Play is filled with laugh-out-loud quips and funny moments.
Tale of two sisters, a priest and a fundamental evangelist is irreverent, funny.
Though there are some bright spots and convincing acting, Friday night’s opening of Winding Road Theatre Ensemble’s production of “Death of a Salesman” was liked, but not well-liked.
Little changed since the 1940s? Check. Wood-paneled walls, neon beer signs and a jukebox? Of course. Nondescript air in a mainly industrial area? You've got it at The Silver Room, 673 S. Plumer Ave.
The karaoke on the inside looks perfectly normal at Shooter's Steakhouse & Saloon at 3115 E. Prince Road. But the outside, with its Moroccan and Mediterranean archways and multiple domes, is a surprise; it was built as a 1972 Moroccan belly-dancing restaurant, El Jebala. The joint became…
Actor Craig T. Nelson, one of the voice talents in the new Pixar Animation Studios film "The Incredibles" poses for photographers at the film's premiere, in Hollywood, Oct. 24, 2004. (REUTERS/Fred Prouser)
Kristy Putman and Mike Iqbal laugh over beers at No Anchovies, 870 E. University, in 2005.
Live Theatre Workshop’s production continues through July 19.
The musical biography of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons continues through Sunday.
Phillip Seymour Hoffman, center, in the documentary "The Party's Over" Film Movement NOVEMBER 28, 2003
The Prime Minister and Natalie are caught off-guard at a Christmas pageant in Richard Curtis romantic comedy "Love Actually."
Billy Bob Thornton, left, and Tony Cox, right appear in a scene from Miramax's "Bad Santa" from 2003.
Country artist Toby Keith performs at Casino Del Sol's AVA Amphitheater Sunday November 21, 2004.
Eddie Van Halen, of the rock and roll band Van Halen, leaps from the drum kit of brother Alex Van Halen during the song "Jump," at Ava, Thursday evening, Nov. 18, 2004.
KC, left, of KC and the Sunshine Band leads the band and dancers to open with the song "Shake Your Booty" at Casino del Sol's AVA, 5655 W. Valencia Road, on Thursday, August 12, 2004.
A traditional dinner platter at Yanni's The Little Greek: gyro, chicken souvlaki, Greek salad, rice pilaf and pita bread ($12.95). Bring cash or a checkbook - Yanni's doesn't accept credit cards.
If you're looking for high-brow, high-price-tag dining, then you won't be eating at Yanni's The Little Greek.
The intimate interior is comfy, bathed in white and blue with framed photos of Greece and mini capiz shell chandeliers.
Yanni Kranis brings out an order during dinner rush at Yanni's The Little Greek. Kranis and son Ryan have run the eastside restaurant for about a year.
Really, it's hard to like "The Altruists."