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“Taste Africa in Style” African Fries, Shrimp, Black Cod, Salsa

Season, cod fish, shrimp with coriander, salt and black pepper. In a pan over medium heat. Add one tablespoon coconut oil. Add fish, cooked on skin side for 3 minutes, turn it on the other side, add shrimp and thyme. Cook on meduim heat for about 4 minutes.

The Guardsman, Ferenc Molnar’s classic tale of deception and manipulation, comes to life in a stunning production. Molnar has a flair for telling stories that are timeless. Jealousy has always made for good theater, but this time it’s not combative. It is more about skill and wit.

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Family dysfunction always makes for interesting theater. As a matter of fact, thinking about it, many good playwrights like Sam Sheppard used this very subject successfully throughout their writing careers. Surprisingly, as profound as this might sound, it’s still an entertaining topic.

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The Hollywood Fringe Festival will be hosting Carolann Valentino Productions premiere of Burnt at the Steak, an eight- time award winning, critically acclaimed one- woman musical comedy, created and performed by New York City artist Carolann Valentino. All performances will take place at The Lounge Theatre, 6201 Santa Monica Blvd Hollywood, CA. showing Thursday, June 12th 10pm, Friday, June 13th 8pm, Saturday, June 14th 12 noon, Sunday, June 15th 4pm, Sunday, June 15th 8pm, 2014.

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grview-38939-1SACRAMENTO, Calif. – Stopping the spread of “superbugs,” or antibiotic-resistant bacteria, is the goal of new legislation introduced at the state Capitol.

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This evacuation drill is designed for the benefit of residents of Topanga Canyon and will test the community’s knowledge of evacuation plans that were put in place during the Topanga Emergency Management Planning Project.

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Los Angeles – (April 2014) CABIV Productions is proud to present VIVIEN, by Percy Granger. Considered a drama with humor and grace that reaches zenith proportions between father and son. Directed by Tracey Silver, the show opens May 3rd at Acting Artists Theatre in Hollywood, CA, This powerful One-act production features Ilia Volok, last years winner of the 2013 LA Weekly Theater Award in the Best Solo Performance Category for “Diary Of A Madman”

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Sjalusi is a dark comedy about three women who live in the same luxury high rise but know nothing about each other. When I first saw the press release for this, I was really curious. I wanted more information about this interesting marriage between two exceptional groups, so I put together a little Q and A. For those of us who do not sign, there will be a live voice translation in English. This is a short run, so don’t hesitate if you’re as intrigued as I am.

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I learned the beginning of this process from always believing I needed to hear jazz while studying, in order to help keep my sanity. But when I started doing higher realms of thinking, it became clear that my Attention power was reduced by anything that also demanded some of its energy be shared, even to the tiniest degree

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Every once in a while I see a show that I have an issue writing about – not because it was bad or good, but because as I sat in the theater I had to keep asking myself, “what the heck is going on here?”

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