Hollywood Bag Ladies Christmas shopping for Lupus LA

 Christmas shopping was in full swing at the at the annual Hollywood Bag Ladies Luncheon for Lupus LA. It was a benefit for Lupus LA with hundreds of well-heeled women ... Continue Reading →

‘Little Black Dress The Musical,’ a good ‘Me Too’ sisterhood experience

 ‘LITTLE BLACK DRESS The Musical’  will have you shouting ‘Me too’ in a good way while sharing the special events we’ve all experienced while wearing ... Continue Reading →

Shawn Colvin and Mary Chapin Carpenter – An Inspired Evening

It is a very astute move, pairing two sympatico artists for a tour. A dozen years ago I saw the first few shows of what became a landmark tour of James Taylor and Carole ... Continue Reading →

Wilderado – Live at Ogden Theatre, Denver

What a great thing; tracking a band’s steady upward trajectory. We first encountered Wilderado on the early bill at Ohana Festival. The quartet was in the first flush ... Continue Reading →

“Dodgers Stories: 6 Decades in LA” docu PBS SocCal/KCET Nov. 28

 It’s time for Dodger baseball.  Although it’s the off season there’s a historic documentary, “Dodgers Stories: 6 Decades in LA,” that baseball ... Continue Reading →

Royal Academy of St. George & Remembrance Day

In honor of Remembrance Day (Sunday, Nov. 10), Chairman Ratu Muda Princess Karen Cantrell invited us to a celebration at The Heritage in Beverly Hills. Included in the ... Continue Reading →

The Maven Hotel – Wonderful Accommodations In Denver’s Gentrifying Downtown

Gentrification of dilapidated corners of cities is a beautiful thing. The bones of old buildings are given new life, and the original builders and architects of these edifices ... Continue Reading →

Kachina Cantina – Vibrant Dining in Downtown Denver’s Dairy Block

We did not expect such delicious Mexican fare, which is a blatant bias when this San Diegan family spent a weekend in Denver. But there we were at Kachina, fully enjoying ... Continue Reading →