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Have a laugh at “The Man Who Came to Dinner”

Written by Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman The Man Who Came to Dinner was first produced on stage in 1939 and has been on many stages around the world with adaptations on radio, TV and even a feature film. […]

Have a laugh at “The Man Who Came to Dinner”

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Written by Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman The Man Who Came to Dinner was first produced on stage in 1939 and has been on many stages around the world with adaptations on radio, TV and even a feature film. […]

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Hollywood Won’t Change

Unless you have known someone who was very famous, it is difficult to explain just how much fame can change a person. When the right over the top personality

World Series Game 6: it’s win or go home for Dodgers

Tonight the Los Angeles Dodgers are in the game of their season. It’s Game 6 of the 2017 World Series and the Houston Astros lead the series 3-2. One

‘Les Liaisons dangereuses’ gripping, torrid and dark

There are dangerous connections in Southern California these days and they don’t all involve Harvey Weinstein. In fact one such dangerous connection had its beginnings in France way back

Troubled waters over this and that

I have a problem, one that annoys the hell out of my wife and one that came out of left field. For the last two weeks, I keep using

Storybook Theatre presents “The Ugly Duckling”

Written by Hans Christian Andersen and first published in 1843 The Ugly Duckling is a story of transformation, acceptance and healthy interrelationships. It told the story well then and

Rep. Bass Amb. Eisen to host town hall on suing President Trump

LOS ANGELES — Today Rep. Karen Bass and former White House ethics lawyer Norm Eisen, who is overseeing the court case against President Trump's unconstitutional acceptance of emoluments, will host a town

Fit to be tied

Recently I began a new job that has me working in education again, only this time it is with the private sector. Working for a private counseling center, I

‘Redline’ is simply outstanding theatre

Every play, television show and movie begins in the imagination of one or more writers. The writer then must reduce his or her imagination to the printed word. Then

Dodgers clinch NL Pennant and move on to Fall Classic

Congratulations to the Los Angeles Dodgers for winning the  National League Championship Pennant. They did it in front of a sold out Wrigley Field crowd in Chicago hoping to

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