Archive for September, 2012

Wow, the Emmy Lounge Was More Entertaining Than the Show

Wow, the Emmy Lounge Was More Entertaining Than the Show

What were they thinking? From the offensive opening, to the dreadful introductions, this year’s Emmys was an undeniable disaster. Usually I can find the bright side to almost anything, and I really expected host Jimmy Kimmel to show off his sharp, albeit irreverent, comedy skills that make his late night show a success. But Kimmel […]

New Subaru Crosstrek Covers Several Bases

New Subaru Crosstrek Covers Several Bases

When it comes right down to it, there’s really nothing more practical than a station wagon for hauling people and things. The ride, handling, and efficiency of a sedan, but with extra cargo space in the back. The problem can be that many people don’t think of wagons as cool, and coolness sometimes rules when […]

Emmys and Ali

Emmys and Ali

I want to Talk about the Emmys, which were gala. And I must talk about my friend Ali, who is gallant … and with whom I am walking to help stop ALS on Sunday, Oct. 21st. ALI’S QUEST: Ali Olmo and Kathryn Skatula were the most heartening partners, loving, laughing, singing. Beautiful, bountiful, and blessed. […]

The Cuisine Scene

Name jazz music fills the cover charged air at Catalina’s Bar and Grill inHollywood where delicious American cuisine fulfills gourmet appetites at a premium price…. If one of your recording favorites is appearing it’s well worth the investment in time and dining dollars as the spacious and smartly designed club presents artists at their performing […]

Apaches Get Past Indians

Since 2006 when Burroughs High joined the Pacific League,Arcadia’s football team hasn’t beaten the Indians. That is until last Friday night at Memorial Field when the Apaches scored all their points in the second quarter, and held on for an 18-8 win. Arcadia’s first touchdown was tallied by Nick Rohr, who pounced on a loose […]

Poise

When Oakland Raiders’ owner Al Davis was alive, he was fond of saying “just win, baby,” “commitment to excellence,” and “pride and poise.” Some looked upon these as old fashioned, but they were on display last Sunday as the silver and black lived up to them, which would have made Davis, who passed away last […]

The Second Annual Renee Taylor & Joe Bologna Celebrity Garden Party Luncheon Auction & Memorabilia Sale

BEVERLY HILLS– Oscar nominated and Emmy winning actors and writers Renee Taylor (Happily Divorced, The Nanny) and Joe Bologna (NCIS) will host the Second Annual We Care For Our Own® Garden Party Luncheon, Live and Silent Auction, and Memorabilia Sale for the benefit of the residents of the MPTF’s Country House Fund on Saturday, Sept. […]

Now that Stephen Strasburg has been shut down for the season byWashington, the Nationals are pretty much toast when it comes to winning in the playoffs, right?

Not necessarily. Strasburg, who went 15-6 with a 3.16 ERA in his first full season since Tommy John elbow surgery in 2010, was shut down after throwing 159.1 innings to avoid straining his pitching arm and suffering another injury. Although Strasburg would play a key role inWashington’s postseason rotation, the Nationals appear to be set […]

09-26-12

09-26-12

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09-26-12

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