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Actor-director John Malkovich at the president's home on the University of Illinois campus for a reception for Ebertfest, Wednesday, April 26, 2006.
Jake Shimabukuro is a world ambassador for the ukulele, filling concert halls across America -- and in Japan, Singapore, Russia and Brazil.
Neighbors say a proposed so-called "Generation 3" QuikTrip complete with 10 pumps and a full service convenience store at 34th Street and Southwest Trafficway could destroy their property values and safety.
While it won't come without costing homeowners, City Council approval of $56 million in bonds to extend sewers and upgrade the wastewater treatment plant appears to have averted fines for some residents with cesspools.
The tour also includes stops in St. Petersburg and Jacksonville, on Aug. 1 and Aug. 3, respectively.
Prosthetic technician David Jensen, left, and prosthetist Charles Crone, right, with client Brian Sealock and his Washington Capitals prosthetic leg.
Acclaimed producer-mixer uses RedNet hardware for Springsteen's recent High Hopes LP and other projects Los Angeles, CA, April 18, 2014 - In recent months, multi-GRAMMY Award-winning producer and mixer Chris Lord-Alge has adopted Focusrite's RedNet Ethernet-networked converters as the interface of choice between his Avid Pro Tools system and his ... (more)
Grads of $35,000-a-year prep school were 'masterminds behind heavily-armed drug ring at posh Philadelphia colleges and high schools' that they infiltrated by coaching lacrosse teams Top Hollywood bosses - including former Fox head, an ex-Disney TV president and a Broadway producer - accused alongside X-men director Bryan Singer of abusing boys Bode ... (more)
Noted director Edward Stern directsShakespeare's early comedy, "Love's Labour's Lost" for the UMKC theater department, with performances running May 2-11 in the Olson Performing Arts Center of Spencer Theatre on the UMKC campus.
2. BOSTON READY FOR SECOND-LARGEST RACE Amid tight security, 36,000 runners will take part in the city's marathon one year after a terrorist attack turned this sporting event into a tragedy.
Back by popular demand, Broadway's biggest blockbuster musical "Wicked" makes a return visit to the Borderland to lead a stellar lineup for Broadway in El Paso's 2014-15 season, El Paso Live and Jam Theatricals announced today.
With a fancy name like "California Hawaiian Mobile Estates," the trailer park on Snell Avenue should have been top-notch.
A slow-moving landslide claimed a house in Jackson, Wyoming as crews scrambled to prevent a water main from rupturing and flooding the affluent resort town with two million gallons of water, a city manager said Saturday.
The Texas Rep Theatre Co., Houston's Uptown Classic Theatre, continues a tradition of theatrical excellence in it's Ninth season with Steve Martin 's hysterical adaptation of Carl Sternheim 's farce comedy The Underpants.
The Musical of Musical opens on April 25 at the Quality Hill Playhouse in Kansas City.