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August 17, 2017

The Art Of

Art of Music: 311 Announces Tour Dates, Releases Single, “Too Much to Think”

(March 13, 2017, Courtesy 311) It’s official.  311 launches their eight-week North American tour on June 22nd in Cleveland, Ohio. Special guests for some shows include “New Politics” or “The Skints / Passafire.” 311 will also make headline appearances at several festivals and radio events. The full tour itinerary (June 22-Aug 20) is listed below and at http://www.311.com/shows. PHOTO L-R: Drummer CHAD SEXTON, singer/guitarist NICK HEXUM,

Art of Comedy: “Please Tell Me I’m Adopted!” Nicole Sobchack Says Her Character is a “Hot Mess”

(Los Angeles, California, March 8, 2017) Wraptastic Productions’ live action ensemble, and very zany comedy, “Please Tell Me I’m Adopted!” premiered worldwide exclusively on Amazon/Amazon Prime to five-star reviews on the 6th of March. Produced by Chris Sobchack, Nicole Sobchack, and Heather Hall, the short-form series stars Nicole Sobchack as the free-spirited, confused but very

The Art of Fiction: The Closet

I am five. Locked in a small, dark, musky, chemical-cleaning-supply-laden closet in a German pre-school. Dark. Can’t breathe. Claustrophobic. Can’t sit. No room. Brooms and brushes grab at my skin each time I tire and lean. Seems like hours. I think if I can just relax close my eyes and try to catch some oxygen

The Art of Music: Jonathan L’s “Radio Boom”

Can an established award-winning American radio personality discover true love and success in a foreign land without the benefit of terrestrial radio? Yep. Jonathan L was a well-known voice in Phoenix radio but was looking for something else in his life. He met and subsequently married his one and only beloved, Gaby, who hailed from

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