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Braxton to Make Palm Springs-Area Concert Debut at Fantasy Springs

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Indio

Grammy winning, platinum recording artist Toni Braxton, who scored mega-hits out of “Un-Break My Heart,” “Breathe Again” and “Another Sad Love Song,” will make her Palm Springs-area concert debut at 8 p.m. Thursday, April 6 at Fantasy Springs Resort Casino’s Special Events Center.

Playboy Jazz 2006

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By Taylor Jordan

The 28th annual Playboy Jazz Festival promises three returns: to more traditional expressions of America's culturally classic music, of popular entertainer Bill Cosby as Hollywood Bowl master of ceremonies and a better blending of legendary artists, master musicians and challenging contemporary performers who keep jazz as their focus or roots.

Foxwoods, AEC Team Up For Pre-Grammy Luncheon

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Los Angeles

By Rita Long – Earl Heath

It was a big day for many in the entertainment field as AEC (Artist Empowerment Coalition) had its annual Pre-Grammy Luncheon and honored some of the major artists in television, music and business. The AEC was initiated and inspired by such entertainers as Stevie Wonder, Chaka Khan, Roberta Flack and Prince. o­ne of the major sponsors for this AEC event include Foxwoods Resort Casino (the World's Largest Casino) located in Mashantucket, Connecticut.

A Spirit of Love Fashion Show and Concert

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Fontana

Twelve Tribes Musical Empire along with Mylyn Promotions is proud to present “Makeda” (formally known as Tiffany Laing) in a fashion show and concert with many friends.  This event will take place at the Fontana Civic Auditorium, 9460 Sierra Ave, o­n February 16, 2006 at 7:00pm.  Tickets are $20.00 each or $35.00 for two and can be purchased by contacting  Mylyn Promotions at 951-675-7769 or Twelve Tribes Musical Empire 909-823-2734.

Charles Dickens and Frederick Douglass Find Hope on Stage At Dickens Festival

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Riverside

The annual Dickens Festival will again feature a play that speaks to the expansiveness of Charles Dickens and Frederick Douglass as they meet a fictional character Hope o­n the stage at the Municipal Auditorium o­n Saturday and Sunday at 12:45 p.m. The play that was conceived by Dickensians Mary and Doug Austin, received great reviews last year in its debut.

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