Yves Dharamraj (Cello) and Riko Higuma (Piano) returned to perform the WFMT-simulcast Dame Myra Hess Concert on May 15, delighting the audience with work from 16th, 19th and 20th Century musicians with a flair suggestive of their love of new music
Ethan Edwards is having an invitation only live performance of soul/house music on Tuesday May 21st from 8-11 pm. It will be held at Bar Nineteen12 at the Beverly Hills Hotel. Sounds will be provided by Maragakis, and drinks provided by Belveder Vodka
Greece has long been known for cinematic masters such as Theodoros Angelopoulos and Michael Cacoyannis. In the last three years, Greek cinema has become increasingly important in the world scene, gaining critical acclaim in prestigious festivals such as CANNES, VENICE, TORONTO and KARLOVY VARY. LAGFF gives the opportunity to U.S. audiences and the U.S. film industry to view and participate in its many depths
‘American Nudist’, the feature film written, produced and directed by Clinton H. Wallace, and based on the novel American Nudist: The Lost Journal, was voted as one of the most distinctive posters at this years Cannes by The Hollywood Reporter.
..graduating from Smith College and thinking ahead to her Yale Divinity degree, it’s unlikely her thoughts went to the day when she would spellbind audiences wearing a combination Fredericks of Hollywood teaser with prosthetic hook arms...
It's easy and fun to plug into the Chicago theater scene by watching award-winning playwrights develop their voice and a body of work at the Chicago Dramatist's Saturday Series--- play readings where you learn a lot and get entertained to boot
Natasha Blasick is a rising star in the world of entertainment. This native of Ukraine starred in the feature films Death of Evil, The Black Russian, Notes From The New World and mockbuster Paranoid Activity 2. Now based in Los Angeles, Natasha augments her busy acting schedule with modeling shoots and music projects
Global Women's Empowerment Network (GWEN) hosted a private screening of "Girl Rising", a poignant and powerful documentary which illustrates the importance of education to a girl living in a developing country and it's impact on the world