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The Innocents Review - A Beautifully Crafted Film

The Innocents Review - A Beautifully Crafted Film "The Innocents"is a beautiful and moving film

Kickboxer Vengeance Review - a powerful and gripping reboot of the classic!

 Kickboxer Vengeance Review - a powerful and gripping reboot of the classic! There hasn’t been such an over the top martial arts action film since the great Bruce Lee

The Steve Miller Band at Ravinia Review — Keep on Rock’n Me Baby

The Steve Miller Band at Ravinia Review — Keep on Rock’n Me Baby The Steve Miller Band rocked Ravinia on their summer tour Underway with their greatest hits

Colors of the East Review – 2nd Annual Fundraising Gala

Colors of the East Review – 2nd Annual Fundraising Gala The Mandala South Asian Performing Arts celebrated its first year of operation, on Sunday, July 10th, 2016, with a benefit gala at Chicago’s Drake Hotel (140 E. Walton Place). It was an evening of culture, tradition, drinks, dinner and dance

Talent Resources Sports Gift Lounge Review - Merging Brands and Celebrities for the ESPY Awards

Talent Resources Sports Gift Lounge Review - Merging Brands and Celebrities for the ESPY Awards The ESPY Awards pays homage to some of todays biggest athletes in the sports industry. Donned 'the Oscars of Sports' Los Angeles was flooded with private events to celebrate the joyous occasion

China’s First Emperor and His Terracotta Warriors- Stand Face-to-Face with Ancient Chinese History

China’s First Emperor and His Terracotta Warriors- Stand Face-to-Face with Ancient Chinese History Step back into ancient China and revel in one of the greatest archeological finds of the 20th century, featured at the Field Museum- China's First Emperor and His Terracotta Warriors

WOW Creations Pre-Espy Gifting Suite - A Celebration of Athletes

WOW Creations Pre-Espy Gifting Suite - A Celebration of Athletes The ESPY Awards have become to athletes what the Oscars are to actors. With such a big event, there is no one who knows how to pamper athletes like WOW! Creations. They kicked off with the WOW! Creations Pre-Espy Gifting Suite held at the W Hotel

Grey Gardens Review - Alive with Memories

Grey Gardens Review - Alive with Memories Mother "Big Edie" and daughter "Little Edie" have lived together most of their lives in the Bouvier mansion in East Hampton, New York; their tale is one of riches to rags blended with family dysfunction and strained, unresolved mother/daughter issues

Batsu! Review — A Comedic Dinner Entertainment Show Unlike Any Other

Batsu! Review — A Comedic Dinner Entertainment Show Unlike Any Other Batsu! is unlike any other dinner entertainment and full of surprises that are sure to keep audience members laughing while enjoying a full menu and bar throughout the entire show

Roger Q. Mason Looks at LIZZY - Who Knew History Could be so Intriguing?

Roger Q. Mason Looks at LIZZY - Who Knew History Could be so Intriguing? Playwright Roger Q. Mason shares how he became interested in the tender yet volatile relationship between newly widowed Mary Todd Lincoln and Elizabeth Keckley, her seamstress, modiste, and confidante during Mary's days as First Lady

Three Summer Movie Reviews - Weiner, Les Cowboys and Free State of Jones

Three Summer Movie Reviews  - Weiner, Les Cowboys and Free State of Jones Summer is the slack season for good films and usually brings a host of mediocrities but there are a few very good things on the screen now

Cirque Du Soleil Presents TORUK – The First Flight Preview — A glimpse At The Show and Interview With Illinois Native Stacey Magiera

Cirque Du Soleil Presents TORUK – The First Flight Preview — A glimpse At The Show and Interview With Illinois Native Stacey Magiera Cirque du Soleil travels to Chicago with new show TORUK-The First Flight which is inspired by the movie Avatar and Illinois native Stacey Magiera will be performing in the show after performing with Cirque du Soleil for seven years in Las Vegas

Gay Heritage Month - Thalians Presidents Club - Yad Vashem Salute to Hollywood

Gay Heritage Month - Thalians Presidents Club - Yad Vashem Salute to Hollywood The Hollywood Museum celebrated “Gay Heritage Month” by partnership with LA City Council member, Mitch O’Farrell by presenting an engaging exhibition - their 3rd Annual Reel to Real, Portrayals and Perceptions of Gays in Hollywood

Idaho The Comedy Musical Review – New Show Delights Audiences at Smith Center Premier

Idaho The Comedy Musical Review – New Show Delights Audiences at Smith Center Premier A new show, Idaho The Comedy Musical, has audiences laughing as the spoof of Broadway musicals, most notably Oklahoma, takes to the stage thorough July 17 at Las Vegas' Smith Center with a goal of reaching Broadway

Theatre/Dinner Review - Romeo and Juliet Love's Battlefield Opens At The Prospect Dinner Theatre

Theatre/Dinner Review - Romeo and Juliet Love's Battlefield Opens At The Prospect Dinner Theatre A great dinner - theatre date for you to explore in Hollywood

Part 2 of 2016 One-Act Festival Review - It Keeps Getting Better

Part 2 of 2016 One-Act Festival Review - It Keeps Getting Better EST/LA continues its 2016 festival with Program C, six one-act pieces which again offer a wide variety of plays to spark the interest of heterogeneous audiences; two of the strongest one-actors are comedies guaranteed to keep the audience laughing

4 Ways Technology has Revolutionized Online Gaming

4 Ways Technology has Revolutionized Online Gaming Let’s be honest – people have been playing games to keep themselves entertained since the dawn of time. As soon as we had figured out the basics like fire,

Steep Theatre’s Wastwater Review- Starkly Dark, Superbly Acted

Steep Theatre’s Wastwater Review- Starkly Dark, Superbly Acted Steep Theatre performs Tony Award-Winning playwright Simon Stephens "Wastwater" immersing you in a dark, dark world

The Imaginary Invalid Review - Medicine is not Comedy

The Imaginary Invalid Review - Medicine is not Comedy Well-to-do Mme. Argan surrounds herself with medical remedies and her personal physician - all to ward off her imaginary ailments - and plans to marry off her daughter to her doctor's nephew, also a doctor, so that she can get free medical treatment

My Son the Waiter: A Jewish Tragedy Review – Brad Zimmerman in his Element

My Son the Waiter: A Jewish Tragedy Review – Brad Zimmerman in his Element In a world turned upside down, what can be better than to get away from it all and laugh for 90 minutes straight? To experience this, go see "My Son the Waiter: A Jewish Tragedy" at the North Shore Center for Performing Arts in Skokie

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