Kiss Me, Kate at Pasadena Playhouse, an Exciting New Look at the Classic Musical Starring Wayne Brady and Merle Dandridge

Kiss Me, Kate at Pasadena Playhouse, an Exciting New Look at the Classic Musical Starring Wayne Brady and Merle Dandridge

September 11, 2014 • Section: Cover Story

To quote the title of the opening number from the beloved musical Kiss Me, Kate, it’s “Another Op’nin’ Another Show” at the Pasadena Playhouse. But this version of the Cole Porter classic is incredibly special, according to The Pasadena Playhouse Artistic Director Sheldon Epps who is directing the production. The show opens September 16th and […]

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Burbank International Film Festival Opens Wednesday Night, September 3rd, at AMC 16 Theatres (0)

Burbank International Film Festival Opens Wednesday Night, September 3rd, at AMC 16 Theatres

The 6th Annual Burbank International Film Festival (BIFF) will take place September 3rd -7th in beautiful Downtown Burbank. Opening night at the AMC 16 Theatres will begin with celebrity arrivals, media red carpet, and a special world premiere of the Marilyn Monroe based short film, “Bombshell”. Other short films in the program include, “In The […]

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09-10-14 (0)

09-10-14

TOLUCA LAKE Celebrating California’s Birthday September 13th! On Saturday, September 13th, from 5 to 8pm, Councilmember Tom LaBonge will join Campo de Cahuenga in celebrating the birthday of California! The Campo de Cahuenga is the birthplace of California, where John C Fremont and Andres Pico met in 1847 to sign the agreement ending the Mexican-American […]

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When the Game Stands Tall (0)

When the Game Stands Tall

When the Game Stands Tall Runtime 117 minutes. OK for children. This cliché-ridden biopic of high school coach Bob Ladouceur (Jim Cavaiezel) and how his 2004 team coped with the ending of De La Salle’s (a small school just outside of Oakland) 151 game winning streak is so preachy it robs itself of entertainment value. […]

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Buried Child (0)

I only caught one play for “review” on the weekend, and it was a MESMERIZINGLY MACABRE drama. Hauntingly written by the infamously gritty and highly revered Sam Shepard, he was a Pulitzer Prize recipient in 1978 for this searing drama. A dark and eerily explosive story unfolds in a farmhouse in middle America. (BRILLIANTLY designed […]

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Lincoln Joins the Compact SUV Segment (0)

Lincoln Joins the Compact SUV Segment

As Ford’s Lincoln division (excuse me, the “Lincoln Motor Company”) claws its way out of a really ho-hum existence of late, it recently introduced its newest model, the MKC. The current Lincoln nomenclature can be confusing, but the MKC is a compact crossover sport utility to do battle with the likes of the BMW X3, […]

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Buried Child (0)

I only caught one play for “review” on the weekend, and it was a MESMERIZINGLY MACABRE drama. Hauntingly written by the infamously gritty and highly revered Sam Shepard, he was a Pulitzer Prize recipient in 1978 for this searing drama. A dark and eerily explosive story unfolds in a farmhouse in middle America. (BRILLIANTLY designed […]

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