Archive for 2014

One on One with Rock Star EDDIE MONEY for The Tolucan Times

One on One with Rock Star EDDIE MONEY for The Tolucan Times

Brooklyn born Singer/Songwriter EDDIE MONEY was well on his way to becoming a third-generation NYPD police officer following his grandfather, father and brother, but… after two years of that, his music finally took over. He wound up relocating to Berkeley, California, performed at the local clubs around town and he met promoter Bill Graham. The […]

Fall Fitness Fun Awaits You at Burbank Athletic Club

Fall Fitness Fun Awaits You at Burbank Athletic Club

By Viollette Doloricon Burbank Athletic Club has been serving the greater Burbank area since 2007, and offers two accommodating locations. The North location provides fundamental cardiovascular and weight training facilities, while the Media Center location is a comprehensive outfit that further caters to your needs with a multitude of fitness classes, as well as a […]

VIKKI CARR One on One Celebrity Interview for The Tolucan Times

VIKKI CARR One on One Celebrity Interview for The Tolucan Times

Legendary Entertainer VIKKI CARR helped burst barriers throughout her illustrious career. She was among a handful of artists to bridge the cultures of the United States and Latin America through music, the first female ever to regularly guest-host for Johnny Carson on The Tonight Show and she has sung live for five presidents (Nixon, Ford, […]

Working For the Valley in Washington

Working For the Valley in Washington

By Brad Sherman While partisan rancor has prevented Congress from passing important national legislation, I have worked hard to fight for issues of concern to Valley residents. I would like to update you on just a few of my most recent priorities which include improving Valley transportation, preserving our local environment, maintaining Valley home prices, […]

Yet Another Lovely Law

It’s the law. Starting this week drivers must give bicyclists at least three feet of space between the car and the bike. The law states the following: “A driver of a motor vehicle shall not overtake or pass a bicycle proceeding in the same direction on a highway at a distance of less than three […]

Film and Television Producer Pete Allman Honors Mother With Celebrities On Her 93rd Birthday

Film and Television Producer Pete Allman Honors Mother With Celebrities On Her 93rd Birthday

On Sunday , August 31st, Martha Liechta Allemann, a goodwill ambassador in helping senior citizens, was honored by celebrities on her 93rd birthday at The Warehouse Restaurant in Marina Del Rey. Pete Allman, a film and television producer who lives in Marina Del Rey, honored his mother by producing a show for the web, which […]

Gary Peterson’s Supernatural Show Is Sure to Delight All Ages!

Gary Peterson’s Supernatural Show Is Sure to Delight All Ages!

“This is our most spectacular production to date,” says Gary Peterson about his latest show Supernatural: An Undying Love Story. Peterson is considered not just a magician, but a grand illusionist, meaning his illusions are much larger in scale than the typical card trick magician that people are used to. “We basically combined Vegas scale […]

The Power of “Not Wanting”

Last week I met with two clients who were as different as night and day, though each shared a similar fear. Leslie is a new referral who’s been out of work for five years. Her expertise is a niche that was hit hard in the recession. There are other issues, though, chief among them being […]

Actors and Others for Animals — “Celebrity Autobiography”

Entertainers that are among the participants:  ONE NIGHT ONLY: I want to Talk about “Celebrity Autobiography,” performing a unique fundraiser for A&O, the kind of night that, if you hear about it too late, you’ll really regret missing. It’s once in a lifetime opportunity for us (the worker bees at A&O). Fine actors, reading other […]

Best of Old Time Radio

Last week I listed my top three shows, Fibber McGee and Molly, The Whistler, and Gunsmoke. Here is the rest of my list: Gunsmoke: (1952-61; the TV version started in 1955) starred William Conrad, probably the best radio voice of them all (Conrad appeared in many radio shows as a character actor) as Marshall Matt […]