By Christine Paluf After 17 months charming audiences, “Dirty Rotten Scoundrels” will close its doors. Awarded Best Musical in 2005 by the Drama League, and nominated for 11 Tonys-including best musical, last week, the show’s producers posted a closing notice for the show The musical was one of 39... Read more
By Christine Paluf Vernon, Conn. –July 27, 2006 — The world of the secondary ticket market takes some time to understand. For a newcomer to the industry, it can take up to several months to comprehend all of the ins and outs of ticket sales, exchange listings and software... Read more

Huckabee Hearts Richards

July 21, 2006

Chris Licata VERNON, Conn. – Finally Keith Richards can sleep at night. From the department of, “where the hell did this come from?” Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee has applied for clemency on behalf of Richards to have a 1975 reckless driving charge dropped, according to an Associated Press story.... Read more
By Chris Licata VERNON, Conn. – College football season is so close you can almost taste it. About six weeks from now all of the pageantry, history and intensity that is the NCAA football season will explode onto the national spotlight. No sporting event in America can compare to... Read more
By Chris Licata VERNON, Conn. – There is always controversy when attempts at bridging the gap between entertainment and professional sports are made. Sometimes they are successful, such as Ray Allen’s performance in Spike Lee’s “He Got Game.” Other times it’s a miserable failure, such as Garth Brooks’ tryout... Read more
By Chris Licata Vernon, Conn. – Syd Barrett may be dead, but the Pink Floyd show must go on. Tuesday morning a spokeswoman for the band announced that Barrett, one of Floyd’s founding members, had died a few days earlier at 60 years old. Meanwhile in Italy, the band’s... Read more
By Chris Licata VERNON, CONN. – For the past 50 years, summer in the United States has been identified by two things: baseball and rock concerts. Now, for the third straight year, legendary folk-rock artist Bob Dylan will attempt to combine the two. For a little under a month... Read more
On Tuesday, post-punk queens Sleater-Kinney announced that the band would be going on ‘indefinite hiatus’ immediately following the handful of shows scheduled for this summer, stopping at this year’s Lollapalooza festival in Chicago before a farewell show in Portland. After 11 years of steady touring mixed with regular releases,... Read more
By James Plankton When buying tickets, most people simply call the box office, log on to the official website of the performer or venue, or visit Ticketmaster.com. At each of these sources, the tickets are all sold at face value, which is the “official” price set by the producers... Read more