Budding company Aesthetic Science is attempting something quite different and unique this summer: A festival for the 21st century. Combining the very latest technology in computer games with some cool music acts of today; they attempt to create a great day of play that anybody can enjoy.
Longtime collectors of star memorabilia can rejoice - this September, the estate property of late Hollywood actress and Broadway dancer Ann Miller will be auctioned to the public courtesy of Bonhams & Butterfields.
A group of twelve talented young actors played thirty characters in the play performed by the combined efforts of the Santa Monica Playhouse Advanced Youth Ensemble, the Pre-Advanced Program and the Teen Performance Lab.
If you want to kick back at a cool Hollywood club and check out the local music scene, Industry night at Club Lingerie is the place. Every Tuesday night you'll find yourself exposed to a variety of sounds; everything from hard rock, to industrial metal, to coffeehouse pop.
If there was only convention an American anime fan could attend, Anime Expo 2004 was it. The largest Japanese animation convention in North America, Anime Expo gathered fans across the country for a full four days of workshops, panels, shows, contests, and all the anime a fan could want.
A burst of suspenseful and tantalizing entertainment has just hit the movie theatres. "The Bourne Supremacy" is rocking every city right now with such anticipation that keeps you on the edge of your seat, gripping the armrest, in hope that one man, Jason Bourne, will defy those after him, like he did in the first installation of "The Bourne Identity." But, really, why worry? He didn't need any help the first time, he did just fine, and he only gets better.
All new and all spectacular, the 134th edition of Ringling Bros and Barnum & Bailey circus is jam packed with nonstop awesome entertainment for one and all. It is absolutely - the one - the only - "The Greatest Show on Earth."
On July 15, 2004, Ego Plum and the Ebola Music Orchestra, fashion designer Julie Plum, and performance artists Kimberly Gooze and Susan Patel came together to head the unpredictable celebration of the Cabaret Voltaire One Year Anniversary.