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Super Bowl 50 - Where to Watch, What to Eat & Drink and More!

Super Bowl 50 - Where to Watch, What to Eat & Drink and More! Not that the Super Bowl needed anything else to make it bigger, but 50 years after a modest beginning at the Los Angeles Coliseum, the golden anniversary is upon us. If you can't make it to San Francisco to watch Carolina battle Denver in person, Splash Magazines Worldwide has plenty of tips for you to enjoy the game wherever you are

Impressions Book Review - Glashütte Original Watchmakers Celebrate Their Debut Book

Impressions Book Review - Glashütte Original Watchmakers Celebrate Their Debut Book Last night Glashütte Original watchmakers held an event at MILK Studios to introduce its book, Impressions

Sunset Baby Review- a strong and compelling play at TimeLine

Sunset Baby Review- a strong and compelling play at TimeLine "Sunset Baby" as performed by TimeLine Theatre Company is a compelling family and political drama, very well written and very well staged

Minnie Rocks the Dots Review - Celebrating the Iconic Style and Global Influence of Minnie Mouse

Minnie Rocks the Dots Review - Celebrating the Iconic Style and Global Influence of Minnie Mouse Recently Sarah Hyland joined Minnie Mouse and Christian Siriano at the launch of "Minnie Rocks The Dots", an interactive fashion and art exhibition celebrating Minnie as a global style icon

The Peninsula Symphony with Taylor Eigsti Review - Another Great January Concert

The Peninsula Symphony with Taylor Eigsti Review - Another Great January Concert Peninsula Symphony Music Director and Conductor, Mitchell Sardou Klein explains that, “ Each time Taylor works with us to plan and perform an entire evening of symphonic/pianistic jazz it proves to be a fascinating process"

Zameer Music - Melodic Chats About "Her"

Zameer Music - Melodic Chats About "Her" From Bieber to Drake Canada is racking up on the talent. With the likes of Jack Johnson, John Mayer and Ryan Adams comes Zameer, a now Los Angeles based singer-songwriter, and simply a man of many talents

Breaking Band Review - A New Take on Television

Breaking Band Review - A New Take on Television Breaking Band, a new 'rock-u-mentary' has recently released on AXS! Created and produced by Donovan and co-produced by Marc Scarpa, Breaking Band, is not your average television show

Khleo Thomas Black Party

Khleo Thomas Black Party The fun and festivities kicked off Saturday night for actor, rapper, singer Khleo Thomas in Los Angeles

bG Gallery Features the Art of Scott Horton and Others in “Grayscale Wonderland II” Saturday, February 6th!

bG Gallery Features the Art of Scott Horton and Others in “Grayscale Wonderland II” Saturday, February 6th! bG Gallery presents “Grayscale Wonderland II” featuring an exhibition of grayscale works on Saturday, February 6th, 2016.

Safe At Home Review - Orson Bean's Life, Loves, and Laments

Safe At Home Review - Orson Bean's Life, Loves, and Laments SAFE AT HOME pulls the audience into Orson Bean's brilliant personal odyssey - spanning a troubled childhood, a turbulent but extremely industrious adolescence, and adult success - while mixing the poignant, the hilarious, and moments of magic

'The Dodgers' a world premiere

'The Dodgers' a world premiere 'The Dodgers' takes us back to the troubled years of the late 1860's when America was war in Vietnam, it was a time of drugs, sex and rock and roll and deep resistance, this is a story of six young people facing the challenges of those times.

Chicago Sinfonietta Tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr Review-a never-to-be-forgotten event

Chicago Sinfonietta Tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr Review-a never-to-be-forgotten event The great Chicago Sinfonietta presented it's annual concert honoring Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.-it was a triumph of contemporary music

Too Hot To Handel Review-The Auditorium Theatre Celebrates Martin Luther King Day

Too Hot To Handel Review-The Auditorium Theatre Celebrates Martin Luther King Day The Auditorium Theatre sponsored a number of community engagements in support of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s life and legacy, including it's traditional rousing and exuberant concert program, "Too Hot to Handel"

Dream Catcher Review - A Duel Between Science and Spirit

Dream Catcher Review - A Duel Between Science and Spirit The battle between saving the world and saving the past comes into focus as the principles and benefits for modern science come into conflict with the cultural and spiritual needs of the human spirit

‘Cooper Barrett's Guide to Surviving Life’ on Tour 2016 ‏‏- Next Stop Boston February 2nd

‘Cooper Barrett's Guide to Surviving Life’ on Tour 2016 ‏‏- Next Stop Boston February 2nd Cooper is going right now on a “Road Trip” before Cooper Barrett's Guide to Surviving Life returns with all new episodes on— Sunday, February 14 at 8:30/7:30c on FOX!

"Mothers & Sons" Review - An Excellently Written Must-See

"Mothers & Sons" Review - An Excellently Written Must-See This weekend, I had the opportunity to see a play that has been on my radar since Northlight Theatre announced their 2015-2016 season, Mothers & Sons, written by Terrence McNally and directed by Steve Scott. The play is centered around Katharine...

Samsung Studio Review - Guests Gather at Samsung For Intimate Discussions and Virtual Reality Experiences

Samsung Studio Review - Guests Gather at Samsung For Intimate Discussions and Virtual Reality Experiences Virtual reality activations took a bigger presence this year at Sundance Film Festival. Being ahead of the forefront attendees headed to the Samsung Studio

Announcing TCU’s newest Entrepreneur-in-Residence: Four Day Weekend Improvisational Troupe

Announcing TCU’s newest Entrepreneur-in-Residence: Four Day Weekend Improvisational Troupe Four Day Weekend’s “Yes, and” philosophy will help TCU business students identify opportunities, inspire creativity, create positive outcomes, build on ideas and nurture innovation

“The Mountaintop” Review - Martin Luther King’ Memphis Motel Rendezvous with Destiny

“The Mountaintop” Review - Martin Luther King’ Memphis Motel Rendezvous with Destiny Katori Hall’s “The Mountaintop,” a Realistic Progressive Realistic antidote to Magical Realism, articulates the existential dilemma obscured in Beckett’s bare stage Ashcans. Closes soon, see it now

From a Director's Perspective - Observations on "Altman's Last Stand"

From a Director's Perspective - Observations on "Altman's Last Stand" Multi-award winning director, producer, and actor, Charles Haid offers his intriguing observations on his latest directorial production, the tale of a Jewish survivor whose life is rich in personal struggle and ultimate triumph

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