Coachella 2019 – All The Best Moments

The rains in the previous months brought a wealth of greenery, exceeding the usual spring freshness in the Coachella Valley. Fortunately, the rains were nowhere to be found in the 20th ... Continue Reading →

San Diego Opera – Georges Bizet: Carmen

From possible ruin several years ago, San Diego Opera has emerged stronger. Each production renews SD Opera’s deserved position among the country’s great opera companies. For the ... Continue Reading →

The Rolling Stones Rock and Roll Circus – Finally Released Theatrically

The long-gestating “Rock and Roll Circus” has finally been released theatrically. Shot in late December 1968, Mick Jagger took a page from The Beatles and decided a film could replace ... Continue Reading →

KAABOO Unveils a Superb Lineup in Del Mar for September

The ocean breezes will still be warm, and for another three nights in Del Mar this September 13-15 attendees at the next KAABOO Del Mar will enjoy a range of artists. Even as you move ... 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 the Belly Up ... 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 KAABOO have ... 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 Dance Series. The ... Continue Reading →

Habib Koité Glimmers at UCSD

One of seventeen siblings, Habib Koité is the world renowned master guitarist from Mali. His self-taught style came from watching his parents play, “it washed off on me.” His ... Continue Reading →