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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 boarding house in Brooklyn, New York. The still living family members […]

Comedy in Brooklyn, NY? At least in this household

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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 boarding house in Brooklyn, New York. The still living family members […]

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Aretha Franklin, Queen of Soul, dies at 76

WASHINGTON — Aretha Franklin, "The Queen of Soul," died Thursday morning at her Detroit home, a family statement said Thursday. She was 76. Franklin died at 9:50 a.m. EDT surrounded by family

Tommy Castro and the Painkillers will perform in San Diego

The Los Angeles-based Tommy Castro and the Painkillers will perform at the AimLoan.com San Diego Blues Festival, September 8, 2018. They are hitting the road after the release of their

Gloria Gifford tells of how Bill Cosby impacted her career

HOLLYWOOD, CA August 9th 2018 Wednesday morning Gloria Gifford joined radio talk show hosts Ron Irwin, Rick Perry and Victor Onuigbo for a live 45 minute in depth interview

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

Fallout for this impossible mission

3 out of 4 stars “Mission Impossible – Fallout” has indeed done the impossible: it proves a franchise can get better over time, with each film better than the preceding

Toots Hibbert: “It takes time to build a mansion”

In his rollicking tell-all book, “The Half That’s Never Been Told: The Real-Life Reggae Adventures of Doctor Dread” (Akashic Books 2015), Gary Himelfarb a.k.a. “Dr. Dread” and the founder of

New moms ‘Cry It Out’ with Echo Theatre Co

Absolutely anyone who has brought a child into this world knows well how deeply life changing that experience truly is in every way. But some people are more severely

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