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“The Way You Look Tonight” Reviewed by Rose Desena

Sean Smith (Robyn) and Robin Riker (Esme) are endearing in their bathroom stall scenes, and both share a passion for expensive shoes.

(Los Angeles) Sewer Socialist Productions is proud to present the world premiere of Paul Hoan Zeidler’s Woof-Woof, a searing, brutal and redemptive drama about the love of violence and the joy of killing. What would you do if a childhood friend you hadn’t seen in 8 years suddenly showed up at your door … if you knew he’d joined the Army and been sent to Iraq? Starring Jay Seals, Brett Donaldson and Devin Skrade, the Premiere Opens June 8th at The Asylum Lab Theatre, as part of the Hollywood Fringe 2014. Tickets are $10.

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Charismatic, Playful and Bold would best describe the pint size powerhouse that is Betsey Johnson. With over 45yrs in the fashion industry, Betsey Johnson has created an impressive empire that now offers everything from fragrance to footwear.

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The White House on Thursday, Jan 16, released a summary of the deal reached between six major world powers and Iran to curb its nuclear program, responding to calls from Congress and other groups for more transparency about what the agreement entails

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Thousand Oaks, Calif… The casts of Cabrillo Music Theatre’s IN THE HEIGHTS and FOREVER PLAID are coming! Local businesses are coming! And dancers, “movers,” and those who can barely tap their toes are coming, too! Family and Community combine with music,

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Bieber, who lives in an exclusive gated community in Calabasas, Calif., Is packing his bags after neighbors continued to complain about his erratic behavior.

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Changes in the Mating Strategies of White People is directed by Craig Anton and stars Abigail Marlowe, Brian Cousins, Sarah Underwood, Kim Estes and Gloria Charles. It runs Friday and Saturday at 8 p.m. and Sunday at 3 p.m

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NewFilmmakers Los Angeles (NFMLA) is a non-profit organization, that began over ten years ago in New York at the famous Anthology Film Archives, designed to showcase innovative works by emerging filmmakers from around the world.

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Each day after school, kids tumble into the non-profit’s offices buzzing with excitement. “This year, we served 350 kids,” Henderson said proudly, adding that On a Mission, Inc. also offers eight programs that focus on fostering self-development and self-esteem.

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Customers across the country who have been struggling to pay off their layaway tabs before Christmas have been receiving an early holiday surprise—“secret Santas”–anonymous donors–have been contacting department stores and paying off their balances.

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