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Showbiz Managers Nationwide Will Convene

PALM SPRINGS, CA– Personal Managers Interchange, a trade conference for professional entertainment, music, sports and talent managers, will be held April 22-23, 2015, at Morongo Casino Resort & Spa in Cabazon. Presented by the National Conference of Personal Managers (NCOPM), the two-day business conference will provide managers nationwide with networking, education and insight on issues […]

AN HISTORIC EVENT FOR DESERT HOT SPINGS: DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING WALK

AN HISTORIC EVENT FOR DESERT HOT SPINGS: DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING WALK

Desert Hot Springs, CA. January 8th, 2015:  The Community of Desert Hot Springs will be taking part in their first ever Unity and Peace Walk in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King. Beginning at the city’s police station, 65-950 Pierson Blvd. at 10:00 AM on January 19, 2015, the walk will proceed down Pierson Blvd. […]

North Coast Rep Theatre Has A Triumph With “Freud’s Last Session”

North Coast Rep Theatre Has A Triumph With “Freud’s Last Session”

At last, a thinking person’s play about the vexing concepts and issues concerning the philosophy of science versus the philosophy of faith in today’s society.  It wasn’t much of an issue, say, 5000 years ago.  Then again, there wasn’t much of a scientific community or advocates to challenge the established order.  But, today it’s a […]

 St. Joseph Players Present Neil Simon’s “Brighton Beach Memoirs”

 St. Joseph Players Present Neil Simon’s “Brighton Beach Memoirs”

St. Joseph Players of Yucca Valley are presenting Neil Simon’s semi-autobiographical nostalgic comedy “Brighton Beach Memoirs”.  It’s one of Neil’s personal favorites even to the point of writing the lead character of Eugene Jerome based directly on his own experiences growing up as a teenager in Brooklyn, NY during the 1930’s and the Great Depression. […]

Old Globe Theatre Presents World Premiere Of Steve Martin Musical

Old Globe Theatre Presents World Premiere Of Steve Martin Musical

Life is a journey and every journey has a story to tell.  The musical fable now on the stage of the Donald and Darlene Shiley theatre is the new musical “Bright Star”, co-written and composed by Steve Martin and Edie Brickell, and deftly directed by Walter Bobbie. The immensely multi-talented Steve Martin – actor, playwright, […]

Top 12 Tips To Overcome Procrastination

Top 12 Tips To Overcome Procrastination

“How many times do you make a promise to do a certain task and then do – nothing? “ “How often do you set a goal but never seem to make any progress towards achieving it?” “Are you a writer who doesn’t write, a painter who doesn’t paint or an entrepreneur who never starts a venture?” […]

 Pasadena Playhouse Stage Sizzles With “Kiss Me, Kate” Musical

 Pasadena Playhouse Stage Sizzles With “Kiss Me, Kate” Musical

Any time a theatre presents a Cole Porter musical, expectations run high.  After all, we’re dealing with a giant of the American musical theatre.  Porter is one of the most iconic and sophisticated composer/lyricists in Broadway history.  A Cole Porter show borders on being almost bulletproof in the hands of a skilled director with a […]

Paradise Ranch 1st Annual WORLD DAY of PEACE Outdoor Music Festival

Paradise Ranch 1st Annual WORLD DAY of PEACE Outdoor Music Festival

Paradise Ranch  1st Annual WORLD DAY of PEACE Outdoor Music Festival and Kitty’s Wildlife Rescue Fundraiser 21900 Penny Lane, Sky Valley, CA 92241 Sunday, September 21st From 2pm until we’re done!! with The Most Incredible Gathering of Music & Musicians That you’ve heard in a very long time – maybe ever!! for A Worthy Cause […]

CV Link Approved!

CV Link Approved!

San Jose, CA.– The Coachella Valley Association of Governments (CVAG) is proud to announce that CV Link, a 50-mile pedestrian, bicycle and low-speed electric vehicle transportation corridor along the Whitewater River, was approved today to receive $10.9 million in Active Transportation Program (ATP) funding by the California Transportation Commission. Riverside County Supervisor John J. Benoit […]

The Sandwich Spot Continues To Hit The Spot

The Sandwich Spot Continues To Hit The Spot

Palm Springs – The sandwich is not exactly the culinary equivalent to the Mona Lisa. Sandwiches get a bad-wrap. They are considered simple; they are to-go food – something has only to be eaten when in too much of a hurry to get something better. Proving these notions wrong, The Sandwich Spot in Palm Springs […]