There’s a clear message in the new film “Ron’s Gone Wrong” and that message is to stop watching films like “Ron’s Gone Wrong.”
The story of local music is incredibly difficult to capture. Both in documenting the history and in the attention of the audience. Without any direct connection to the names, faces and places involved, moments become boiled together to create the bigger picture.
Blowing into the Antelope Valley like an adrenaline-fueled stockcar boy bent on pleasing crowds with a pure exhibition of talent, A.J. Croce will make an appearance — for one night only — at Lancaster Performing Arts Center at 7 p.m., Sunday.
The Tehachapi Symphony Orchestra, under the direction of Dr. David Newby, will perform at 4 p.m., Oct. 31 at Country Oaks Baptist Church, 20915 Schout Road.
RUIDOSO, N.M. — 13 Fanboy LLC announces: After 12 years without a “FRIDAY THE 13TH” film, fans are hungry for new blood. Enter Deborah Voorhees (yes, that is her real name), star of “FRIDAY THE 13TH part 5,” and director of the October 22, 2021 horror film “13 Fanboy.”
As a young man starting college, director Todd Haynes fell immediately for the Velvet Underground — the band which, musician Brian Eno famously said, didn’t sell many records, but everyone who bought one went and started a band.
The piercing traumas of school shootings, when they’ve made it into the movies, have seldom carried quite the right tone. Even the best intentions in wading into such tragic horrors can come off as insincere, even exploitive.
LOS ANGELES — The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has wanted to open a museum dedicated to films and filmmaking for nearly as long as its members have been making movies with sound and handing out Oscars. It finally happens with Thursday’s opening of the Academy Museum of Motion …
Traditionally, while defying convention, the Antelope Valley has always been a magnet drawing in talented creatives — at times coming from various parts of the country and potentially, the world.
When “The Sopranos” is brought up these days, it’s usually for the nebulous way it ended: That now-famous cut-to-black in a crowded diner while Journey’s “Don’t Stop Believin’ ” plays. Whether Tony Soprano lived or died is still hotly debated.
PALMDALE – The City of Palmdale’s Parks and Recreation Department has announced the roster of artists and muralists who will be featured at the fifth annual Kaleidoscope Art & Music Festival, a unique art extravaganza, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Oct. 9 at the Palmdale Amphitheater, 2723 Wes…
Unlike the lure of finding rumored ancient labyrinths beneath shifting Egyptian sand, Pop musician Prince’s famed audio vault is real and has gifted the public with the new album, “Welcome 2 America.”
PALMDALE — The fifth annual Kaleidoscope Art & Music Festival, an event that celebrates the arts in the high desert, has announced its lineup of musical performers when it returns to the Palmdale Amphitheater, 2723 West Rancho Vista Blvd. (Ave. P), from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Oct. 9. Admissi…
Last year, Tom Hanks and George Clooney each took on movie parts in which they showed off their fatherly sides by taking care of a child. Apparently, there’s something in the water over in Hollywood because this month, it’s time for Clint Eastwood.
In living an artistic life, beautiful and painful experiences can seemingly happen at random. Resilience, as I’ve written before, becomes the key to forward momentum.
The City of Palmdale’s Parks and Recreation Department is accepting applications for professional, student and novice artists and apothecary and culinary artisans to participate in the fifth annual Kaleidoscope Art & Music Festival, an event that celebrates the arts in the high desert.
NEW YORK — After endless disruption due to the pandemic and the super-charged growth of streaming services, moviegoing may be going back to something a little like normal.
PALMDALE — The City of Palmdale will celebrate the end of summer and the arrival of fall with several themed events at both Marie Kerr Park, 2723 West Rancho Vista Blvd. (Ave. P), and Domenic Massari Park, 37716 55th St. East. All events will take place from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Diving into the various topics surrounding music is endlessly fascinating to me. If my musings mean anything, I hope something is gained from spending time with this column, either by musicians or those with a passion for music.
‘What is life worth?” asks Washington lawyer Kenneth J. Feinberg (Michael Keaton) in the opening scenes of the based-on-a-true-story drama “Worth,” while writing the question on a blackboard for a room full of law school students.