Ohio State Buckeyes women's basketball hosts No. 2 Maryland
No. 12 Ohio State (and All-American Kelsey Mitchell) will host No. 2 Maryland in the Big Ten women's basketball game of the year Monday night (7 p.m., ESPN2).
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How to Make Capirotada (Mexican Bread Pudding)
Chef Richard Sandoval of Maya Mexican Restaurant in New York shares with us his recipe for Capirotada (Mexican Bread Pudding), the perfect dessert for the coming holidays.
Village Theatre Announces Upcoming Season
A mix of well-known musicals, such as Hairspray, and budding shows, String, are among the five-show lineup in Village Theatre's upcoming season.
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You did it! You scored tickets to that artist you’ve been dreaming of seeing for weeks, months, or maybe even years. Go ahead and take a second to bask in …
How to Avoid Ticket Scams on Craigslist & Buying Fake Tickets
Always buy Ticketmaster Verified Ticket for a guarantee the seat you buy is the seats you get. If you're exploring your options buying Ticketmaster tickets on craigslist here are some guidelines you should be aware.
Just What Movie Theaters Need: Jungle Gyms
In the world of video streaming services like Netflix and Hulu, movie theater chains are becoming increasingly desperate to encourage consumers to get out of their houses — and into cinema auditoriums. Cinepolis Junior is opening two theaters this month in Southern California — in Pico Rivera and Vista — and their spin on the theater-going experience is to have actual jungle gyms inside their auditoriums. “It’s really intended to make kids feel welcome and comfortable,” said Cinepolis USA Chief Executive Adrian Mijares Elizondo, according to the Los Angeles Times. “The whole idea is to make it easier for parents to take their kids to the movies and let the kids have more fun.” The auditoriums are designed for children ages 3 to 12, and the first film to be shown at the…