The new documentary gem, “20 Feet From Stardom,” directed by Morgan Neville, dazzled audiences at this year’s Sundance Film Festival. It just hit theaters this week, in very limited release. However its appeal is universal [...]
Hard to believe it’s been almost 50 years since The Beatles first hit America on ‘The Ed Sullivan Show’ in February of 1964. On Tuesday, the ageless Ringo Starr appeared in person to kick off [...]
Things can’t get better for Mel Brooks. Mel has been awarded four Emmys, three Tony’s, an Oscar, a Grammy, and a star on The Hollywood Walk Of Fame in front of the Egyptian Theater. Now [...]
Next time you are anywhere near Redondo Beach Pier, head toward the Portofino Hotel. Once you arrive, look east, and there is Baleen Kitchen. L.A. Zagat has named Baleen one of the Top Ten Restaurants [...]
If you want to see the giant Marilyn, better hurry out to Palm Springs now, as sadly she is soon leaving for another destination.
It was March 30th 1963, that 16 year-old Lesley Gore recorded one of the year’s biggest hit songs, “It’s My Party (And I’ll Cry If I Want To).” Lesley isn’t crying anymore, and still happily [...]
Adding to his many awards, as producer, arranger and giant of the music industry, Quincy Jones was just inducted into The Rock N’ Roll Hall Of Fame. We all know the many great accomplishments of [...]
A sold out Staples Center on Monday night proved The Rolling Stones still pack a punch, albeit an expensive one. It was the final of four Southern California ’50 And Counting’ shows at major venues. [...]
The recently opened Mob Museum in Las Vegas is one of the most thorough and interesting exhibits I have ever seen.
“Star Trek Into Darkness” is one of the best ever.