The back alley fantasies of eight sexually focused characters
From opener “Djobi, Djoba” to encore “Bamboleo”, it became increasingly more difficult for even the most reserved fan to not want to ‘Salsa’ and ‘Mambo’ the night away
Tens of thousands locally and across the globe participate in world’s largest water initiative
With regard to A Noise Within’s production of this play, their talented cast illuminates these timeless themes of desperation, dreams, and the fragility of family
Two Dogs, Two Thousand Miles - the Megan Blake and Luke Robinson story as they work for a cure for canine cancer
Taste of the Nation made its fourth trip to Orange County on Friday night with a packed house at the Island Hotel enjoying some of the finest chefs in the area
There's nothing like being amongst beautiful people, poolside with a drink in your hand, rockin' out to bangin' music by great Deejays. You can't beat it
In today’s high-tech society with its inundation of social networking sites, traditional dating is starting to become more and more impersonal. Is old-fashioned in-person courtship loosing the battle to cyber interaction and technology?
Imagine walking on stage taking on the character of another person, turning it into a performance with six other actors that are as equally unprepared and you have Impro Theatre and Combined Artform presentation of L.A. Noir UnScripted
Jadar Entertainment showcases R& B and Jazz artists at venues around downtown Los Angeles
MTV's new show Hired works to help the economy
Kaua‘i Beach Resort - A fresh start, fab pricing and the 28th Annual Slack Key Festival make this resort the go-to place this Summer and Fall
Götterdämmerung (The Twilight of the Gods) is the fourth and last opera in Richard Wagner's Der Ring des Nibelungen (Ring Cycle)
My momma always told me, if you hear it and didn’t see it, don’t believe it! However, she never mentioned anything about READING IT!
Kip Fulbeck's photographic exhibit at The Field Museum gives individuals that are multicultural or of "fusion cultures" an exciting unique new look
Chicago Opera Theater's debut performance of Moses in Egypt marks a phenomenal debut to its Spring 2010 season
AVATAR Producer, Jon Landau and I spoke recently on a range of social and political issues including AVATAR’s hefty price tag and, of course, the disappointment of OSCAR night.
Director Geoff Elliot and his talented cast bring humor, pathos, and the lyrical dialogue of Synge’s masterpiece to the Glendale stage
Tchaikovsky's Swan Lake is considered the ultimate power struggle between good and evil, paired with the promise of everlasting love. American Ballet Theatre (ABT) has a limited-run in Chicago until April 18
Warrior Dash is viewed as an extreme sport that takes just as much will power as physical power to defy the obstacles and proclaim to be a true Warrior, but it is the extreme camaraderie between friends