Arts & Entertainment

Terry Miller January 10, 2020

By Terry Miller “I’ve suffered for my music, now it’s your turn”– Neil Innes Thanks to internet connections, there is always a Rutles’ song lurking on YouTube and elsewhere I can now share with some of my millennial friends and colleagues — what the late- great musician and humorist Neil Innes was all about. Brilliant […]

October 12, 2018

Broadway, TV and Film star Adam Wylie electrifies as Frederick Frankenstein, in San Gabriel Valley Music Theatre’s production of the Mel Brooks musical Young Frankenstein coming to the San Gabriel Mission Playhouse on October 20 and October 21. Broadway National and International touring stars Joe Abraham, Katie Perry, and Christine Negherbon round out an all-star cast, as […]

April 10, 2018

Five Funny Local Area Females Featured in Musical Comedy about food, friendship and fun after forty Five local area actors have been cast to star in Alan Jacobson’s WaistWatchers The Musical! at The Grove Theatre in Upland, now  through April 22, 2018. Sheri Shepard, Jamie Pezold, Mary Zastrow all from Upland, Stephanie Hill (Riverside) and […]

January 18, 2018

Catfood Records artists James Armstrong has an ambitious schedule of tour dates beginning in early 2018 in support of his critically-acclaimed latest CD, Blues Been Good to Me, which he produced with Blues Music Award-winner Johnny Rawls. This is his third album for Catfood, following Blues at the Border (2011) and Guitar Angels (2014). Recorded […]

Greg Aragon December 20, 2017

By Greg Aragon I’ve never been a big “light show” guy. But this changed last week when I experienced the all-new “Christmas in The Wizarding World of Harry Potter” at Universal Studios Hollywood. This is the most amazing and realistic, virtual reality-type light display I’ve ever seen. To celebrate the holiday season, the theme park […]

Ventura News Press November 22, 2013

The Colorado Street Bridge – iconic landmark, connecting thoroughfare, engineering marvel, artistic inspiration, preservation model, and film star – is the focus of a new exhibition at Pasadena Museum of History in commemoration of the grand structure’s 100th anniversary. The Colorado Street Bridge Centennial Exhibition is on view in the Ralph M. Parsons Foundation Gallery […]

Ventura News Press November 20, 2013

The Chinese American Film Festival Film Series: Falling Flowers held its press conference at Chinese American Film Festival Committee Headquarter on November 3. American Film Festival chairman , The president of G&E studio Mr. James Su attended and addressed the meeting. In the main role, Song Jia depicts Hong as a tough, modern woman capable […]

Ventura News Press October 14, 2013

[wowslider id=”11″] On Saturday October 12 Santa Anita’s infield hosted the Dog Haus inaugural Oktoberfest to the delight of German beer lovers everywhere. 28 German and craft beer breweries including Golden Road, New Belgium, Stone, Epic, Bootleggers, Speakeasy and Angel City were some of the featured beers. Dog Haus, served up Beer Brat Dogs, Sausages […]