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The Alliance for Children’s Rights organization had a big evening at its 22nd annual gala dinner on Monday, as $1.4 million was raised for child abuse prevention.
Jack of all trades James Franco is at it again: the 35-year-old actor, professor, producer, poet, photographer and artist not only stars in, but also directed, Gucci’s latest ad campaign.
It was the tweet that was seen around the world, and it’s worth more than its weight in gold.
You’ve heard the phrase ‘breakfast of champions’, haven’t you? You might be living that statement after indulging in the California-friendly morning delicacies at our top five picks for the best power breakfasts in Los Angeles. Get ready to make magic deals happen over your morning cup of Joe at these top-notch power spots.
The Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater (AAADT) celebrated its sixth appearance at Segerstrom Center for the Arts with a chic soiree at South Coast Plaza’s Jewel Court.
Ladies of Los Angeles, get ready: you’re about to embark on the shopping spree of a lifetime — and in the name of charity, too. For the first time ever this spring, Super Saturday, the annual summertime event of the Hamptons, is heading to LA.
Simon Cowell has inadvertently broken a Guinness World Record. The super-producer’s Got Talent franchise officially became the world’s most successful reality TV format, and thus found its home Guinness Book of World Records.
Nelson Mandela’s family members were honored with the “True Grit” Humanitarian Award at the 2014 Odyssey Ball over the weekend.
For those whose tears flattened their souffles upon hearing that LA’s iconic French eatery, L’Orangerie, was closing in 2006 after 29 years of business, we have news that might brighten your day.
A-list Hollywood stepped out over the weekend to attend the Motion Picture & Television Fund’s (MPTF) third annual “Reel Stories, Real Lives” event at Milk Studios.