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True love is not a piece of cake

Just imagine this: A young woman born and raised in North Carolina leaves home and goes to New York City after her mother dies. While there she falls in love and plans to get married back in her North Carolina […]

True love is not a piece of cake

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Just imagine this: A young woman born and raised in North Carolina leaves home and goes to New York City after her mother dies. While there she falls in love and plans to get married back in her North Carolina […]

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Dial ‘M’ For Murder at the Lonny Chapman Theatre

Dial M for Murder is a 1954 American crime mystery film directed by Alfred Hitchcock, starring Ray Milland, Grace Kelly, Robert Cummings and John Williams. The screenplay and the

An enigma wrapped in a mystery

Just the other day I happened to meet a very interesting man. At the time he was in Santa Monica, California with his lovely bride while visiting the western

Writer and artist Ron Irwin releases “Digital Art Redefined”

It’s his 4th art book and his 18th book in all.  BURBANK, CA.   Ron Irwin has just released his 4th and to date most comprehensive art book “Digital Art Redefined”

Leonard Greco solo exhibition “Fairyland” opening

Opening reception: July 8th 7-10 p.m. On view: July 8 to August 8 Avenue 50 Studio 131 N Avenue 50 Los Angeles Ca 90042 (Los Angeles, June 2017) – Leonard Greco, known for his neo-medieval paintings, sculpture

John Steinbeck’s “In Dubious Battle” can help us navigate social discord

Rarely since the Great Depression has our country been as polarized and angry as it is today. On television, in newspapers, on social media, around the office water cooler,

Kate Huffman rocks the Fringe Festival

In what is by far the most entertaining one-person show I have ever seen anywhere anytime Kate Huffman is knocking it out of the park. Her one woman show

Fringe Festival presents “love in the time of taksim”

love in the time of taksim is a one person show more to the point a one woman show and I typically don’t much care for one person shows

“Insupressable” rocks the Fringe Festival

It is a short play, only about 40 minutes. It has a relatively large cast eight for a fairly diminutive venue. It is actually a musical. It is also

“Kinsherf’s Coat” a real highlight of Hollywood Fringe, according to unnamed sources

Dramatic Leaks State the ‘Play Without a Play’ is Actually Fun, Innovative Los Angeles — Bombshell reports have surfaced as the Hollywood Fringe sets to open that the weird, experimental

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