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  • "Lotus" by Marsha Doran (2014, mixed media)
    Marsha Doran presents 'Fragmented Symbols' at Chelsea gallery show
    The Blue Mountain Gallery in Chelsea is currently presenting aseries of works by Marsha Doran for an exhibition titled Fragmented Symbols. For this show, Doran unveils mixed media abstract pieces consisting of materials such as dress patterns,...
  • Bill Grisolia: 3 quick questions
    Bill Grisolia: 3 quick questions
    3 quick questions . . .with Bill GrisoliaNew Blues Revolution is a Los Angeles-based band founded by Bill Grisolia (lead vocals and piano) and Chap Cooper (guitars). While the band roster may have varied somewhat since its beginnings, the current...
  • Michael Jackson in Studio Red Part 1
    The abbreviated mind faces "The King of Music" dilemma (part 1 of 2)
    For those members of a given demographic made uneasy by the idea of eventually becoming just one more minority in America, an abbreviated mind taking note of the evolving dynamics could react with overwhelming fear. The carnage inflicted by Dylann...
  • Abraham "Chamaco" Lopez
    Abraham "Chamaco" Lopez: LA Fight Club Main Attraction For August 6th.
    When Abraham "Chamaco" Lopez knocks his opponents out, it's usually in the early rounds of the fight.Last May, Lopez landed a crippling left hook to the body of Alfred Tetteh (23-4-1, 20 KOs) in the 5th round that brought his KO...
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    This week around Buffalo: August 3-9, 2015
    The Taste of Clarence features one of the biggest cruise nights in the area – and it’s happening this week! It’s also county fair season – see where the fun is happening this week. There’s always plenty to do in...
  • Summerfest silver anniversary
    Summerfest observes silver anniversary with Walton's face, chestnuts, and buffet
    July 25 was a special evening at UMKC's White Recital Hall, and the banquet hall across the way. The third of four July concerts was dubbed the official celebration of Summerfest's refreshing a parched Kansas City with mid-summer classical...
  • Rainbow Girls
    On the road with Rainbow Girls
    Rainbow Girls brought their exuberant energy and music to San Francisco last weekend for an over-the-top masquerade party at Great American Music Hall. The band is midway through their Summer/West Coast Tour and yesterday afternoon found them at...
  • Did Jackson Pollock turn Joan Miro progressive?
    Giving American art credit where it’s not due
    Absurd. That what you’ll likely think when you hear that Spanish-born avant-gardist Joan Miro, one of the 20th century’s first abstract painters, credited New York abstract painters Jackson Pollock, Mark Rothko and Franz Kline for...
  • The Core Theatre
    Back Burner : Core Theatre's Portal to the Keep
    A spoof that seems to take inspiration from Star Wars and perhaps Back to the Future, Portal to the Keep is a low key, tongue-in-cheek comedy that Core Theatre was kind enough to invite me to on closing night. Lacey and John are brother and sister...
  • "The World in Our Hands"
    Wildlife photos show alternatives to lion's killing
    In a striking and meaningful coincidence, as the story of Cecil the lion killed by an American hunter keeps dominating headlines around the world, an exhibit of BigPicture Natural World Photography Competition winners opened in the California...
  • Allie Nault crowned Miss America's Outstanding Teen
    Allie Nault crowned Miss America's Outstanding Teen
    Allie Nault of New Hampshire was crowned Miss America's Outstanding Teen 2016 Saturday night in Orlando, Florida, Miss America Kira Kazantsev announced. The teen pageant is the younger-sister competition within the Miss America Organization....
  • Salon Ziba launches new salon.
    Salon Ziba launches new salon
    Salon Ziba had an opening party at the sophisticated new Salon Ziba (50 West 57th Street, 2nd floor, between 5th and 6th Avenues,) on Thursday, June 25th, from 6:00-9:00 pm. They celebrated the launch of their new salon with delicious cocktails...
  • The Manhattan Cricket Club
    Manhattan Cricket Club introduces its martini service
    The Manhattan Cricket Club(part of the Burke & Wills Australian Bistro) in New York is an escapist throwback to the Colonial Era, the British Empire at the turn of the 20th Century, an homage to the classic cricket clubs in Australia complete...
  • Gainsborough, Hilly Landscape with Figures Approaching a Bridge (c. 1763),
    ' Luminous Worlds: British Works on Paper, 1760-1900' at the Legion of Honor
    "Luminous Worlds: British Works on Paper, 1760-1900” at the Legion of Honor is more than an addendum to the de Young's major exhibition, “J.M.W. Turner: Painting Set Free.” By culling relevant works from the holdings of...
  • Always...Patsy Cline
    Always...Patsy Cline
    Virginia Patterson Hensley was born on September 8th 1932 in Gore, Virginia. She had talent, lots of talent and by the mid 1950’s she had emerged unto the world as one of the most popular and driving musical forces popularly known as Patsy...
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