First Concert at Levitt Pavilion – Review

By Calisho June 17th marked the first performance of total fifty concerts at the Levitt Pavilion in MacArthur Park. With three acts kicking off the event, we got a range of synth pop to salsa to western Hispanic-tinged music rebounding all the way across to the Park Plaza Hotel. However, there was more than enough space to take a front row seat, whether on the … Continue reading First Concert at Levitt Pavilion – Review

Reaching Toward A Palpable BoJack

On TV Now “I’m more horse than man” It’s the third season of the Netflix original dark comedy BoJack Horseman, and I am still lured by the seedy Hollywood glitz, depicted in a (literal) animal kingdom. It’s the Mr. Peanutbutter silliness weaving through scenes that bring me back again to Netflix, to watch this show after a long day’s work at night. Yes, I’m watching … Continue reading Reaching Toward A Palpable BoJack

Going Hard and Falling Fast

A reflection on T.V. show: Eastbound and Down  Eastbound and Down, for those unfamiliar with it, is an HBO comedy series of four seasons. The show follows the pitfalls and triumphs -mostly pitfalls- of an ex-baseball player of the majors. Some would call it a sports comedy (Wikipedia), which it is, as this ex-baseball player struggles to get back in the game, while dealing with … Continue reading Going Hard and Falling Fast

How I started watching Dr. Who

  On T.V. Now A few years back, I sorta of, kinda of knew what Dr. Who was about. I knew that it involved time travel, a blue box, and a man. Then, I knew that the leading actor kept changing, but there was an explanation inherent in the character’s progression for that. This was superficial stuff I gathered from seeing random things on the … Continue reading How I started watching Dr. Who