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  • The stage at the Cornelia Street Café.

    An Inviting Artist Oasis - The Cornelia Street Café

    New York is one of the world's epicenters for arts and entertainment and the Cornelia Street Cafe, located in Greenwich Village, is a prime example of a venue that is wholly dedicated to promoting the arts. The cafe makes it their mission to showcase both new and established artists who work in...
  • Anna Becker has great experience working in arts management.

    Interview with arts management professional Anna Becker

    Anna Becker has more than twenty years of experience working in the not-for-profit performing arts field. Anna has been the Executive Director of On Stage At Kingsborough since 2010, where she oversees a multi-disciplinary performing arts program at Kingsborough Community College in Brooklyn, New...
  • Brooklyn Bridge Park is in an area of Brooklyn called DUMBO.

    Brooklyn Bridge Park Hosts DUMBO Family Festival

    Brooklyn Bridge Park Conservancy is the organization that handles programming for the famed 85 acre park along the Brooklyn waterfront. For more than 30 years the Brooklyn Bridge Park Conservancy has strived to bring Brooklyn Bridge Park to life. The Brooklyn Bridge Park Conservancy started out as...
  • New comics will hit shelves March 2 for New Comic Book Day

    Shelf life: Comic releases for March 2

    March is a big month for comics, both on shelves and on screens. DC Comics' fans will get their long-awaited "Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice" film March 25. Until then, DC will be providing ample reading materials for fans of the red-caped god and shadow-stalking man. There are a few titles to...
  • Colorado Anime Fest will be opening for its first time this weekend in Denver

    What you need to know for the first Colorado Anime Fest this weekend

    Colorado will be getting a brand new anime convention to fall in love with just in time for Valentine’s Day. Colorado Anime Fest will be opening for its very first weekend this Friday Feb. 12 at the Renaissance Denver Stapleton Hotel. Being its first year, the con will be small in comparison to some...
  • Barbara Kruger installation

    UJINO performs Plywood City at Vancouver Art Gallery

    Saturday, February 20, the Vancouver Art Gallery in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada,opens an ambitious show that will fill all four floors of the gallery, the largest exhibit in the museum's history, with 371 works by 156 artists. "MashUp: The Birth of Modern Culture" traces the development...
  • The Righteous Brothers score No.1 with music critics

    The Righteous Brothers score No.1 with music critics

    The Righteous Brothers were at No.1 on the U.S. and U.K. singles music chart in 1965, with the Phil Spector song “You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feelin’. The song is considered by some music critics to be the ultimate expression and illustration of Spector’s “Wall of Sound” recording technique. Also a U.S...
  • (L-R) Jack Willis as Stan and Reza Salazar as Oscar

    Theatre Review: SWEAT at Arena Stage at the Mead Center for American Theater

    SWEAT is a beautiful realization of an ugly reality. It's a human way into a brutally dark corner of the American experience. Playwright Lynn Nottage pulls us into the beer-soaked pub that serves as a refuge for blue collar workers in Reading, PA, and thereby draws us into their downward spiraling...
  • The sun sets

    'The Bridges of Madison County:' one of the best contemporary scores to date

    'The Bridges of Madison County' opened at Fair Park on February 2, 2016. Though a romance set on a farm in Iowa may not sound appealing to some, this musical will surprise you. Based on the novel by Robert James Waller, it is the story of a housewife played by Elizabeth Stanley and her brief...
  • Learn about the art of neon signs at The Museum Of Neon Art (MONA)

    The Museum Of Neon Art Grand Opening Celebration Saturday Feb 6th, 2016

    On February 6th, 2016 from 7:00-10:00 PM The Museum Of Neon Art (MONA) will be opening the doors to it’s new home! After several moves over the years from Universal City Walk, Grand Hope Park and the Historic Core, MONA is making it’s home permanent in the City of Glendale. MONA was originally...
  • Trivia note on Beer Park menu

    Beer Park At Paris Las Vegas Is Strip’s First Rooftop Bar And Grill

    Beer Park at Paris Las Vegas opened with a grand visit from the famous Budweiser Clydesdales parading down the Las Vegas Strip to the resort’s entrance. Eight Clydesdales pulling the Budweiser carriage with a Dalmatian on top made the celebratory avenue trot with fans lining the street on Saturday...
  • Richard Dreyfuss and Blythe Danner

    'Madoff': Richard Dreyfuss and Blythe Danner lead this top-notch production

    ABC was really smart when casting Richard Dreyfuss for the role of Bernie Madoff for this week’s miniseries, "Madoff." I probably wouldn’t have bothered watching it if a lesser-known actor were to play the part. The whole Madoff scandal story didn’t really interest me before this casting news. Now...
  • Dirty Dancing

    'Dirty Dancing' pure magic

    The stage adaptation of ‘Dirty Dancing’ has arrived in Los Angeles at the Hollywood Pantages Theatre and is nothing short of pure magic. The energy is explosive and welcome; the dancing is true beauty in motion and the music is nothing less than sensational guaranteeing that this show will truly be...
  • The Beatles create a No.1 hit with Lady Madonna

    The Beatles create a No.1 hit with Lady Madonna

    In 1968, The Beatles start working on their new single “Lady Madonna” at Abbey Road studios in London. Recording three piano and drum takes with overdub bass, fuzz, guitars, drums and vocals. The song was written by Paul McCartney and credited to Lennon-McCartney. Once the song was released, it...
  • Unicycle

    A conversation with artist and sculptor John Morris

    Australia based artist and sculptor, John Morris graciously took time to answer questions about his fascinating wood sculptures. The striking sculptures give the viewer an insight into the human heart, the intricate frailty of our physical bodies and the magic of fantasy. Morris's wooden works of...
  • "The Capitoline Venus" by Mark Twain first published in 1869.  Kindle Edition 2013

    Political correctness in the art world

    Several classical statues of old Rome’s gods and goddesses, including the celebrated Capitoline Venus, were crated to keep them from the eyes of Hassan Rouhani, president of Iran, who was visiting Italy to seal $18 billion in new business for his country. Because the statuary is undraped, the fear...
  • Hosted by Country music superstar and coach panelist on NBC’s The Voice Blake Shelton, Nickelodeon’s 2016 Kids’ Choice Awards returns to the

    Nickelodeon announces nominees for 2016 Kids’ Choice Awards

    The nominees are in for Nickelodeon's 2016 Kids’ Choice Awards, the ultimate fan celebration of the best of everything kids love in pop culture. The nominees reflect the entertainment that audiences see, play, listen to and read in droves, from movies like Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Jurassic...
  • Turtle Island Quartet performs at McAninch Arts Center Club MAC

    Turtle Island Quartet performs at McAninch Arts Center Club MAC

    Blending the sounds of classical and jazz, the Turtle Island Quartet brings the “Birth of Cool” tour to the McAninch Arts Center (MAC) and Club MAC on Friday, February 26 and Saturday, February 27. Both performances are planned for 8 p.m. on each night. These performances are sponsored in part by...
  • Stephanie Gibson and ensemble in Empire

    ‘Empire’ at La Mirada, Long Beach Opera’s ‘Candide,’ Wooster Group's ‘The Room’

    Happy to report “Empire the Musical” (in its world premiere at La Mirada Theatre for the Performing Arts through Feb. 14) is a winner, and not only because it’s rare to see a brand new musical these days. This one’s about the gargantuan can-do effort to build the Empire State Building (then the...
  • National Museum of Cultures Mexico city celebrates 50 years

    Mesopatamia comes to the Museo Nacional 50 year anniversary

    The Museo Nacioanl de las Culturas of Mexico city is celebrating 50 years. Opened in 1966 in the old pre-historic section of the Aztecs in the location known as the "Black House" of Moctezuma II. It was established as a one of five National Museums in 1825 by the first President of Mexico. The 5...
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