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“Rabbit Hole” or Aleppo USA

This tightly written tragic/comedy/drama earned a coveted Pulitzer Prize for Best Drama for its creator David Lindsay-Abaire in 2007. Ten years later it has arrived on a Los Angeles Stage at the warm and cozy Lounge Theatre starring Toni Christopher, […]

“Rabbit Hole” or Aleppo USA

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This tightly written tragic/comedy/drama earned a coveted Pulitzer Prize for Best Drama for its creator David Lindsay-Abaire in 2007. Ten years later it has arrived on a Los Angeles Stage at the warm and cozy Lounge Theatre starring Toni Christopher, […]

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Born in China is as real as Disney gets

3 out of 4 stars Disney has a new star — and he doesn’t even say a word. His name is Tao Tao and in a split second, he goes from

Baltimore Archdiocese the focus of Netflix series “The Keepers”

“The Keepers” examines the unsolved murder of a popular nun and a related church sex abuse scandal and cover-up. Beginning on May 19, 2017, Netflix viewers will be able to view

Christianity is given an assist in “The Case For Christ”

Mike Vogel portrays investigative reporter Lee Strobel in The Case for Christ. Lee Strobel – an award-winning legal journalist – seemed to have it all. A loving wife with two

Marcia Ball and Lil’ Ed to perform in San Diego in May

ALLIGATOR ARTISTS TO PERFORM IN SAN DIEGO! Alligator Records artists Marcia Ball and Lil' Ed & The Blues Imperials will perform at the Gator By The Bay Festival in San

Supper is one meal you will never forget

Four brothers of an extremely wealthy and privileged family gather in Japan for the marriage of the one brother least likely to marry, that is the one clearly least

Don Carlos: Twenty minutes with the reggae legend

With his signature sweet voice and a successful career spanning over four decades, Don Carlos is unquestionably a legendary figure in reggae music. The worldwide appeal of Carlos’ unique

Smurfs: The Lost Village makes your brown eyes blue

2 out of 4 stars Consider yourself warned: Smurfs: The Lost Village is nothing more than an extended version of the 1980s TV cartoon series about the blue people who live in a

Punk Rock will rock your world in ways you never imagined

The setting is a pleasant British prep school where a small group of divergent young men and women gather to exchange words, dreams and ideas. At first the banter

Falcon Theatre presents “The Complete History of Comedy (abridged)”

The show begins much as humanity is believed to have begun as cavemen and cavewomen. Soon the very pregnant cavewoman begins squirting out babies, lots and lots of babies

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