Charley Belcher visited University of Tampa's Scarfone/Hartley Gallery for their exhibit celebrating the work of local comic book artist, Bob Layton.
A pastel-colored, Egyptian-themed mansion on the river Thames is on the market for $3 million, and it comes with a black indoor pool — check it out
The two-story home is the last thing you'd expect to find in the English countryside. The rest of the street is dominated by brick buildings.
- LA Times
Disneyland annual pass holders will be able to renew starting Thursday.
Warning: The following contains spoilers about Only Murders in the Building Season 2, Episode 9. Only Murders in the Building in its penultimate Season 2 episode reveals that the woman who presented herself as Leonora Folger at Bunny’s memorial is actually Rose Cooper. When Shirley MacLaine was first introduced as Bunny’s mother Leonora in Episode […]
- Robb Report
From Neoclassical Paintings to Antique Furniture: Howard Ruby’s Treasure Trove of Old-World Rarities Heads to Auction
The September sale will include everything from Old Master paintings to 18th-century marble sculptures.
'90s Week: Ron Clements and John Musker's animated reimagining of the Greek myth needed to be a major hit, but its box office disappointment obscures its many enduring strengths.
The 'Glee' alum is living out Rachel Berry's fantasy in Broadway rehearsals.
- Miami Herald
“Your sand crawler got stuck?”
These very valuable finds will have you dashing out to the nearest secondhand store in search of treasure.
- Consequence of Sound
The outing will be in support of the guitar legend's new collaborative album with Johnny Depp. Jeff Beck Announces Fall 2022 North American Tour Jon Hadusek
- The Telegraph
The title pops up like a fungus in the forest floor of the television schedules. A Very British this, a Very British that. A scandal, a coup, a murder. What the formulation implies is that beneath the mask of our very British propriety we are capable of very British hypocrisy. And so to A Very British Way of Torture (Channel 4), which cast its mind back to British Kenya Colony and the brutal suppression of the Mau Mau rebellion.
EXCLUSIVE: Warner Animation Group EVP Allison Abbate, who is a 20-year-plus vet of the studio, and has worked on several marquee animation films including their original Space Jam, the billion-dollar plus Lego titles franchise and this summer’s hit, DC League of Super-Pets, is exiting. Abbate will be segueing to a number of filmmaking opportunities she has in […]
Ukrainian Institute Slams Emergency German Filmmaker Program For “Perpetuating An Outdated Soviet Perspective & Russia’s Colonial Logic”
EXCLUSIVE: The Ukrainian Institute has lambasted the organizers of a prestigious German filmmaker residency program for inviting Russians and Belarusians to take part as well as Ukrainians, slamming the emergency program for the “perpetuation of both an outdated Soviet perspective and Russia’s colonial logic.” In a letter sent by Ukrainian Institute Director General Volodymyr Sheiko […]
Beatles songs tell the story in a musical about troubled families in the 1960s dealing with loss and separation at the Players Centre.
- Cape Cod Times
New play explores love between a Whydah pirate and Wellfleet 'witch' + 6 more shows at Cape Cod theaters
A new play looks at the legend of Whydah pirate captain Sam Bellamy and his love of Wellfleet's Goody Hallett, and Elton John and Billy Joel are back.
- Associated Press
Rocker Melissa Etheridge has found a new stage: The Grammy- and Oscar-winner will unveil a solo show mixing her music and stories off-Broadway. “Melissa Etheridge: My Window – A Journey Through Life” will play 12 performances only starting Oct. 13 at the midtown multi-stage venue New World Stages. “While I’ve been telling my life stories through my lyrics and concert tours for many years, this is going to be something new for me," Etheridge said in a statement.
- The Telegraph
It is a fascinating paradox of playing opera in concert that, to achieve the greatest effect within the constraints of the concert format, it helps if one has first experienced the opera in its full theatrical glory. This would certainly seem to be true of the Swedish soprano Malin Byström, at least where the title role in Richard Strauss’s 1905 opera Salome is concerned.
- The Coshocton Tribune
"Calling Hours" to be performed next May to commemorate third anniversary of the plant's closure
- The Wrap
The luxury magazine said they altered the photo due to "unresolved publication rights"
Downtown Los Angeles is going through a transformation and East End Capital is planning on building 16 soundstages in the Arts District. The 720-square-foot development would be close to the infamous 6th Street Bridge. East End Studios filed plans with the city to develop 15 acres of land at 6th and Alameda streets, according to […]
- Associated Press
A mural that was painted in a Vermont synagogue more than 100 years ago by a Lithuanian immigrant — and hidden behind a wall for years— has been termed a rare piece of art and has been painstakingly moved and restored. Now known as the “Lost Mural,” it's a rare representation of a kind of art that graced wooden synagogues in Europe that were largely destroyed during the Holocaust, experts say. “When I learned about the mural and what it is and the story behind the artist, I was completely amazed, and there is nothing like this elsewhere in this country,” said Josh Perelman, chief curator and director of exhibitions and interpretation at the Weitzman National Museum of American Jewish History in Philadelphia.