Things to do in New Orleans Jan. 5-7, 2024 | Entertainment/Life

Reactors, representing the regulars of the Southern District of the United States, fire their muskets during the commemoration of the 208th anniversary of the Battle of New Orleans, Saturday, Jan. 7, 2023, at the Chalmette Battlefield in Chalmette. The event included living history demonstrations, musket and cannon firing demonstrations, fife and drum lessons, and a … Read more

Cosplayers descend on Long Beach for annual Animé Los Angeles convention – Press Telegram

Hundreds of fans descended on the Long Beach Convention and Entertainment Center for the 19th annual Anime Los Angeles, a four-day event aimed at celebrating the Japanese art form. Kalika Evans is dressed as Mario's Wedding Bowser during Anime Los Angeles at the Long Beach Convention Center in Long Beach, Calif., Thursday, Jan. 4, 2024. … Read more

New entertainment and events plaza coming to Carbondale

CARBONDALE, Ill. (KFVS) – A new entertainment and events plaza in Carbondale is officially in the works. That's thanks to a multi-million dollar grant and it's got neighboring businesses excited. An empty lot just off South Washington in Carbondale will soon be home to a new entertainment and events plaza. The space is already used … Read more

Calendar for Jan. 4-5, 2024 – Jamestown Sun

The calendar publishes public events, meetings and fundraisers for free in The Jamestown Sun. To submit an event, email it to – with “Calendar” in the subject line or fax it to 701-952-8477. Thursday January 4Buffalo City AA Group, 7:30 p.m. (open, speakers meeting), United Presbyterian Church, 302 2nd Ave. SE (driveway door). TOPS … Read more

Soloist to liven Copland’s Clarinet Concerto at Vallejo Symphony concerts – The Vacaville Reporter

The clarinet has a soft, almost hollow sound, alternately cold and bright, with a dynamic range more remarkable than that of other woodwinds, possessing a captivating sound color in its lowest octave. When we think of the clarinet and its unique sound, our minds may turn to a recording of Gershwin's “Rhapsody in Blue” or … Read more

Sponsoring Lit Fest 2, WTC calls for submissions – The Vacaville Reporter

Have you just written a short story that could compare favorably to the works of Bobbie Ann Mason, James McBride or Ian McEwen? Or a heartfelt memoir that rivals the late Irish singer Sinead O'Connor's “Rememberings” or actor Stanley Tucci's “Taste: My Life Through Food”? You've dabbled in poetry and created something unique, but perhaps … Read more

From ballet to wrestling: January in entertainment and the arts

We so rarely get visits from A-list touring dance artists here in the Bay Area, that the appearance of one of the country's most beloved such groups is reason enough for a new month – and a new year – celebration. Harlem Dance Theater will perform Jan. 23 at the Straz Center for the Performing … Read more