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Game shows like Deal or No Deal and The Price Is Right have long enthralled viewers. Today The Game Show Game Show provides a private game show, ensuring everyone gets…
And Jay Cutler has been busy dressing up in the best costume ever. advertisement Have you ever wondered what a dance party with Jay Cutler would be like?
Governor Quinn Opens 2011 Illinois State Fair – “We’ve Got a Good Thing Growing” Fair Showcases Food, Entertainment, Illinois Produce and Livestock
SPRINGFIELD – August 12, 2011. Governor Pat Quinn today officially opened the 2011 Illinois State Fair, “We’ve Got a Good Thing Growing.” Today’s ribbon cutting at the fairground’s main gate marks the start of the 10-day celebration that features food, racing, music, carnival rides and a wide variety of family-friendly activities.
Used Woodwind and Brass Musical Instruments Harbor Harmful Bacteria and Fungi CHICAGO , March 14, 2011 /CHICAGOPRESSRELEASE.COM/ — Research has shown that playing a musical instrument can help nourish, cultivate, and increase intelligence in children, but playing a used instrument also can pose a potentially dangerous health risk. Used woodwind and brass instruments were found to be heavily contaminated with a variety of bacteria and fungi, many of which are associated with minor to serious infectious and allergic diseases, according to a study published in the March/ April 2011 issue of General Dentistry , the peer-reviewed clinical journal of the Academy of General Dentistry (AGD).
NEW YORK – When Willow Smith explains why she entered the music business, she talks about expressing her individuality, and wanting to help people with her message. But she also acknowledges that she wanted to be famous like her “mommy and daddy.” She’s well on her way now.
Catch Shrek the Musical in Chicago Before It’s Too Late and Experience a Shrek-tastic Hotel Package Just for Theatre-Goers at the Renaissance Chicago Downtown Hotel
CHICAGO, Aug. 27 /CHICAGOPRESSRELEASE.COM/ — Are you coming to Chicago to see Shrek the Musical at the Cadillac Palace Theatre before it closes?
NEW YORK – Those four Flying Karamazov Brothers are back in town and better than ever, with their zany, pun-laden, seriously skillful juggling and musical act, titled simply “4 Play.” Once again, the off-Broadway Minetta Lane Theatre is awash in piles of cardboard boxes, the comical troupe’s inventive “set.” Whether they are deftly wielding a dozen juggling clubs among themselves while dancing a jig, or staggering around the stage in long ballerina tutus, the quartet keeps up a running commentary of humorous one-liners and puns that appeals to audience members of all ages. Founding Karamazov member Paul Magid produced, directed and stars as Dmitri, deadpan narrator and the master juggler known as “the Champ.” He wrote the book for the show, along with the other Karamazov brothers — Mark Ettinger, Rod Kimball and Stephen Bent.
LONDON – British jazz drummer Jack Parnell, who served as bandleader on “The Muppet Show,” has died aged 87, his family said Monday. The family said Parnell died at his home in Southwold, eastern England, on Sunday following a yearlong battle with cancer.
NEW YORK – Making successful entertainment out of serious history is a rare gift. Yet from the tragic 1840s potato famine to a haunting, modern U2 anthem, Pulitzer Prize-winning author and former history teacher Frank McCourt’s richly narrated, musical history lesson, “The Irish …
(CHICAGOPRESSRELEASE.COM) — German singer Lena has won the Eurovision Song Contest, the continent’s biggest musical competition, which allowed musicians from 25 countries to shrug off the economic gloom shrouding Europe, at least for a day. Viewers from 39 countries voted in the competition.