To say that Frank Sinatra is an American icon is true, but even that is an understatement.
Hard to believe she was only part of American musical culture for less than 4 years, but Janis Joplin pioneered the path for all the women who followed.
Hard to believe Tower Records has been gone almost a decade now, as a retail outlet.
“Breaking Bad” may have ended but Bryan Cranston’s career is hotter than ever.
A new production by Theatre 68 in North Hollywood.
A new biographical film about the life of singer Nina Simone has hit theaters.
On the fence about these movies? Below are my three mini movie reviews. GOOSEBUMPS: A perfect family film for the fall season. Lots of scary monsters, and Jack Black as R.L. Stine, author of “Goosebumps”. […]
A somewhat overlooked biographical film from early summer is getting a lot of new buzz lately, and not just because it is now available on home video. “Love And Mercy” is the tortured story of […]
Sir Ian McKellen has been part of the worldwide entertainment world since 1969. Last week he made a rare public appearance at a SAG screening of his latest film Mr Holmes here in Hollywood. Mr […]
Last night, a founding member of Motown’s greatest female group, the Supremes, the ageless Mary Wilson kicked off the first of many Motown exhibits, Legends Of Motown: Celebrating The Supremes. Mary is still very beautiful,charming, […]