Restaurants with Stories: Southern California Edition When it comes to good food, my standards are a bit unorthodox. I look for a story and a passion for food that has been built into the framework of the business. I have travelled a better portion of the Southern California region in search of restaurants whose beginnings Read More
I decided that I was going to retire my iPhone and pick up a droid phone. There are quite a few reasons I did so. My iPhone response time was, well, quite unresponsive. My monthly bills, no matter how often a representative and I “reevaluated my current usage” were $100 or more (which did not Read More
Dog On It, the first of a series of Chet and Bernie mystery novels by North American author Spencer Quinn, is an invigorating story of companionship and challenge that invokes the senses and tugs at the heartstrings of young adults and dog-lovers alike.
A few weeks ago I made a trip up to Los Alamos, CA to visit Flatbread- Full of Life, the home of some of the most amazing food Iâ€™ve ever had. I struggled with this post (hence it being weeks overdue) because there simply werenâ€™t words for how impressed I was…
The night I visited Vibrato Grill, Son Mayor ( www.sonmayor.com ) graced the stage with an extraordinary collection of Cuban Jazz. Not only was I in the company of a great, live ten-piece band, I was in the company of a great food, a fantastic ambiance and great people.
El Pollo de Oro boasts brightly-colored tablecloths, pointsettias galore and sure-to-have-been hand-layed brick. The ambience, however, is not the first thing I would mention when recommending this authentic mexican joint
In a feeble attempt to reacquire the hearts of otherwise comotose Brit fans, Miss Britney Spears opted to film a confessional expose on the inexcapable crises we’ve all had the pleasure of witnessing over the last couple years.
The Wentworthâ€™s constant desire is a disease that affects many. I have seen it first hand and could have easily fallen into the triangle. With a lot of introspection and world-travelling, I was able to pull myself out before it became too late.
Adapted from the 2000 film also titled The Flunky, directed by Vincent Van Patten, The Flunky: A New Musical portrays the life of rockstar named Tyler Mann and
Stephen Kingâ€™s short story, titled 1408- later adapted by Director Mikael HÃ¥fstrÃ¶m as a film in 2007- is not only a story of psychological atrophy but also a story of