Jude Law in ‘Obsession’ at the Barbican, London

The novella whence comes this production has been visited several times before. It started as James M. Cain’s crime novel The Postman Always Rings Twice, published in 1934. Banned ... Continue Reading →

California’s Drought Emergency is Over and Mammoth Mountain is Still Serving Skiers and Riders

Governor Brown recently declared the California drought emergency is over. At least one ski resort in California has hinted they may stay open through the next ski season. The incredible ... Continue Reading →

AKA Rittenhouse – Luxury Accommodations in Arts-Rich Philadelphia

Philadelphia has its share of excellent hotels. On a recent visit we experienced one of the best of the bunch. AKA Rittenhouse is located on the upscale square of the same name. William ... Continue Reading →

Coachella 2017 – Complete Coverage

First off, the Coachella vibe was great, as always. That is undoubtedly concern #1 for the producers of the festival. For those interested in a perspective about the infrastructure ... Continue Reading →

Deer Valley Continues to Impress World Class Competitors and Mere Mortals

The amount of snow generated this winter at most ski resorts has been prodigious. Deer Valley was no exception. We found ourselves at the resort on the weekend of the FIS Freestyle ... Continue Reading →

Humphrey’s by the Bay Announces Summer Lineup

The great San Diego outdoor venue has announced its full summer 2017 lineup, with some returning favorites and a couple vintage surprises. The highlights include the following shows. Sunday, ... Continue Reading →

Kaaboo Lineup Announced and Festivals Continue to Flourish

The plethora of festivals is evidence that folks are moving more toward collecting experiences rather than collecting things. A festival that has been growing nicely into its third ... Continue Reading →

World Backup Day is Upon Us…Are You Ready?

Most of us know by now that every day on the calendar is some sort of a holiday. And we also know that most holidays have a commerce-generating component; think about how many Moms ... Continue Reading →