Everything Changes for Laura Jane

Indie soul artist Laura Jane.

Laura Jane is a indie soul artist based out of Los Angeles. She is not necessarily new to the music business having proven to be a very busy and in demand vocalist.  She busted on to the scene with her debut album TO MY PLANET BOO released independently in 2005. Having taken the time to […]

How to Be Happy – 7 Questions for Emiliya Zhivotovskaya, President and Founder of Flourish

Flourish, an organization dedicated to utilizing research based tools to enable individuals and organizations to flourish.

  What is happiness? How is it defined? How do you define it? The answer would be varied and unique depending on the individual and their personal experiences. Recently, I had the pleasure of connecting with Flourish, an organization dedicated to utilizing research based tools to enable individuals and organizations to flourish. Here is my […]

DONNY & MARIE: Tinseltown Gets a Real Taste of the Christmas Spirit

Donny & Marie: Christmas in Los Angeles

I’m glad the phrase, “What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas,” does not apply to this show.  What began at the Flamingo in Las Vegas in 2008, has flourished and has finally arrived in L.A. Donny and Marie pack five decades of entertainment and nostalgia into The Donny and Marie Christmas show (Dec. 4 through […]

Chicago at the Pantages Still Has That Old Razzle Dazzle

Chicago at the Pantages

My first experience with “Chicago” was seeing the film. It starred Renee Zellweger, Catherine-Zeta Jones and Richard Gere, and it went on to win 6 Oscars including Best Picture at the 75th Academy Awards in 2003. In 2004 I saw Chicago, the Musical at the Wilshire Theater in Los Angeles where Patrick Swayze played Billy […]

The Genius of Acting According to Bruce & Crispin Glover

Crispin Glover

“What you have inherited from your father, you must earn over again for yourselves, or it will not be yours.” – Johann Wolfgang von Goethe Crispin Glover is most memorable as George McFly in Back to the Future, the Thin Man in Charlie’s Angels, Grendel in Beowulf, and most recently Knave of Hearts in Alice […]

Don’t Miss the Magic of Ivan Amodei at the Beverly Wilshire

Ivan Amodei

We caught up to Magician Ivan Amodei, pronounced (e-von ah-moe-day) at his photo shoot for BHT Magazine in the Royal Suite at the Beverly Wilshire. Having won countless awards, including the coveted People’s Choice Award, Ivan has had a fruitful career. After a year of sold out performances and rave reviews, Ivan sat down with […]

From Beverly Hills to Blogworld

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If you are a business owner, entrepreneur, artist, you need to head down to Blogworld & New Media Expo, Nov.  3-5, 2011 this week at the LA Convention Center. If you can’t make it, then send your marketing manager, PR agent or social media guru… just don’t miss it. This is the event that brings Hollywood […]

ON HISTORY – Tariq Ali and Oliver Stone In Conversation – A Beverly Hills Times Book Review

On History by Tariq Ali & Oliver Stone In Conversation

Oliver Stone signed copies of his latest book, ”On History,” Tariq Ali & Oliver Stone In Conversation,”  this past Saturday, Oct. 22nd at the famed Book Soup on Sunset, and the store was packed. I had met Oliver Stone once before, years ago, when I worked at Borders; he was promoting and signing copies of “A Child’s Night Dream.” […]

Happy Hauntings From the 90210 and One Step Beyond

The Queen Mary

  There is nothing more frightening than traffic in Los Angeles. However, if you are strong in spirit and are up for some chills, then it might be worth it to travel one step beyond the 90210 this Halloween. After its demonic 2010 debut, the Queen Mary’s Dark Harbor still rests on the “night’s Plutonium […]