Archive for July, 2012

Vintage Burbank Fosters Peace of Mind and Inspires Vibrant Living

Vintage Burbank Fosters Peace of Mind and Inspires Vibrant Living

For Assisted Living, Independent Living, Memory Care, and Short Term Care, Vintage Burbank, a Vintage Senior Living community, nurtures a lifestyle of friendships, family, and overall vibrant living. Located at2721 Willow St.inBurbank, Vintage’s staff provides individualized attention to each resident in order to ensure complete health, comfort, and dignity. The day’s schedule is also planned […]

Hand-Crafted SAS Comfort Shoes

In an average lifetime, a person’s feet will carry them between 150,000 and 200,000 miles. That’s six to eight times around the earth. During that distance, our feet will be our levers, balancers, and shock absorbers. It makes good sense to keep them comfortable and healthy. SAS Shoes stands for “San Antonio Shoemakers.” SAS Shoes […]

World-Famous Michael Jackson Experience Moonwalker Show Returns to Thousand Oaks

World-Famous Michael Jackson Experience Moonwalker Show Returns to Thousand Oaks

West Coast Performing Arts Presenters & Rock N Roll Inc. proudly present Moonwalker: The Michael Jackson Concert Experience starring Michael Firestone, a musical production celebrating the music, life, and legacy of Michael Jackson. These special WEEKEND performances will be held Friday, Aug. 10, 7:30 p.m., at theThousand OaksCivicArtsPlaza– Fred Kavli Theater; and on Sunday, Aug. […]

I caught two very good dramas on the weekend!

I caught two very good dramas on the weekend!

Both beautifully acted and directed, and each emotionally in depth looks at human frailties…. The Paris Letter A powerfully controversial “adult” play, written with soulful truth and painful realism, by Jon Robin Baitz (who created TV’s Brothers & Sisters), this is a grippingly emotion packed production, in all aspects of theatrical magic. Every single performance […]

Chadwick Johnson Gets Your Soul Rising

Chadwick Johnson Gets Your Soul Rising

Sunday night I had the pleasure of attending Chadwick Johnson’s singing performance at Upstairs at Vitello’s inStudioCity. A packed house filled the room as I enjoyed pasta and the attention of the serving staff including the delightful Millicent. The clear singing David Park was the opening act as he engaged the audience. A highlight was […]

“Miss Country Western USA” Pageant Has Been Brought back to Southern California

“Miss Country Western USA” Pageant Has Been Brought back to Southern California

Due to unforeseen scheduling circumstances, the “Miss Country Western USA” Pageant is now being held inSouthern California. The pageant, which will assist un-married girls ages 16-29 with a show business connection, in their reach for the crown, and awards ranging up to $3,000 in cash, prizes, and bonds, has been slated for the show business […]

Lessons from a Four-Year-Old

By J. P. Reynolds Clare came to me last month for coaching. In her late twenties, she owns a sportswear design firm. She’s accomplished much, yet doubts herself. That’s why she hired Madge as her assistant. Madge has been in the biz thirty years and knows all the players. Madge told Clare to her face […]

Penn State Investigation Implicates Icon and Motivates Removal of Monument

By Mark Felicetti There is no “aftermath” to thePennStatechild abuse and sexual molestation incidents … people’s lives were forever changed. The pain continues. One pathetic parasite, Jerry Sandusky, a single mind teeming with perversion, was responsible for the crimes. But, according to the Freeh investigation, a handful of people in power were complicit in a […]

Wreck-It Ralph

Wreck-It Ralph

Walt Disney Animation Studios and Emmy®-winning director Rich Moore (TV’s The Simpsons, Futurama) take moviegoers on a hilarious, arcade-game-hopping journey in Wreck-It Ralph. Ralph (voice of John C. Reilly, Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby, Step Brothers) is tired of being overshadowed by Fix-It Felix (voice of Jack McBrayer, 30 Rock), the “good guy” […]

Martha Stewart’s Cooking School Where Anyone Can Learn

Martha Stewart’s Cooking School Where Anyone Can Learn

On the schedule for the PBS portion of the current Television Critics Association’s press tour was a session with Martha Stewart giving a cooking demonstration. She showed how to make a simple omelet. Because she did it with such ease, style, and humor, I see now why she is so revered as a lifestyle expert. […]