The Wanderers – World Premiere at The Old Globe

One of the best written, most clever and tightly constructed plays I have seen this year premiered at The Old Globe Theatre. Written by Anna Ziegler and ably directed by Barry Edelstein, ... Continue Reading →

Can Mammoth Mountain Get Bigger And Better? It Seems The Answer Is Yes

For years, Mammoth Mountain has been the premier California destination for skiers. I had heard about it attending college on the East Coast; my California roommate would scoff at the ... Continue Reading →

John Storyk Describes How Designing Electric Lady Studios For Jimi Hendrix Led To 3500 More Studios

There are not many folks who have built over 3500 recording studios around the globe. This is the story of John Storyk, the guy who did so after a fortuitous encounter with Jimi Hendrix. I ... Continue Reading →

KAABOO Expands From Del Mar And Cayman Islands To Texas In Unprecedented Partnership

The folks behind the successful KAABOO festival announced today a groundbreaking deal with the owners of the Dallas Cowboys. The collaboration with the Jerry Jones Family will bring ... Continue Reading →

Fanstereo Reveals How To Combine High Fidelity, Stylish Design and Musician’s Input For Great Headphones

Various headphone companies have explored relationships with musicians, bringing varying degrees of credibility to the project. The folks behind Beats headphones leveraged musician ... Continue Reading →

Archibald London Expands Beyond High End Eyeglasses

I have been watching with interest the evolution of Archibald London. Launched as a better quality version of Warby Parker, Archibald took note of its success in cutting the fat middle ... Continue Reading →

Valentine’s Day Dance Dress Donations at the Boys & Girls Clubs of San Diego 

One of the best ways to celebrate Valentine’s Day is donating dresses for girls via the Boys & Girls Clubs of San Diego. Underprivileged girls from the San Diego area ... Continue Reading →

Oscar Wilde’s “The Importance of Being Earnest” Delights at The Old Globe

Touted accurately as “the most perfect comedy in the English language” by the Daily Telegraph, the production at San Diego’s Old Globe goes from good to great over the course ... Continue Reading →