Has Deer Valley Maintained Its Top Shelf Status?

    Deer Valley has been consistently ranked toward the top of most lists when it comes to preferred ski resorts. It has been voted the United States’ Best Ski Resort by ... Continue Reading →

What Does the Future of Entertainment Look Like? Digital Entertainment World Provides a Glimpse

The 2019 Digital Entertainment World took a deep dive into “The Power of Creativity and Influence.” The gathering of entertainment executives traded insights and predictions about ... Continue Reading →

Zucked: Waking Up to the Facebook Catastrophe

When I received this book to review last summer, I was stunned at how prescient the premise is; for months thereafter the news became filled with reports of Facebook’s faults. I was ... Continue Reading →

You Want to Cut the Cord, Will You Be Able to Find Compelling Programs For Free? XUMO says YES

The biggest changes in the TV world have to do with how consumers are choosing to get their programming. For decades cable companies grew happy, fat and dumb laying cable and connecting ... Continue Reading →

Hello Dolly! Opening Night at Pantages Theatre – Many Stars Along Hollywood Boulevard

Once holding the record for the greatest number of Tony Awards, Hello Dolly! opened at the Pantages with many celebrities in attendance. The most poignant was actually the star that ... Continue Reading →

Carney Magic – Variety Nights at North Coast Repertory Theatre

Magic has enthralled audiences of all ages throughout the ages. Kings and queens commissioned magicians, and everyone likes a card trick. The Magic Castle is a members-only institution ... Continue Reading →

Trombone Shorty Scorches With Three Sold Out Nights at Belly Up

If my memory serves, The Belly Up does not often do multi-night gigs. But when they do, it is memorable. On the first night of a sellout three night run, Trombone Shorty treated the ... Continue Reading →

Moon Over Buffalo Shining at North Coast Repertory Theatre

A great cast is currently treading the boards at North Coast Repertory Theatre. Moon Over Buffalo has played steadily since its debut in 1995. Written by Ken Ludwig, the plot concerns ... Continue Reading →