This “Devil” Is More Than A Triple Threat by Kevin M. Thomas

He’s as busy as Michael Strahan yet not as many people know Sebastian La Cause.   Yet he played Rocky in the Tony nominated “The Rocky Horror Show” and was in the Oscar winning “Chicago” not to mention the cult classic “Showgirls.”   But his movie roles were all small parts. Too small for such a […] Click to read more »

Film Festival Favorite “Serial Monogamist” Enjoys Brief LA Run Prior to DVD Release by Kevin M. Thomas

The old joke about lesbians bringing a U-Haul on their second date because they’re ready to move in is put to the test in a creative and fun way in the movie “Portrait of a Serial Monogamist.” Commitment-phobic Elsie may move-in on the second date but she also easily moves on, leaving an array of […] Click to read more »

“View” is Far from Miserable with the Future of New Play by Kevin M. Thomas

A classic is born in the theatre world with Howard Skora’s “Miserable with an Ocean View.” His comedic masterpiece is playing in Southern California through Oct. 10, but Skora has big dreams for his play that deals with a dysfunctional Long Island family lead by the evil matriarch. With the tough subjects it tackles – […] Click to read more »

For The Record: “Baz” Is Worth a Trip to Los Angeles

I hate when I come to the party late. In the case of “For The Record Live” I am years late. My friend and editor,  Vivian Meade caught “Tarantino” last year and hasn’t stopped talking about it (See Interview)  Every time a Quentin Tarantino movie is on, she makes reference to the live Los Angeles show […] Click to read more »

Get the Spring 2015 ‘Dickie Greenleaf’ Runway Looks from Menswear Designer’s, Parke and Ronen

Parke and Ronen grabbed our attention on the runways with their Spring 2015 ‘Dickie Greenleaf’ inspired looks at New York Fashion Week. The reference comes from the film favorite, “The Talented Mr. Ripley”, and Jude Law’s spoiled rich kid on the loose character. Who couldn’t resist Law’s sexy, yet dangerous Greenleaf? It’s always great to […] Click to read more »

Sexy “Kinky Boots” Dances Its Way From Broadway to LA to SF by Kevin M. Thomas

“Kinky Boots” has become a buzz again with some new cast members on Broadway and a tour currently playing in Los Angeles. I caught up with the current Broadway production to prepare me for when it comes to San Francisco in December. Okay, so I really didn’t need to prep for its San Francisco production, […] Click to read more »

Your Inner and Outer Beauty Are Considered When You Walk into Universal Body Store in L.A. – Video Feature

Universal Body Store in L.A. is your new goto source for both inner and outer beauty. From organic supplements and skincare to original active sportswear and one of a kind accessories, Universal Body Store is a welcoming and aesthetically pleasing new environment. With a background in fashion and fitness, owners Scott and Fernando shared with […] Click to read more »

Mercado on Third and Fairfax is Continuing the Welcoming Trend for Rustic Yet Modern Mexican Cuisine in Los Angeles

  Mercado on Third and Fairfax, in Los Angeles is continuing the trend for rustic, modern and classic Mexican cuisine, in a city that has always embraced Mexican Food. What once was fun Mexican dives, with cheap margueritas, is now being replaced with classic renditions of Mexican dishes made with quality fresh ingredients, and excellent […] Click to read more »

Some Great Options of Los Angeles’ Outfest’s LGBT Film Festival by Kevin M. Thomas

Outfest, the LGBT Film Festival in Los Angeles, kicks off this weekend,  and offers a variety pack of choices. Gay and lesbian themed movies have great options in the form of features, documentaries, shorts and webisodes. While I haven’t seen all of the movies, I have seen over 30 so I can offer a bit […] Click to read more »

‘Chess’-Nuts! East West Players “Chess, The Musical” Stays True to Original London Version Now in Los Angeles By Frank D. Pond

I have two confessions to make.  First, and should be most surprising to those who know me best, there was a time in my life when travel wasn’t a high priority.  I hadn’t caught that “bug” yet.  Yes, until my mid-twenties, I had been to few places and had no strong desire to travel.  Then, […] Click to read more »