10 years ago, I was sitting in my seat at the Hollywood Bowl, along with my friends Chris, Colleen and Chad. I was The Who Hollywood Bowlbeyond excited to FINALLY see and hear (and feel) my all-time favorite band perform live. I’d missed an opportunity to see them a few years prior, so I was bound and determined to be there this time.
Archive for Los Angeles
by John Santos Swimming pools, movies stars. That’s what most of the country thinks when they hear about Los Angeles. Monster Trucks for some reason never seem to make the list. But what many don’t know is the Los Angeles, and Southern California in general is quite the hotspot for Monster Trucks, off road racing, [...]
by John Santos To say it had been some time since the Goats last tasted victory against their neighbors from down the hall, would be an understatement. And while I was trying to be as hopeful as can be, history certainly wasn’t helping. Despite it all, the supporters were in good spirits. Even the ones [...]
by Jean Brugger I have worked way, way, way behind the scenes for Universal Pictures since 1987 – at their advertising agency – distributing and scheduling their television and radio commercials. Every once in awhile I’d get a little perk, maybe a poster or a t-shirt from a film, a video or DVD here and [...]
by Karen Kritzer LA’s Roxy Theater. 2007. Sid was long dead. Lydon’s “Public Image Limited” was also laid to rest. Steve Jones was hosting “Jonesy’s Jukebox” on Indie 103.1 and I was/am a rabid Jonesy fan. Paul Cook guested on Steve’s show and their banter about their Sex Pistols days were side splitting hilarious. Word [...]