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Tyler Bates Music Composer of the Guardians of the Galaxy‏

Tyler Bates Music Composer of the Guardians of the Galaxy‏ Tyler Bates is definitely a role model as a composer, songwriter, and producer in the competitive category of scoring in the film industry He is the composer of Guardians of the Galaxy which has become the highest grossing movie of 2014

8th Annual Los Angeles Chocolate Salon Review - A Chocolate Connoisseur's Paradise

8th Annual Los Angeles Chocolate Salon Review - A Chocolate Connoisseur's Paradise Chocolate lovers of all ages came out to enjoy this premier and decadent event in the Los Angeles area

A Guide to Visiting New York for Those Who Don't Like Big Cities

A Guide to Visiting New York for Those Who Don't Like Big Cities There's a lot to love about New York City: Broadway, fine dining, amazing shopping, and sights and sounds you won't hear anyplace else on earth

Chicago turns pink in October Preview - Promoting Early Detection for Breast Cancer

Chicago turns pink in October Preview - Promoting Early Detection for Breast Cancer   This October, Chicago’s skyline and buildings will be colored by pink lights, banners and flags in collaboration with the Lynn Sage Cancer Research Foundation (LSCRF) to raise awareness about breast cancer and the importance of breast self-exams

The Catalina Film Festival - A Celebration of Film on a Magical Island

The Catalina Film Festival - A Celebration of Film on a Magical Island The Catalina Film Festival (CFF) took over famed Santa Catalina Island to honor William H. Macy, Andy Garcia, Roman Coppola and Nicolas Cage while showcasing the best of the best in Independent Filmmaking.

American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Celebrates 20 Years of FACE TO FACE: The National Domestic Violence Project

American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Celebrates 20 Years of FACE TO FACE: The National Domestic Violence Project FACE TO FACE will commemorate the 20-year anniversary of helping women regain control of their lives this October

The Night Alive at Steppenwolf Theatre, Review – Mesmerizing and Mysterious

The Night Alive at Steppenwolf Theatre, Review – Mesmerizing and Mysterious The Night Alive by Connor McPherson, now playing at Steppenwolf Theatre until November 16, is a story about five flawed individuals who are stumbling in the dark searching for light in their lives

Bethany Review - Where Have All The Saturn Dealerships Gone?

Bethany Review - Where Have All The Saturn Dealerships Gone? Homes are repossessed and characters must make tough choices in this dark thriller/comedy set in the financial collapse of 2009

Chicago International Film Festival Preview - Fifty Years and the Promise of More Great Films

Chicago International Film Festival Preview - Fifty Years and the Promise of More Great Films In its 50th year the Chicago International Film Festival is going strong as those who attended the kick-off learned. See what delights await you

‘The Dinner Party’ Review — Like a Dinner Party in Your Own Home, Only with Better Food and Guests

‘The Dinner Party’ Review — Like a Dinner Party in Your Own Home, Only with Better Food and Guests Eat, drink and listen in on the conversation at City Winery

Up Close and Personal with Brendan Gleeson

Up Close and Personal with Brendan Gleeson  Dublin’s Brendan Gleeson is one of those actors who always manages to crawl inside a character’s skin, creating fully actualized, riveting performances

Cicely Tyson Wows in “The Trip to Bountiful” on Stage at the Ahmanson

Cicely Tyson Wows in “The Trip to Bountiful” on Stage at the Ahmanson Cicely Tyson as Mrs. Carrie Watts brilliantly shines in Horton Foote’s “The Trip to Bountiful,” a revival production currently on stage at the Ahmanson Theatre

Celebrities and Government Officials will Mingle at a Red Carpet Building Renaming Reception to Celebrate the Generous Gift given to The Jeffrey Foundation

Celebrities and Government Officials will Mingle at a Red Carpet Building Renaming Reception to Celebrate the Generous Gift given to The Jeffrey Foundation The Margie and Robert E. Petersen Foundation has made a transformative gift of $1.2 million to support the Jeffrey Foundation which will pay off its buildings mortgages

Dog Days of Summer 2014 Review – An Air Force Base Offers a Great Day for Dogs

Dog Days of  Summer 2014 Review – An Air Force Base Offers a Great Day for Dogs Pet Dogs have their own Summer Day at the swimming pool at an Air Force Base to cool out, dive in the water, doggy paddle and overall have fun

On The Razzle at Theatre West Review – The Razzle with a Dazzle of Farce

On The Razzle at Theatre West Review – The Razzle with a Dazzle of Farce Set in Vienna at the turn of the 20th Century, “On The Razzle” follows the hilarious adventures of two naughty, bumpkin grocery assistants, Weinburl and Christopher, who shirk duty to experience one joyful day in the big city

Theatre Review: Young Frankenstein - DOMA never disappoints

Theatre Review: Young Frankenstein - DOMA never disappoints A hilarious recapping of Mel Brooks' comedy

Chicago Sinfonietta and Mucca Pazza at Symphony Center Review- Kindred Spirits Leave Audience Beaming Smiles

Chicago Sinfonietta and Mucca Pazza at Symphony Center Review- Kindred Spirits Leave Audience Beaming Smiles Chicago Sinfonietta teams with Mucca Pazza punk marching band to totally delight

David Bowie Exhibit at MCA Review – Tribute to a Music and Fashion Icon

David Bowie Exhibit at MCA Review – Tribute to a Music and Fashion Icon The David Bowie exhibit is currently at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago, its only American tour. He has led a career in pop, music, fashion, art, and theater, with contemporary reinventions. (Sep. 23rd, 2014 - Jan. 4th, 2015)

Two Faces of January Film Review – Lackluster, Light and Simple

Two Faces of January Film Review – Lackluster, Light and Simple Attention to detail for the 1960s era film is especially enjoyable, from the sound of the ring of the phone to the airport furniture to vintage wardrobe. Lighting and music score enhanced the mythology; however the overall production is simple.

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