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  • “Jefferson, I think we’re lost.” – Little America, R.E.M.

    The distance between Rodeo and Santa Cruz is just over 90 miles. For the most part the drive is unremarkable – urban, industrial cities and rural, unincorporated towns along the Eastshore Freeway, shaping the wasteland East of the San Francisco Bay. But then the interstate gives way to Highway 17 and you begin the ascent to another world. The road is a thin, curlicue curved by the green Santa Cruz Mountains.

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  • Check out the new issue of Billboad: HERE

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    The Drama Desk Awards, which are presented annually, honor outstanding achievement by professional theater artists on Broadway, Off-Broadway and Off-Off Broadway. What sets Drama Desk Awards apart is that they are voted on and bestowed by theater critics, journalists, editors and publishers covering theater, without any vested interest in the results. For this reason, Drama Desk Awards reflect both enthusiasm for all aspects of New York’s professional theater and a level of erudition and theatrical experience unparalleled in our industry’s other prize-giving organizations.

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  • The Festival's closing weekend kicked up several notches with a surprise Green Day/Joan Jett performance inside the Festival Hub.

    As it is every year, music was a recurring attraction throughout the 2016 Tribeca Film Festival. And like the Festival’s dedication to representing diversity behind the camera, with its plethora of women directors and filmmakers from around the world, Tribeca 2016 celebrated a variety of audio pleasures.

    For hip-hop heads, Alicia Keys debuted new music and gave one hell of a performance inside the Highline Ballroom on the day Prince died, and the documentary Bad

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