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Cheese Week in New York Review - Cheese Moves to the Top of the Board

Cheese Week in New York Review - Cheese Moves to the Top of the Board The French have been celebrating Cheese Day Paris and they exported the event to the states this year, where it expanded to Cheese Week in New York, Feb. 21st to 26th

LA Art Book Fair 2017 (LAABF2017) Review - Community, Unity Drawn by Art and Art Makers

LA Art Book Fair 2017 (LAABF2017) Review -  Community, Unity Drawn by Art and Art Makers Printed Matter Presents LA Art Book Fair 2017 (LAABF2017) . Where over 40,000 attendees gather with an international art community of art book makers and art projects.

APUC returns Preview- Asian Pop-Up Cinema returns to Chicago in it's 4th Season with 18 great films

APUC returns Preview- Asian Pop-Up Cinema returns to Chicago in it's 4th Season with 18 great films The Asian Pop-Up Cinema Film Festival returns to Chicagoland for it's 4th season with 18 great films

Fun Home Los Angeles Review - The Elephant in the Room

Fun Home Los Angeles Review - The Elephant in the Room At three different critical periods in her life, Alison Bechdel must come to terms with her sexuality, her relationship with her gay father, and her search for meaning in the mysteries of life - a musical based on her graphic memoir

Die, Mommie, Die! Review - Finally, a Truly Dysfunctional Family

Die, Mommie, Die! Review - Finally, a Truly Dysfunctional Family Aging, has-been film star Angela wants to spend her twilight years with hunky, young Tony - but her husband Sol, a sleazy movie producer, may stand in the way - so Sol must go - and now her two strange children may seek revenge for pop's death

Forever Plaid Review - Doo-Wop is Back!

Forever Plaid Review - Doo-Wop is Back! Forever Plaid, a guy group from the 1950's, never made it to their very first performance because of a fatal auto accident; 50 years later, they get a second chance to strut their stuff in front of a live audience - it's the stuff dreams are made of

Live Die Live Again Review - From Death to Life and Love

Live Die Live Again Review - From Death to Life and Love Author Ron Irwin is an occasional contributor to Splash Magazines Worldwide. A review of his recent book follows

Rafael Moreira Review – The Force Behind Magnetico

Rafael Moreira Review – The Force Behind Magnetico Brazilian-born Rafael Moreira has defined the road to what it takes to remain on top of the game

Il Trittico Review – West Bay Opera Scores Again

Il Trittico Review – West Bay Opera Scores Again For me, a West Bay Opera is a treat, almost any opera but especially "Il Trittico", which I had the pleasure of seeing on Sunday, February 19th. Grab your tickets, two more chances

Yossi Dina: Entrepreneur, Founder, and CEO of The World Famous Beverly Hills Pawn - The Dina Collection

Yossi Dina: Entrepreneur, Founder, and CEO of The World Famous Beverly Hills Pawn - The Dina Collection Yossi Dina is internationally known for the reality television series Beverly Hills Pawn. For over twenty-five years Dina has been offering collateral loans to the residence of Beverly Hills, the rich and famous, and beyond.

One Love: Benefiting San Francisco International Hip Hop DanceFest Review - Unity Through Dance

One Love: Benefiting San Francisco International Hip Hop DanceFest Review -  Unity Through Dance One Love benefiting the San Francisco International Hip Hop DanceFest embodies open mindedness, unconditional acceptance, and the empowering force of San Francisco and the Hip Hop culture

Review of Salome at LAOpera--A Fascinating Interpretation of an Iconic Story

Review of Salome at LAOpera--A Fascinating Interpretation of an Iconic Story Patricia Raceme creates petulant obsessive Salome in the title role at LA Opera

33 Variations Review - A Meeting of Minds

33 Variations Review - A Meeting of Minds 200 years separate music genius Beethoven and musicologist Katherine Brandt; yet their lives parallel each other - evident when Katherine goes to Germany to figure out why Beethoven became obsessed with a few musical notes and so wrote 33 variations

946: The Amazing Story of Adolphus Tips Review - Incredible but True

946: The Amazing Story of Adolphus Tips Review - Incredible but True When American soldiers come to the English countryside during World War II, things in the bucolic little village are sure to change - and change they do for each of the residents and Adolphus, a Yank private, as all prepare for the Normandy invasion

Zoot Suit Review - Pride and Prejudice 2017

Zoot Suit Review - Pride and Prejudice 2017 Chicano Henry Reyna and 22 members of the 38 Street gang - all proudly sporting their zoot suits - are accused of murder, convicted in a sham trial, and sent to prison for life - marking but one event in the racially charged, 1940's LA landscape

THE SCOTTSBORO BOYS at Porchlight Music Theatre, Review – Boldly Revising a Grisly Chapter in American History as a Musical Comedy

THE SCOTTSBORO BOYS at Porchlight Music Theatre, Review – Boldly Revising a Grisly Chapter in American History as a Musical Comedy THE SCOTTSBORO BOYS now playing at Porchlight Theatre through March 12th tells the true story, performed as a minstrel show, of nine African-American teenagers accused of an horrendous crime they did not commit

Fried Chicken and Latkes at The Braid in Santa Monica - Interview with Rain Pryor Writer/Actress

Fried Chicken and Latkes at The Braid in Santa Monica -  Interview with Rain Pryor Writer/Actress It is a comical and heart-wrenching story about growing up Black and Jewish in a politically incorrect era. The journey reveals how she finds her identity in both worlds

"At the Table" Review- Broken Nose Theatre Shines in a Play about Real Communication

"At the Table" Review- Broken Nose Theatre Shines in a Play about Real Communication "At the Table" is a study in interpersonal communication and coming to grips with one's identity in a group; Broken Nose Theatre does a fine job presenting Michael Perlman's play

"Dynamic Duos" Review- The Chicago Philharmonic at The North Shore Center for the Performing Arts

"Dynamic Duos" Review- The Chicago Philharmonic at The North Shore Center for the Performing Arts On February 12, the Chicago Philharmonic continued its "Love" season with a concert honoring great friends and lovers. Beautifully performed with double flutes and trumpets, it was an audience pleaser and a herald of St.Valentine's Day

Mavis Staples at Symphony Center Review- The Kennedy Center Honoree is "Livin' on a High Note"

Mavis Staples at Symphony Center Review- The Kennedy Center Honoree is "Livin' on a High Note" Mavis Staples with Music Director Rick Holstrom, vocalists and band put on a joyful Special Concert at Symphony Center

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