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Honky Tonk Laundry is foot-stomping’, knee-slappin’ fun

If you like country music and I mean good old fashion s**t kicking Grand Ole Opry playing country music than you will absolutely love this show. The two principal characters Lana Mae Hopkins, played by Bets Malone, and Katie Lane […]

Honky Tonk Laundry is foot-stomping’, knee-slappin’ fun

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If you like country music and I mean good old fashion s**t kicking Grand Ole Opry playing country music than you will absolutely love this show. The two principal characters Lana Mae Hopkins, played by Bets Malone, and Katie Lane […]

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Even grandparents can relate to “Spider-Man: Homecoming”

Frankly I have never been that much of a “Spider-Man” fan. I mean really some guy flipping around in a weird suit swinging about from web to web.  But

Safeguarding Bob Marley with “So Much Things to Say”

In reviewing Roger Steffens’s latest book, So Much Things to Say: The Oral History of Bob Marley, Hua Hsu asserts in The New Yorker that Steffens’s contribution to the

Sierra Madre Playhouse has a Dream on Royal Street

The Dream on Royal Street is currently on stage at the Sierra Madre Playhouse, a venue with a long history of staging great theatrical performances. They have labelled this show

Travel: Let’s take a cruise

Not long ago my wife and I wanted to do something different that would be fun, take us somewhere we hadn’t been before, didn’t cost too much and with

Rainguard introduces Vandlguard to protect against graffiti

NEWPORT BEACH, Calif. (July 31, 2017) – Rainguard®, the global leader in environmentally-friendly surface protection solutions for home, architecture, commercial and building contractor challenges, has unveiled its newest Anti-Graffiti

Solvang: Denmark in California

So you have long wanted to visit the home of famous writer Hans Christian Andersen and you have long yearned for some delicious Danish food including their well-known pastries.

King Yellowman defends gay rights at Reggae on the Mountain

Born with albinism in 1956, dancehall music legend King Yellowman was rejected from birth. As a baby, he was found in a supermarket’s trash heap in Kingston, Jamaica. Miraculously

Music royalty & Raging Fyah figure prominently at Reggae on the Mountain 2017

When Yellowman, the perennially provocative “King of Dancehall Music,” pointed at the assembled crowd at this year’s eighth annual Reggae on the Mountain (July 22-23) in California, “nobody move,

Zany passion: The Marvelous and more Wonderettes

The year is 1958 and the location is Springfield High School or pretty much any high school in Anytown USA and it is senior prom night. The entertainment is

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