Here's my book review of Prime Rib & Boxcars: Whatever Happened to Victoria Station? by Tom Blake
Railroad Days 2015 in Fullerton is a lovely, free family outdoor event with a fascinating variety of model train displays, exhibits, train gifts and paraphernalia, food and even a ride or two
Melancholy Play: A Chamber Musical as quirky as it is fun
Alab'Arte in Volterra, Tuscany is keeping the historic alabaster art style alive and making beautiful objects too. Visit their workshop to see the magic in action
JWT is growing; their influence in the arts is also growing, while retaining the warmth, humor, and compassion of personal experience. Current offerings include art exhibits, and the world premiere production of Monica Piper’s "Not That Jewish"
Celebrate Cinco de Mayo at Upper West and give to a very special children’s charity…HARK (Healing Arts Reaching Kids). Upper West will donate 30 percent of all sales from 5-10pm to the nonprofit
Chicago Shakespeare Theater's world premiere production of Sense and Sensibility, taken from the Jane Austen classic, is fraught with love, despair, and beautiful music
A network of archeological parks on the scenic Etruscan Coast gives you a window into ancient Etruscan culture
This article is an exclusive interview with upcoming actress, Mara Rydell, who played a Supporting Role in the upcoming Beverly Hills Christmas starring Dean Cain
Dead Writers Theatre presents the Oscar Wilde classic, "Lady Windermere's Fan"
Palazzo Vecchietti, in the center of Florence, was designed by a leading Medici artist
WORLD PREMIERE OF “AMERICAN CARAVAN” AT 2015 BEVERLY HILLS FILM FESTIVAL OPENING NIGHT
The Marriott production is as good as it gets!
This world premiere of John Fazakerley’s Corktown ’57 is a riveting Irish-American family drama, which unfolds in the basement of a store and continues with surprising twists and turns right to the end
Celebrating it's 59th play, Echo Theater offers two unique plays - a dark comedy and intense drama
San Gimignano in Tuscany is a good place to visit for one to three days to soak up medieval culture and even some contemporary art too
Pundits like to bemoan the death of reading in the Internet age. While books have to compete with more and more digital entertainment options for our shrinking free time, we’ll always have a place in our hearts for good old paper and ink
The former bodybuilder Samra is holding an art show. An exhibition he named Three Lives – One Dream. To the title Samra explains how he has morphed and transformed himself through these very specific types of expression
It’s time to take a look at James Reiss (pronounced “Reese”), who is an established mainstream poets. His sixth poetry book, The Novel, came out earlier this year
Carol Lawrence, who created the role of Maria, in the Broadway classic, West Side Story in 1957, was joined by Mitzi Gaynor (South Pacific), philanthropist Joni Berry and other talented thespians at the 28th Gypsy Awards