Archive for September, 2011

Considering Private School Education for Your Child? Attend Page Private School’s Open House

Considering Private School Education for Your Child? Attend Page Private School’s Open House

Beverly Hills, Calif. – Page Private School will be hosting a back-to-school Open House to welcome any parents who are interested in a private school education for their family. The back-to-school Open House is on Saturday, Sept. 24, from 10 a.m.—Noon. “We invite prospective parents who are interested in providing a private education for their […]

Now Starring at St. Paul’s in North Hollywood!

Now Starring at St. Paul’s in North Hollywood!

The stars are shining brightly at St. Paul’s First Lutheran School and Preschool in North Hollywood! Over 175 shining and glimmering youngsters are enjoying the first days of school at St. Paul’s. Many students, teachers and programs are glowing magnificently: Eighth grade student, Sheena, is an Accelerated Reader Star who read over 50 literature books […]

The Only Humanistic Jewish Congregation and Secular Sunday School In Greater Los Angeles!

The Only Humanistic Jewish Congregation and Secular Sunday School In Greater Los Angeles!

Adat Chaverim is a warm, welcoming and inclusive congregation — and so is our Joe Steinberg Secular Sunday School! The school is an amazing place, and we still have openings for the fall semester. Our students really do look forward to going to Sunday sessions. And some classmates have even brought their friends with them […]

Announcing the 2011 Annual Malibu Music Awards & Festival, Sept. 24

Announcing the 2011 Annual Malibu Music Awards & Festival, Sept. 24

The 2011 Malibu Music Awards together with Honorary Chair Linda Thompson, invite you to join them and the Malibu Community VIPs and Celebrities on Saturday, Sept. 24, at 7:30 p.m. for the 2011 Annual Malibu Music Awards & Festival in celebration of the success, achievements and accomplishments of those who have made a significant contribution […]

Prizzi’s Restaurant: New Location, Same Great Taste, Specials Galore

Prizzi’s Restaurant: New Location, Same Great Taste, Specials Galore

By Greg Smith, Staff Writer BREAKING: Droves of Franklin Village-ites from Hollywood are digging an underground tunnel to Burbank because their prized Prizzi’s has moved. Not really, but Burbank has earned a major coup with this premier Italian eatery. From 1989 when Prizzi’s was a hole-in-the-wall deli to its present incarnation as a full restaurant […]

Lion King

Lion King

Lion King Run Time 89 minutes. OK for children. If there is any activity more boring than watching a full length cartoon, I have yet to be exposed to it. Sitting through a 90-minute cartoon is about as exciting as watching grass grow. In the olden days going to the movies consisted of a double […]

A Different Take on Richard III

A Different Take on Richard III

By Zena Kapsoff Richard III by William Shakespeare is presented by the Southern California Shakespeare Festival (SCSF). The classic play stars and is directed by Lisa Wolpe. The SCSF is known for its non-traditional casting with women playing men and men playing women. But during Shakespeare’s time, didn’t men play women all the time? These […]

Eugene O’Neill Had More to Say

Eugene O’Neill Had More to Say

By Zena Kapsoff The Unauthorized Afterlife of Eugene O’Neill is a one-man show written and performed by James Cady. The play is directed by Brian Hansen and produced by Donna Marie Barra. The play begins at Eugene O’Neill’s end with “born in a hotel room… died in a hotel room.” James Cady explores the life […]

Give These D3LINQUENTZ Another Chance

Give These D3LINQUENTZ Another Chance

By Zena Kapsoff D3LINQUENTZ is a one-woman show written, performed and co-produced by Stefany Northcutt. The play is directed and co-produced by George C. Stiehl and located at the Write Act Repertory Company. D3LINQUENTZ centers on four juvenile delinquents at a Group Home to “straighten up.” There is Stefany, the damaged girl, whose Mom doesn’t […]

Capricious Fate, Fortune & Folly from Neo Ensemble Theatre

Capricious Fate, Fortune & Folly from Neo Ensemble Theatre

As far as subjects of plays go, Surprises, from award winning playwright Mark Harvey Levine, is a perfectly great choice. L.A. theatergoers will find each compelling scenario a tiny gem in our complex world of worries and wonder. Tales of heartbreak, survival, life and death contain a goldmine of material with toughness and tenderness intertwined. […]