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Animal Defenders International Review - Award Winning Action Documentary “Lion Ark”

Animal Defenders International Review - Award Winning Action Documentary “Lion Ark” "Lion Ark" is out on DVD in November and being promoted with a nationwide tour

Sylvia Review - It's a Dog's Life

Sylvia Review - It's a Dog's Life A four-footed furry stray who hopes she has found the home of her dreams with mild-mannered Greg and his wife Kate, Sylvia is a pooch with panache - and the occasional cynical gaffe - so how can Greg resist as she twists him around her little paw

Films and Interviews Review -Two Directors and a Star Talk about their New Movies

Films and Interviews Review -Two Directors and a Star Talk about their New Movies "Pushing Dead", "Strike a Pose"and "Kaleidoscope" are three of the many fine films recently screened at the 52nd Chicago International Film Festival; Tom E. Brown, Rupert Jones and Carlton Wilborn discuss their roles in the making of each

Glass House Distribution - Where Transparency Is The Key

Glass House Distribution  - Where Transparency Is The Key GLASS HOUSE DISTRIBUTION delivers to both filmmakers and buyers exactly what they advertise. A straightforward approach, transparency, fairness and hard work on the exceptional films they are offering at this year's American Film Market

2016 COTA - The Best Formula One Experience

2016 COTA - The Best Formula One Experience In 2016 COTA had the highest ever overall attendance during the race weekend. Over the three-day weekend there was a total record attendance of 269,889 people. Taylor Swift booked her only concert of 2016

Lucia di Lammermoor at the Lyric Opera Review – Hasn’t the poor girl suffered enough?

Lucia di Lammermoor at the Lyric Opera Review – Hasn’t the poor girl suffered enough? If you love the music of Lucia di Lammermoor and have always really wondered what it would look like gorgeously costumed and set in a gray box, you’re in luck. This production is what the Lyric Opera is offering from October 15 to November 6.

Up Close & Personal – Award-Winning Playwright Gail Parrish

Up Close & Personal – Award-Winning Playwright Gail Parrish Mrs. Gail Parrish is a Chicago-born playwright whose current production of LEAVINGS, is now running at the Greenhouse Theater Center, 2257 N. Lincoln Avenue now until November 20, 2016

The Maxim Halloween Party Review - The Hottest Party of the Season

The Maxim Halloween Party Review - The Hottest Party of the Season Produced by Karma International guests headed to the annual Halloween Bash in their sexiest costumes for an evening of spook-tacular fun

Habitat LA Builders Ball - Building a Stronger Community

Habitat LA Builders Ball - Building a Stronger Community Habitat for Humanity of Greater Los Angeles (Habitat LA) held its annual Los Angeles Builders Ball on recently at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel.

Singapore Airlines Travel Massive Event - Something for Everyone

Singapore Airlines Travel Massive Event - Something for Everyone On 10/25/16, Singapore Airlines hosted a Travel Massive Event in Santa Monica, California, to launch a new daily service from LAX to Seoul, Korea, beginning on 10/23/16 - as well as its resumption of nonstop flights from San Francisco to Singapore

WORLD PREMIERE OF LEAVINGS REVIEW - Burying Ghost Of The Past

WORLD PREMIERE OF LEAVINGS REVIEW -  Burying Ghost Of The Past The World Premiere of LEAVINGS written by award-winning playwright Gail Parrish and directed by Ashley Honore Roberson, now running through November 20, 2016, at The Greenhouse Theater Center, located at 2257 N. Lincoln Avenue.

6 movie summaries Review-Selections from Chicago's ongoing film festival

6 movie summaries Review-Selections from Chicago's ongoing film festival The 52nd Chicago International Film Festival, still underway, has presented a splendid array of choices from around the world- this review provides a glimpse into 6 of them

Forty-five Years of Forsythe- A Ballet Celebration Downtown L.A

Forty-five Years of Forsythe- A Ballet Celebration Downtown L.A In honor of “Celebrate Forsythe” dancers of three world-class companies are saluting one of the world’s most innovative choreographers in a triple bill performance at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion

Soviet Images and Sounds Review – CSO Chamber Music Series at the Art Institute of Chicago

Soviet Images and Sounds Review – CSO Chamber Music Series at the Art Institute of Chicago   The Chamber Music Series at The Art Institute of Chicago is a kind of hidden treasure that comes with a bonus

“It’s Time” at Ruskin Group Theatre Author Interview - A Story That Needs To Be Told

“It’s Time” at Ruskin Group Theatre Author Interview - A Story That Needs To Be Told "It’s Time” is about the enormity of life, the power of love, and the importance of acknowledging the contributions of all those who have contributed to making us who we are.

Resolution Review - A Queer Vintage Thriller for the Modern Era

Resolution Review - A Queer Vintage Thriller for the Modern Era With sweet, endearing characters and high-stakes plot, Resolution tackles gender and queerness from a fascinating and unconventional perspective

Gina Carey Films Completes Production on Faith-Based Feature Film "The Assumptions" - Female Filmmakers In The Spotlight

Gina Carey Films Completes Production on Faith-Based Feature Film "The Assumptions" - Female Filmmakers In The Spotlight Faith-based films like God’s Not Dead, Heaven Is For Real and Reconciliation proved to be huge box office hits. Gina Carey Films’ "The Assumptions" will warm your heart and renew your belief that there is still good in the world.

It's Time Review - You'll Know When

It's Time Review - You'll Know When Master monologist Paul Linke shares important moments in his life with humor and poignancy as he recounts being widowed at 38 with three very small children, a turning point in his life, and how love and hope worked together to create a healing

The Bottle Tree Review - The Lost Perspective

The Bottle Tree Review - The Lost Perspective STAGE LEFT THEATRE presents The World Premiere of The Bottle Tree written by Beth Kander and directed by Amy Szerlong, at the Theater Wit, located at 1229 W. Belmont, Now until November 20, 2016

The Turn of the Screw Review - Do You Believe in Ghosts?

The Turn of the Screw Review - Do You Believe in Ghosts? Henry James classic novella, adapted into a two-actor play by Jeffrey Hatcher, keeps the audience guessing: What happened to the last governess? Why are the two young children so strange? Who are those two fleeting presences who look familiar?

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