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Walking: Great for health and happiness

It is true; to maintain health, enhance happiness and even to improve wealth we all need to exercise. Fortunately, there are limitless ways we can get that essential exercise. There are many organized sports, gobs of gyms, personal trainers, tennis […]

Walking: Great for health and happiness

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It is true; to maintain health, enhance happiness and even to improve wealth we all need to exercise. Fortunately, there are limitless ways we can get that essential exercise. There are many organized sports, gobs of gyms, personal trainers, tennis […]

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Gloria is here so don’t cross her

Written by playwright Branden Jacobs-Jenkins Gloria debuted at the Vanguard Theatre, Off-Broadway, in May of 2015. By 2016 it became a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize for a Drama.

Never, ever quit

We know plenty of people who have set out on a particular path only to quit when they are faced with seemingly insurmountable obstacles. This is true in virtually

Time Stands Still: What’s really fair in love and war?

Sarah is an international news photographer nearly killed while on a recent assignment in a hot war zone. Beaten and bruised she is still alive and very happy to

Romeo and Juliet as you have never seen it before

Okay so you may have heard about the ill-fated love between the 16 year old boy, Romeo Montague and a 13 year old Juliet Capulet both from Verona, Italy

Silver Spur Awards take the stage for 21st year

If you are among the 60% of people on planet earth who love Western movies then you simply cannot miss this spectacular annual event produced and presented by reelcowboys.org. 

Comedy in Brooklyn, NY? At least in this household

It begins with a ghostly figure, the patriarch of the family Murray Grazonsky [John Plashette]. The time is soon approaching Rosh Hashanah in 1967 and the location is a

Joe’s Diner has at least one great waitress at the Pantages Theatre

The show opens in Joe’s Diner located somewhere in Dixie. The owner, Joe is a gruff but honest man and his three waitresses are portrayed in a fairly typical,

Dylan Thomas brings a dark humor to Atwater Village Theatre with “Under Milk Wood”

Under Milk Wood came to life in 1954 written by Welsh poet Dylan Thomas and commissioned by the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC). The story was compelling and by 1972

Stephen Sondheim brought to the stage in ‘Side By Side’

Stephen Sondheim is arguably one of if not they most prolific song writers in musical theatre. Don’t think so?  Just check out this list. Now the musical tribute to the

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