Emmy darling Netflix, shows making news GLOW, Ozark, Disenchantment, The Good Cop, etc.

 Netflix came to the recent Television Critics Association’s Summer press tour accentuating the fact that the game-changing streaming service offers an overwhelming ... Continue Reading →

 WORLDZ is a Definite Massage for the Brain – Here is What to Expect in 2018

If you have the time, the inclination and the funds, there are an endless number of conferences to be attended. Having attended more than my fair share of conferences across ... Continue Reading →

Simple Minds Return to These Shores With a Great Album and Big Tour – Jim Kerr Interview

In my view, it is superb when artists who have been around for years are still able to create new music and tour. Simple Minds is a band that evolved from the late ’70s ... Continue Reading →

Justin Hayward – Solo Sailing Through the Years With Moody Blues

I admit attending Justin Hayward’s solo show with a bit of trepidation, as I was unsure how his rather majestic compositions with Moody Blues would work in stripped down ... Continue Reading →

Vote for your favorite book on PBS The Great American Read Sept 11-Oct 23

 Readers rejoice! The PBS series The Great American Read is back airing September 11 through October 23, 2018, putting the spotlight on great books and the joy and importance ... Continue Reading →

Views on aging from John Cleese, 78, Nathan Fillion, 47, & Jane Fonda, 80-and-a-half

 Memorable moments from the Television Critics Association’s 2018 summer press tour came when several performers gave a glimpse of their comedic ease when questioned ... Continue Reading →

Jason Isbell – Picking Up the Baton From the Fallen Tom Petty?

Jason Isbell started his musical journey early. Surrounded by a musical family near the Tennessee – Alabama state line, Isbell played at the Grand Ole Opry when he was ... Continue Reading →

Oozora – Superb Japanese Dining in a Leafy Suburb of Athens

For our second visit to Greece, we decided to stay in the leafy suburb of Kifissia. Within easy reach of the hustle and history of Athens 30 minutes south, Kifissia offered ... Continue Reading →