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  • Glendale artist exhibits work in Japan as part of ‘Armenia Culture Week’

    Glendale artist exhibits work in Japan as part of ‘Armenia Culture Week’

    The Armenian Embassy in Japan invited Glendale artist Srboohie Abajian to exhibit her art earlier this month during “Armenia Culture Week” in Tokyo. At the exhibit, Abajian showed video footage of her “Murals on the Sky” project, which she displayed locally last year at Deukmejian Wilderness Park...

  • Glendale Centre Theatre stages ‘Annie Get Your Gun’

    Glendale Centre Theatre stages ‘Annie Get Your Gun’

    The Glendale Centre Theatre is presenting a version of Irving Berlin’s classic musical “Annie Get Your Gun” that incorporates both the original with its 1999 Broadway revival. “Annie Get your Gun” is about legendary sharpshooter Annie Oakley, who joins Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show and beats gunslinger...

  • Abstract 'Natural Selections' on display at Brand Library

    Abstract 'Natural Selections' on display at Brand Library

    The artwork of five female artists who each ground their figurative art in some aspect of organic reality will be on display through July 1 at the Brand Library and Art Center. Titled “Natural Selections,” the exhibit features artists Amabelle Aguiluz, Sarajo Frieden, Wakana Kimura, Karin Lanzoni,...

  • ‘Listen to Your Mother’ returns to the Colony Theatre

    ‘Listen to Your Mother’ returns to the Colony Theatre

    For the second straight year, women will take the stage at the Colony Theatre to share stories that are sometimes humorous, sometimes sad during an event that also raises money for Family Service Agency. The second annual “Listen to Your Mother” event at 7 p.m. Tuesday will feature one returning...

  • Falcon Theatre peeks into the history of comedy

    Falcon Theatre peeks into the history of comedy

    There have been numerous great comedy acts, writers and comedians throughout the years — such as the Marx Brothers, Anton Chekhov, George Carlin and Richard Pryor— who have left their mark on the comedic genre. For the next month, the Falcon Theatre in Burbank is offering a 90-minute overview of...

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