This endearing comedy proves to its audience that life isnt as hard as it looks and everyone can have a happy ending.
L7 celebrated the launch of www.greentiepoker.com at the Loews Beverly Hills Hotel on July 30, 2005.
What do pets, bowling and vodka have in common? They can raise money for a great cause -- children in need -- and that is just what they did at Lucky Strike Lanes, site of the first fundraiser for a new non-profit called Kids-n-Pets.
An eerie tale about a two American deserters who join forces with a small band of militaristic children to defeat a Nazi batallion in the final days of World War II
During a time when films are mass produced, modern screenplays often lack originality and sometimes are just not well performed. Luckily for film goers there is a bright point in the movie world as Disney emerges with characters that are real and relatable.
Superman. Lois Lane. Lex Luthor. Yup... theyre baa-aack
A laugh out loud movie.
Depending on how you shift, things can work going to the big screen. The shifting of Dukes is in for a rocky journey.
Kermit Meyers, a retired entrepreneur, came up with an idea that has helped 100,000 at-risk students learn to read
Elizabeth Taylor, one of the last great stars of Hollywood, amassed a collection of jewlery, haute couture and artwork so significant that international auction house Christie's believes their December sales will smash all known auction records
A sprawling Pink Carpet in conjunction with 97.1 AMP Radio’s “Pink month” will set the tone at the upcoming Project Ethos to be held on Friday, October 14th , 2011 at 8pm at the House of Blues Sunset Strip,which will benefit Stand Up To Cancer
Anyone who currently has tickets to the new production of "Lucia di Lammermoor at Lyric Opera of Chicago should consider oneself fortunate, indeed
Jennifer Garner - Pretty, Pregnant & In the Pink!
Tennis legend Andre Agassi and his hard-hitting spouse, Steffi Graf were on hand to witness the performance of the world’s most famous instrument – the Red Mendelsohn Stradivarius Violin
Dinner and a movie has undoubtedly been the standard American night out for decades. So it's no surprise that in Hollywood, the world capital of cinema arts, you can order hors d'oeuvres and watch the latest indie flick in one place.
The World Premiere of "Scott's Search For A Rose" is a well crafted story about a boy who grew up as a master of computers, but never a master of love. It is a tale of a computer geek's lifelong search for his soulmate.
R.S. Calls' play "Damages" opens the audience to the world of a man who as a child was sexually abused by a priest.
John Debney Receives The ASCAP Henry Mancini Award, Mark Snow Receives The Golden Note Award and a Special Celebration Marks the Centennial of Legendary Songwriter and Composer Harold Arlen
The Streeterville community will come together for an evening of fun and charity at the Museum of Contemporary Art
Part of the New York Musical Theatre Festival, "The Brain That Wouldn’t Die! In 3-D!!!" surely deserves a longer life here in New York