Esports Is No Longer For Kids – XLIVE Conference Dives Deep Into The Exploding Sector

If you are of a certain age, you will no doubt be dubious about the idea of folks paying money to watch other folks play video games. You would likewise be stunned to know that not ... Continue Reading →

Coachella 2018 – Big Coverage

Although it did not sell out as quickly as in past years, Coachella again confirmed its status as the most influential music festival in North America, perhaps in the world. Greta Van ... Continue Reading →

Deer Valley Wraps Up Another Stellar Winter Season And Moves Into A Glorious Summer

As one of the premier ski destinations in the world, Deer Valley continues to up its game when it comes to service and a quality ski experience. Its renowned mountains continue to host ... Continue Reading →

Famous People Who’ve Met Me – A Memoir by the Man Who Discovered Prince

Owen Husney has written an engaging book about his journey from Minneapolis to Los Angeles and back. The many people he’s bumped into along the way include geniuses and scoundrels. The ... Continue Reading →

David Byrne – American Utopia Concert – This Must Be The Place

I suspect David Byrne would not be averse to the sobriquet as the funkiest nerd musician. Based on his recent show in San Diego, he deserves the moniker. Byrne has been pushing the ... Continue Reading →

Humphrey’s By The Bay – Another Sterling Schedule of Concerts

One of the best outdoor venues in Southern California announced its lineup of concerts. Humphrey’s By The Bay is known for its delightful setting on the San Diego Bay, its intimate ... Continue Reading →

The Wanderers – World Premiere at The Old Globe

One of the best written, most clever and tightly constructed plays I have seen this year premiered at The Old Globe Theatre. Written by Anna Ziegler and ably directed by Barry Edelstein, ... Continue Reading →

Can Mammoth Mountain Get Bigger And Better? It Seems The Answer Is Yes

For years, Mammoth Mountain has been the premier California destination for skiers. I had heard about it attending college on the East Coast; my California roommate would scoff at the ... Continue Reading →