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Carol Jean Delmar on Opera—The Domingo Scandal —A Developing Story

No, It's not okay. But why now? And simply, why?

Film Reviews—‘Good Boys’ Lives Up To Its Name, ‘Racing’ Is A Close-To-Earth Dog Movie

Hijinks of pre-teen trio make for entertaining fun in "Good Boys." Dog story "Racing in the Rain" is shallow, but ultimately disquises a deeper humanity.

Nutrition Notes With Ilana Muhlstein—Why Not Sleeping Gets In The Way Of Weight Loss

A lack of sleep causes the body to decrease levels of leptin and increase the levels of ghrelin in the body, making you feel extra hungry.

Joan Mangum’s Society Scene—Magicians Foundation Celebrates Soapy Smith To Help Fellow Magicians

The Inner Circle of Hollywood’s legendary Magic Castle was turned into a 19th century gaming hall to raise funds for The Dai Vernon Foundation. Friends of Robinson Gardens dinner thanks supporters of the restoration and preservation of Robinson Gardens and its children’s program.

Jerry Cutler On Theater—‘The Play That Goes Wrong’ Doesn’t Do That And Becomes A Tribute To Perfect Timing

The actors appearing in "The Murder At Haversham Manor" absolutely kill this play within a play much to the delight of the audience and each other.

Dishing It Up With Sharon Insul—Enjoying The ‘Flight of The Flames’

Candles strategically placed create an invisible thread that just begs guests to sit back and bask in the joy of the gathering.

Frances Allen’s Desert Roundup—Living Desert, Art Museum Members Get Both For Free

Now, through Sept. 30 members of The Living Desert and the Palm Springs Art Museum are being offered free admission to both establishments. Electronic dance music fills venues for Splash House 2019 weekend.

Carol Jean Delmar On Opera — ‘Pavarotti’ Documentary Hits All The Right Notes

"Pavarotti" moved me deeply, and I didn’t look for flaws. I just wanted to listen to Luciano Pavarotti’s gorgeous voice.

Film Review —A Now Less ‘Secret Life’

"The Secret Life of Pets 2" branches out with three separate plot lines - they don't always mesh and just seem like excuses for animal hijinks.

Conquering Stress! With Dr. Arlene – Stress Avoidance Causes Stress

Stress is a global epidemic. Are we walking down the Stress on Steroids Road? If we continue on that treacherous journey,we will not be fit to function. Switch to the Stress-Busters Road. Then, immediately stop all negative self-talk focused on stress avoidance. Gradually, your mind, brain, and body will make significant changes, as you behave differently. Watch your new self emerge.

Carol Jean Delmar On Opera—Marta Domingo’s Updated ‘La Traviata’ Gets Better With Age

Updated to the Roaring Twenties with opulent sets and costumes, this "La Traviata," starring Adela Zaharia, makes sense, fits, and respects Verdi's music.

Joan Mangum’s Society Scene—Lupus LA’s Orange Ball Honors Toni Braxton, More

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater L.A. honors Mike Daly and Trisha Cardoso. Sugar Ray Leonard Foundation sets “Big Fighters, Big Cause” for May 22 to fight pediatric type 1 and 2 diabetes.

Film Review—Is ‘A Dog’s Journey’ Worth Taking?

It's not exactly the most complex story, and in many ways, the beats of this film echo the beats of its predecessor, "A Dog's Purpose." And the film doesn't outstay its welcome.

Nutrition Notes With Ilana Muhlstein—Surprising Ways To Exercise

It's easy to work simple exercise trips into your day.

Dishing It Up With Sharon Insul—For Mother’s Day, Let Her Eat Cake, As Much As She Wants

Mothers, step-mothers, grand/great grandmothers, and others who have filled-in-the-gap as mother figures have championed us in the face of adversity and their applause resonates loudest with our victories.

Frances Allen’s Desert Roundup—Broadway Stars Come Out For ‘One Night Only’

The Michael Childers helmed event, where Broadway stars perform one showstopper each, has brought in almost $13 million for various charities and performing arts centers.
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