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The 'Ugly Betty' Reunion at the ATX Television Festival 2016 - Eventful

The 'Ugly Betty' Reunion at the ATX Television Festival 2016 - Eventful The fifth annual of ATX Television Festival 2016 brought together the unforgettable cast of the “Ugly Betty” from ABC Network for a Saturday night reunion in Austin, Texas

ATX Television Festival Opening Night Red Carpet - “Queen of the South” from USA Network

ATX Television Festival Opening Night Red Carpet - “Queen of the South” from USA Network ATX Television Festival 2016 #ATXTVs5 had its opening night red carpet at Austin Paramount Theatre. Television Festival kicked off its opening night with a red carpet and premiere of the pilot episode of the upcoming drama named Queen of the South

Writer/Composer Kyle Jarrow Muses on LOVE KILLS Concert Reading Coming to Steppenwolf

Writer/Composer Kyle Jarrow Muses on LOVE KILLS Concert Reading Coming to Steppenwolf Kyle Jarrow discusses the themes, background, and relevance of his emo rock musical, LOVE KILLS, being presented for a concert reading at Steppenwolf July 1 - 3

"The Art of Falling", Hubbard Street + The Second City Review- An amazing collaboration between Second City and Hubbard Street Dance Chicago

"The Art of Falling",  Hubbard Street + The Second City Review- An amazing collaboration between Second City and Hubbard Street Dance Chicago Hubbard Street+ The Second City's "The Art of Falling" is an enthralling and imaginative collaboration that combines the best of comedy and choreography

Dark Garden Boutique Review - The San Francisco Couture Corset Atelier

Dark Garden Boutique Review - The San Francisco Couture Corset Atelier Dark Garden is a San Francisco Destination Boutique, known for custom Corsets, Bridal Ensembles, and Costumes. Stars such as Dita Von Tease and Christina Aguilera are regulars. Its like a Parisian Atelier that's fun, sexy, and friendly to all

Second City Presents Breakout Comedy Festival Review – A Talented Group of Performers

Second City Presents Breakout Comedy Festival Review – A Talented Group of Performers The Second City and NBCUniversal's Breakout Comedy Festival hosted by Tim Meadows was a night full of talented and diverse comedians, actors and singers

Knott’s Berry Farm Ghost Town Alive! – Bringing the Old West Experience to Knott’s

Knott’s Berry Farm Ghost Town Alive! – Bringing the Old West Experience to Knott’s This year marks the 75th anniversary of Ghost Town for the Knott’s Berry Farm family and its visitors, but that is not all. Now through September 9th you can experience Ghost Town Alive

"The Body of An American" Review- Stage Left Theatre Company's documentary drama rings true

"The Body of An American" Review- Stage Left Theatre Company's documentary drama rings true "The Body of An American", a documentary drama, is currently being staged by Stage Left Theatre Company at Theater Wit, 1229 W. Belmont- It's an absorbing tale of human connectedness

The Secret Garden - A New Theatre is Born

The Secret Garden - A New Theatre is Born THE SECRET GARDEN follows eleven-year-old orphan Mary Lennox on her return to Yorkshire, England from India. Very lonely, Mary explores the grounds of her new home to discover a magic garden that once belonged to her Uncle’s wife, Mary

NOW They Make it Legal - Reflections of an Aging Baby Boomer

 NOW They Make it Legal - Reflections of an Aging Baby Boomer NOW They Make it Legal: Reflections of an Aging Baby Boomer

Light Opera Works Presents My Fair Lady Review – From a Common Girl to a Proper Young Lady

Light Opera Works Presents My Fair Lady Review – From a Common Girl to a Proper Young Lady Eliza Doolittle is faced with a challenge when she meets phonetics professor Henry Higgins. But, with the help from Mr. Higgins and Colonel Pickering, Eliza is able to become a proper young lady from a common flower girl

Up Close & Personal with Actress Entrepreneur Esther Marie

Up Close & Personal with Actress Entrepreneur Esther Marie I got the pleasure of meeting the beautiful and charming Esther Marie who is an actress and entrepreneur. Her burgeoning career in acting has also fuelled her love of the arts and expression of her creativity by making her own jewelery line.

Gregory Porter at the Chicago Symphony Review - Be Good because Porter was Good

Gregory Porter at the Chicago Symphony Review - Be Good because Porter was Good The latest show in the Jazz Series at the Chicago Symphony featured the Marquis Hill Blacktet as an opening act before the smooth vocal stylings of Gregory Porter.

Griffin’s “Bat Boy” Review – Talent-Fueled Explosion of Fun

Griffin’s “Bat Boy” Review – Talent-Fueled Explosion of Fun "Bat Boy" is multi-layered satire that makes you laugh out loud and showcases the rock star talents of its cast

The Witness Film Review – Gripping, Compelling, Emotional

The Witness Film Review –  Gripping, Compelling, Emotional The Witness sheds new light on the details of the notorious Kitty Genovese murder case. The film also explores the dangers of irresponsible journalism and the desire for closure. The Witness is as compelling as it is somber

Speaking in Tongues Review - Feelings and Emotions are Unpredictable

Speaking in Tongues Review - Feelings and Emotions are Unpredictable This play explores that complex intertwining and tangling of marital relationships - especially when one or both of the spouses is looking beyond marriage for a little excitement - and maybe love

Gilda Awards - ABC Mother's Day Luncheon - Concern Field of Dreams

Gilda Awards - ABC Mother's Day Luncheon - Concern Field of Dreams Patrick Wayne, son of the iconic actor John Wayne, presented the Women of Achievement Award to actress Donna Mills (Knot’s Landing) and was joined by co-stars Michelle Lee & Joan Van Ark

Lookingglass Theatre’s “Thaddeus and Slocum” Review – Racism Vaudeville Style

Lookingglass Theatre’s “Thaddeus and Slocum”  Review – Racism Vaudeville Style Lookingglass Theatre Company's "Thaddeus and Slocum: A Vaudeville Adventure" takes on the topic of "passing"

Home/Sick Review - Profiling 1960's Radical Students

Home/Sick Review - Profiling 1960's Radical Students A group of six SDS activist students organize in 1962 to change society; their initial dreams for a better America gradually grow more radical when they form The Weathermen, where violence is a given and they are forced to go underground

Movie Review - The God Cells - A Controversial Method for Saving and Improving Lives

Movie Review - The God Cells - A Controversial Method for Saving and Improving Lives If you are sick and feel hopeless, there might be something you can do

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