Les Girls Cabaret has Julia Louis -Dreyfus putting spotlight on cancer battle

 Wildly-talented stars from TV, film and stage surrounded by chorus boys and girls kicked up their heels for the 18th annual Les Girls Cabaret benefit to help kick cancer. ... Continue Reading →

Leonardo DiCaprio’s mom is a force for nature, Irmelin DiCaprio honored by TreePeople

Imagine Leonardo DiCaprio howling at the moon. Yep, he has. But the TreePeople’s “Evening Under the Harvest Moon” gala was honoring the woman who taught ... Continue Reading →

Graham Nash – Keeping the Flame Alive, Humphrey’s by the Bay

For a certain generation, Graham Nash’s songs are a bedrock. He was the English gent among the Canadian and two Yanks comprising Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young. As the ... Continue Reading →

Hundred Days – La Jolla Playhouse

The set up: real life married couple Abigail and Shaun Bengson tell the story of their relationship in song. This structure was also effective in Once, and is a bit of ... Continue Reading →

LA Opera – Don Carlo with Plácido Domingo

In a sumptuous presentation, LA Opera assayed Giuseppe Verdi’s timeless Don Carlo. First performed in France and then Bologna in 1867, the opera has undergone evolution ... Continue Reading →

The Marine Room – Amazing Cuisine and Amazing Setting in La Lolla

You have a slight sense of vertigo initially as you settle into your seats. Your window side table is only a foot away from the Pacific Ocean. Timed properly, you can watch ... Continue Reading →

Reel Cowboys of the Silver Screen & Family Film Awards

The spacious ballroom of the Sportsman Lodge was overflowing with a ton of ten gallon hats & curvaceous cowgirls to celebrate the 24th Silver Spur Awards. Gorgeous ... Continue Reading →

Tim Allen still standing with “Last Man Standing” on Fox

 “Last Man Standing” is a great family sitcom starring Tim Allen. And now it is back for its seventh season on Friday nights after being picked up by FOX. ABC cancled ... Continue Reading →