The Last Leonardo, by Ben Lewis

The plural in the subtitle tells it all: “The Secret Lives of the World’s Most Expensive Painting.” Lewis has pulled off a relatively impossible feat, he has published ... Continue Reading →

Ford vs Ferrari

  What’s not to like? The story of an American in a cowboy hat tweaking the nose of the uppity Europeans. In this case, it is Texan Carroll Shelby aided by the ... 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,” ... 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 & ... 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 ... Continue Reading →

Once Upon a Time in Hollywood – Tarantino’s Opus Love Story to 1969 Hollywood – New Edit

Revisionist or parallel history productions are fascinating. Decades ago my kids were exposed to Lion King 1½ (Pumbaa and Timon’s story up front, with Simba’s story ... 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 ... Continue Reading →

Halloween fun with Paddling Witches in Morro Bay California

There was a fun coastal Halloween celebration created by a fearsome and formidable group of friendly “Witches” and “Warlocks” in Morro Bay, California. ... Continue Reading →