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Theater Review (DC): “Million Dollar Quartet” by Eric Schaeffer

MillionDollarQuartet_at_KC

Ok, I’m going to butcher a metaphor here, but work with me. Like a fine wine, The Million Dollar Quartet gets better every time I see it. MDQ is a rousing retailing of a slice of musical history. Johnny Cash (Scott Moreau), Elvis Presley (Tyler Hunter), Carl Perkins (James Barry) and Jerry Lee Lewis (John Countryman) all met December 4th, ... Read More »

Theater Review (DC): “Anything Goes” by Kathleen Marshall at The Kennedy Center Opera House

Anything Goes Tour at The Kennedy Center

Whether it is a timeless story, classic characters or music that transcends generations, there is a reason why some Broadway shows stand the test of time. Read More »

Living with Windows Phone 8: The Switch Challenge

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Will Windows Phone 8 win me over? From a hardware standpoint, there is a strong possibility. Read More »

Theater Review (Washington, DC): Show Boat by Franchesca Zambello at The Kennedy Center Opera House

1927 Broadway Class Show Boat comes to The Kennedy Center in a lavish new production. Read More »

Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4 Takes A Direct Shot at iPhoto

Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4.0 takes a shot at unseating Apple's iPhoto to be Mac Users goto photo organizer of choice. Read More »

Adobe Premiere Elements Bundle Offers Bang for the Buck

Adobe Premiere Elements is the Video/Photo Editing solution for those ready to go beyond the free bundled tools with their Windows or Mac systems. Read More »

Interview: Cirque Du Soleil’s Artistic Director Tara Young on The Immortal World Tour

The Immortal World Tour, set the music of Michael Jackson, is set to be the biggest touring show of the year. Read More »

Restaurant Review (NYC): Triomphe, a fitting name for one of NYC’s Finest French Restaurants

Triomphe is the perfect name for this small French Restaurant that served one of the most incredible French meals you'll have experience in NY. Read More »

Ann Marie Houghtailing is a Renegade Princess

Renegade Princess is Ann Marie Houghtailing’s poignant, hysterically funny and always interesting one-woman show. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): The Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess Directed by Diane Paulus

The classic 1935 George Gershwin opera returns to Broadway in a lavish new production. Read More »