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had found a home at last, the nomads are moving again. So when the new show, "Welcome Home Jenny Sutter" opens May 26, the actors may be performing in the old Korea Times building at 20th Street and Telegraph Avenue.
It's curtains for the Pantages Theatre, Vancouver's oldest vaudeville and movie house. The century old landmark at 144-150 East Hastings near Main will probably be torn down in the next couple of days, after the city issued a demolition permit for
Oscar winner Dame Helen Mirren just accomplished another career milestone. Her hand and footprints are now preserved in cement outside the historic Grauman's Chinese Theater. She told reporters she considers it the highlight of her accomplishments...
Published in The Daily Journal print edition March 26, 2011 Travel the country, and you'll discover that Chicago is known for many things. It's known, of course, for its food (hot dogs, pizza and fine dining). It's known, of course, for its
“Born to Be Wild” narrated by Morgan Freeman will have a private screening at the Fox Theater in Tucson. The private screening is for an inspired story of love, dedication and the bond between humans and animals.
Bringing in what's labeled as visionary Samoan movement artist Lemi Ponifasio and his company MAU to the historic Million Dollar Theater downtown this weekend, the adventurous presenter will host the U.S. premiere of the internationally acclaimed
Sheryl Crow left young son Levi at home for a quick trip to the airport with her eldest son Wyatt. The singing superstar stayed ultra close to her adorable son while the two made their way through LAX. Just yesterday, Crow's cookbook, "If It Makes
00 am Malin Akerman hits the red carpet at the premiere of Sucker Punch held at the Grauman's Chinese Theater on Wednesday (March 23) in Los Angeles. The 32-year-old Wanderlust actress wore a red Holmes & Yang dress along with jewelry by Stephen
James "Buzz" Cusack and Kathleen Cusack are expected to announce their new layout at a public meeting this morning at the North Baltimore landmark. It will allow them to book more films and move them around a flexibility they say is essential for the
00 am (0) Comments Font Size: Swiss-American music virtuosos the Kruger Brothers will make their return to Flagstaff in April for two shows as a partnership between Flagstaff Friends of Traditional Music and the Flagstaff Symphony Orchestra.