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McKenzie News Service - Press Releases - February 21, 2014 - National Edition


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Unmasking the Stage: The Visual Artists Behind the Theater Experience Opens at The Museums of Los Gatos

Los Gatos, California - Presented by the Museums of Los GatosUnmasking the Stage: The Visual Artists Behind the Theater Experience, opened January 29th and showcases the stagecraft of set designers, costumers, make-up and lighting artists. On view through March 30, 2014, this captivating exhibition offers a unique, behind-the-scenes look at work by talented designers from the Bay Area Theatre community. Discover the processes artists use to create a sense of place and time for the theater audience. If you’ve ever wondered, “How do they do that?” while watching a live performance, this exhibition is a must-see. Events will be held at The Art Museum of Los Gatos, are at 4 Tait Avenue, Los Gatos, CA.



A three day celebration of the music of the 1920s and '30s, Monterey’s Jazz Bash by the Bay

Monterey, California - The Jazz Bash by the Bay has been celebrating since 1980 the music of the ‘20s and 30s, one of the most creative and magical periods in the history of American music. The festival brings together the many colorful forms of early jazz: traditional jazz, swing, gypsy jazz, ragtime, blues, and big bands. There are eight ballrooms and cabaret venues under one roof. Eight world-class guest artists, 17 featured bands and three youth bands will take to the stage during the 34th annual JazzAge Monterey’s Jazz Bash by the Bay, March 7, 8, and 9, 2014. All this music will happen at the Portola Hotel & Spa and the Monterey Conference Center, 2 Portola Plaza, Monterey. All-Event Badges are $105 prior to March 1, 2014. March 1 to 7, $115; day badges are $45 for Friday, $60 for Saturday and $45 for Sunday. Children under 13 are admitted free with an adult; high school students are also free. Purchases badges online or call 888-349-6879. Information and performance schedules at



Route 66 Cruisin’ Reunion returns to Ontario, California, September 19-21, 2014

Ontario, California - Back by popular demand, the Route 66 Cruisin’ Reunion is zooming into Greater Ontario, California with more chrome, metal and engine roar than ever before. This year’s show will be a full-throttle affair, fueling the weekend of Sept. 19-21, 2014, with hundreds of classic cars, contests, cruises and rocking revelry along historic Euclid Avenue. The Cruisin’ Reunion is one of the most extended, long-play events of its kind in the nation. The 2013 show was jam-packed with more than 800 classic cars, drawing an impressive 139,000 people in its first year. This year’s festival will bring in even more: fantastic food, live music, contests and fun. “Southern California grew from its rich love affair with the automobile,” said Michael Krouse, President and CEO of the Greater Ontario Convention and Visitors Bureau. “People from all over the nation made the trek here last year to celebrate the Cruisin’ Reunion. Some even followed Route 66 to get here.” 



Visit China During its Flower Blossom Season is offering a nine days seven nights trip to Beijing, Shanghai, Suzhou and Hangzhou with all inclusive packages from $1,399.00 (per person based on double occupancy). The trip includes: round-trip air ticket from Los Angeles, San Francisco, Houston or New York City via Air China; round-trip ground transportation from the airport to hotels and itinerary destinations; double-occupancy accommodations for three nights at Four Points by Sheraton in Beijing; one night at Grand Metropark Hotel Suzhou; one night at Crown Plaza Hangzhou Xanadu Resort; two nights at Renaissance Shanghai Putuo Hotel; seven buffet breakfast and most lunches and dinners; special Peking Duck dinner. The tour also includes visits to the Great Wall of China, Forbidden City, Summer Palace, Lingering Garden, West Lake and Giant Panda at Beijing Zoo. There is an English-speaking tour guide throughout the tour. Airline taxes, fuel surcharges, hotel fees, admission, and accident insurance included.  For more information visit or contact marketing director at [Back to Press Releases Main]