with Bridget Kearney (of Lake Street Dive) If you’ve heard the name Theo Katzman recently, you probably know him as the singing drummer and guitarist in the funk band Vulfpeck. But with his 2017 release, Heartbreak Hits, Katzman returns to his roots as a rock and roll inspired singer/songwriter. A 10-song collection of musings on loss and letdown, Heartbreak Hits blends personal vulnerability with imaginative songcraft, yielding an album that’s somehow a living dichotomy of tragic/comedic, serious/satirical, over-the-top/subtle, and healing/hurting. In his own words, Katzman says he writes “songs to soothe your post-Y2K pop culture hangover.” He also wrote this bio.
Susan G. Komen’s Los Angeles County Race for the Cure® will hold its 21st annual event at Dodger Stadium on Saturday, March 10. With on stage activities and performances, the Kids Zone, Whole Health Pavilion, Expo, and Reflection Tent, in addition to the certified 5K, there’s something everyone will enjoy. To participate, call 310.575.3011 or visit http://komenlacounty.org/race.
Engaged?… Newly married?… Thinking of going in that direction? “Start Right, Stay Connected” is a one-day program designed to provide couples with the knowledge and tools to navigate the challenges of marriage. In a fun and dynamic setting, you will learn to more effectively communicate with your partner, deepen your connection and create a shared vision for your relationship.
The Aetherius Society is a worldwide spiritual organisation comprised of people dedicated to help heal and uplift humanity through spiritual action. …
See Stars at the General Hospital Convention General Hospital is one of the world’s longest-running and best-loved scripted drama series, airing over 13,000 episodes since its premiere in 1963, racking up 13 Daytime Emmy Awards and cultivating a fan base that has included Elizabeth Taylor, Wayne Gretzky and Princess Diana. If you’re a fan of this record-setting, history-making show, you won’t want to miss the first-ever Official General Hospital Convention at the Burbank Marriott. Taking place just down the road from the studio where General Hospital is filmed, this fan-centric celebration features a red carpet for posing, Q&A panels, meet-and-greets, games and contests, sets from the show, photo ops and official merchandise. There’ll even be live music, courtesy of house band DropZone, who’ll be backing up some of the show’s stars in a karaoke concert party over the weekend. Don’t miss this celebration of America’s longest-running soap opera.
Indie Films, Classic Comedies, Cutting-Edge Docs & More From American Cinematheque Cinephiles rejoice at Santa Monica’s Aero Theatre, where the packed lineup of screenings ranges from iconic black and white comedies to imaginative animated creations to world premieres of new international films, thought-provoking documentaries and beyond. Curated by American Cinematheque, the theater also hosts panel discussions where movie insiders talk shop with filmmakers, cast members and other creative talent. The Aero has been a go-to destination for movie lovers since 1940.
No stranger to late night, RALPH HARRIS has been featured on The Tonight Show Starring Jay Leno and Late Night with Conan O’Brien. However Ralph is probably best known for his starring role in the ABC-TV sitcom “On Our Own” which aired during the immensely popular TGIF block on Friday nights, and which currently airs in syndication on TVOne.