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Sur le Mur Presents: LA to London Street Week (Review)

Sur le Mur Presents: LA to London Street Week (Review) Each artists’ work couldn’t have been more different just like the artists themselves. It was an extremely fun experience interviewing all three of them. Each had an intriguing story or experience to share alongside their artistic form

New York Philharmonic Review - Spellbinds Davies Hall with Precise Clarity of Expression

New York Philharmonic Review - Spellbinds Davies Hall with Precise Clarity of Expression Seldom is the New York Philharmonic heard in all its glory as in this past Friday evening’s concert in San Francisco’s Davies Hall

Graceland - The Home of Elvis Presley

Graceland - The Home of Elvis Presley Graceland is a must stop for anyone visiting Memphis

The World's First Computer Event Review - An Informative Evening With Greek Physicist Dr. John Seiradakis

The World's First Computer Event Review - An Informative Evening With Greek Physicist Dr. John Seiradakis The World's First Computer by Greek Physicist Dr. John Seiradakis, a lively and informative event held at the National Hellenic Museum, a look into Greek history and challenges our assumptions about technology and how it transforms over the years

Could we be in for an extension of the Twilight series?

Could we be in for an extension of the Twilight series? If you're a diehard Twilight fan, you'll be pleased to know that Lionsgate is ready to put the characters from Twilight back on our screens

The Sign in Sidney Brustein’s Window Review – Powerful and Relevant after Fifty Years

The Sign in Sidney Brustein’s Window Review – Powerful and Relevant after Fifty Years My husband and I took advantage of the opportunity to see Lorraine Hansberry’s rarely performed, last play, The Sign in Sidney Brustein’s Window at the Goodman Theatre. It was an unforgettable experience

CSO Music Now Review – Spring or Some Such Thing

CSO Music Now Review – Spring or Some Such Thing CSO's MusicNow presents three innovative works inspired by nature

May 15th…the Venice ARTBLOCK: A Free Community Driven Event!

 May 15th…the Venice ARTBLOCK: A Free Community Driven Event! On May 15th from 11:00am – 6:00 pm, Venice artists celebrate community with a free studio art tour called the Venice ARTBLOCK.

Mischa Marcus Tackles Sex Trafficking in Directorial Debut – Top Female Entrepreneurs of 2016 in Hollywood

Mischa Marcus Tackles Sex Trafficking in Directorial Debut – Top Female Entrepreneurs of 2016 in Hollywood Mischa Marcus, director of Blur, sets a very dark tone revealing the realities of child sex trafficking in the U.S. The film sends a social message of the power of friendship, the empowerment of the female spirit, and the strength of family.

Review -The Life of Bryan, and his Spines of the Heart

Review -The Life of Bryan, and his Spines of the Heart Fans of Sigor Ros or/and Radiohead, prepare to rejoice!

Honky Review - Sticks and Stones May Break Some Bones, But Words...?

Honky Review - Sticks and Stones May Break Some Bones, But Words...? HONKY is an uproarious study of racial rhetoric as it flounders in the treacherous waters of political correctness - a story about the hot potatoes of racism and commercialism in America's current culture as seen by some guys trying to sell sneakers

Final “Beyond the Score” Concert Preview and Series Retrospective - CSO’s Most Able Ambassador

Final “Beyond the Score” Concert Preview and Series Retrospective -  CSO’s Most Able Ambassador CSO's Beyond the Score series presents Falla, in the last of its successful programming to bring classical music ALIVE

Silk Road Rising’s “Mosque Alert” Review – Window on Islamophobia

Silk Road Rising’s “Mosque Alert” Review – Window on Islamophobia Silk Road Rising's "Mosque Alert" takes on Islamophobia with a script that intrigues and never preaches

The Second City e.t.c’s 40th Revue: A Red Line Runs Through It Review

The Second City e.t.c’s 40th Revue: A Red Line Runs Through It Review Second City's e.t.c presents their 40th revue, A Red Line Runs Through It, at the second floor of Piper’s Alley, at 230 West North Avenue. Ride the rails of Chicago in order to answer life’s tough questions

Shine Darkly, Illyria Review - Shakespeare's Thirteenth Night

Shine Darkly, Illyria Review - Shakespeare's Thirteenth Night "Shine Darkly, Illyria" continues the tale begun by Shakespeare in "Twelfth Night," exploring some possibilities that might have happened after "happily ever after" which incorporate lovely fairy-like costumes, some moon dust, and music and dance

"The House of Blue Leaves" Review- a physical comedy with social commentary

"The House of Blue Leaves" Review- a physical comedy with social commentary "The House of Blue Leaves", a play by The Raven Theatre Company, is a laugh out loud dark comedy that also keeps you thinking

"The Lion In Winter" Review- Promethean Theatre Ensemble at The Athenaeum

"The Lion In Winter" Review- Promethean Theatre Ensemble at The Athenaeum Prometheus Theatre Company's version of "The Lion In Winter", at The Athenaeum, is a fine and darkly funny historical drama

A Gruesome Romance? - Director John Hindman's Thoughts

A Gruesome Romance? - Director John Hindman's Thoughts A talented director, screenwriter, and television producer, John Hindman provided some interesting and intriguing observations on GRUESOME PLAYGROUND INJURIES, which he directs, and on his views about live theater more generally

Movie Review - Rabin In His Own Words -A Unique Look At History

Movie Review - Rabin In His Own Words -A Unique Look At History Twice Prime Minister of Israel, assassinated Yitzhak Rabin's story's told In His Own Words

Movie Review - Curse Of Sleeping Beauty - A Future Cult Classic

Movie Review - Curse Of Sleeping Beauty - A Future Cult Classic A great new horror film and a free ticket offer at the end of the article

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