Farrah Fawcett Foundation & Fear in the Sky Art Show

Our wonderful Wallis Annenberg Center in BH was the perfect venue for a Tex-Mex Fiesta benefiting the Farrah Fawcett Foundation. The event celebrated the life & legacy of this “Special ... Continue Reading →

Fritz Coleman at Garry Marshall Theatre Sun Oct 13, comedy blessing break from soul-crushing news

 The timing is perfect for Fritz Coleman’s hilarious, non-divisive, clean comedy show. Aah, what a feel-good blessing from the relentless soul-crushing news cycle.  “People just ... Continue Reading →

WORLDZ 2019 – The Best Massage For The Brain?

As one of the ultimate massages for the brain, WORLDZ again exceeded expectations. With a meticulously curated mix of entrepreneurs, corporate executives and seekers of social justice, ... Continue Reading →

Awards for “Fosse/Verdon,” “Chernobyl,” comedy underdog “Fleabag,” & more from TCA

 The Television Critics Association heaped honors on an eclectic bunch of outstanding shows, albeit hidden gems, at the TCA Awards 2019. It is often a harbinger of what programs will ... Continue Reading →

Decade of Dudamel at Hollywood Bowl & Concern Foundation at Paramount

The Jose Iturbi Foundation sponsored “A Decade of Dudamel” in honor of his ten years in L.A. Gustavo conducted a special anniversary show, complete with fireworks & featured ... Continue Reading →

Jurassic World–The Ride a mega-thrill at Universal Studios Hollywood

The new “JURASSIC WORLD—THE RIDE” opened at Universal Studios Hollywood, adding to Universal’s world of fun, food and fantastic entertainment “Jurassic World” just got ... Continue Reading →

WORLDZ Announces Its Next Stellar Lineup

I have written often and fondly about the eclectic nature of WORLDZ. The array of speakers is remarkable, the inspirational results are noteworthy and the experience is memorable. In ... Continue Reading →

The Royal Ballet Takes on L.A. & La Traviata Takes on the Roaring 20’s

To add to the drama of opening night of The Mayerling at our Music Center, we were surprised to the effects of the 7.1 earthquake vigorously shaking our 3rd row center seats. But nothing ... Continue Reading →