This post came about because of two specific turns. First, this past April (just last month), I finally seized–reveled in–the opportunity to see Barry Lyndon, Stanley Kubrick’s fabulous re-imagining of William Makepeace Thackeray’s The Luck of Barry Lyndon, in a theatre on a big screen: a 20th century re-imagining of a 19th century novel written […]
The Best Little Whorehouse In Texas
I grew up with a small antenna TV in my room that did not have a remote. It received maybe 7 stations, depending on the antenna position. It weighed maybe 25 lbs, was obtuse to carry or move around, and seemed to waver back and forth on whether or not it would work at any […]
This news bulletin is brought to you in conjunction with NATKIM Radio. Listen to WPLK (800 AM), WIYD (1260 AM) and WPLK FM (98.3 FM). An interim city manager and another search for a permanent city manager are on the calendar for the city of Palatka. Commissioners Thursday heard options for pursuing a replacement for […]
This is Marcia Lane, your roving reporter. An interim city manager and another search for a permanent city manager are on the calendar for the City of Palatka. Commissioners Thursday heard options for pursuing a replacement for their former city manager, who they fired last year. City Clerk Betsy Driggers has been acting city manager […]
Flagler’s all a stage this weekend with musicals at Palm Coast’s City Repertory, the Flagler Auditorium with FPC’s “Miserables,” and the Flagler Playhouse with “Best Little Whorehouse in Texas,” plus graduations at Daytona State College and Stetson.
ACTORS CONSERVATORY THEATRE LOST IN YONKERS MAY 3-5 & 9-11 THURS – SAT @ 8PM MAY 5 & 11 @ 2PM 20 BUCKINGHAM RD YONKERS, NY WWW.ACTSHOWS.ORG 391-6558 ANTRIM PLAYHOUSE DON’T DRINK THE WATER JUN 14 – 30 FRI & SAT @ 8PM SUN @ 2PM 15 SPOOK ROCK RD WESLEY HILLS, NY […]
EXCLUSIVE: The American Pavilion revealed that Alex McFry and Julie Tjalas are the recipients of the inaugural Colin Higgins Ambassador Scholarship. The American Pavilion founder/director Julie Sisk made the announcement today. This scholarship is for LGBTQ students and the winners will participate in The American Pavilion’s Worldwide Student Program at the prestigious Cannes International Film […]
City Repertory Theatre’s devilish “Hand to God” all weekend, The Caribbean Island Festival returns to Nature Scapes, the Culture Club kicks off at AACS, the Palm Coast Songwriters’ Festival returns, Arbor Day in Town center and plenty more.
Cheryl Massaro is honored by the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice, the Flagler Playhouse starts its Best Little Whorehouse run, Ernie Gallo speaks of the USS Liberty at the Democratic Club.
Renowned Musical Artist Avery Sommers To Conduct Classes in The Art of Song Performance at Actor’s Rep June-July 2019 For Immediate Release Contact: Carol Kassie Carol@CarolKassie.com / 561-445-9244 April 30, 2019: WEST PALM BEACH, FL: Award-winning actress, singer, and director Avery Sommers will add teacher to her already impressive resumé this summer; the powerhouse performer […]
This news bulletin is brought to you in conjunction with NATKIM Radio. Listen to WPLK (800 AM), WIYD (1260 AM) and WPLK FM (98.3 FM). Flagler Palm Coast High School students spent part of Friday morning sitting in the school stadium after a bomb threat was discovered in a school bathroom. The threat in the […]
This is Marcia Lane, your roving reporter. Flagler Palm Coast High School students spent part of this morning sitting in the school stadium after a bomb threat was discovered in a school bathroom. The threat in the form of graffiti was found at 7 a.m. and school authorities conducted a sweep of the school. Students […]
A funeral and celebration of life of Curtis Gray Saturday and Sunday, the NAACP’s Freedom Fund Banquet, Community Cats spring yard sale, ACLU honors Kaiti Lenhart, “Best Little Whorehouse in Texas” at the Playhouse and much more.
Music Coordinator and Conductor for THE WHO Symphonic ‘Moving On’ US Arena Tour 2019 THE WHO are gearing up for a 29-date North American ‘Moving On’ Symphonic Tour where a local symphony orchestra will join the band nightly for songs from ‘Tommy’ and ‘Quadrophenia’ along with their greatest hits and some long awaited new tunes. Roger Daltrey got the idea of a symphonic […]
My Obituary could read: “Over two decades of successful teaching in public and private schools, nationwide; over fifty years of part-time-full-time broadcasting, nationwide, inducted into the Nevada Broadcasters Hall of Fame in 2001; over five decades as full-or-part-time church staff member and years of successful participation in dramatic and musical theater including the four-year run […]