Arts & Culture

Theater Review: "Peter Pan"

Misty Cotton as Peter Pan

Kids! Always wanting to do crazy things like fly. Without a plane.

Yep, it’s the stuff of dreams. “Peter Pan” dreams, in fact, and if you’re dying to see it again – or for the first time – you have a chance to do just that through Aug. 6 at Vista’s Moonlight Amphitheatre. Steven Glaudini directs.

David Hernandez: American Idol star, gay and making 'Beautiful' music

David Hernandez will never be less than "Beautiful"

David Hernandez is a name that I wasn’t familiar with. I knew he was set to release a single called “Beautiful” in August with a provocative video to follow.

I also knew he is going to premiere the song at Rich's Nightclub on Saturday, July 30.

But other than being gay, and his season seven stint on American Idol, I wasn’t sure who I was about to interview.

KAABOO in Del Mar offers a huge line-up of A-list musical talent

KAABOO in Del Mar brings legendary artists and bands together for three days of musical memories.

The music festival KAABOO is coming to Del Mar on Friday, September 16.

 This three-day “mix-perience” showcases the musical talents of artists and bands who have given the world its soundtrack for decades.

Bryan E. Gordon, CEO of KAABOO said last year that he wanted to create a festival geared toward an older, more nostalgic crowd. 

Theater Review: "Sense And Sensibility"

(from left) Emily Berman as Lucy Steele, Sharon Rietkerk as Elinor

They’re cute, they’re witty, they can sing and they’re looking for love. What could be a more appealing subject for a musical?

I’m talking about Jane Austen’s famous Dashwood sisters – Marianne (Megan McGinnisas) and Elinor (Sharon Rietkerk) – whose beloved amatory adventures have been given a musical treatment by Paul Gordon.

First Look: DJ Tony Moran creates a new 'High' anthem to benefit Orlando

Nicki Richards, Zhana Roiya and Tony Moran create a dance version of "High" for Orlando victims and their families.

Tony Moran, Nicki Richards and Zhana Roiya; three of the biggest names in the world of dance music, have collaborated to help the innocent victims of Orlando with an amped-up single titled “High.”

This is actually a cover to the 1997 ballad of the same name originally performed by the U.K. band Lighthouse Family.