CES Update: Panasonic Automotive Powers First UL-Certified eBike with Totem USA

Regular readers will know that I have been following the e-bike sector for many years. It’s been fascinating to see the equivalent of Moore’s Law benefiting the e-bike ... Continue Reading →

The Amazing Race had Pandemic pit-stop with silver-lining says wanderlust creators

The Amazing Race has been racing around the world for twenty truly amazing years. The 33rd installment of the record-breaking adventure competition is finally taking ... Continue Reading →

Covid protocols, private plane commutes, safety working 2 jobs, SNL’s Kenan Thompson

It’s not surprising that Kenan Thompson is pulling double duty traveling between New York for his longtime Saturday Night Live gig, then flying to Los Angeles ... Continue Reading →

Laughing with Teachers on the frontlines at ‘Abbott Elementary’ on ABC

Abbott Elementary on ABC  Teachers were cheering about the realistic classroom comedy Abbott Elementary when ABC viewers got a sneak peek before the New Year. ... Continue Reading →

GHOSTS alive with spirited characters, feel-good fun on CBS

GHOSTS is scaring up laughs as TV’s #1 new comedy on CBS Thursday nights. The bold and unique show returns on January 6th, 2022 with the spirited fun that has been ... Continue Reading →

The Electrical Life of Louis Wain

Benedict Cumberbatch will look back on 2021 as the year he stretched in both directions. He ventured way outside his comfort zone in “The Power of the Dog,” ... Continue Reading →

Being the Ricardos

By almost any measure, Aaron Sorkin and “I Love Lucy” would be at opposite ends of the spectrum. Nonetheless, it is exactly that seeming disparity that results ... Continue Reading →

We deserve this swinging celebration: Big Band Holiday at NoHo’s El Portal Dec. 18 & 19

A swinging Christmas celebration is coming! The Big Band Alumni are incredible musicians who played with the greatest Big Bands of all time, like Glenn Miller, Benny ... Continue Reading →