"A Very Old Man With Enormous Wings" ~ The Kirk Douglas Theatre bring magical realism to Los Angeles.
A powerful yet humorous one-man show starring Michael Raynor in his quest to discover the truth about his father.
Ryan Seacrest and Tisha Campbell Martin to be Honored as 'Man of Style' and 'Woman of Style' for Divine Design 2005.
"The Slip", a jazz-inspired, celestial, but rock-solidified trio, collaborates with musician Nathan Moore to form "Surprise Me, Mr. Davis".
Death, AIDS, heroin, addiction, rejection why write songs about these hideously depressing subjects? Who cares . sing along!
Spoken word presentations and hip hop performances combine to create an interesting night at the Conga Room.
L.A. Splash is proud to announce our own, Kelly Sullivan Walden will be launching her book "Discover Your Inner Goddess Queen...", TODAY! Dec 7th on Amazon.com! Order yours TODAY, Dec 7th and you'll get lots of goddessy freebies!
Toronto Funk Hip Hop Rock n' Rolls earns props for its line up of funkified, hip-hop-licious and rock n' rollable music, featuring: Matt York, Tomi Swick, Kamikaze Baby and KC Roberts and the Raw Blue.
World-renowned musician Chris Opperman and band "Special Opps" give fantastic show at the Santa Monica Pier!
Six Flags Magic Mountain hosts "Toys for the Holidays," offering free admission for toys on December 4, 10, 11.
It's going to be a White Christmas this year in Los Angeles. If you don't believe me just head over to the Pantages and catch the L.A. Premier of Irving Berlin's White Christmas.
Ask the Goddess offers "make it or break it" relationship advice from relationship expert, Kelly Sullivan Walden, author of Discover Your Inner Goddess Queen.
Focus On AIDS holds a charity benefit for those afflicted with HIV/AIDS with a photography auction.
Following a sold-out performance in Los Angeles last February, top Israeli World Music recording artist Idan Raichel returned for a one night only performance, on November 19th, 2005 at the Kodak Theatre
Paula Vogel's Pulitzer Prize winning play loses it's biting humor in the current stage production in West Hollywood
More than one year after the Foundation's namesake passes, friends and colleagues join forces to continue Christopher Reeve's mission.
The Capitol Hill Arts Ball 2005 was a successful event for all--patrons danced the night away as money raised from the auctions will benefit Arts Workshop classes and students.
Doyle New York showcases 29 haute couture ensembles donated by the Mosaic Foundation and raises more than $100,000 for the Children's National Medical Center.
L.A. Splash takes an in-depth look at Melissa Rodwell's intimate photographic essay, "BOYS".
A new Musical in its pre-Broadway production "The Drowsy Chaperone" is a farcical romp through the mad-capped world of musical theatre. "It does what a musical should do. It takes you to another world." - Man in Chair