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 →

“The Gardens of Anuncia” at The Old Globe Theatre

  The premise is appealing: an older women finds that her garden is a catalyst for exploring her memories. Through her chronological succession of vignettes, she looks back on ... Continue Reading →

Dear Evan Hansen – From Small Stage to Big Screen

If you have followed the long, sometimes strange trip of this musical from Off-Broadway to Broadway to film, you know by now that the lead actor is a 28 year old playing a high schooler. ... Continue Reading →

Classic Wood Fired Pizza in Your Backyard – Bertello Pizza Oven

Even before Covid had us thinking about honing our culinary skills, we knew there was a general trend toward more hands-on approach to dining. Instant coffee from powder, for instance, ... Continue Reading →

ALMOST FAMOUS: EXPANDED LIMITED-EDITION UBER BOX SET

  Fictional rock ‘n’ roll does not have a very successful history. Whether in books or on screen, the few gems that exist are noteworthy. Two decades on, it is evident that ... Continue Reading →

Count Me In

We continue to live in the golden age and perhaps platinum age of music documentaries. If you are a music nut, you can swim endlessly in the documentaries on offer. If you are only ... Continue Reading →

Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real – Sold Out at The Belly Up

The Belly Up scored a coup, booking Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real for two sold out shows. The band’s latest album A Few Stars Apart spent six non-consecutive weeks at #1 on ... Continue Reading →

Vehicle Review: 2021 Chevrolet Silverado RST

It was time for a visit back to my hometown, to show my wife parts of the city that she hasn’t seen, and which I haven’t seen in a long time. Chevrolet set us up with a shiny new ... Continue Reading →