Articles by Lawrence Davis
Anyone who is privileged enough to own dirt in southern California is all too familiar with its very poor quality.
Critically-acclaimed comedy about homophobia in the African American community tackles provocative subject with wit and humor.
The Fountain Theatre presents the West Coast premiere of Daisy in the Dreamtime by Lynne Kaufman, the true story of the first white woman to live among the Aborigines and enter the "Dreamtime."
Ever wake up wondering, "Whose life is this, and how did I get here?" an absurdist domestic comedy, by playwright Jennie Webb
The New York International Music Festival is delighted to return to Los Angeles from March 4 through the 7th. Singers and bands in all musical genres will be showcasing their talents in front of influential members from the entertainment industry.
The 2004 American Film Market achieved sharp gains in attendees this year with an increase in total attendance of 5%, it was announced today by Jonathan Wolf, Executive Vice President, AFMA, and Managing Director of the AFM. In addition, Mr. Wolf reported that total buyers are up 10% from last year.
Celebrities from The Apprentice, For Love or Money, Survivor, Amazing Race, Real World, The Bachelor, and House of Dreams will be mingling and manning the casino tables at the 4th Annual Celebrity Red, Black & White Casino Night and Fundraiser Gala at the Manhattan Country Club on March 27, 2004.
On the heals of their successful party at the Sundance Film Festival, IFC and Target took their partnership from the snow of Park City to the sand of Santa Monica and joined together once again to co-host this year's Independent Spirit Awards After Party.
DAME EDNA, simply the most talented and adored Australian to grace the stage, has returned to her beloved United States for another fun-filled theatrical tour
One of the most celebrated operatic tenors in the world today will make his Orange County Performing Arts Center debut in the Voices in Song Series
The Orange County Performing Arts Center has announced that the performance dates for The Royal Ballet have changed.
Center broadway series expands to two subscription weeks for 2004-2005 season with all new shows hairspray, oliver!, the lion king, movin' out, little shop of horrors
The Orange County Performing Arts Center has scheduled four wonderful family shows that are sure to entertain and delight.
The 2004-2005 Season announced by the Orange County Performing Arts Center reaffirms the organization as one of the premiere presenters of stellar cultural and entertainment events in the nation.
American Ballet Theatre, lead by Artistic Director Kevin McKenzie, will return to the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion at the Music Center for a ten performance engagement as part of the inaugural season of Dance at the Music Center.
Whether you are Christian, Jewish, Moslem, Buddhist, Hindu, Agnostic, Atheist or any other cult, class, creed or persuasion there can be no doubt about the profound effect Jesus of Nazareth has had on the world.
Gateway Broadband in association with New Media Producer Robert King to telecast from Annual "Night of 100 Stars" Oscar Celebrity gala, at the Beverly Hills Hotel using MPEG-4
The buzz bash de jour (during the day, at least) was the 6th floor of Le Meridien Hotel on La Cienega. Yes, the ENTIRE floor.
Treat yourself to an incredible night, while helping
a wonderfully worthwhile charity!
A star-powered evening at the Alizé House of Passion tipped off the all-star weekend celebrations in Los Angeles with presiding guest Shaquille O'neal at the Playboy Mansion
Overall, it was one STELLAR event! ("Star Trek: Voyager Season One" will be released on DVD on Feb. 24, 2004.)
Announcing The 14TH ANNUAL: *NIGHT OF 100 STARS OSCAR GALA*
"Oasis" in conjunction with Women in Film
to serve as Oscar prep headquarters
during the 76th annual Academy Awards
and the 2004 Independent Spirit Awards
at Point de Vue Salon
The International Documentary Association (IDA) will hold its 22nd Annual Celebration of the Academy Award Documentary Nominees on February 25, 2004, hosted by Jack Black and Laura Kightlinger
I thoroughly enjoyed this bittersweet, multi-layered gem of a film from Bent Hamer. This quirky, deadpan, warm, sensitive, film shows how the austere rules laid out on paper are softened by the human need to communicate.
One of the Lowest Priced 4 Megapixel Optical Zoom Digital Cameras on the Market, only $199!
Jim Carrey has been voted the Top Money-Making Star of 2003 in Quigley Publishing Company's 71st Annual Top Ten Money-Making Stars Poll.
Tom Hanks, #1 Last Year, Slips to #4, Behind Julia Roberts (#2) And Sean Connery (#3)
In the first time for over a decade, the most popular name of the year for boys is not a traditional Biblical name.
Los Angeles County arts commission 44th annual L.A. County holiday celebration at Music Center December 24