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Jerry Cutler On Theatre — ‘Ain’t Too Proud’: Delivers A Smash Hit For The Ahmanson Audiences

"Ain’t Too Proud" is the quintessential essence of pride and accomplishment brought, once again, to exuberant life by “The Temptations.”

Joan Mangum’s Society Scene—Center Theatre Group Affiliates Enjoy ‘August Moon Soiree’

The ABCs (Associates for Breast and Prostate Cancer Studies) presented a $600,000 check to the John Wayne Cancer Institute at Providence Saint John’s Health Center to continue its research studies to eradicate the diseases.

Dishing It Up With Sharon Insul—Change Your Tablecloth, Change Your Life

An elaborate tablescape for a fancy dinner can be edited down for a more intimate affair.

Joan Mangum’s Society Scene—City Of Hope To Honor Jon Platt At Pharrell Williams-Hosted Fundraiser

Remembering Deanna Lund, Dr. Norman Friedmann and Bill Landis. Baseball’s Rod Carew and Reggie Jackson and basketball’s Bill Walton to be honored at the Harold and Carole Pump Foundation's gala Friday.

Jerry Cutler On Film & Theatre—Exciting ‘On Your Feet,’ Spirited ‘Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again,’ & Disappointing ‘Equalizer 2’

Exhilarating "On Your Toes" tells the music-filled success story of Gloria and Emilio Estefan. "Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again" lacks the original's excitement. "Equalizer 2" needs an interesting script.

Frances Allen’s Desert Roundup—Summer Is Time To ‘Experience’ The Living Desert

"Experiences" include behind-the-scenes tours, a champagne brunch and even a massage. For kids, there's Summer ZooCamp.

Film Reviews— ‘The House with a Clock in Its Walls,’ ‘The Predator’

The stars of "The House with a Clock in Its Walls" are the sets and visual effects. "The Predator" is a solid, bloody fun, sci-fi action feature.

Dishing It Up With Sharon Insul—Just Because It’s After Labor Day, Doesn’t Mean You Have To Follow The Rules

A colorful preview of fall tablescapes to come.

Conquering Stress! With Dr. Arlene—Unfinished Business Causes Stress

Do you feel that your brain is like a cluttered closet? Unfinished business causes sleepless nights, anxiety, and stress that will dominant your life, preventing you from advancing forward.

Jerry Cutler On Theatre — ‘Ain’t Too Proud’: Delivers A Smash Hit For The Ahmanson Audiences

"Ain’t Too Proud" is the quintessential essence of pride and accomplishment brought, once again, to exuberant life by “The Temptations.”

Joan Mangum’s Society Scene—Center Theatre Group Affiliates Enjoy ‘August Moon Soiree’

The ABCs (Associates for Breast and Prostate Cancer Studies) presented a $600,000 check to the John Wayne Cancer Institute at Providence Saint John’s Health Center to continue its research studies to eradicate the diseases.

Frances Allen’s Desert Roundup—Michael Childers ‘One Night Only’ To Celebrate Andrew Lloyd Webber

Broadway stars to sing in much-anticipated event to benefit the Barbara Sinatra Children’s Center. Palm Springs International Film Festival sets 2019 dates.

Nutrition Notes With Ilana Muhlstein—Six Calorie-Burning Superfoods

There is no clear-cut definition of a “superfood,” but the idea is that there are a lot of nutritional benefits packed into certain foods. The fancy term you may hear is “nutrient density.”

Dishing It Up With Sharon Insul—Change Your Tablecloth, Change Your Life

An elaborate tablescape for a fancy dinner can be edited down for a more intimate affair.

Joan Mangum’s Society Scene—City Of Hope To Honor Jon Platt At Pharrell Williams-Hosted Fundraiser

Remembering Deanna Lund, Dr. Norman Friedmann and Bill Landis. Baseball’s Rod Carew and Reggie Jackson and basketball’s Bill Walton to be honored at the Harold and Carole Pump Foundation's gala Friday.

Frances Allen’s Desert Roundup—Is An Indoor Sport Stadium Complex Coming To North Palm Desert?

On the transportation front, The Buzz is back for downtown bus service and Flixbus is offering service between L.A. and Palm Springs.
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