The enormous hats, dainty sun dresses, and chic linen suits packing the vibrant atmosphere almost made me forget that Del Mar's 68th Annual Opening Day included some horse races
A reporter from the Los Angeles Times wants to interview him [Lester] on how Los Angeles has changed in the last 30 years
Jonesy, as she is affectionately called, is the morning stalk show host at Hot 97-FM Miss Jones in the Morning
The New York native playwright thought about this and came up with a montage of his greatest works in 1992
At long last, the truth about weddings and marriage is told from the perspective of a participant who’s been there, done that and it isn’t afraid to shame the devil with the truth
Beautiful Souls makes a limited engagement at the Hudson Mainstage
Bravo to San Francisco Magazine which united 50 restaurants, 12 bars, 6 lounges, and 2,000 revelers for one outstanding cause!
Out Late, the latest play by Tim Turner, contains all the best elements found in a dramatic May-December romance, but with a queer twist
The kick-off cocktail reception for a ten day celebrity auction benefitting Juvenile Diabetes was held recently at The Grant Gallery in Soho
Twelve year old Shaun is a lonely boy growing up in a grim coastal town in northern England, whose father died fighting in the Falklands war
Bye Bye Birdie - A classic musical filled wall to wall with singing and dancing that celebrates family, loyalty, and the timeless enigma of intergenerational communication
Knock Knock - Who's there?......Boring, that's who. Not even the brilliant John Cusack can make 1408 a room worth watching
Over 700 music and entertainment luminaries gathered in Los Angeles, CA to celebrate some of today's most popular music as awards were presented to the songwriters and publishers of the most performed ASCAP songs
BioPic "Talk to Me" features Don Cheadle as the Washington DC radio icon Petey Greene, an ex-convict who made a career of "telling it like it is"
The Los Angeles Theater Center continues its Cultural Reconstruction Series with the insightful one woman show What's an Indian Woman to Do?, starring Cherokee Indian actress, DeLanna Studi
From June 29 to July 2, Anime Expo made its presence known in Long Beach
Radio productions of famous plays at Los Angeles Theater Works
But is it Art?
If anything is learned from this wonderful farce is that whether you are a man or woman on a mission, who will stop at nothing until the prey is captured, the capture will never be as appealing as the hunt
Broadway's best came out for two nights only to celebrate the incomparable talent of musical genius Ron Abel