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HOLLY NEAR, BARBARA DANE, RONNIE GILBERT, WAVY GRAVY, COUNTRY JOE MCDONALD, JOEL RAFAEL AND MANY OTHERS TO PERFORM BERKELEY, Calif., Feb.
At age 93, folk legend Pete Seeger rallied to celebrate the beginning of a new Bruderhof community. Esopus, New York (PRWEB) March 10, 2013 At age 93,
MARINA DEL REY, Calif. Sept. 29 /PRNewswire/ -- 92 year-old Hollywood publicist Julian Myers will compete in 13 track and field events in Huntsman World Senior Games in St.
Woody Allen says he's not opposed to Broadway stage musical adaptations of his films, but insists he has no interest in writing or even seeing them. I myself would have no interest in that whatsoever. None.
The achievements of author and former postal employee Richard Wright are being honored with a first-class postage stamp, the U.S. Postal Service has announced. The late writer is best known for his works about racism in America, such as Native Son and Black Boy.
LOS ANGELES, Jan.
By Channing Gray When last we heard from the cutthroat Hubbard clan, sister Regina was pulling a fast one on brothers Ben and Oscar. That was three years ago, when 2nd Story Theatre staged Lillian Hellman's The Little Foxes, which tells of the battles between the ruthless Hubbard siblings.
By Channing Gray It's been three years since then 17-year-old Gabby Sherba played Alexandra Giddens in 2nd Story Theatre's production of The Little Foxes, Lillian Hellman's look at the machinations of the cutthroat Hubbard clan.
By Sally Hogarty ONSTAGE THEATRE in Pleasant Hill begins its 31st season with Mark Dunn's "Helen's Most Favorite Day." The romantic comedy takes place at a small town's summer carnival, where Helen meets and falls in love with a carnie worker who saved her and her sister from disaster on top of the Ferris wheel many years before.
By Margot Abbott VALLEY TIMES THE NINTH ANNUAL Eugene O'Neill Festival begins Thursday, Sept. 18. Last week I talked at length about this year's honoree, the late actor Paul Robeson, but didn't give you proper information about the festival.
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