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#THEWALL is a powerful play about saving lives

Reports suggest that more than half of America’s young people have been cyber bullied. Sometimes it can be so severe that it can lead to teen suicide. Yet so little is being done about it and to a very large […]

#THEWALL is a powerful play about saving lives

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Reports suggest that more than half of America’s young people have been cyber bullied. Sometimes it can be so severe that it can lead to teen suicide. Yet so little is being done about it and to a very large […]

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Future is so bright we gotta wear shades

First a correction: in my recent review of the smash hit musical The Bodyguard currently playing at the Pantages Theatre in Hollywood I made a wee error and here

Robot inspires with her camera

This is an amazing tale of true passion, deep love and a rare ability to overcome some typically devastating adversity and emerge a real winner. This my friends is

Hollywood Pantages Theatre presents “The Bodyguard”

Experience love, magic, beauty, fear, humor, jealousy, triumph, mystery and nearly every imaginable human emotion along with one of the best vocal performances on earth in the explosive masterpiece

Making it in Hollywood

I have spent my entire life to some extent in and around the entertainment industry. My dad was a bandleader and drummer. When I was only 5 years old

Group Rep’s “A Dull Pain Turned Sharp” is all about family

A Dull Pain Turned Sharp is a family show written by Brent Beerman and directed by Kay Cole, and is currently premiering at the Lonny Chapman Theatre in North Hollywood, California.

Hollywood Health Hike set

Just made the reservation at the fantastic Delphine Restaurant in the W Hotel and even though I love you oh so much you need to payyou’re your own food

‘Rabbit Hole’ or Aleppo USA

This tightly written tragic/comedy/drama earned a coveted Pulitzer Prize for Best Drama for its creator David Lindsay-Abaire in 2007. Ten years later it has arrived on a Los Angeles

Kimchi: Great taste and fantastic health benefits

It is proven. Good food = long life. Or why I love cabbage. A while ago I reported on the glorious fact that the good people of Okinawa on

Supper is one meal you will never forget

Four brothers of an extremely wealthy and privileged family gather in Japan for the marriage of the one brother least likely to marry, that is the one clearly least

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