Holiday Gift Guide 2021

Every year about this time Santa starts making his list, and supply chain issues notwithstanding 2021 will be no different. Here, Santa compiles as always the things he has thought ... Continue Reading →

MEET THE PRESS FILM FESTIVAL AT AFI FEST RETURNS FOR ITS FIFTH YEAR ON NOV. 11

The power of the short form documentary has become more evident in recent years. The ability to digest more than a quick bite, but without the risk losing 90 minute with a feature ... Continue Reading →

SoPo Seafood Delivers Fresh Maine Seafood to Your Door – Delicious!

With a newfound love of oysters, we were delighted to shift our usual gaze from Seattle to the far corner of the country. SoPo Seafood is a seafood market, raw bar and wholesaler ... Continue Reading →

Later Days – San Diego Film Festival

A clever premise and several very good vignettes are the strongest elements of this film. There are some very good characters, inhabited by talented actors. Nonetheless, the sum of ... Continue Reading →

Chris Isaak – A Sure Thing at Humphrey’s

You know we are moving toward a more normal concert scenario when we are back at Humphrey’s and Chris Isaak is holding court. This time he only waited two songs instead of the usual ... Continue Reading →

Pat Metheny Live at Rady Shell

A particularly eclectic booking in the inaugural season of the Rady Shell was Pat Metheny, the immensely talented guitarist. The setting of the venue on the San Diego Bay is suitably ... Continue Reading →

Behind the Scenes on The Rolling Stones Tour and Sponsorship with the Alliance for Lifetime Income

The Rolling Stones have embarked on another tour. Along with a dwindling number of artists from the original era of rock and roll, the Stones are still touring and selling out ... Continue Reading →

Caamp Shines at the Wiltern

The band has come a long way from their early years developing their guitar and banjo sound after college in Ohio. A long way, but not in years. Their recent performance at The Wiltern ... Continue Reading →