Trendy Sushi bar and popular hot spot Wokcano Cafe opens its doors in the heart of Santa Monica
I don’t think that Ringo Starr has not gotten the recognition he deserves.But his All Starr show truly presents him as a true muscian with a wonderful spirit.
Created to give at risk children the opportunity to make their own films
(Los Angeles, CA)August 10, 2008-Lifetime Movie Network presented the world premiere screening of "Little Girl Lost: The Delimar Vera Story, starring Judy Reyes, Marlene Forte, and Hector Bustamante at the Directors Guild Theater
KIIS-FM's Celebrity Thursdays, JJ Entertainment, ADMP, Inc, Usual Suspects LA & AMERICAN CHRISTMAS present to you "IDOLS Christmas in August"
Scribble Press taps into fun for kids (and grown-ups, too!)
Held from July 3 – 6 and hosted by the Society for the Promotion of Japanese Animation (SPJA), the biggest anime convention in North America proved that it was still going strong, with a final tally of 43,000 unique attendees.
Johnny Symons examines the imaginary compromise and true repercussions of the military DADT policy on gay and lesbian Americans and their right to serve
James Vasquez's Ready? OK! sets the gold standard for parents of 'artistic' kids everywhere
Director Yen Tan explores love and loss in his latest film Ciao
A modern day version of the Merry Wives of Windsor with a superb cast
Tennis champions Lindsay Davenport and Tracy Austin have recently teamed-up on a national skin-health awareness initiative, sponsored by Allergan, Inc., to educate both women and men about skincare choices at any age
Irreverance reachs an all new high - high school that is - in director Andrew Fleming's magnanomously incorrect Hamlet 2
The Golden Performing Arts Center presents Sweet Charity, another musical classic alive and Kicking at the Madrid Theater
OUTFEST 2008 presents a story of a teenager faced with the difficult and extraordinary task of choosing which gender to live as
The 26th Los Angeles Gay & Lesbian Film Festival serves up sizzling, sexy and surreal shorts. First up: Shorts Program Rough and Ready
GENLUX magazine kicked off it's Summer Issue
Director Barry Jenkins sends forth his love letter to the great city of San Francisco in the delicate and charming film Medicine for Melancholy
What's fact and what's fiction is up to you to decipher in Olaf de Fluer's The Amazing Truth About Queen Raquela
Filmmaker Lance Hammer brings a sad tale of the dead-end Mississippi Delta life in his feature Ballast