In less than half the time it took to sit through the last “Avengers” movie, viewers can experience the entire Timelapse Film Festival in Joshua Tree.
Frank DeCaro lifts the lid off drag performers old and new in his fascinating book, “Drag: Coming Through the Big Wigs of Show Business”.
Writer Whitley Strieber will appear in Indian Wells to share his singular personal knowledge of extraterrestrial life at Contact in the Desert.
Lorna Luft shares behind-the-scenes tales of her legendary mother Judy Garland’s masterpiece, A Star is Born, in her new book.
Author Kathryn Sermak will appear at Just Fabulous in Palm Springs Dec. 2 to promote her memoir of the last decade in the life of acting star Bette Davis.
Despite being an award-winning actress and a top box-office draw during her heyday, Ava Gardner often generated more attention for her tumultuous personal life than her film roles. A bona-fide Hollywood legend for her unparalleled good looks (she was famously touted by MGM as “the world’s most beautiful animal”), Gardner lived up to the fanciful billing with an active social
NIGHTLIFE Before Tommy Tune would sign the contract to perform his one-man show Here and Now! at The Purple Room over Labor Day weekend, he wanted to take a good, long look at the inside of the storied supper club. Tune’s concern wasn’t whether the intimate space was too slight for the stature of a 10-time Tony Award winner. His
There are many performers who deserve to be referred to as theatrical giants, but few, if any, can reach the heights of Tommy Tune. Since he departed small-town Wichita Falls, Texas for New York City more than five decades ago, the self-described “five feet-seventeen inch” tall song-and-dance man has garnered an incredible 10 Tony Awards, among many other honors, for