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A blast from the past of stars whose relevance remains significant and a tribute to Betty Ford
Taking the original Shakespearean play, Tony Tanner has added delicious songs
The Los Angeles Latino International Film Festival (Laliff) To Proudly Showcase During Its Opening Night Gala A Special Presentation Of Aqui Entre Nos (Between Us) Directed By Patricia Martinez De Velasco
Los Angeles based alternative rock band ACIDIC is gearing up for the highly anticipated release of “Chronic Satisfaction,” their 3rd full-length album, on Tuesday, September 20, 2011
RISE OF THE PLANET OF THE APES, the science fiction thriller from 20th CENTURY FOX ENTERTAINMENT and Director Rupert Wyatt previewed select clips from the upcoming August release
What every city dweller needs to put things in perspective: 3 ½ hours of pure adrenaline, unpolluted oxygen and tree hugging at Navitat Canopy Adventures, Wrightwood, CA
Thursday's sneak peek at the latest installment of the "Planet of the Apes" franchise was part behind the scenes look at the upcoming film, as well as an informative lecture about Great Apes, and our relationship with them
Director Sam R. Ross and his brilliant actors bring this adapted, updated, and shortened romantic comedy to life with side-splitting results
Official selections are announced for the International Television Festival set for Augusut
Shakespeare’s The Tragedy of Richard III at The Will Geer Theatricum Botanicum, is worth taking in
The New Bev wants to treat you to a screening of Los Angeles Film Fest Audience Award winner, Joe Cornish's "Attack the Block"
It starts off loud and then it gets louder. And softer. It makes you think. It makes you laugh. How’s that for an evening out?
With the summer movie season in full swing, Film Independent's 17th Annual Los Angeles Film Festival offered alternatives for fans of off-the-beaten-path cinema, and sneak peeks at the next big things
Celebration Theatre finishes out their groundbreaking 28th Season of LGBTQA Theatre with a melodious and irate Rap opera Bash'd
This is not a spoiler—from the very beginning of The Last Five Years, you know how it ends. And even tough it does not end well, the journey to its sad conclusion is a lovely one
Splash Mags WW Interview with Blake Carrington at The Key Club -BET Award Weekend - Host Adriana Davalos
CARS 2 recently hosted its World Premiere turning Hollywood Blvd into an international speedway with special appearances by racing legend Lightning McQueen, his best buddy Mater and International Super Spy, Finn McMissile.
“Superior Donuts,” a superb script written by Tracy Letts, takes place in a family donut shop located in a run-down part of Chicago. The owner is the equally run-down Arthur Przybyszewski, brilliantly portrayed by Gary Cole
The world premiere of David Wiener’s “Extraordinary Chambers,” on stage at the Audrey Skirball Kenis Theater at the Geffen Playhouse, is a stunning fictional drama, directed with great skill by Pam MacKinnon, about a couple who visit Cambodia
Punch in. Punch out. Do the work, do your time, wait for the weekend. Sound familiar? In a time long before Dilbert, cubicle monkeys, and a life-sucking recession, Arthur Miller was musing on all these things and more. Oh, so much more.