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Big Quarters, Kristoff Krane Headline Release Party for Minneapolis Hip Hop Publication Mill City Scene

2008-12-03 | Celebratory event showcases some of the best-known acts in Twin Cities hip-hop, including Carnage, Hyder Ali, and El Guante.

Billboard Song Winning Recording Artist Johnny Rodgers Releases New Recording With Superstar Liza Minnelli

2008-11-13 | Nationally acclaimed award winning singer/songwriter/pianist Johnny Rodgers celebrates the release of his new recording EP Let's Make A Date, featuring guest artist Oscar, Tony, Emmy and Grammy winning superstar Liza Minnelli. Release coincides with Rodgers' Broadway debut in Liza At The Palace.

Women Take the Band Stand Presents Cady Finlayson Band in Irish Concert (NYC) 11/18

2008-11-10 | On Tuesday November 18th at 8 p.m.,Women Take the Band Stand presents the Cady Finlayson Band with an evening of Irish music. The concert will be held at the Nuyorican Poets Cafe, 236 E. 3rd St., (between Avenue B and C) in New York City. Admission is $10 at the door.

Doug Kershaw, The 'Ragin' Cajun' Releases New Album

2008-10-30 | Legendary country recording artist Doug Kershaw whose illustrious career has spanned six decades releases "Classical Cajun Gumbo"

Ballet Florida Comes to the Broward Center for the Performing Arts

2008-10-27 | A young writer without ties to the ballet group OR the performance center wants to convey something important about how we spend our time.

O2BME to Host Community Fashion Show at Grand Opening

2008-10-24 | Los Angeles Area Children's Boutique Makes Community Involvement Top Priority and will be showcasing top fall fashion styles from some of the highly sought after lines, for both boys and girls, available at the boutique such as Roxy, Ed Hardy, Harajuku Lovers and Paul Frank among others.

Clarke Rocks the Casbah, the Hamptons, and Harlem at its Fifth Annual Fine Art Auction

2008-10-24 | Clarke's Monday October 27 Sale features 19th C. Orientalist paintings; 1950's Larry Rivers, Jane Freilicher and Jose Guerrero of the New York School; African-American works by Beauford Delaney, Al Loving Jr, R. Lindsey, and Purvis Young and 250 more lots of American and International Art

Cady Finlayson Band Brings Spirited Irish Music to Texas

2008-10-23 | Direct from New York City, the Cady Finlayson Band brings Spirited Irish Music to Texas with two shows: Austin, TX: Saturday Nov. 15th at 7 p.m. Open Ears Concerts, 14311 Wells Port Drive San Marcos, TX: Sunday Nov. 16th at the World United Music Festival, time tba.

Jeffrey W. Binnix Inducted into Cambridge Who's Who Executive, Professional and Entrepreneurial Registry

2008-10-15 | Mr. Binnix excels in preparing unique entrees for restaurants and supervising production and lighting for major performing artists.

Randy Carmichael Inducted into Cambridge Who's Who Executive, Professional and Entrepreneurial Registry

2008-10-12 | He performed for eight weeks at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas and Laughlin, and has spent 25 years entertaining people in Harbor Springs, Michigan.

Antoinette Montague Live! Jazz and Blues - Tues. Oct. 14, NYC Baha'i Center - Sat. Nov. 1, Jazz Vespers, Bethany Baptist Church - Sat. Nov. 8, Cape May Jazz Festival

2008-10-02 | Antoinette Montague swings into Fall with a trio of appearances in Manhattan, Newark, NJ and at the fabulous Cape May Jazz Festival at the New Jersey beach side.

"Wuthering Heights" - The Original Gothic Love Story - Inspires Musical Adaptation

2008-10-01 | launched today with four original songs inspired by the Emily Bronte novel "Wuthering Heights." Visitors to the site will enjoy complimentary music and video streams plus 2 free song downloads.

Colette Bryce Inducted into Cambridge Who's Who Executive, Professional and Entrepreneurial Registry

2008-09-24 | Ms. Bryce has acted in several commercials, television shows and movies including the movie "Vote and Die: Liszt for President," directed by Mark Mitchell, which won Best Non-European Dramatic Feature at the European Independent Film Festival in 2008.

The Academy of Cinema and Television Offers Children with Natural Talent the Exposure Needed to be Successful in Hollywood

2008-09-22 | The professional instructors at the Academy of Cinema and Television believe that some children are born with an abundance of natural talents and abilities, but these kids and teens need more than talent to success in the entertainment industry.

Clarke Auction Celebrates Tenth Anniversary with Live Traditional Irish Music, Saturday October 11th.

2008-09-18 | Founded in 1998 in Larchmont by transplanted Dubliners Ronan Clarke and Brian Corcoran, Clarke Auction remains Westchester's Premier Auction and an excellent alternative to Manhattan firms. A Tenth Anniversary is reached by fewer than 30% of small business startups per the U.S. Census.

Antoinette Montague Live! Jazz and Blues Sat., Sept. 6 and Thurs., Sept. 11 Two FREE Events!

2008-09-06 | Antoinette Montague appears in The Many Colors of W*O*M*A*N, a Free Jazz Festival in Hartford, CT and returns to the September Concert series in NYC.

Former Musical Theater Star Goes Back to New York Singing a New Song

2008-08-31 | Former musical theater star Marie Barlow Martin will share the stage with Pastor Rick Warren in New York City

Sports Writer Launches New Chicago Cubs Video Poem Titled "Cubby Dare Bear"

2008-08-29 | Matt Ballard had done it again, combining his love for sports, his poetic rhymes, and his love for motorcross to debut yet another action video poem

Ankh Ra, Vocal Coach from MTV's Making the Band 4 Kicks Off The Ultimate Voice Tour in New Jersey

2008-08-28 | Mainstage Center for the Arts is sponsoring Ankh Ra, the Vocal Guru and Making the Band 4 vocal coach, on the opening tour date with a 4-hour vocal intensive workshop for the public at Camden County College in Blackwood New Jersey.

From Harlem to Harem, Clarke's Fifth Annual Fine Art Auction, October 27, 2008

2008-08-27 | The Harlem Renaissance to a Matisse Odalisque and the Orientalism of Fabio Fabbi and A.T. Millar, Larry Rivers and Mary Cassatt, Martin Lewis and Yasuo Kunioshi, Jane Freilicher and Robert Motherwell, Thomas Rowlandson and John Sloan, Miro and Picasso, Gladys Bates and Alexander Clarke.