The Nighthawks offer up a "Damn Good Time," drawing from a very old rock and roll vintage.
Silversun Pickups falls just short of a "one chance to move you" statement with their latest album.
DJ Tina T builds confidence and killer beats with teens at Camp Spin-Off.
The Furious Seasons return with an album of calm and sophisticated pop.
Fans of any blues King should not miss the 40th anniversary edition of Albert King’s Stax classic.
The (dated) '90s animated reboot returns.
Some days' mothers are better than other days' mothers.
Getting it Right gets it all wrong. See another coming of age movie—if it doesn't have a roman numeral in its title, it's better than this.
You can look at stories throughout the Bible and see hurt being healed when God was the center.
The Heiress gets a fine production at the Pasadena Playhouse.
Humanitarian aid missions in Mauritania are facing funding shortages while the hunger crisis escalates.
You can’t spoof a spoof and a straighter approach might have worked better, but Todd Nielsen stages the musical well.
Its Old vs. New in the political Broadway comedy. The same issues that were fought and argued about in the '60s are still being debated.
A gripping tale of the evils of a complacent society and a fight for redemption against the tribulations of intolerance.
Tench races against time with only the wisp of a clue, "Black-Eyed Susan," to guide him through the darkness.
The long awaited trial of terrorist suspects at Guantanamo Bay is now in its early stages.
What is the PAX East experience? It is more then it may seem.