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Louis and Keely Live at the Sahara Review - Let the Good Times Roll!

Louis and Keely Live at the Sahara Review - Let the Good Times Roll! Louis Prima and Keely Smith and their relationship, both professional and personal, intrigues and excites as the couple blend their musical styles to form a romantic as well as a musical duet

Another Antigone Review - North Hollywood Goes Greek

Another Antigone Review - North Hollywood Goes Greek Another Antigone, a contemporary play with a Greek twist, launches the Lonny Chapman Theater's newest stage and delves into profound questions - conservative vs. liberal, conformity vs. rebellion - worthy of both ancient Greeks and today's Americans.

Andy Davis Remembers - When Burlesque was Banned in Burbank

Andy Davis Remembers - When Burlesque was Banned in Burbank To find out when and why burlesque was banned in Burbank, you'll have to read impresario Andy "Doc" Davis' interview, in which he tells all and gives us a peek at the real old-time burlesque and what's happening in burlesque today

Tony Abatemarco Comments - Thoughts on Writing "Forever House"

Tony Abatemarco Comments - Thoughts on Writing "Forever House" Award-winning playwright/actor/director Tony Abatemarco shares some of his thoughts and ideas about "Forever House" and how the play came about and grew into his newest theatrical contribution

That Lovin' Feelin' Review - Blue-eyed Soul by the Righteous Brothers

That Lovin' Feelin' Review - Blue-eyed Soul by the Righteous Brothers Celebrating the lives and music of Bill Medley and Bobby Hatfield, better known as the Righteous Brothers, this musical homage spans 40 years of their careers and intertwined destinies with over 20 of their hits to add spice to the tale

We Weren’t Just Bicycle Thieves: Neorealism Movie Review – A Pleasant “Bicycle” Tour into Neorealism

We Weren’t Just Bicycle Thieves: Neorealism Movie Review – A Pleasant “Bicycle” Tour into Neorealism In his documentary, “We Weren’t Just Bicycle Thieves: Neorealism,” director Gianni Bozzacchi deftly explores how this film movement played an important role in the ever-evolving art of cinema

Nunsense Review - Maybe Dancing is the Way to Pray

Nunsense Review - Maybe Dancing is the Way to Pray Welcome back, Little Sisters of Hoboken, who are having a fund-raiser and invite the audience to join in as they sing, dance, tell jokes, and carry on enthusiastically with their show

The Christians Review - Hellfire and Damnation?

The Christians Review - Hellfire and Damnation? When Pastor Paul clashes with Associate Pastor Joshua and almost all of his parishioners over the concept of Hell, the question becomes just how important is the fear of punishment and belief in redemption to all Christians.

'If/Then' - Idina Menzel brings Broadway to L.A.

'If/Then' - Idina Menzel brings Broadway to L.A.  Broadway smash hit 'If/Then' arrives in L.A. with super stars Idina Menzel, LaChanze and Anthony Rapp. Now at the Pantages.

The Bridges of Madison County Review - Over the Rainbow

The Bridges of Madison County Review - Over the Rainbow The romantic tale of an Iowa farmer's wife and her three-day encounter with a dashing but rootless photographer, THE BRIDGES OF MADISON COUNTY explores in music what love - and home - are really about and what happens when dreams and reality clash

The Roger Neal Style Hollywood Oscar Viewing Dinner

The Roger Neal Style Hollywood Oscar Viewing Dinner The Roger Neal Style Hollywood Oscar Viewing Dinner which will be a yearly event, will take place Oscar Night February 28th at the World Famous Hollywood Museum located On Highland Ave in Hollywood, California. The event will feature stars from film and television and will benefit The John Ritter Foundation and Safety Harbor Kids

A Christmas Memory - Truman Capote's Holiday Gift

A Christmas Memory - Truman Capote's Holiday Gift Based on a short story by Truman Capote, this musical adaptation memorializes five years in Capote's life when he stayed with his mother's well-intentioned but poor relatives in Alabama after his parents divorced when he was four years old

Guys and Dolls Review - A Musical Classic for the Holidays

Guys and Dolls Review - A Musical Classic for the Holidays Join the music and lyrics of Frank Loesser and the book by Jo Swerling and Abe Burrows based on iconic Damon Runyan characters and the result is a musical classic which never gets old - as this nearly perfect revival proves

LA Opera’s Norma – The Sweetest Music You’ll Ever Hear

LA Opera’s Norma – The Sweetest Music You’ll Ever Hear Bellini's Norma at LA Opera is an exciting experience of girl power and enchanting bel canto music

'A Christmas Memory' - much more than fruit cake

'A Christmas Memory' - much more than fruit cake 'A Christmas Memory' based on a short story by Truman Capote opens at Sierra Madre Playhouse. From the depths of the Great Depression in America's deep south emerges a story of ever lasting family love.

Movie Review - Censored Voices - What Does That Soldier At The Front Really Feel?

Movie Review - Censored Voices - What Does That Soldier At The Front Really Feel? A soldier's view of the Six-Day-War

Friday, December 4th 2015, the Montana Avenue Holiday Walk Welcomes the Holidays!

Friday, December 4th 2015, the Montana Avenue Holiday Walk Welcomes the Holidays! This Friday, December 4th 2015, the Montana Avenue Holiday Walk once again becomes takes place from 5pm-9pm. Located between 7th and 17th Street, residents and merry makers will come out to celebrate the season.

The Nottingham Festival - Best Small Faire

The Nottingham Festival - Best Small Faire The Nottingham Festival has already won awards for Best New Faire and Best Small Faire. If you like beautiful busty wenches bursting forth, and gallantly strapping men strutting about, you were sure to have a good time

BUILDING BRIDGES ART EXCHANGE Features Both International and Local Artists Saturday, December 12th!

BUILDING BRIDGES ART EXCHANGE Features Both International and Local Artists Saturday, December 12th! BUILDING BRIDGES ART EXCHANGE presents two solo exhibitions opening December 12th from 5:00pm to 8:30 pm. In the main gallery, “Franco Marrocco-The Red Studio & Other Works” and in the project room “J.J. L’Heureux: Etichette.”

57 Chevy Review - The American Dream

57 Chevy Review - The American Dream The saga of an immigrant family captures the stresses, fears, warmth, chuckles, and absolute hilarity when a family is transplanted from a Mexican village to Los Angeles where Papa purchases his symbol of the American dream - a 57 Chevy.

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