Dunkirk – Christopher Nolan Tells the Impossible World War 2 Story

For many Americans, the story of Dunkirk is a dim chapter from WW2. That is likely because it preceded America’s entry to the war, which occurred six months later. To ... Continue Reading →

Jack Johnson and Jamtown Deliver at Hollywood Bowl

With five guitarists spread across the front line, Jamtown was rivaled only by Eagles the night before at Dodger Stadium who sported six guitarists. The older demo appreciated ... Continue Reading →

Mediterranean Splendor and La Jolla Luxury Meet at La Valencia Hotel

La Jolla has always been the jewel of southernmost California. In fact, that was the Spanish name given by 19th century explorers. The landmark hotel of La Jolla is La ... Continue Reading →

The Family Stone Keeps Sly’s Legacy Alive

Of the massive number of acts that played Woodstock, many leveraged their appearance to further success. Several acts arguably had career defining moments at Woodstock, ... Continue Reading →

World Premiere – Maragritaville

Jimmy Buffet is one of a handful of artists who have been able to transcend their original work and move into various other avenues. By developing his Parrothead following ... Continue Reading →

London Theatre Review – The Ferryman

After you have attended live theatre more than a couple times, you easily remember your best experience. After seeing dozens of productions over the years, it can become ... Continue Reading →

Share “Let’s Dance” & Upcoming Kingdom of Concern

One of my favorite charities, SHARE, held their 64th annual Boomtown Gala at the Beverly Hilton and raised over $650,000! The theme this year was “Let’s Dance’ as ... Continue Reading →

Father’s Day Gift Guide – Never Too Late for Cool Rockin’ Daddies

Here are a handful of gifts for Dear Old Dad. Choose one or more and make your Poppa proud that he brought you up with so much good taste. BodyGuardz Trainr Pro Case  Whether ... Continue Reading →