TCA Awards 2018 celebrate Rita Moreno, Norman Lear, Friends, & TV’s best

 Two undeniable legends, Rita Moreno and Norman Lear, were in the spotlight at the Television Critics Association’s 34th annual TCA Awards when they honored TV’s best.  Wearing ... Continue Reading →

Broadway legend BEN VEREEN at Hollywood’s Catalina Jazz Club Aug. 10 & 11

 Ben Vereen is a song and dance man who makes you feel good as you enjoy his musical talents whether on stage, screen or TV. And folks in Hollywood can enjoy him live when Vereen ... Continue Reading →

Concern Foundation’s 44th Annual Block Party and Boys & Girls Club Select Youth of the Year

The enormous backlot of Paramount Studios was the perfect venue to accommodate 4,000 attendees at Concerns’ annual Block Party. They were celebrating their 50th Year, & announced ... Continue Reading →

The Equalizer star Denzel Washington has first hit sequel, & Equalizer creator Michael Sloan has follow-up Equalizer novels

The Equalizer 2 topped the box-office for its opening weekend when Denzel Washington’s first sequel was an action-packed hit battling the jukebox musical sequel Mamma Mia 2. It ... Continue Reading →

Gotham star David Mazouz on fastrack with Season 5 Villains, but goes slow with “Brake It Down” PSA

It doesn’t matter if you’re destine to drive the Batmobile, Gotham star David Mazouz (aka the young Dark Knight Bruce Wayne) has done a PSA that he says should ... Continue Reading →

The Man Who Unlocked the Universe & American Spirit Awards

We were invited to attend the premiere of the documentary — “The Man Who Unlocked the Universe” at the luxurious London Hotel. This grade-A film tells the tale of Astronomer, ... Continue Reading →

Comedy Hypnosis Catherine Hickland’s mind-bending amazements on Debbie Reynolds MainStage, El Portal Theatre, July 28

The entertaining mind-bending show, Catherine Hickland’s Comedy Hypnosis and Other Mind Amazements is at the historic El Portal Theatre in North Hollywood, California, on Saturday, ... Continue Reading →

Sweet Charity launches Reprise 2.0 Productions at UCLA’s Freud Playhouse June 1 to July 1

  The title character in the 1966 musical SWEET CHARITY is a blissfully naive girl in search of love. Well, the incurable romantic Charity Hope Valentine has finally found the ... Continue Reading →