Summer in SoCal – Hot Tips For the Concertgoer

Those who live here and those who visit know we have some of the finest outdoor venues in the country. We also have some cool indoor spots as well, and here are gigs to which many ... Continue Reading →

Father’s Day Hot Tips

In late November I am always asked by Santa for some gift giving suggestions. Similarly, folks usually ask me just after figuring out gift giving for Mother’s Day what they can ... Continue Reading →

Stagecoach 2023 – Complete Coverage Y’all

Stagecoach 2023 – Full Coverage Each year Goldenvoice fine tunes things to make Stagecoach even smoother. With this their 15th year, it was certainly not their first rodeo. A ... Continue Reading →

Helen Edgington’s History with The Spencer, The Country’s Oldest Literary Themed Hotel

The Spencer Hotel & Spa Helen Edgington bought The Spencer Hotel & Spa in February 1997, as a labor of love. She considers it “an after retirement project.” The ... Continue Reading →

A Chat with Ronnie Marmo, Author and Performer of the Upcoming I’M NOT A COMEDIAN… I’M LENNY BRUCE

Next month for two likely sell out performances comes a one man show that has received consistent sell outs around the country. At the North Coast Repertory Theatre lucky attendees ... Continue Reading →

The Ferryman at New Village Arts – An Astounding Experience

They say that all politics is local, and this magnificent play drives home the point without ever mentioning the concept. Set in the early 1980s in a relatively unnamed town somewhere ... Continue Reading →

An Evening of Fine Dning and Magic in La Jolla at Mystique

Varioius definitons of magic have been proffered down the ages, and this one is just about as good as the next: the secret power of appearing to make impossible things happen by ... Continue Reading →

The Puccini Duo: Suor Angelica & Gianni Schicchi – San Diego Opera

Culture across the ages has had a mixed experience with trilogies. The challenge of connecting three stories is that the middle one is inevitably fraught with an incomplete ending. ... Continue Reading →