Challenging conventions and expectations, Black Violin combines classical training and hip-hop influences to create a distinctive multi-genre sound called “classical boom.” The Grammy®-nominated violin and viola duo Kev Marcus and Wil B merge string arrangements with modern beats to overcome stereotypes and encourage people of all ages, races, and economic
We continue a fun addition to our monthly Dining, Arts & Entertainment publication (DARTS) — printable sudoku and crossword puzzles for the second week of May 2021! The last two pages of DARTS give our readers an opportunity to challenge themselves with: a crossword; a sudoku; and a Crypto Fun!
Top Ten Stories for May 02 through May 08 include a mysterious death, child pornography, and a bike and pedestrian trail. Top Ten Stories for May 02 through May 08 are the most-read stories at Orange County Breeze over the last week (excluding weather forecasts and events): Woman dies under
The 34th annual Avalon Silent Film Showcase presented by Catalina Island Museum returns Saturday, May 15 with a screening of the award-winning Spanish film Blancanieves (2012). This year only the showcase will be held in the museum’s outdoor Ackerman Family Amphitheater, bringing film buffs back to the island for one
Orange County’s largest water park, Knott’s Soak City Waterpark, reopens for the 2021 season with limited capacity and reservation requirements. Guests can catch a ride down 23 different speed, tube, and body slides or take a relaxing trip down one of the longest lazy rivers in the country. The 15-acre
Join us for a thought-provoking celebration of Italian food culture featuring talks by influencers, scholars, and chefs. Program Lineup includes: Dr. Federico Pacchioni, Sebastian P., and Marybelle Musco, chair in Italian Studies; Silvia Chiave, consul general of Italy in Los Angeles “The Soul of Italian Food,” a conversation between Daniele
2ND & PCH, Long Beach’s open air coastal retail, dining and lifestyle center, invites the community to stay, shop, dine and relax this May with a number of outdoor experiences. Seaport Way continues to be closed to vehicular traffic providing additional common area seating and unique experiences for guests to
The latest issue of our popular monthly local guide is now available — our OCB’s May 2021 Dining Arts and Entertainment guide (OCB DARTS). Printed copies are not available because — despite Orange County’s gradual move to fewer pandemic related restrictions — all our usual distribution sites remain closed due
Segerstrom Center for the Arts and American Ballet Theatre have completed an exciting new artistic collaboration titled UNITING IN MOVEMENT, during which 18 dancers and the artistic staff of ABT developed and rehearsed three works that culminated in an exhilarating live performance in Segerstrom Hall and which can be streamed
Look ahead to the next generation of forward-thinking musicians with this virtual showcase featuring DJ sets, artist performances and a livestream Q&A. The night’s eclectic mix of sounds includes the global bass influences of DJ Shivarasa, the ethereal soundscapes of Black Jade, the folk-soul sound of Nora Rothman and the
We continue a fun addition to our monthly Dining, Arts & Entertainment publication (DARTS) — printable sudoku and crossword puzzles for the fourth week of April 2021! The last two pages of DARTS give our readers an opportunity to challenge themselves with: a crossword; a sudoku; and a Crypto Fun!
It’s good versus evil only to be seen on the big screen! One of the world’s most successful films is coming to Harkins Theatres this weekend. Smashing box office records, Japan’s anime movie Demon Slayer The Movie: Mugen Train hits theatres this Friday, April 23. Guests will venture into an
Top Ten Stories for April 11 through April 17 include real estate fraud, a book sale, and returning Summer Concerts. Top Ten Stories for April 11 through April 17 are the most-read stories at Orange County Breeze over the last week (excluding weather forecasts and events): Torrance man and his