Two Paths Cross At Last..


(Joshua Gilmore- Staff Writer)

This installment of Nowhere California’s coverage of the 2016 Stan Lee Los Angeles Comic Convention has a short back story and that will lead us into the conversation with the multi-talented, Joe Ochman.

In the early days of Nowhere, the team would never have imagined that we would conduct interviews with people from the entertainment world and gain actual connections with this talented world, but that changed with the chance meeting with Satu and Steve J. Palmer from “Queen Gorya”. After that meeting, Steve J. Palmer started to line up interviews for the guys from Nowhere and one of those interviews was going to be with Joe Ochman.

Ochman is a multi-talented performer that has delved into many aspects of the entertainment world, he has taken his talented from the stage to the screen and behind the scenes. The chance to talk with Joe was an opportunity that the Nowhere California team couldn’t wait to talk with him, but a few speed bumps appeared in the way (so goes the life of the independent podcaster) It took a little time, but good things come to those who wait and we jumped to the chance to talk with Joe at the 2016 Stan Lee Comic Con.


CLICK HERE For Nowhere California Presents Our Conversation With Joe Ochman

It might have taken some time to get this conversation with Joe, but it was a pleasure to talk with this man. You should take the time to check out his credits and I wouldn’t be surprised if you see some very familiar titles.

CLICK HERE For Joe Ochman’s Official Website

The entire Nowhere California team would like to thank Joe for taking the time to talk with us at the convention. We hope it won’t be too long before we get the opportunity to delve deeper into your career and talk again.


Hollywood Legend, Robert Loggia Passes Away..


(Joshua Gilmore-Staff Writer)

The world of entertainment has lost another creative voice, as Robert Loggia has passed away at the age of 85. Loggia had made a career out of playing tough guys and taking on roles that allowed him to have a laugh or two. In his over 6 decade career, Robert had appeared in 229 roles and acted aside some of the biggest names in Hollywood, even a few before they were the headliners they are today.

As with every entertainer, their legacy will be remember with the credits of their career and Loggia’s legacy will never be forgotten in cannon of amazing work. Also, Loggia’s influence on the lives he impacted will allow people to continue to know this great human and creative soul.

The best way to sum up this loss is the words of Loggia’s wife, Aubrey. She released this statement after the news broke, “His poor body gave up, He loved being an actor and he loved his life.”