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Joe Bonamassa at the Fox Theatre Review - Blues On Steroids

Joe Bonamassa at the Fox Theatre Review - Blues On Steroids Joe Bonamassa, a fourth-generation musician born and raised in New Hartford, New York, has in all likelihood put more miles on a guitar than most veteran blues artists twice his age

Dame Myra Hess May Day Concert Review - A Rare Lyrebird Duet Treat

Dame Myra Hess May Day Concert Review - A Rare Lyrebird Duet Treat Lyrebird, a rare bird harp/flute duet treated the audience at the Dame Myra Hess Concert Series In Chicago Cultural Center

Award Night at the International Family Film Fest: Eighteen Years of Celebration

Award Night at the International Family Film Fest: Eighteen Years of Celebration Great Films receiving great awards

Museum of Contemporary Art Performance Review - More Noble Accents from Eighth Blackbird

Museum of Contemporary Art Performance Review - More Noble Accents from Eighth Blackbird Making a Chicago home for eighth blackbird performances is high on the list of the MCA’s achievements

About Face Theater’s Wonka Ball 2013 Review - Circus Maximus Delivers An Evening of Wonder and Merriment

About Face Theater’s Wonka Ball 2013 Review - Circus Maximus Delivers An Evening of Wonder and Merriment About Face Theater delivered big time on its promise of colossal entertainment, excessive elegance and inspired grandeur at the 17th annual WONKA BALL 2013: CIRCUS MAXIMUS, held on Friday, April 26, raising $85,000 for the theater

International Family Film Festival: Putting the Family Back Into Film

International Family Film Festival: Putting the Family Back Into Film Family filmmakers and writers learn from experts

Las Vegas' Leading Lights - Making Life Brighter for Those in Greatest Need

Las Vegas' Leading Lights - Making Life Brighter for Those in Greatest Need During the weekend of May 17-18, some of Las Vegas’ leading lights will be turning up the city’s already dazzling star wattage to make life a bit brighter for those in need. A star-studded collection of public figures, philanthropists, entertainers, and television and movie stars are coming together in a constellation of compassion to raise funds for American Humane Association, the country’s first national humane organization, local animal rescue efforts, and wounded warriors who need the healing care of a therapy dog

Oklahoma Review – Alive and Kicking at Seventy

Oklahoma Review – Alive and Kicking at Seventy OKLAHOMA, now playing at Lyric Opera of Chicago until May 19 is seventy. I find that hard to believe because it is so fresh and alive even at its advanced age. Don't miss it

Downton Abbey Honored In Celebration of Britweek in Santa Monica

Downton Abbey Honored In Celebration of Britweek  in Santa Monica  With the toe-tapping 1920s music of Richard Halpern & His Band filling the air of the Fairmont Miramar Hotel’s luscious outdoor setting, smiling guests arrived attired in their finest vintage costumes

The “Iceman” Killeth With Michael Shannon

The “Iceman” Killeth With Michael Shannon Shannon is currently starring in Ariel Vromen’s film “The Iceman” in which he plays contract hit man Richard Kuklinski. Among the film’s co-stars are Ray Liotta, Winona Ryder, David Schwimmer, Chris Evans, Robert Davi, and a James Franco cameo

Marissa Magdalena - Contemporary Art With Unconventional Materials

Marissa Magdalena - Contemporary Art With Unconventional Materials Every town has some bad things and some goods things about them. Though Marissa Magdelena, now living in L.A. sometimes gets flack for being from Bakersfield, CA she states, "I will defend its honor to my grave. There is no place I would rather hail from"

Forbidden Fruit Review - Raising Awareness of Censorship and Protecting Freedom of Expression

Forbidden Fruit Review - Raising Awareness of Censorship and Protecting Freedom of Expression “Freedom of expression is the foundation of all freedoms.” By raising awareness that freedoms we take for granted are not enjoyed by everyone, PEN Center protects writers who suffer censorship and persecution for expressing themselves in writing.

Death Takes a Holiday Review - Death Has Never Sounded So Good

Death Takes a Holiday Review - Death Has Never Sounded So Good The performers do their best despite the material in Circle Theatre's production of 'Death Takes a Holiday' at Stage 773

Orpheus Review – Pocket Opera Captures Essence of Offenbach’s Farce

Orpheus  Review – Pocket Opera Captures Essence of Offenbach’s Farce Jacques Offenbach cast his irreverent eye and ear on Gluck’s opera and the original myth and mused, “Hmm. I wonder what the real story was like?”

JDRF - Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation: Finding a Cure

JDRF - Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation: Finding a Cure A gala event fundraiser to fight Type 1 diabetes

CRUMBLE (Lay Me Down, Justin Timberlake) - Indie Playwright Playing Big in LA

CRUMBLE (Lay Me Down, Justin Timberlake) - Indie Playwright Playing Big in LA CRUMBLE (Lay Me Down, Justin Timberlake) Brings it's Best to Los Angeles

‘MoniKa’ Film Review

‘MoniKa’ Film Review The private industry screening of the revenge thriller 'MoniKa', written and directed by Steven R. Monroe, was held last night at The Lot/Audio Head in West Hollywood.

Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra 2013-14 Season- Director Jeffrey Kahane Marks 17th Year at Helm

Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra 2013-14 Season-  Director Jeffrey Kahane Marks 17th Year at Helm Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra (LACO), considered one of the nation’s premier orchestras as well as a leader in presenting wide-ranging repertoire and adventurous commissions, announces its 2013-14 season, its 45th, featuring a compelling mix of beloved masterpieces and genre-defying premieres from firmly established and notable up-and-coming composers

H.O.M.E - Grand Opening Celebration May 17, 2013

H.O.M.E - Grand Opening Celebration May 17, 2013 We have designed a healthy choice menu and paired it with Live Jazz/Blues in an intimate Supper Club Atmosphere

Pacific Boychoir Presents Rachmaninoff's Epic All-Night Vigil (Vespers), Op. 37 - Premiere Performance in Los Angeles

Pacific Boychoir Presents Rachmaninoff's Epic All-Night Vigil (Vespers), Op. 37 - Premiere Performance in Los Angeles Grammy-award winning Pacific Boychoir of Oakland, California, presents Sergei Rachmaninoff’s All-Night Vigil (Vespers), Op. 37 on Friday, May 10, 2013, 8 pm at First Congregational Church of Los Angeles

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