All posts by Jeff Klima

Drag Racer Clay Millican: The One Question You CAN’T Ask Him…

National Hot Rod Association (NHRA) Top Fuel racer Clay Millican is a friendly fellow. He answers questions thoughtfully, tells interesting anecdotes about growing up (and still living) in his small community back in Drummonds, Tennessee, and is excited to show pictures of his parent’s small grocery store that he worked at before becoming a professional

Huntington Center 2nd Time Finalist For ACM Venue of the Year

Next time you have an opportunity to be at an event in the Huntington Center, give your seat an extra pat on the armrest. The arena, which is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year, has just been named a finalist for Medium Capacity Venue by the Academy of Country Music— for the second straight year.

Mud Hens and Jeff: Crowded House

I’m from Los Angeles and so I tend to do sports the way my fellow Angelenos do it: show up late and leave early. But I went to the Saturday game and lo and behold, I was early. On top of that, it was a full house, which is good for Hens baseball, bad for

Traffic relief

You never need an excuse to party, but Advocating Opportunity’s annual fundraiser, Golden Opportunity is a great reason to donate money. A legal services business that provides aid to exploited and trafficked humans across the U.S., Advocating Opportunity will host an event with live music, hors d’oeuvres and drinks to offset costs to help those

Big Apple makeovers!

Do you need a reminder to appreciate every little thing you have? Check out the fascinating documentary Refugee Kids, about the students of the Refugee Youth Summer Academy. Run by the International Rescue Committee (which was founded by Albert Einstein), the Academy accepts 120 kids at a time from some of the most ravaged locales

What You Need Know About the Sundance Kid Drive-In

Drive-ins, like carhops at diners, disappointing evenings at “Makeout Point” and Cruise Ins are the last vestiges of a car-centric culture that sprung up in the ‘50s. The Sundance Kid Drive-in Theater, which opened in Oregon in 1956, is a part of that “cool car tradition” that has persisted, even in the age of “Netflix