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Stephane Duret Stars on Broadway in Hysterical “Kinky Boots”

New York, N.Y. Our friend Stephane Duret opens this weekend on Broadway in the hysterical Kinky Boots. Stephan attended the J. Luce Foundation launch of our Hellenic Fund that supports youth, both migrant and native, in Greece. He is very involved in charity, with the theater organization for autistic children — Kaiser Room — particularly close to his […]

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How To Succeed as an Ethnically Ambiguous Actor (Off-Broadway) (2016)

New York, N.Y. Zenobia Shroff and Arpita Mukherjee’s outstanding play, How To Succeed as an Ethnically Ambiguous Actor, takes you through the eyes of actor, Zenobia Shroff, the path she chose, and the life she didn’t. It was absolutely remarkable, lively, and so much fun to watch. The play was held at the Paradise Factory, Downstairs Theater, 64 […]

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‘The Scintas & a Steak’ Dinner Show Package a Stellar Vegas Value

Courtesy of The Scintas Show

Las Vegas, Nevada. Whether or not you’re planning a stay at The Plaza Hotel in downtown Las Vegas, there’s one entertainment offering at the property you’ll do well not to miss:  “The Scintas and a Steak” dinner-and-a-show package. The shockingly affordable experience combines an ample three-course prix fixe dinner at Oscar’s revered “Beef, Booze & […]

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Young Playwright’s Works Explore Race, Identity in America

New York, N.Y.  Branden Jacobs-Jenkins uses the stage to get audiences thinking and talking about identity in America. Over the past five years, the 30-year-old playwright has established himself in the profession with a trilogy of highly provocative and fantastical explorations of race. Amber Gray as Zoe, the title character in An Octoroon. She and […]

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Communist Comedy of Manners in Upper East Side Art Salon

New York, N.Y.  I have several token conservative friends and acquaintances just to prove to myself that I am indeed liberal.  One of them is a former New York Post writer named Doug Dechert.  Doug inherited his views – and his wit – from his father William John Dechert, an industrialist I understand helped build […]

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Wellness Finds for a Better New Year

The Biltmore Hotel Miami Celebrates 95th Anniversary

Barton G. Miami Beach a Bodacious Night Out

SM-ART: Smoky Mountain Youth Art Gallery WonderWorks Pigeon Forge New Exhibit Featuring Local Youth Art

FLO-ART: North Florida Youth Art Gallery WonderWorks Panama City Beach Announces Youth Art Contest Winners

OZART: Missouri & Arkansas Youth Artists Gallery WonderWorks Branson New Exhibit Featuring Local Youth Art