Saturday night, The Hollywood Sentinel did the red carpet for the annual Life Through Art Red Party, over at the Peterson Museum in Beverly Hills. Credentialed stars included George Clooney and Jennifer Aniston, who both serve on the Board of Directors for this great organization. Beyond the great entertainment here this night, which we will feature in next weeks issue, we mingled with some amazingly talented and beautiful people, including TV Star Doris Roberts, who is an absolute sweetheart. Thanks to our friends at Life Through Art for their kind hospitality.

Monday we’re off to the Disney Hall for "Grammy Salute to Classical Music," with world legend orchestral symphony and chamber conductor and violinist Sir Neville Marriner and his protégé Jeffrey Kahane, conductor of the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra. Thanks to our friends at the Grammy’s for their great support.

The S.A.G. awards are now behind us, Slumdog smacked down best actoral ensemble, the Globes still linger in our minds, The Superbowl is over, and it still feels difficult to realize that Bush is gone and Obama is in the White House. I am having L.A. Art Show withdraw, but thanks to some of the amazing gallerists we met, including our new friends from Amstel Gallery in Amsterdam, we will carry it on as promised, each week.

In this issue we remind of the death of Analog T.V., give props to Brad Pitt and Bruce Springsteen, reflect on Alicia Silverstone and People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, and more. Lastly, when we heard that Czech President Vaclav Klaus is denying that there is any scientific evidence that global warming is occurring, in his opposition to former U.S. Vice President Al Gore (source: LBN-Elert), you can see here inside this issue just how "crazy" we think Mr. Gore is.

We hope you enjoy this issue, and remember, life is a great, and exciting trip. You just have to make it so and lead the way.

Bruce Edwin
Editor, The Hollywood Sentinel ®