Suzanne Somers Sizzles at the Westgate Hotel in Las Vegas, where she last appeared more than 30 years ago in the Bal Du Moulin Rouge at the Iconic Hilton International
"The Mark on Eve" by Joel Fox
Wacky Romantic Comedy: Saving Grapes, by J.T. Lundy
Tomorrowland a fun Disney adventure for the whole family. See it at the El Capitan Theatre now through June 17, for a fun filled time with a special magic show to start the event off
Mattel Children’s Hospital UCLA celebrated its Third Annual Kaleidoscope Ball on Saturday, May 2, 2015, presented by Harry Winston, Inc., at 3LABS in Culver City. With Halle Berry, Goldie Hawn and other stars in attendance
ACTIVATE is an “interactive exhibit of art and culture,” which re-imagines an ordinary alley in the Chicago Loop, transforming neglected spaces into destinations for unique cultural experiences.
Asghar Farhadi is a very accomplished Iranian director and screenwriter whose last three films have been highly praised, with many awards. His newest release is "About Elly"
Will Geer’s Theatricum Botanicum kicks off its 2015 “Americana” season with an all-American staging of William Shakespeare’s As You Like It, set in the post-Civil War era. It features traditional period American folk music and dance
"Wild Sound" was performed by Third Coast Percussion at the Museum of Contemporary Art
Crossing over from the Atlantic to the Pacific, Mary Cruz is an upcoming actress from the UK. She is breaking barriers in Los Angeles with her unique presence.
Supposed to be funny, but most of the enjoyment comes from the performances and not the plot
Here’s my book review of The Classic BMW 5-Series M Car by Robert P. Hall
InFusion Theatre Co.'s "Another Kind of Love", is a punk rock play now at the Chopin Theatre
Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino has changed the Las Vegas summer scene with the addition of the Strip’s first-ever FlowRider Wave-in-a-Box Double by FlowRider, Inc along with a bar, cabanas, day beds, and snacks available
Pianist Weiyin Chen performs short Brahms selection followed by Schubert's "Piano Sonata No. 18 in G Major, D.894" to enthusiastic reception at Dame Myra Hess concert
After a long and dreary winter, Chicagoans showed up for the first ACTIVATE event of the season at the Sullivan Center alleyway on May 15.
Stella Artois, a brand that needs no introduction, has been creating craft brews since 1366
Annually Dwell on Design is billed as the largest design show in America. A mix of large & small brands from appliances, landscaping, prefab & furniture to flooring; it presents everything you would need for a house from the walls down to the decor
Shira Piven’s film “Welcome to me”, now playing at the Music Box, is a disturbing and valid commentary…perhaps it even offers us a glimpse of the causes of borderline personality disorder
Taking some time to interview with Splash, Jack Black & James Marsden are up close & personal. Black & Marsden co-star in their latest film, The D Train. Lest you think it’s a story about the New York City subway system, let me assure you, that it is not