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In the Antelope Valley, there is a large theatre and acting community, and included in the art of acting, there's improvisation acting, or better known as Improv. One group that is outstanding right now is the group O.N. Improv.
Improv is the practice of acting, singing, talking and reacting, of creating, in the moment actions. Basically, everything is made up on the spot in response to the…Continue
Added by Ali Rae Pursley on July 28, 2011 at 1:00pm — No Comments
Before there was the whole concept of "The Blvd" there weren't too many local artist supporters in the city of Lancaster, but Local business- woman Chris Calaba has been shining through with great pride throughout the years supporting many local artists. Artists that include not only traditional fine art, but as well…Continue
The City of Lancaster is fighting back. Fighting back against the recent homosexual hate crimes that have occurred in Lancaster. Late into the night on June 26th near 10th st. and J-4, outrageous intolerable slurs were sloppily scrawled across walls affecting many businesses, not only were the businessed vandalized but left many LGBTQ people fearful in their own…Continue
Natives to the Antelope Valley, in terms of music, The Great Tortilla Heist have been shaking up the earth for many many years, from early days of slappy ska punk, to the progression of their new ska inspired sound, along with new members, these boys are quickly becoming a legend in the making. Fronted by…Continue
Added by Ali Rae Pursley on June 26, 2011 at 2:00pm — No Comments
Acoustic musicians are not hard to find in the Antelope Valley, but finding talented acoustic musicians is another thing all together, now imagine putting all that talent found in the Antelope Valley into one room, for three hours. Your mind will be blown.
The one I will be focusing on today is the FIRST EVER Acoustic Show…Continue
Added by Ali Rae Pursley on June 15, 2011 at 8:02pm — No Comments
Locals Chris Correa and Daniel Wiley have been performing and producing music since they were teenagers. His Coming Day is not new to the Antelope Valley, for they have been around for years and backyard shows aren't normally their thing, but they are certainly up for anything these days. It seems they just want their music to be heard by any one and everyone that is open to it. New members of the band include Chris Diaz on guitar, Daniel Green also on guitar and backing vocals and…Continue
Added by Ali Rae Pursley on June 8, 2011 at 6:00pm — No Comments