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  • Mad Cow Theatre seeks marketing intern

    Mad Cow Theatre seeks marketing intern
    Mad Cow Theatre in downtown Orlando seeks an unpaid marketing intern. Here's the scoop: Marketing Intern Title: Marketing Intern Hours per week: 10-15 Compensation: Unpaid - All interns will receive two tickets to all performances at Mad Cow and...
  • Ford Amphitheatre to close next summer for $19.7-million makeover

    Ford Amphitheatre to close next summer for $19.7-million makeover
    The rumble of construction machinery and the thwack of carpentry will be the summer sounds for 2015 at the John Anson Ford Amphitheatre, which is closing for renovations for at least a year and a half after its current season ends in mid-September....
  • Lollapalooza veterans give tips to newbies

    Lollapalooza veterans give tips to newbies
    Who better to give advice to the artists performing at Lollapalooza this year for the first time than the artists who have taken the stage at the Grant Park music festival in the past? The Lollapalooza veterans are the ones who have learned the hard way...
  • Chicago teens serve up tasty lunch

    Chicago teens serve up tasty lunch
    This may be the best lunch deal downtown.  For $10, there's a choice of Sardinian-style gnocchi mixed with chicken sugo, charred escarole and preserved lemon; rigatoni with pork ragu and porcini mushrooms or orechiette with kale, lemon bread crumbs...
  • Lucas Museum would offer art for our time

    Lucas Museum would offer art for our time
    Filmmaker George Lucas wants to build a museum of "narrative art" — "Star Wars" memorabilia and other popular works — on Chicago's lakefront, south of Soldier Field. Some park advocates oppose it, citing the law requiring an open lakefront....
  • Time is ticking at 'The Clock' exhibit in Minneapolis

    Time is ticking at 'The Clock' exhibit in Minneapolis
    Time is ticking. Summer will be gone before you know it, and with it many of those moments you thought you would remember all of your life, vanished by Columbus Day, replaced with a reel of different memories that will probably seem trivial. That's how...
  • New Bethlehem art gallery challenges traditional rules

    At the new Bethlehem House Gallery on Main Street in Bethlehem, you're encouraged to walk in, sit down and enjoy the surroundings just as if you were at home. Challenging the idea that an art gallery is just a floor, walls for hanging and a ceiling, the...
  • Lou Moore departs as head of Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts

    Lou Moore departs as head of Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts
    The Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts in Beverly Hills, which only recently completed its inaugural season, confirmed Thursday that Executive Director Lou Moore has left the fledgling arts organization. Moore, who spent more than a...
  • L.A. theater openings, July 27-Aug. 3: 'Taming of the Shrew' and more

    L.A. theater openings, July 27-Aug. 3: 'Taming of the Shrew' and more
    Independent Shakespeare Co. is livin' la dolce vita with its new staging of "The Taming of the Shrew" in Griffith Park. Plus, Neil Simon's “Broadway Bound” is bound for the Odyssey Theare in a new revival directed by Jason Alexander, and an...
  • Linda Ronstadt, Bill T. Jones to receive National Medal of Arts

    Linda Ronstadt, Bill T. Jones to receive National Medal of Arts
    A diverse roster of big names in the arts, literature and entertainment – including Linda Ronstadt, dancer-choreographer Bill T. Jones, author Maxine Hong Kingston, Broadway composer John Kander and L.A.-nurtured visual artist James Turrell --...
  • Mural Project Honors The American Worker

    Mural Project Honors The American Worker
    You’d be hard-pressed to find an artist who could match Ellen Griesedieck’s sustained enthusiasm, stick-to-it-iveness and organizational skills. And that’s important because few art undertakings need those skills more than Griesedieck&...