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Hi-Pointe one of the last of its kind
They planned to reopen the Hi-Pointe with a blockbuster: "Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull." But Paramount balked at screening such an

Spare Times: For Children
This interactive show also includes a recreated room from the Ottoman period (about 1900), where young archaeologists can dress in costume.

Spare Times: For Children
This interactive show also includes a recreated room from the Ottoman period (about 1900), where young archaeologists can dress in costume.

Spare Times: For Children
This interactive show also includes a recreated room from the Ottoman period (about 1900), where young archaeologists can dress in costume.

Volunteer Opportunites
Alpha Center Adult Day Service: Piano players and other musicians, poetry readers, storytellers and assistants with events, meals and client needs.

Full 2010 Comic-Con Schedule – Saturday, July 24th!
Indigo Ballroom, San Diego Hilton Bayfront 12:00-1:00 Indyfans— The Indiana Jones Fan Group returns to Comic-Con to discuss all things Indy.

Preview calendar: Theater and auditions for July 22-28
"The Costume Ball" ---- PowPAC, Poway's Community Theatre, presents Norman Beim's comedy about a middled-aged couple whose plans to attend a gala costume

Syracuse Shakespeare Festival's relaxing summer love story 'As You Like It' (Review)

Many side plots twist their way into Rosalind and Orlando's love story and SSF provides a scene by scene synopsis in their program to help keep track. Syracuse Shakespeare Festival provides the ideal atmosphere for a summer Shakespearean love story. Surrounded by the trees lining the Thornden Park Amphitheatre, families gather to relax, eat and watch William Shakespeare's "As You Like It. ". This comedy primarily follows Rosalind and Orlando. There they find each other again, except Rosalind is disguised as a man and going by the name Ganymede (for reasons only Shakespeare can devise). It's a testament to their skill that these gestures, while being slightly larger than life, still feel grounded in honesty and reality.


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