern California as a walk-thru attraction

The popular drive-thru experience is now a walk-thru attraction that is coming to Los Angeles, Costa Mesa and Pasadena in December and January. → Read More