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Pearl Harbor attack and its consequences come to life in ‘Nothing is the Same’

It was a pleasant warm day in Hawaii on December 7th 1941. Children were having great fun playing marbles and gently teasing each other as children often will do. Hawaii is a great melting pot of cultures from all across […]

Pearl Harbor attack and its consequences come to life in ‘Nothing is the Same’

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It was a pleasant warm day in Hawaii on December 7th 1941. Children were having great fun playing marbles and gently teasing each other as children often will do. Hawaii is a great melting pot of cultures from all across […]

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Love is the lesson in ‘The Enchanted Nightingale’

The Garry Marshall Theatre in Burbank is well and correctly known for its visual appeal and comfort and for being a venue where the entertainment shines bright. But the

Smart PDF solutions: Optical Character Recognition for PDF

The optical character recognition feature (OCR) The OCR feature is a smart solution present in the sophisticated online PDF tools that will allow the user to turn the scanned document,

Freud’s Last Session will make you think

Sigmund Freud was born in Austria on May 6th 1856. He trained and became a neurologist but went on to be the founder of psychoanalysis. In 1939 he fled

Aladdin will make you say “Wow!”

The pure magic begins with the song “Arabian Nights” and with the Genie played by Michael James Scott who is unbelievably powerful, energetic and pure fun along with the

Jail dynamics: ‘Bugaboo and the Silent One’

Bugaboo [played by award winning actress Heidi Sulzman] is a lonely loud mouth chatter box locked up in the Henderson County Jail in West Virginia. She has been alone

FanLogic could make 2018 your best year ever

Way back in 1994, just 24 years ago a very driven and creative man in Seattle, Washington started a brand new company. His name is Jeff Bezos and his

Keith and Tex: A revealing conversation with the Rocksteady Rulers

Despite a near thirty-year separation, perhaps no singing duo in music history has enjoyed a comparably resilient, prolific, and successful partnership, as Jamaican rocksteady icons Keith Rowe and Phillip

Crazy is the only way to describe ‘51-50: The Book’

Just try and imagine this. An 18-year-old Marine Private gets free tickets to and a free executive airplane ride to and from the 1964 Olympic Games in Tokyo Japan,

‘Christmas Carol with Charles Dickens’ a most unusual play

A Christmas Carol with Charles Dickens does indeed have all of the important elements of the more typical version of A Christmas Carol but it does so with but

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