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Kaitlin Milligan Kaitlin Milligan is the Entertainment Editor for She is a graduate of the University of Florida (Go Gators!) and she currently resides in Fort Lauderdale, FL.



From Stage to Screen: Broadway Stars Take Over Hallmark Movies! PhotoFrom Stage to Screen: Broadway Stars Take Over Hallmark Movies!
Posted: Dec. 13, 2020

The Pacific Symphony Presents The NUTCRACKER FOR KIDS, 12/14
November 25, 2013

Orange County, Calif.—Nov. 22, 2013—Pacific Symphony mesmerizes audiences of all ages with the magic, wonder and imagination of Tchaikovsky's treasured ballet during the anticipated holiday concert, “Nutcracker for Kids,” part of Family Musical Mornings presented by Farmers and Merchants Bank. Led for the first time by Assistant Conductor Alejandro Gutiérrez, the Symphony teams up with the dazzling dancers of Festival Ballet Theatre to bring the story of Clara and her brave prince to life! Tchaikovsky's beautiful melodies soar and the colorful dancers enchant throughout the epic battle with the Mouse King, the Land of Sweets, Waltz of the Flowers and the captivating Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy. Especially suited for children ages 5-11, but just as enjoyable for parents and grandparents alike, this 45-minute version is narrated by Bree Burgess of No Square Theatre in Laguna Beach. The festive tradition also includes a holiday sing-along of “Jingle Bells,” “The Dreidel Song” and “We Wish You a Merry Christmas.” And a special guest is set to arrive sporting his famous red suit and fluffy white beard to spread the holiday cheer—Santa Claus!

Chattanooga Symphony & Opera Youth Orchestras Present Prelude/Etude Fall Concert Today
November 25, 2013

The Chattanooga Symphony & Opera Youth Orchestras (CSOYO) continue their 2013-2014 season today, November 25 at 7:30pm at the Chattanooga School for the Arts and Sciences (CSAS) Auditorium with a concert performed by the Prelude and Etude Orchestras, conducted by Nichole Pitts. Lisa Smith is accompanist.

The White House Announces That BSO's OrchKids One of 12 Recipients of the 2013 National Arts and Humanities Youth Program Awards
November 22, 2013

Baltimore, Md. (November 22, 2013) – The White House today announced that the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra's OrchKids program is one of 12 recipients of the 2013 National Arts and Humanities Youth Program Awards, the signature program of the President's Committee on the Arts and the Humanities. The BSO's flagship community engagement program is recognized for its effectiveness in developing learning and life skills in young people by fostering arts and arts education in their communities. Later today in a ceremony in the East Room of the White House, First Lady Michelle Obama will present the award to OrchKids Artistic Director Dan Trahey and eighth grader Asia Palmer, who has participated in OrchKids since 2008. OrchKids is a year-round after-school music program designed to create social change and nurture promising futures for youth in Baltimore neighborhoods. In partnership with the Baltimore City Public School system, OrchKids serves more than 750 students spanning pre-kindergarten through eighth grades across five Title I schools in West and East Baltimore.

OperaDelaware Presents Peabody Opera's Production of HANSEL AND GRETEL, 12/7
November 22, 2013

OperaDelaware presents Peabody Opera's Hansel and Gretel Saturday December 7 10:30 am / 1:30 pm

The Chattanooga Symphony & Opera Youth Orchestras Present Prelude/Etude Fall Concert, 11/25
November 21, 2013

The Chattanooga Symphony & Opera Youth Orchestras (CSOYO) continue their 2013-2014 season on November 25 at 7:30pm at the Chattanooga School for the Arts and Sciences (CSAS) Auditorium with a concert performed by the Prelude and Etude Orchestras, conducted by Nichole Pitts. Lisa Smith is accompanist.

New Book by Jan-Frederik Kremer and Benedikt Müller Provides Insight into the 'Global Cyberization'
November 21, 2013

Cyberspace is everywhere in today's world and has significant implications not only for global economic activity, but also for international politics and transnational social relations. Jan-Frederik Kremer (Center for Global Studies, Bonn University and Friedrich-Naumann-Foundation for Freedom) and Benedikt Müller (Accenture) have compiled the book Cyberspace and International Relations, which addresses the “cyberization” of international relations (IR) for the first time. The book details how the actors in IR having increasingly come to depend on the infrastructure and instruments of the internet, as well as the penetration of cyberspace into all fields of their activities.

OperaDelaware Presents November Pignic and Holiday Show, 11/15
November 12, 2013

Join the Friends of OperaDelaware (foOD) for OPERAtion FoOD - A November Pignic!

Vertigo Announces New 6 Issue Comic Book, THE ROYALS: MASTERS OF WAR
November 8, 2013

Everyone, at one time or another, has dreamed of being Royality—the wealth, the recognition, the power. But what if there was more to that power?

UUA Bookstore Helps You to Eat Ethically This Holiday Season
November 7, 2013

In choosing ethical eating as a movement-wide focus of study in 2008, Unitarian Universalists acknowledged the importance of the moral dimensions of our food choices. These choices are all the more important during the winter holidays, as meals are shared among family and friends. Here are some books from your UUA Bookstore to help you eat more ethically this holiday season.

Mark Baird Releases AN AMERICAN CRISIS to Reduce Veteran Unemployment
November 6, 2013

NASHVILLE, Tenn., Nov. 6, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ There are between 750,000-800,000 unemployed veterans. A new book entitled Veterans Unemployment-Stand by Them/How You Can Help/Solutions by Mark Baird is about how businesses and patriotic citizens can help considerably reduce that number. A headline from the Washington Times on July 8, 2013 brings to light this unfortunate issue: 'Grim reality: 21 percent of young American veterans are jobless.'

Photo Flash: First Look at Greg Stone in LES MISERABLES at the Village Theatre
October 21, 2013

ISSAQUAH, WA –Village Theatre's Artistic Director Steve Tomkins 'dreamed a dream' many years ago when he first saw actor Greg Stone perform in Les Misérables. After directing Stone in Jesus Christ Superstar in 1993 Tomkins wondered, “Could I put together my 'dream cast,' that included Stone, and present this monstrous legendary mega-hit musical Les Misérables at Village Theatre?” Scheduling conflicts, rights issues and budget constraints stood in his way, but much like the character Jean Valjean, Tomkins persisted. Over a decade later the stage production rights became available for a short window of time (that window closes when the Broadway revival of Les Misérables opens in March of 2014) and Tomkins got to work putting the many pieces together for a Village Theatre production.

October 16, 2013

Riverdale Avenue Books publishes 'DEAD SEXY: The WALKING DEAD Fan Guide to Zombie Style, Beauty, Parties, and a Ghoul-Lurching UNlifestyle.' This is the second book produced and written by Paula Conway featuring an exclusive private sale to a targeted audience.

Humorous Side of Fighting Breast Cancer Highlighted in New Book, CONQUERING MOUNT TA-TA
October 15, 2013

WASHINGTON, Oct. 15, 2013 /PRNewswire/ There is nothing funny about a diagnosis of breast cancer, which has already affected more than 200,000 women in 2013 alone and is the second leading cause of death among women. However, the new book 'Conquering Mount Ta-Ta,' by L.G.Ransom, offers a new twist on traditional self-help books, highlighting the humorous side of even the most terrifying situations.

THE GREAT WITHDRAWAL Says 2013-2014 Will Bring A Possible End of Progressive Rule
October 15, 2013

PHOENIX, Oct. 15, 2013 /PRNewswire/ In 1913 America fell under the spell of an addictive European collectivist ideology called Progressivism that took our nation on a 100-year detour away from the sound money and values of America's Framers.

Photo Flash: Nora Mae Lyng, Tari Kelly, David Elder and More in AMERICAN SHOWSTOPPERS: An Evening with Richard Rodgers
October 14, 2013

On October 12th, noted arranger and producer, Fred Barton, whose work is heard regularly in concert halls around the country, celebrated composer Richard Rodgers on the Schimmel stage. Fred Barton, his 12-piece orchestra and star-studded cast of performers are back to celebrate the legendary Richard Rodgers! The extraordinary icon's career spanned six decades, during which he composed 40 Broadway musicals. Fred's tribute to the versatility of Richard Rodgers will prove a revelation to those familiar with his biggest hits: Oklahoma!, South Pacific, Carousel, and The Sound of Music. You'll hear Richard Rodgers from his razz-ma-tazz roots to his later masterworks, created with a number of star lyricists. Join us as we journey from Broadway to Hollywood and back, celebrating the incredible music and tales of Richard Rodgers!

WestBow Press Features Seven Author Signings and BookStub Gallery, Today
October 11, 2013

WestBow Press, the self-publishing division of Thomas Nelson publishers, will host seven author signings and 116 titles in its BookStub gallery during the Women of Faith Christian conference October 11-12 at the AT&T Center in San Antonio, Texas.

A.L. Shields Releases THE CHURCH BUILDER
October 11, 2013

In his recent New York Times essay 'Has Fiction Lost Its Faith?' author Paul Elie writes: 'Where has the novel of belief gone?' A.L. Shields's The Church Builder is the novel that Elie and many others have been waiting for.

NY Theatre Ballet and A Music Hall/Music Without Borders Presents THE NUTCRACKER, 11/30
October 11, 2013

New York Theatre Ballet with A Music Hall and Music Without Borders presents Keith Michael's The Nutcracker on Saturday, November 30, 2013 at 3pm at Tarrytown Music Hall, 13 Main St., Tarrytown, NY. Tickets are $35, and are available at online at, via TicketForce at (877) 840-0457, or in-person at the Tarrytown Music Hall box office. For more information, contact the Tarrytown Music Hall box office at(914) 631-3390 ext.100.

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