The Los Angeles Film Festival invites you to join in celebrating the true diversity of our great city.
" here I go again - My, my, how can I resist you?" Indeed, how can you resist seeing the international smash hit Mamma Mia! just once or twice for that matter? Three times is the charm and indeed, the Mandalay Bay Theatres production of Mamma Mia! is the best one that I have seen yet!
It made me laugh it made me cry, Best romantic comedy I can remember seeing!
Wicked - The Broadway hit graces the Los Angeles stage, blowing away it's audiences.
When a Chicago art dealer goes to North Carolina to meet her new husband's family, she discovers a whole new world called The South.
Laughing Matters… More! assembles another eclectic group of women comics who share their lives, their stories and keep us laughing
In traditional Carnivale style, masks and black tie are optional, fun and festivities are not! Bring a date or gather a group of friends and buy a table; this is an evening not to be missed!
Getting to know members of the cast and creative team of the London Hit - Sinatra at the London Palladium
Prix de Nuit is a prize for the best, most exiting and surprising new night-time initiative in Amsterdam.
Andrew Lau's INFERNAL AFFAIRS is a slick, fast moving, cops and robbers thriller
LA Winefest returns and better than ever. Saturday June 6 and Sunday June 7 from 2pm-6pm at Raleigh Studios in Hollywood, CA
The Music Institute of Chicago continued its 2011-2012 Faculty and Guest Artist concert series on Sunday with a stellar performance by the Fischoff National Chamber Competition champions the Calidore String Quartet
Summers Blockbusters is Here
An out-of-this world entertainment event for the summer. Kids say "two thumbs up"!
ASCAP honors Rhythm & Soul songwriters at its 18th Annual Rhythm & Soul Music Awards.
Exchange Office Help, Journalism, Programing, Cooking=Free Rent, Util
Arthur Christmas is a new age spin on a classic holiday tale.
To use a medical metaphor, The Los Angeles premiere of James Sherman’s comedy “The God of Isaac,” presented by the West Coast Jewish Theatre, could be described as “the operation was successful but the patient died.”
The Shorts Program #3 celebrates brevity in filmmaking
Popular design company tokidoki launches it's hip and trendy designed Barbie for Matel