Film Review – Show Me The Picture: The Story of Jim Marshall

We are in a golden age of music documentaries, quite possibly the platinum age. For the fan, this plethora of offerings is almost an embarrassment of riches. Alfred George ... Continue Reading →

Stephen Marley Keeps Da Riddim Alive at Belly Up

The red, gold and green flag of Jamaica at the side of the stage ensured any novices knew whence came Stephen Marley. The 46 year old son of Bob and Rita Marley came to ... Continue Reading →

“Superstore” NBC sitcom not political with its salute to the working class

America Ferrera, star and producer of NBC’s Superstore, said her sitcom offers a place “where people can be so different from each other and believe different ... Continue Reading →

BeachLife Festival in Redondo Beach Presents a Dazzling and Eclectic Lineup…and Big Wave Awards

We are basking in the peak era of festivals. We have an unparalleled number of excellent festivals on offer. South of Los Angeles along the coast both Ohana Festival and ... Continue Reading →

“Whiskey Cavalier,” ABC’s spy vs. spy romp starring Scott Foley & Lauren Cohan

 The best part about Whiskey Cavalier, the new action-adventure series on ABC, is seeing the return of a well done spy-versus-spy romp sprinkled with comedy and wonderful ... Continue Reading →

Theater scene LA & beyond, must-see March shows

Theater events that makes you celebrate, smile, laugh, think, and sing along are among the March shows that audiences can enjoy in Los Angeles and beyond–part of ... Continue Reading →

4th Annual Roger Neal Oscar Viewing Party

How exciting it was to attend Roger Neal’s Oscar Viewing Party at the famed Palladium, operated by Live Nation. Do you know it was the first time in 50 years since an ... Continue Reading →

The Joffrey Ballet – La Jolla Music Society

The venerable Joffrey Ballet filled the San Diego Civic Center in an eclectic and ultimately joyful performance presented by the La Jolla Music Society, as part of the ... Continue Reading →