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April 2013

The Youngest Female Playwright in America Comes to Hollywood

ZK Lowenfels is a 20 year-old female, and this summer when her play stages at the 2013 Hollywood Fringe Festival, she will be the youngest female playwright in America. Making her playwriting debut with Sewer Rats at Sea – a... Continue Reading →

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Barbara Mandrell Speaks About Her Friend George Jones

Barbara Mandrell issued the following statement in response to the recent news of the passing of her dear friend, American Country Music singer George Jones, known for his long list of hit records, his distinctive voice and phrasing and his... Continue Reading →

We Fall Down – We Get Up

RG Dance Projects presents We Fall Down, We Get Up featuring three pieces from choreographer and Artistic Director Rubén Graciani on May 17, 2013 at 8pm and May 18, 2013 at 3pm and 8pm at the Martha Graham Center for Contemporary Dance's Studio... Continue Reading →

Art and Scandal: The Naked Truth

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move It was an excuse to buy a Kindle.  Why was I finding it so difficult to pick up a book and read…a seemingly simple task…and meant to be pleasurable…yet draining in the mere... Continue Reading →

Catwalk for Kids: The Anti-Honey Boo Boo

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move There’s no turning back the tide. The Pale Cloud featured styles at the Vogue Bambini show held during the 2013 New York Kids Fashion Week (who even knew there was a fashion week... Continue Reading →

13 Sustainable Ways To Help The Planet: Earth Day 2013

U.S. universities are adopting policies that reduce campus food waste and divert surplus waste for composting or food banks. . As the world celebrates Earth Day, sustainable food and agriculture systems can play a big role in preserving the environment... Continue Reading →

Art & Fashion: Poetic Monday Mornings with Chanel

. Our friend uber fashion film artist Trevor Undi is back.  This time he's set us up with his newest film creation artfully showcasing the stunning elements of Karl Lagerfeld's Métiers d'Art 2012/13 collection at Scotland’s Linlithgow Palace. Set against... Continue Reading →

Theatricum Botanicaum Gives The “Izzy” to Playwright Michael Gene Sullivan

“Botanicum Seedlings,” Theatricum Botanicum's development series for playwrights, announced yesterday, the recipient of its 4th Annual “Izzy” Award. The winning play is Recipe by Michael Gene Sullivan. First presented as part of last year's spring playreadings, Sullivan's comedy is about members of a... Continue Reading →

Waikoko! It’s Made with Aloha…

Re-hydrating with the ancient sports drink of the Pacific Islands, felt gentler, friendlier, more soothing somehow... Slowly sipping Waikoko, while staring out at the wild, WILD waves, salt in my nostrils as seals and seagulls, dolphins and pelicans danced in view...... Continue Reading →

Queen Mary 2nd Annual West Coast BBQ Championships

THE QUEEN MARY PRESENTS  THE 2ND ANNUAL WEST COAST BBQ CLASSIC West Coasters from near and far are invited to join Sixty Pit Masters From Around the Country as they compete for Tastebuds and Titles at this one-day BBQ Championship  The competition this year is... Continue Reading →

Cheesy Art Makes Guiness World Record!

Every comestibles connoisseur will snobily tell you that making cheese is in itself an art. Making art out of cheese is quite another thing! But Sarah Kaufmann, The Cheese Lady, managed to do just that in 2011 when she earned a Guiness World Record... Continue Reading →

A Prayer For My Fellow Bostonians

Reading online and then watching the footage today of the horrific event that took place in downtown Boston, which happens to be my hometown, was really shocking.  As far as I know, I myself am fortunate enough to be able... Continue Reading →

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