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July 30, 2011
L.A. Coliseum at Exposition Park
L.A. Rising promised to be one of the biggest productions in Los Angeles' storied history of concert-going, but whether it achieved that status was due more to the music than to ... More >>
Mozart: Not on the list, but doesn't he look like a hipster in this picture?It seems like every other week I come across people who have a budding tendency within themselves to be more enthusiastic about classical music. Whether a hipster, rocker, or person somewhat regretting that he/she never ... More >>
Rick Berry's a lot of things. Some of these things include jazz trumpeter (currently in the Hollywood Canteen Swing Band), political candidate (he ran for Long Beach city council) and gardener (he's got a killer backyard garden). But to the rest of the world, he's got a new title that is pretty d ... More >>
Courtesy of Pacific SymphonyWho doesn't love a good sale--especially in these dreary economic times? Here's one: the Pacific Symphony is celebrating its upcoming season--their 20th year with musical director/conductor Carl St.Clair, pictured--with a chance to score some half-price tickets.Thi ... More >>
Jay Mohr, Friday 8 p.m.
120 S. Brea Blvd.
An Italian Straw Hat, Friday - Sunday 8 p.m.
A play with flavors of vaudeville, ragtime, light opera and even barbershop quartet, following a hapless young bridegroom through turn-of-the-century New York as he ... More >>