Echo In The Canyon – A Quietly Monumental Documentary About a Tectonic Shift in California’s Music History

The opening credits cleverly lay out what to expect: a column of legacy artists listed opposite several current acolytes opining on the former’s tectonic influence. Jakob ... Continue Reading →

Ken Ludwig’s The Gods of Comedy Opens at The Old Globe

The Old Globe production of Ken Ludwig’s The Gods of Comedy is a delightful romp, melding academic pursuits of lost Greek literature and amorous misadventures. With ... Continue Reading →

George Clooney talks about the dark comedy “Catch-22” on Hulu

 The logline for the first episode of Catch-22, the Hulu Original mini-series,  reads—“Young American flyers arrive in war and discover that the bureaucracy is more ... Continue Reading →

Production Update: “Make It So!” Captain Picard returns in new Star Trek series

Sir Patrick Stewart is returning to his Captain Jean-Luc Picard role in the new “Star Trek” series focusing on the stoic man at the Starship helm who put the ... Continue Reading →

4U: The Music of Prince with Symphony

Biology affects all art. In the case of music, of course no rock star lives forever. It will be increasingly rare to see a legacy artist in concert. Many bands that rose ... Continue Reading →

The Church – Recreating Starfish, by the Pacific in Solana Beach

The Church have been road warriors, celebrating the 30th anniversary of their breakout album Starfish, with gigs across Europe, America and of course their home in Australia. The ... Continue Reading →

The Beatles Revisited in Beverly Hills & Royal Society of St. George

BritWeek is a long-established non-profit whose aim is to promote the innovation, cultural and business links between California & Great Britain in the unique setting ... Continue Reading →

LA Games Conference Provides a Crystal Ball

The 15th annual LA Games Conference assembled a sage group of speakers and a diverse audience eager to exchange viewpoints and get a glimpse of where the industry is headed. Here ... Continue Reading →