Since opening its doors in 2012, The Smith Center has welcomed the community to experience all that they have to offer from Broadway plays and weddings, to special events, educational programs and everything in between.
Between the ages of eight and 14, Clarice Tara lived under an umbrella of mental abuse from her mother’s boyfriend. At 14, she left to live with her father, whose abuse of drugs drove Clarice to forms of self-abuse herself.
Prince Spencer, who tap-danced his way across color barriers as a member of the Four Step Brothers, died Thursday, weeks after celebrating his 98th birthday Oct. 3.
The group BARS, or “Brothers Are Radically Superb,” combine turfing, bone breaking, popping, and anything that inspires them to put on a improv-based theatrical show of raw self-expression.
Casa de Shenandoah? More like Casa de Wow. And for anybody who’s driven past the gates of Wayne Newton’s estate near the corner of Sunset and Pecos roads and wondered what lay behind, finding out firsthand now is possible.
There are many ways to celebrate Roald Dahl Day. You can suck on an Everlasting Gobstopper. Walk across a carpet seething with snakes. Or you can simply read some Roald Dahl.
Actor Kyle Jean-Baptiste, who made history as the first African-American to play the lead role in a Broadway production of “Les Miserables,” died Friday night in New York.
The painting, “La Coiffeusse” (“The Hairdresser”) was found in a shipping container labeled a “low-value handicraft” and valued at $33.42 by Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s Homeland Security Investigations.
Day two of Comic-Con was filled with fan-favorite properties from the very first panel in the morning with “The Big Bang Theory” until the sun set in San Diego, as “Star Wars” took over downtown.
Inside the recently opened Spring Mountains Visitor Gateway Center is a frosty white mural that holds hidden secrets to the naked eye. It’s only when seen with a polarized viewer that a new colorful world greets the eyes.