“Be Who You Are” Album Now Available!!

Woo hoo! It’s done! It’s done! The culmination of two years of blood, sweat and tears, and one big fundraising campaign, the Be Who You Are album is now “out there” joining the children’s music conversation! You can buy the digital album download everywhere you buy music including iTunes, CDBaby and more. The physical CD is available here at […]

Jon Rannells Art Show & Sale This Saturday

Jon Rannells is an extraordinarily creative human being. As a playwright, his works have been put up internationally, as a screenwriter he’s not only prolific, but three of his scripts have been produced, including the hilarious and poignant Ruby Booby, which he directed himself and which stars two of the most fabulous actors to come out of […]

Michael Monroe @ The Whiskey A-Go-Go

My first memory of Michael Monroe was watching a Hanoi Rocks video on Much Music – I think in 1982 – I taped it on VHS, along with an extended interview with Keith Richards and some other random stuff that appealed to my 12-year-old self. My best friend Kathleen and I were obsessed with the Rolling Stones, and seeing […]

Peter Pan & Tinker Bell @ The Pasadena Playhouse!

The day after New Year’s Day in Pasadena is a day of recovery. With the Rose Parade the previous day, Colorado Blvd is in a state of shock and everyone is out looking for the perfect place to brunch. But we had a theatrical adventure ahead of us at The Pasadena Playhouse that day, with tickets to see Peter […]

Jack Whitten @ The Walker

The Jack Whitten exhibit at The Walker Art Center in Minneapolis is thrilling to see. An abstract expressionist painter and paint manipulator for fifty years now, he creates stunning works of deep resonance. I’m amazed that I’ve never heard of Whitten, but then again, I had never heard of the female abstract expressionist master Jay DeFeo […]