Tony Lucca Hits the Road in Support of New Album 'Ain't No Storm'Tony Lucca Hits the Road in Support of New Album 'Ain't No Storm'
by TV News Desk - Apr 11, 2019

Nashville-based singer-songwriter Tony Lucca continues touring in support of his brand new album, Ain't No Storm (out March 29, 2019), with a number of tour dates that include stops at Bonnaroo, the Opelika Songwriters Festival, Pat McGee's Down the Hatch, and others (see tour schedule below for all confirmed dates).   (more...)

Singer-Songwriter Tony Lucca To Release New Album TomorrowSinger-Songwriter Tony Lucca To Release New Album Tomorrow
by BWW News Desk - Mar 28, 2019

Nashville-based singer-songwriter Tony Lucca is flexing his Americana muscles on his forthcoming new album,Ain't No Storm, which he will be releasing on March 29, 2019.  Ain't No Storm reads like a who's who of East Nashville notables: Ken Coomer produced the record at his studio, Cartoon Moon, great Nashville players like Michael Webb, Ted Pecchio, and Joe Garcia lent their talents — and even Patrick Sweany stopped in for a cameo on “Room With A View.” Replete with songs borne of his admiration for Nashville's rich history – the town's creative community ultimately fueled Lucca's return to the studio and inspired the new album – Ain't No Storm finds Lucca embracing with reverence the process and craft of songwriting and taking his time (more than two years) to get it right.   (more...)

Berkeley Rep Announces Teen One Acts FestivalBerkeley Rep Announces Teen One Acts Festival
by BWW News Desk - Feb 11, 2019

Today the Berkeley Rep School of Theatre announced the presentation of its 17th annual Teen One-Acts Festival. The 2019 festival features three plays written by Bay Area high school students: Help Wanted: A Witness, written by Nandi Maunder, a senior at The Branson School; Oneironauts, written by Eleanor Boes, a junior at Marin Academy; and a staged reading of Dream Collector written by Zeke Gerwein, a senior at Oakland School for the Arts. The festival will take place on Saturday, April 6 at 7:30pm and Sunday, April 7, 2019 at 2pm at Berkeley Rep Peet's Theatre. Adult tickets are $15 and youth tickets are $10. Tickets are available online at https://www.berkeleyrep.org/teenoneacts and in person at the performance. (more...)

Tony Lucca to Release New Album, 'Ain't No Storm'Tony Lucca to Release New Album, 'Ain't No Storm'
by TV News Desk - Feb 4, 2019

Nashville-based singer-songwriter Tony Lucca is flexing his Americana muscles on his forthcoming new album, Ain't No Storm, which he will be releasing on March 29, 2019.  Ain't No Storm reads like a who's who of East Nashville notables: Ken Coomer produced the record at his studio, Cartoon Moon, great Nashville players like Michael Webb, Ted Pecchio, and Joe Garcia lent their talents — and even Patrick Sweany stopped in for a cameo on “Room With A View.” Replete with songs borne of his admiration for Nashville's rich history – the town's creative community ultimately fueled Lucca's return to the studio and inspired the new album – Ain't No Storm finds Lucca embracing with reverence the process and craft of songwriting and taking his time (more than two years) to get it right.   (more...)

The Nash is Hot in December with The Duduka de Fonseca Trio and More!The Nash is Hot in December with The Duduka de Fonseca Trio and More!
by BWW News Desk - Nov 21, 2017

The holidays are a special time at The Nash as the renowned jazz club sprinkles a dash of holiday themed concerts throughout the month, bringing classic jazz and hot Latin sounds to warm up the holiday month. Highlights include the arrival of one of the most renowned samba bands, direct from New York City, Duduka da Fonseca Trio w/ Maucha Adnet on December 9th. Both Duduka and Maucha worked closely with the iconic Antonio Carlos Jobin, the King of Bossa Nova. (more...)

The Nash to Feature The Baylor Project, Graham Dechter Quartet, and More in NovemberThe Nash to Feature The Baylor Project, Graham Dechter Quartet, and More in November
by BWW News Desk - Oct 20, 2017

Phoenix's renowned jazz club packs it in for November, bringing several of jazz's hottest acts to downtown. (more...)

McDonald's Kicks off Colorado Literacy Week with Free Breakfast and a Free Book to Four Year Olds
by BWW News Desk - May 15, 2014

To help kick off Colorado Literacy Week, participating Colorado McDonald's restaurants will be giving away a free breakfast and free book to all four year olds the morning of May 19th. Monday, May 19th marks the first day of Colorado Literacy Week and with McDonald's partnership of One Book 4 Colorado, Lt. Governor Joe Garcia will be visiting McDonald's restaurants across the state to participate in readings of this year's winning book, Grumpy Bird. (more...)

Hispanics in South Florida Chose America TeVe for Election Night Coverage
by TV News Desk - Nov 7, 2012

America TeVe WFUN, South Florida Hispanics' Choice for Political News Coverage, delivered an impressive multi-platform live coverage including on-air, online and social media. America TeVe WFUN surpassed Telemundo 51 WSCV (by delivering a 9.7 Rating / 13 Share against WSCV's 9.4 Rating / 12 Share in 8-11PM Hispanic Households) and all other Spanish and English language television stations in the Miami DMA with the exception of Univision 23. (more...)

History Colorado Center Now Open to the Public
by BWW News Desk - May 4, 2012

After more than two years of construction and development, the History Colorado Center is now open to the public. (more...)

Baby Jane Crashes Sunset Boulevard
by Don Grigware - Mar 23, 2010

The hit films Sunset Boulevard and What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? have so much in common. They are both set in humongous decaying Hollywood mansions inhabited by faded movie stars. Mad About the Boy Productions has very entertainingly connected the two scripts for an onstage parody @ the Macha Theatre - and has succeeded quite well in satisfying our appetite for bizarre camp. (more...)