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Yoko Ono & Legacy Fine Art & Productions Presents “All You Need is Love” – The Art of John Lennon

The City in My Heart For the past 25 years Yoko Ono & Legacy Fine Art & Productions have brought this exhibit across the United States as a way to honor his memory & celebrate his messages of peace & love. Few people know that John did not pick up a guitar for 5 of the last 7 years of his life. During those years…

The Huntington Purchases Rare Pasteur, Austen Family, and “Wicked Ned” Collections

David E. Marshall (“Wicked Ned”), Right Whale, ca. 1851, watercolor. The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens. The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens added important rare material to its history of science…

A Noise Within Continues its “REVOLUTIONary Season” with The Threepenny Opera by Bertolt Brecht and Kurt Weill

A Noise Within (ANW) continues its 2014-2015 REVOLUTIONary season with two new productions: The Threepenny Opera, Bertolt Brecht and Kurt Weill’s groundbreaking theatrical work in Michael Feingold’s translation February 15 through May 9 (press opening…

Friends of Crowell Public Library Meet the Authors Series: Christopher J. Lynch: One Eyed Jack

The Friends of Crowell Public Library’s Meet the Authors series continues with Christopher J. Lynch, a lover of crime fiction, whose debut novel, One Eyed Jack (Your Secrets Are Safe With Me), is a hard-boiled…

The Shakespeare Club Kick-off “Nunsense: The Mega-Musical Version” Benefit Production

Pictured from left to Right: Barbara Sakuma, Club President; Peggy Schmid, Club/Cast Member; Lina Palomo, Club/Cast Member; Pat Huffman, Club Vice-President/Benefit Chair; Rikki Lugo, Director/Choreographer; Joshua Eli Kranz, Musical Director; Kathy Anderson, Club/Cast Member; Tiffany…

Wednesday, January 28

Chamber Music Festival’s “Dreams of Brazil” to be Staged at Local Church

The Villa-Lobos International Chamber Music Festival is a collaboration between UCR’s composer Paulo C. Chagas (right) and cellist Lars Hoefs. The University of California, Riverside…

Thursday, January 29

Pasadena Restaurant Becomes a Speakeasy for Wayward Clowns

Clown Bar is an immersive play in a genre best described as “clown noir.” redwhite+bluezzArt Productions is presenting the West Coast premiere of this off-Broadway…

Thursday, January 29

Lecture on Benny Goodman to Kick-Off Six-Week Course on Jazz, Swing Music

The six-week “Jazz and Swing from A to Z Part II: The Story of America’s Music” series will kick-off with a lecture on American jazz…

Thursday, January 29

60-Minute Documentary Gives You a Different View of Pakistan

Almost every news story on Pakistan involves war and terrorism. But a 60-minute documentary will provide a different focus on the South Asian country and…

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Offramp Gallery Presents a Group Exhibition “Sampled”

From Top Clockwise: Meg Madison, Dreams of Noah: Theatre, Joshus Tree, 2012, silver gelatin photograph, linen thread, 11" x 14"; Joan Weinzettle, Cosmic Laundry, 2014, fabric, thread, 15" x 25"; Joan Weinzettle, Cosmic Laundry, 2014, fabric, thread, 15" x 25"; Thinh Nguyen, Art in America, 2013, discarded painting, thread, Art in America magazines, dimensions variable; Melanie Ciccone, special visibility one, 2014, vintage tea dyed linen napkin & cotton embroidery floss, 10.5" x 10.5"; Susan Feldman, Split, 2014, tree bark, hemp, yarn, approx. 22" x 8" x 5" Offramp Gallery is pleased to present a group exhibition, Sampled, from February 22…

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