“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 fans can enjoy premiering ... 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 prestigious guest ... Continue Reading →

Big Brothers Big Sisters Big Bash 2019 as inspiring as The Hunger Games

There were big heroes from all walks of life at the Big Brothers Big Sisters Big Bash for 2019, along with an inspiring message from the producer of The Hunger Games. The legacy of ... Continue Reading →

Santa’s Christmas Gift Guide 2019

Every year Santa gets inundated with letters and wish lists. One year, Santa received a list on Christmas Eve and he had to tell his little daughter that the real Santa could not work ... Continue Reading →

‘Love Actually Live’ merry blend of stage & cinema, The Wallis Nov. 27-Dec. 29

“Love Actually Live is a wonderful Christmas show. It was catching lightning in a bottle when we did it last year. Now we’re back to capture that magic again,” says Broadway ... Continue Reading →

Les Girls 19

Lots of prestigious ladies were on hand at the recent Les Girls 19, but none more worthy than ‘Cindy Harrell-Horn, who serves on the Board of the Sundance Institute & is Founding ... Continue Reading →

Interview with Tonya Mosley – New Co-Host of “Here & Now”

The news gathering and news consumption model has gone through wrenching changes in the last decade. I had a chance to speak with the eloquent Tonya Mosley about these changes. Mosley ... Continue Reading →

Wonderful World of Disney brings The Little Mermaid Live on ABC

 A unique tribute to the animated classic The Little Mermaid will be presented by “The Wonderful World of Disney” on ABC, Tuesday, November 5.  The Little Mermaid Live ... Continue Reading →