Ed Robertson covers entertainment for print, online and broadcast media. He also ghostwrites and edits books (covering many genres), and hosts, produces and distributes a weekly radio program.
No Puddy's Fool
Q&A with actor Patrick Warburton.
Fog City Mavericks
How the Bay Area inspired Francis Ford Coppola, George Lucas and other pioneers to change movie history.
All About the Benjamin
Q&A with Emmy Award-winning actor Michael Emerson.
The Wave Magazine - Volume 08, Issue 18: August 27 - September 9, 2008 by The Wave Magazine - issuu
A rundown of the fall TV season, where "new" this year is relative. This piece was recognized for General Excellence by the San Francisco Peninsula Press Club Greater Bay Area Journalism Awards.
It's Not About You
Good Oscar hosts keep their egos in check.
Pixar is Its People
New film takes viewers inside the animation company that made going to work fun.
Batman from A to Z
A look at the actors who have donned the Batsuit.
Standing His Ground
Brian Copeland finds humor while reliving the pain of isolation in Not a Genuine Black Man.
Q&A with former Gavin Report music editor Dave Sholin on this year's American Idol.
A Stand-up Journalist
Funnyman Will Durst adds "author" to his list of many jobs.
Grammy nominee Kaskade takes dance club music to epic heights.
Drive Green, Save Green
The Kiwi is the kind of game that everyone can win.
Wild About Watermelon
Chevys watermelon margaritas do wonders for the image of the beleaguered fruit.
Called to Action
Al Gore's documentary An Inconvenient Truth inspires Palo Alto realtor to become part of the solution.
All Aboard Suntrain
New book lays groundwork for solar-powered railway.