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Leslie Odom Jr. Performs at the Morris-Jumel Mansion’s Culture and Arts Festival

Leslie Odem Jr., Morris-Jumel Mansion, Culture and Arts Festival,

The Culture and Arts Festival at the Morris-Jumel Mansion is a yearly event which is held to support the mansion/museum. Read More »

Theater Review (Baltimore) – ‘The Book of Mormon’ Brings the Fun

Monica L. Patton, David Larsen, Cody Jamison Strand
(c) Joan Marcus, 2014

This production is a rousing good time! Read More »

New Software Spotlight: Adobe Creative Cloud for Mobile – October 2015

Adobe Photoshop Fix

Adobe Photoshop Fix lets you edit your photos on your mobile device. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC Off-Broadway): ‘Cuckooed’ Starring Comedian Mark Thomas

CUCKOOED, Mark Thomas, Emma Callander, All For One, 59E59th Theaters

What happens when you learn a friend has betrayed you? Mark Thomas explores this theme with the true story of corporate spies in an activist group. Read More »

Theater Review (Seattle): ‘Festen’ by New Century Theatre Company

Emily Chisholm & Connor Toms in NCTC's 'Festen.' Photo by John Ulman

The first Dogme 95 film, 'Festen' doesn’t necessarily seem like a prime candidate for a stage adaptation, but NCTC's production excels by going in a different direction. Read More »

Documentary Review: ‘Ball of Confusion: The 1968 Presidential Election’

Edward Nixon

Larry J. Sabato, politics professor and director of UVa’s Center for Politics, interviewed Edward Nixon at an advance screening of "Ball of Confusion." Read More »

Music Review: Sara Bareilles – ‘What’s Inside: Songs from Waitress’

Sara Bareilles Songs from Waitress

This 'Waitress,' in addition to being a good album on its own, makes me want to see the show. And that's saying something. On this album, the pop songstress sings songs from her new musical herself (with a little help from Jason Mraz). 'Waitress' the musical opens on Broadway in the spring of 2016. Read More »

Interview: Ya-Ling Liou, D.C., author of ‘Every Body’s Guide to Everyday Pain’

Liou Color (1)

Know that the body has our best interest at heart — and it doesn't lie, says chiropractic medicine practitioner Ya-Ling Liou, D.C., author of "Every Body’s Guide to Everyday Pain". Her book is a easy to follow, compassionate guide to working through your everyday pain. The best way to avoid chronic or disabling discomfort is to pay attention to what our body is telling us. Read More »

Theater Review (Seattle): ‘Mr. Burns: A Post-Electric Play’

Photo by Chris Bennion

An intriguing premise gets spread thin in Anne Washburn’s comedy, which possesses perceptive and facile ideas in roughly equal measure. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC Off-Broadway): ‘Awakening in Ink’

Morris-Jumel Mansion, New York City, Aaron Burr

Would you agree to be the caretaker of a haunted mansion for one night? Read More »