All you need is love with Lennon and Ono

Share: Valentine’s Day is the day when couples and singles alike can express love and gratitude towards family, friends, and significant others. Therefore, it was only appropriate that Yoko Ono, widow of John Lennon, one of the founding members of the world-renowned English rock band, the Beatles, hosted an art exhibition of Lennon’s artwork, “All You Need is Love.” Follow:

Fifty Shades of Grey: The Epitome of a Feminist Movie

Share: Whether you like it or hate it, you have to admit that America’s popular culture and sexual fantasy have been recently revolving around “Fifty Shades of Grey.” The three-part book series published by Random House has sold 100 million copies internationally, as of 2012. The book has become so popular, in fact, that is has recently been turned into a major motion picture directed by Sam-Taylor Johnson and set to debut this Valentine’s Day. The movie’s trailer has over 50 million views on YouTube, …

1929 Hollywood meets today’s stars

Share: The fires roared in the green and diamond colored rocks in a seemingly never-ending fire pit down the center of the walk. Guests arrived in different sized groups; dressed in their finest flapper dresses, red bowties and tuxedos. Some mingled over fine wines and spirits as they waited for the event to start while others, still, waited in line to have press photos and interviews taken on the red carpet.                   Follow:

America’s Got Talent Finalist Performs at the Pasadena Hilton

Share: Taylor Matthews, the finalist of the talent competition America’s Got Talent, made his last hotel party tour appearance at the Hilton Pasadena on the night of January 24th. Opening for the singer/songwriter was Kyle Reynolds, an artist whom Matthews has been touring and collaborating with recently. The concert featured singles of off Matthews’ new and older albums, such as “Do What You Want To” and “Head Over Feeling.” Follow: