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Dance and sing with An American in Paris

It is the Tony Award winning stage version of the 1951 multiple Oscar winning film classic An American in Paris and it is nothing short of spectacular. Few moments in history could equal or exceed the overwhelming drama of that […]

Dance and sing with An American in Paris

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It is the Tony Award winning stage version of the 1951 multiple Oscar winning film classic An American in Paris and it is nothing short of spectacular. Few moments in history could equal or exceed the overwhelming drama of that […]

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Lakers leave Shaquille O’Neal statue hanging

On Friday, before their game with the Minnesota Timberwolves, the Los Angeles Lakers unveiled their newest Staples Center statue to honor one of the best to ever wear a

Probiotics are you pro or con?

Probiotic sales have gone ballistic since they first gained a foothold in the mid-1990s. There are scores of blends, names, brands and varieties on the shelves of every vitamin

Los Angeles Chargers announce training camp location

The Los Angeles Chargers have announced they will conduct their training camp at the Jack R. Hammett Farm Sports Complex in Costa Mesa, which is adjacent to Costa Mesa

PBS SoCal reminds kids there is still time to enter writer contest

Los Angeles (March 24, 2017) – PBS SoCal KOCE urges Los Angeles area children to enter the PBS KIDS Writers Contest before the April 30, 2017 deadline. The annual contest is

USA wins World Baseball Classic

In spectacular and historic fashion, Team USA won the World Baseball Classic championship game Wednesday night at a sold out Dodger Stadium, shutting out Puerto Rico, a team USA

Alphabet Soup society

On Saturday, my TIME magazine arrived and I was happy to see that the name and face of Donald Trump was not on it for a change. What I

Repealing Obamacare Part One: Making America sick again

  When the Affordable Care Act (ACA) took off, we had no way of anticipating how many people would need — and use — their healthcare coverage for (drum roll)

The Snow Geese is a story about family

The story is set in November of 1917. Elizabeth Gaesling [played by Melissa Chalsma] is the recently widowed family matriarch. Her and other family members gather at their hunting

Norman Podhoretz: Pundit, Provocateur, NeoCon

The New York Times gave its readers a huge dose of nostalgia on Sunday morning with an article penned by John Leland, called, “Still Picking Fights and Dropping Names: Norman

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