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Dishing It Up With Sharon Insul—The Joys Of The ‘Can’t Make The Main Event’ Holiday Dinner

Sometimes logistics make a Thanksgiving gathering of everyone on our list an impossible feat. Over the years, my solution has been to do a dinner “for those who can’t make the main event.”

Theatre Review—‘Quack’- A Thoroughly Intelligent, Funny Play At Kirk Douglas Theatre

Written by Eliza Clark, the script is intelligent, funny and acted to perfection by a group of terrific actors including Dan Bucatinsky and Jassalyn Gilsig whose timing and delivery of their lines borders on perfection.

Dishing It Up With Sharon Insul — Celebrating Halloween With A Trio Of Witches

A spooky Halloween tablescape features witches presiding over the festivities andblack plates with a pop of lime green napkins, set on black linens and netting,

Film Review—Can ‘Halloween’ Reunion Recapture Horror Of The Original? Absolutely

The film is great all-around, from the writing, to the directing, to the cinematography, lighting, and acting—with Jamie Lee Curtis, Judy Greer and Andi Matichak —most of all.

Conquering Stress! With Dr. Arlene —Career Passion Causes Stress

Many have questioned his temperament for a position on the Supreme Court. No one has mentioned that attributes, associated with creativity, were igniting his behavior. For some, his anger was disturbing.

Carol Jean Delmar on Opera —LA Opera’s Newest ‘Don Carlo’ Boasts Domingo As Star

Don Carlo is an opera for stars, and LA Opera's current production of Don Carlo has many including Ramón Vargas, Ana María Martínez, Anna Smirnova and the magnificent Ferruccio Furlanetto.

Dishing It Up With Sharon Insul —Pumpkins, Branches And Candles For Thanksgiving

Flashes of light bouncing off golden metal leaves intertwined throughout this landscape are like “fall dancing pixies.”

Theater Review—‘A Bronx Tale’ Has The Right Ingredients, But They Don’t Mix

A musical with tough guys and their Bronx accents, overcoming segregation, and the '60's...not to mention lots of sitting around on New York stoops should be enjoyable entertainment. But "A Bronx Tale-The Musical" is a stale tale.

Conquering Stress! With Dr. Arlene —Shooters on Social Media Cause Stress

After the first shooting on Facebook Live, they should have shut it down. Instead, they fostered the development of an unwritten Protocol to Kill. Sex trafficking, too?

Dishing It Up With Sharon Insul—The Joys Of The ‘Can’t Make The Main Event’ Holiday Dinner

Sometimes logistics make a Thanksgiving gathering of everyone on our list an impossible feat. Over the years, my solution has been to do a dinner “for those who can’t make the main event.”

Theatre Review—‘Quack’- A Thoroughly Intelligent, Funny Play At Kirk Douglas Theatre

Written by Eliza Clark, the script is intelligent, funny and acted to perfection by a group of terrific actors including Dan Bucatinsky and Jassalyn Gilsig whose timing and delivery of their lines borders on perfection.

Joan Mangum’s Society Scene—Big Brothers Big Sisters ‘Bash’ Sets Fundraising Record

Jason Alexander emcess the Friends of Sheba Medical Center, Tel HaShomer 70th anniversary gala at the Beverly Hilton. Barbara Berlanti Heroes Gala honors Yael Cohen Braun and Stephen Amell.

Joan Mangum’s Society Scene—St. John’s Celebrates ‘The Power Of Partnership’

David Foster, Ray Parker, Jr. headline Saints John's Health Center Gala. The Library Foundation of L.A. honors Betsy Applebaum.

Dishing It Up With Sharon Insul — Celebrating Halloween With A Trio Of Witches

A spooky Halloween tablescape features witches presiding over the festivities andblack plates with a pop of lime green napkins, set on black linens and netting,

Film Review—Can ‘Halloween’ Reunion Recapture Horror Of The Original? Absolutely

The film is great all-around, from the writing, to the directing, to the cinematography, lighting, and acting—with Jamie Lee Curtis, Judy Greer and Andi Matichak —most of all.

Frances Allen’s Desert Roundup—Desert History Goes From Mud Huts To Hollywood Opulence

The Agua Caliente (Hot Water) Reservation was established in 1876 and consists of a major portion of downtown Palm Springs, making the Band one of the wealthiest in the state.
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