Orange County is home to beaches, luxury living and a lavicous lifestyle to say the least. Nightlife, parties and turntables have not been part of the OC and if that was what you were looking for you were likely to head up the coast to Los Angeles or take a road trip to Las Vegas. Dean Mason has not so quietly been changing that image recently as he has brought his east coast DJ style to liven things up
Revolucion Rokkera fue creada para ser disfrutada pos las masas. Este evento estará al alcance de todos. La visión para este festival es la de llevar la Revolucion Rokkera a las mejores arenas del Mundo y crear un cambio social positivo
Six one act Williams plays — some familiar and some rarely performed — knitted together in an evening’s theme with new material in the form of Tennessee Williams himself waxing poetic on his own creations and mysterious death)
A married mom of two drops a bombshell by discovering she's gay in playwright Marja-Lewis Ryan's new domestic comedy, which follows the resulting shock and awe felt by her buttoned-down husband, delinquent teenage son, and seemingly-perfect daughter
Luckily for me I was able to enjoy the entire concert in the Nivea Suite inside the Staples Center. Nivea providing an open bar and delicious catered sandwiches and snacks made the concert extremely enjoyable
CARS 2 recently hosted its World Premiere turning Hollywood Blvd into an international speedway with special appearances by racing legend Lightning McQueen, his best buddy Mater and International Super Spy, Finn McMissile.
“Superior Donuts,” a superb script written by Tracy Letts, takes place in a family donut shop located in a run-down part of Chicago. The owner is the equally run-down Arthur Przybyszewski, brilliantly portrayed by Gary Cole
The world premiere of David Wiener’s “Extraordinary Chambers,” on stage at the Audrey Skirball Kenis Theater at the Geffen Playhouse, is a stunning fictional drama, directed with great skill by Pam MacKinnon, about a couple who visit Cambodia
Punch in. Punch out. Do the work, do your time, wait for the weekend. Sound familiar? In a time long before Dilbert, cubicle monkeys, and a life-sucking recession, Arthur Miller was musing on all these things and more. Oh, so much more.