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Big Fish Review – Heartfelt Musical Loses Something in Lower-Budget Production

Big Fish Review – Heartfelt Musical Loses Something in Lower-Budget Production It’s easy to see how a classic father-son tale riddled with fantastical storytelling would be touching and appealing to audiences. Unfortunately, the Jedlicka Performing Arts Center fails to deliver

Leonino (aka Jorge González) - Get's Naked.

Leonino (aka Jorge González) - Get's Naked. Jorge González of legendary Latin American band Los Prisioneros, is now back again as Leonino with Naked Tunes

The 2014 Opening Season of the Historic Saratoga Race Course and Festivities - Saratoga Springs NY

The 2014 Opening Season of the Historic Saratoga Race Course and Festivities - Saratoga Springs NY Saratoga Springs has been known as THE summer place to visit for over 100 years. Its top destination is the world-class thoroughbred horse racing at the Saratoga Race Course, as well as the mineral springs, entertainment and great restaurants.

Sacred Elephant at the Odyssey Theatre - Intimate and Compelling

Sacred Elephant at the Odyssey Theatre - Intimate and Compelling Jeremy Crutchley takes the audience to the essence of the elephant and shows why he must be rescued from his cruel fate at the hands of humans

One In The Chamber - "A Powerhouse of a Play"

One In The Chamber - "A Powerhouse of a Play" Six years ago, a ten-year-old boy accidentally shot and killed his little brother. Now, we meet his whole family. One In The Chamber brings to life a dysfunctional family drama that explores the effects of gun violence in one American family.

Segerstrom Center Performing Arts Review – Segerstrom’s 2013/2014 Season, Part Five: Natalia Osipova and Ivan Vasiliev: Solo for Two

Segerstrom Center Performing Arts Review – Segerstrom’s 2013/2014 Season, Part Five: Natalia Osipova and Ivan Vasiliev: Solo for Two Ballet veterans Osipova and Vasiliev exude grace and passionate stage chemistry in this Orange County debut

Crosby, Stills and Nash Ravinia Concert Review – 45 Years of Folk Rock

Crosby, Stills and Nash Ravinia Concert Review – 45 Years of Folk Rock On Saturday, July 19th, the timeless and Grammy award-winning folk-rock "super group," Crosby, Stills, and Nash, performed for their third season at Ravinia Festival in Highland Park, Illinois

Daria Protsenko - A Gift from Moscow

Daria Protsenko - A Gift from Moscow Daria Protsenko began her career at age 17 in the Russian capital, Moscow

Siddharth Film Review - I Loved and was Very Moved by this Powerful Film

Siddharth Film Review - I Loved and was Very Moved by this Powerful Film Mehta is a director who is destined to make more great films. Siddharth just opened at Opera Plaza, the Rafael (San Rafael), and the Shattuck (Berkeley)

LA Times, The Taste Transforming Paramount Pictures Studios’ Backlot into the Ultimate Epicurean Pop-up and Block Party Friday, August 29th through Sunday, August 31st

LA Times, The Taste Transforming Paramount Pictures Studios’ Backlot into the Ultimate Epicurean Pop-up and Block Party Friday, August 29th through Sunday, August 31st Culinary Stars and Acclaimed Restaurants Bring Flavor to Los Angeles Times The Taste this coming Labor Day Weekend

A Midsummer Saturday Night’s Fever Dream Theatre Review – The Troubadours Invade Garden Grove…with Hilarious, Sidesplitting Results

A Midsummer Saturday Night’s Fever Dream Theatre Review – The Troubadours Invade Garden Grove…with Hilarious, Sidesplitting Results The LA Based Troubadours makes a smashing debut at Shakespeare Orange County, combining Shakespeare…and (gulp) disco

The Rising Movie Celebrates 100 Year Anniversary In Irish History

The Rising Movie Celebrates 100 Year Anniversary In Irish History Award winning Irish filmmaker Kevin McCann of the Maccana Teoranta production company is set to bring the details of the Easter Rising in April of 1916 to life in his new film “The Rising.”

The Story of The Marvelettes Review – Glitzy And Poignant

The Story of The Marvelettes Review – Glitzy And Poignant The World Premiere of "The Story of The Marvelettes" Written by Reginald Williams and directed by Rueben D. Echoles at the The Black Ensemble Theater Cultural Center is a “must see” production

“Alive Inside: A Story of Music and Memory” movie review – Music’s Healing Powers

“Alive Inside: A Story of Music and Memory” movie review – Music’s Healing Powers In many wonderful moments we witness those transformations unfold—seeing joy and gratitude on all the respondents’ faces as they're experiencing the music from their younger days. Some even manage to carry a tune!

The First MPK Monterey Park Night Market is Friday, July 25th

The First MPK Monterey Park Night Market  is Friday, July 25th Monterey Park Night Market is free and open to the public, the monthly event will take place in Barnes Park from 5 to 10:30 pm one Friday of each month

Angeleno "Best of" SOS Benefit Party Lives Up to Its Name

Angeleno "Best of" SOS Benefit Party Lives Up to Its Name Angeleno magazine lived up to its trademark motif of “Modern Luxury” at its Live & Dine L.A. Event. The plates were paper and the cutlery was plastic but the booth signs reading, “masterfully prepared by…” rang true.

Del Mar Opening Day - The Jewel Wrap Up

Del Mar Opening Day - The Jewel Wrap Up Del Mar Racetrack Opening Day 2014 was an amazing experience. For years it has been a destination spot for many from hats to horses your sure to be entertained

Beautiq - Beauty App Launch Party 7-22 at Skybar

Beautiq - Beauty App Launch Party 7-22 at Skybar The event launching the app will take place on Wednesday, July 23rd, at the Skybar, Mondrian Hotel at 8440 Sunset Blvd in Los Angeles and will benefit the Charity 'Locks of Love'

Boyhood Review – An Extraordinary Film

Boyhood Review – An Extraordinary Film Boyhood is an extraordinary film made in an extraordinary way by an extraordinary director. Linklater shows us a family over a period of 12 years by shooting 3 to 4 days of footage annually over those 12 consecutive years with the same actors

Grant Park Music Festival Plays Dvorak and Beethoven Review-Hough's Virtuosity Highlights

Grant Park Music Festival Plays Dvorak and Beethoven Review-Hough's Virtuosity Highlights Grant Park Musical Festival rolls along, highlighted by British pianist's brilliance and fine interpretation of Beethoven's "Pastoral"

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