Adele Wins Album, Record, Song of the Year at Grammys

VOA Adele won the trifecta - album of the year, record of the year, and song of the year - at the 59th Annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles Sunday night, beating out Beyonce in all three categories. When
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The Gala Of The Royal Horses Trots Into Trenton For The First Time Event In October

For the first time ever, The Gala of The Royal Horses Inaugural North American world-renowned equestrian tour is coming to Trenton, NJ on October 18 at 4pm. The Gala of the Royal Horses is a spectacular entertainment event combining the most beautiful horses in the world with live performer creating (more...)

“Stalingrad”, Highest-Grossing Russian Movie

FILM OPENS EXCLUSIVELY IN IMAX® 3D NATIONWIDE ON FEB. 28 Columbia Pictures will release Fedor Bondarchuk’s Stalingrad in the United States for a one-week exclusive engagement in IMAX® 3D theatres nationwide on Feb. 28. The 3D World War II drama has recently become the highest-grossing Russian movie of all (more...)

Delegation Wows Americans with Turkmen Art and Music

By Paula D. Thomson Staff Writer Americans in Washington, New Mexico and New York got a taste of the finest music, art, literature and dance Turkmenistan has to offer thanks to a weeklong festival December 2–7 called Turkmenistan Culture Days. In honor of Turkmenistan’s recent 22nd anniversary of independence and (more...)

Jennifer Knapp & Margaret Becker: The Hymns Of Christmas

Highly respected solo artists in their own right, Jennifer Knapp and Margaret Becker unite for a duo performance supporting their holiday release The Hymns of Christmas. Inspired by hymns that make Christmas Eve reverent and memorable, the pair weave their acoustic artistry, beautiful harmonies and friendship into a real Christmas (more...)

A New Era For Philadelphia Live Arts Festival

New brand identity announced at groundbreaking for dynamic waterfront home The Philadelphia Live Arts Festival and Philly Fringe marked the beginning of a new era: The 17-year-old contemporary arts organization has officially changed its name to FringeArts. The new name, announced in conjunction with breaking ground on a versatile permanent (more...)

Drama Film “Anna Karenina” Hits Theaters

Focus Fetuares has released an interactive trailer of the big screen adaptation, drama film Anna Karenina  directed by Joe Wright that is adapted from Leo Tolstoy's 1877 novel. It stars Keira Knightley, Jude Law, and Aaron Taylor-Johson. Joe Wright ("Pride and Prejudice") (more...)

The Oldest Thanksgiving Day Parade In Philadelphia

First held in 1920, the Philadelphia Thanksgiving Day Parade has a vibrant legacy as the oldest Thanksgiving Day parade in America. The parade was created by Gimbel Brothers Department Store for the children and residents of Philadelphia. After Gimbel's closed in 1986, WPVI-TV/6abc stepped in to (more...)

16th Annual Philly Fringe

Tickets are now on sale for the 16th annual Philly Fringe, which runs in conjunction with the Philadelphia Live Arts Festival from September 7 – 22. The 2012 Fringe submissions reflect new trends in partnerships, longer runs and several groups presenting multiple shows. More than 650 performances from 140 artists (more...)

Sanremo Music Festival 2012 In The “City of Flowers”

The 62nd edition of Italy's oldest music event Sanremo Musica Festival 2012, took place in the northern resort town of Sanremo, nicknamed the "city of flowers". It was held at the Teatro Ariston, during the five nights between 14 February 2012 and 18 February 2012, and it was (more...)

Emelianenko Won Clear-Cut Unanimous Decision

Former MMA champion Fedor Emelianenko ended his losing streak on Sunday in a fight against U.S. Jeff Monson in the Moscow Olympiysky arena. Emelianenko, nicknamed "The Last Emperor," lost three fights in a row in 2010-2011, after a 32-fight winning streak. His opponent, Jeff "The Snowman" Monson, won (more...)

The Round-Up (La Rafle)

Philadelphia Jewish Film Festival (PJFF) The Round-Up (La Rafle) Director: Rose Bosch France, Germany, Hungary In French, German, and Yiddish w/ English Subtitles Saturday, November 19, 8 pm Set in beautiful Montmarte in 1942, the film begins with yellow-starred children playing in the streets outside their tenements, oblivious to the imminent darkness that threatens (more...)

Lantern’s “New Jerusalem”

Lantern Theater Company announces an second extension of New Jerusalem, The Interrogation of Baruch de Spinoza at Talmud Torah Congregation: Amsterdam, July 27, 1656. Playing to capacity houses since its first performance on Oct. 6, the production's first extension is 90% sold out. New dates have been added and (more...)

Jenkintown Festival of the Arts

The Jenkintown Festival of the Arts will turn its streets into celebration central on September 18 2011. Downtown Jenkintown will showcase the talents of local artists, musicians, foodies and brewers during. The Jenkintown Festival of the Arts features a main stage with performances running from 1 – (more...)

The Qadim Ensemble in Philadelphia

The Qadim Ensemble in Philadelphia

Qadim is a word found in both Arabic and Hebrew meaning 'ancient' as well as 'that which will come.' Their repertoire includes Jewish music from throughout the region, Arabic, Turkish Sufi, Hebrew-Yemenite, Ladino, Armenian, Greek and Moroccan music, celebrating the common musical and spiritual heritage of the region's cultures, while (more...)

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