L.A. Jewish Film Festival – Brit Week at the Wallace

The L.A. Jewish Film Festival celebrated their 13th year with a Gala Opening Night celebration at the Ahrya Fine Arts theatre with the documentary “Sammy Davis Jr. I’ve Gotta Be ... Continue Reading →

Gypsy Awards & Upcoming SHARE Boomtown Gala

The best afternoon you can spend in Tinsletown is the Annual Professional Dancers Society where the glorious Gypsy Awards are presented. Among the prior winners are Carol Burnett, Rita ... Continue Reading →

Sunday in the Park – Mabel Tiger Trainer – Brit Week at the Wallis

The Beverly Hills Theatre Guild celebrated their 40th Anniversary at the Four Seasons Hotel. Honoree was actress/singer Constance Towers, star of Broadway, film and Television. Who ... Continue Reading →

John Storyk Describes How Designing Electric Lady Studios For Jimi Hendrix Led To 3500 More Studios

There are not many folks who have built over 3500 recording studios around the globe. This is the story of John Storyk, the guy who did so after a fortuitous encounter with Jimi Hendrix. I ... Continue Reading →

Fanstereo Reveals How To Combine High Fidelity, Stylish Design and Musician’s Input For Great Headphones

Various headphone companies have explored relationships with musicians, bringing varying degrees of credibility to the project. The folks behind Beats headphones leveraged musician ... Continue Reading →

RNSH Oscar Viewing Party & Gypsy Awards

We have never had so much fun at an Oscar Party than when we were privileged to attend Roger Neal’s Oscar Viewing Party & Black Tie Gala at the Hollywood Museum. At our well-situated ... Continue Reading →

Adrienne Barbeau on stage at NoHo’s El Portal Theatre, April 6 and 7

“THERE ARE WORSE THINGS I COULD DO: An Evening with Adrienne Barbeau” is the best personally told story-telling show you can see. Adrienne Barbeau has created a show that presents ... Continue Reading →

Empowered women, guns & other social issues on TV dramas foster intelligent debate

Social issues providing storylines for TV dramas are nothing new. More than 50 years ago, Star Trek tackled society’s problems by addressing them through its futuristic lens–and ... Continue Reading →