The joint was rocking & rolling at SHARE’s Boomtown Gala, when the Grammy Award winning R& B band, The Temptations Review, featuring Dennis Edwards performed at the Beverly Hilton
Supporters of the American Humane Association gathered at a Gatsby themed Gala to raise funds for the organization which supports local animal rescue efforts and wounded warriors and to honor friends of the group
The City Winery’s Memorial Day Blue Grass Festival brought to Chicago enough toe tapping yodeling fun to lighten the spirits of the most hardened music critic
The North Shore Chamber Music Festival, in Northbrook, Illinois takes place on June 5, 7 and 8, 2013 and is becoming known as an “inspired summer event not to be missed” for Chicagoans and travelers alike
Instead of saying Ole, say Oy Vey
“The band is really positive and its amazing.” explains Corrigan, “Our friendships are stronger than before.” Dispatch will be playing live at the Greek Theatre in Berkeley, CA on June 15th-this is a show you do not want to miss
Marzia Paparini an Italian Costume Designer, began to work in show business 2003 in theater costumes production. She was part of the team of designers, under the direction, Luca Ronconi, during the Olympic Winter Games in Turin in 2006
In "Homecoming 1972" we revisit a time when returning Vietnam Veterans could not find a place or way to feel normal.
Last Tuesday, May 21st, the Avalon in Hollywood turned into a full-blown dance utopia thanks in part to music from Classixx, Dragonette and The Presets.
"Scenes from the Stone Age: The Cave Paintings of Lascaux" currently at Chicago's Field Museum provides astounding insights into the dawn of humanity
HOW SWEET IT IS is an interesting spin on the classic mob story, infusing it with a bit of heart, soul and dance.
Scott Wilcox has been writing music since the age of 12; making up songs since three. He doesn’t believe he’s ever had a time where he felt inspired to be a songwriter. He just is
South Coast Repertory’s The Fantasticks serves as a perfect theatrical finale for its 2012/2013 season
"UP and IN: Seven Keys to Unlocking Your Potential" by Steve Kubicek
My husband and I just had to see Harold Lloyd's "Safety Last" playing only until May 27th at the Music Box Theatre. What a treat! Don't miss it
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Relive the Dada times in a multimedia performance inspired by the renegade German dance-theater-film artist Valeska Gert
The L. A. Chamber Orchestra (LACO) concluded its 44th season with an eclectic mix of historical and contemporary music, including the US premiere of Gonzalez-Pioli's The Love of Zero and Shostakovitch's Cello Concerto No 1 featuring Alisa Weilerstein
"Lights of Compassion" weekend in Las Vegas shined the lights on our animal friends and the work of the American Humane Association with a kick-off afternoon tea at the Bellagio which included fashions for folks and pets
Natalija Ugrina is a model and actress from Split, Croatia. She started her modeling career at the early age of 16 and two years later, she moved to Rome