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Sister Mary gets in the act in Boyle Heights

I have been blessed with a very long history of viewing and enjoying theatre going all the way back to 1950 in Chicago. Later in life I had the immense pleasure of seeing Joel Grey and Jill Haworth in Cabaretat […]

Sister Mary gets in the act in Boyle Heights

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I have been blessed with a very long history of viewing and enjoying theatre going all the way back to 1950 in Chicago. Later in life I had the immense pleasure of seeing Joel Grey and Jill Haworth in Cabaretat […]

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Doheny Blues Festival gets its Alligator on

The Doheny Blues Festival in Dana Point will be featuring two acts from the Alligator Records stable. The label has a long history of bringing up great blues acts

Reggae icon Max Romeo: “How do you fight the devil with a lawyer?”

In a career spanning fifty-five years, legendary reggae star Max Romeo’s many hit songs have brought joy to millions of fans and influenced generations of artists, including rap mogul

Agatha Christie’s The Secret of Chimneys

The Secret of Chimneys has more twists and turns than a renegade tornado. Lord Caterham has been persuaded to host a party at his country estate Chimneys. In attendance

Morro Bay, California is simply awesome

It has long been said that in matters of real estate the three most important elements to consider are location, location and location. Proof of the validity of that

Andre Brooks stars as Steeve McQueen in Chasing Bullitt (2018)

Erratic driving wrecks Steve McQueen biopic ‘Chasing Bullitt’

Andre Brooks portrays film icon Steve McQueen in Chasing Bullitt. (Toe Pictures) There was a time, not all that long ago, when matinee idol Steve McQueen was arguably the most

Sly Dunbar: 10 minutes with the superstar drummer

Sly Dunbar is one of the most innovative and influential drummers of all time. Individually and together with his “riddim twin” bassist Robbie Shakespeare, Dunbar has played with the

CATS is as spectacular as it is unique

CATS is the fourth longest running show in Broadway history and now it has returned to Los Angeles and the magnificent Hollywood Pantages Theatre. Based on a book by

‘Tuesdays with Morrie’ is a powerful love story

Journalist Mitch Albom wrote a book, a memoir detailing the powerful emotions generated as he stood by his long time best friend Morrie Schwartz as he, Morrie came to

Scientist vs. Cooper, The Interview: Round 2

Honoring the 78th birthday of the late dub music pioneer Osbourne “King Tubby” Ruddock (1941-1989), Jamaica’s leading daily newspaper the Gleaner published an article at the end of January

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