Two plays for the price of one. A show by kids...for adults. And a show by adults...for the kid in all of us. Performed by the Sacred Fools Theater Company and Ten West.
Kate Beckinsdale shows copy cat A-list actresses what a real sci-fi heroine is - and she looks mighty hot doing it.
Joe Block, a nice guy from Chicago was selected by Ashton Kutcher to be one of the "geeks" in the reality show, "Beauty and the Geek".
This is the stuff that legends are made of. Or to be precise "Legends" are making this production at the Ahmanson.
A comical look at the power women wield over men. No matter whether you serve or rule a woman can make you a fool!
It Came From Beyond is a sci-fi, aliens from outer space, 1950s - style musical comedy premiering at the Write Act Theatre in Hollywood
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For Valentines Day, a long distance surprise may delight. Here are a collection of some tantalizing packages for the far-away-minded, from romantic spa packages to private indulgences.
Nicole Ricca has been a professional artist & model for four years. She graduated with her bachelors degree in fine arts and sells her work to private customers & businesses online. Check out Nicole at www.nicolericca.com
"Madama Butterfly" opening at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion is outstanding. Patricia Racette and Marcus Haddock are memorable in the leads in Puccini's age-old tale of a man's contempt for the love of a loyal woman.
Ask the Goddess offers "make it or break it" relationship advice from relationship expert, Kelly Sullivan Walden, author of Discover Your Inner Goddess Queen.
Dmitri Hvorostovsky gave the audience at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion a double treat with a program of two very different, distinctive kinds of music.
Held in the joint Greater Columbus Convention Center and the Hyatt Regency, the Ohayocon convention boasted the best of Japanese culture, including anime and manga, cosplay, J-pop and J-rock, and other related things.
A masterpiece of a play. The day the first black Director of an all-white art Foundation shows up for work so does captivating drama.
Curious Theatre's performance of Bryony Lavery's Frozen is a seamless combination of controversial issues, unique storytelling techniques, and suberb acting.
The Silver Spoon Hollywood Buffet pampers and preps the stars once again for the 2006 Golden Globe Awards.
The Disney Channel airs its first television movie of the year: "High School Musical," a musical comedy filled with song and dance. For those who may have missed the first run, the Disney Channel will run second again February 13th.
2006 Sundance Film Festival selection "No Umbrella" chronicles the frustrating Election Day 2004 for one ward in Cleveland, Ohio.
Imago groups of couples and individuals will be gathering at sites throughout the world on February 14th to celebrate and enhance relationships.