CHRISTOPHER WHEELDON’S “LITURGY” AT THE COLBURN

WHEELDON'S LITURGY

The Colburn is one of LA’s greatest treasures. A performing arts school located kitty-corner to Disney Hall, the Colburn draws the crème-de-la-crème of aspiring pianists, violinists, oboeists and all other manner of other up-and-coming musicians and dancers. Many of us can’t afford tickets to, say the opera, ballet, or Master Chorale. No matter your budget, […]

LACO@THE MOVIES: BUSTER KEATON’S “THE GENERAL”

This year marks the 50th anniversary of the founding of the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra (LACO). LACO is pulling out all the stops. There’s a “Campus to Concert Hall” all access season pass, offering students thirty concerts for just $30. There’s the $1.5 million gift from philanthropists Carol and Warner Henry for the Principal Oboe […]

THE INDUSTRY HILLS CHARITY PRO RODEO

The Industry Hills Pro Rodeo has helped children in need in the East San Gabriel Valley for over 31 years. Sanctioned by the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA), the event has taken place annually, in September or October, since 1986. Ticket prices this year were a reasonable $18 for adults, $12 for Seniors (Ages 60+), […]

TERRY CANNON’S BASEBALL RELIQUARY

As a New Hampshire native, my knowledge of baseball is strictly confined to the Boston Red Sox and began and ended around the Carl Yastrzemski era. But I understand and am fascinated by the near-obsessive love that so many feel for our national sport. Enter LA’s own Baseball Reliquary, “a nonprofit, educational organization dedicated to […]