Come on over and watch these - share them with your co-workers and friends. A little present of joy and smiles from me to you.
I just sat and watched these with a silly smile on my face the whole time!
Tried to find the best ones out there fo
The Washington Shakespeare Company, that Arlington outpost of offbeat treatments of classic plays, is going where no D.C. enterprise has ever quite gone before, offering up a whole evening of Shakespeare -- in Klingon.
Hey freedom lovers! If you missed the conference, no worries! Jason Charles filmed the event and is compiling a DVD, so stay tuned! What a great lineup of speakers with powerful messages most Americans have not heard, so stay tuned!
The stars of Mystery Science Theater 3000 take on the legendary cult classic Reefer Madness for an evening of hilarious riffing! Let RiffTrax own Michael J. Nelson, Kevin Murphy and Bill Corbett bring you to a higher state of consciousness with their
Four years after Mel Gibson got caught making a hate-filled Jewish, anti-Semitic rant, Mad Mel is back in the news with the release of a private racist rant recorded by Mel's ex-girlfriend, Oksana Grigorieva. Former Celebrity Apprentice Bill Goldberg
Tickets get costlier as movie chains seek to cash in on consumers' willingness to pay more for 3-D
Major U.S. movie-theater chains, seeking to accelerate the surge in revenues fueled by such 3-D hits as "Avatar" and "Alice in Wonderland," are
“Zeitgeist Day”, or ZDAY for short, is an annual, global event day which occurs in the middle of March, each year. The goal is to increase public awareness of The Zeitgeist Movement and The Venus Project.
Dan and Denny Gutenkauf will be playing at Prankster’s Too
Where: 7919 East Thomas, Scottsdale AZ
(The Southwest corner of Hayden and Thomas)
When: February 12, 2010 (This Friday)
Time: 10:30 pm till 1:30 am
THE ROGUE THEATRE - 300 East University Boulevard, Suite 150 - Tucson, Arizona 85705 / Administration Phone: 520-344-8715
Ticket line: 520-551-2053 FAX: 520-326-7354 (please call first to make arrangements)
2,500 years ago, when there were few books to read and a fast-expanding population of the curious, an Athenian playwright dramatized three big questions in three great tragedies. Where do I come from? How do I prepare for my death? What should I obey
The theater where "The Merchant of Venice" and "Romeo and Juliet" likely debuted and where William Shakespeare himself may have trodden the boards has likely been discovered in east London, archaeologists at the Museum of London s
This is a little photo-to-video-with-music-thing (not sure what else to call it) I made in support of our time in 'Vegas for the FreedomFest. It was my 1st time attending this conference and I had a superior experience on so many levels that it's hard to count them all. Much 3V07-L0VE to all of you who made it so much darn fun!! Blessings to you who may want to become more active as a result of watching this~ CG
The Ron Paul for President - Phoenix Meetup Group is giving a free concert in Queen Creek next Wednesday featuring Lee Alexander, Marc Sibilia, and Element 115 - AND THERE WILL BE DANCING! Everyone is invited!
"Wherever art appears, life disappears."
Illusionist David Copperfield probably wishes about now that he could make himself really disappear. More about the FBI raid on the illusionist's warehouse in Las Vegas.
The staging and new dialogue make it clear that the target is the United States, from the 1950s to this day. “I felt we could parallel Candide’s loss of optimism and the way the world has lost its optimism about an idealized America since the death o
Body Worlds, a controversial yet wildly popular traveling exhibit of real human bodies and body parts, has been raising eyebrows since it was first displayed in 1996. Nearly 20 million people have since visited one of its 3 touring editions.
The Grateful Dead, the business, is testing the loyalty of longtime fans of the Grateful Dead, the pioneering jam band, by cracking down on an independently run Web site that made thousands of recordings of its live concerts available for free downlo
A mock cemetery that has haunted a Scottsdale neighborhood for years is moving out. The Scottsdale man found guilty of disturbing the peace with his 2004 Halloween display, will put up his ghoulish show in Queen Creek.
The backlash over the price increases has some city officials worried that the publically funded arts center, which opened this summer, is in danger of being crippled before it even gets off the ground. Like there are no private centers competing.
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