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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.

Conquering Stress! With Dr. Arlene – Steve Jobs’ Unique Decisions Cause Stress

Steve Jobs' unique combination of behaviors including indecision,delay, and denial determined his fate.An analysis of Jobs' behavior will illuminate the shock,anxiety,and stress Jobs created after he was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer.I unraveled the untold story.Y ou might be able to do,what Jobs could not:beat cancer. Find out how.

Theatre Review—Exuberant, Enthusiastic ‘Fiddler On The Roof’ At The Pantages

The iconic musical soars throughout the evening with the audience member mouthing the words to beloved songs like "If I Were A Rich Man," "Sunrise, Sunset" and "Tradition" and laughing along with Joseph Stein's uproarious book.

Joan Mangum’s Society Scene —Colleagues Name Marlo Thomas A ‘Champion Of Children’

Songstress Toni Braxton to be honored at the Lupus LA Orange Ball on May 4. Laugh Factory founder Jamie Masada received the Rodney Respect Award at the Los Angeles City College Foundation gala.

Dishing It Up With Sharon Insul—A Flower Garden Tablescape With Some Surprises

Pastel-colored stemware, dinnerware in fresh yellow, crisp white, lime and sage green and hand-thrown turquoise pots highlight the natural greens in this fresh tablescape.

Joan Mangum’s Society Scene—Otis College To Mark Centennial With Benefit, Fashion Show

Comedian Kevin Nealon and top-selling group Wilson Phillips to headline Women's Guld of Cedars-Sinai's annual gala.

Conquering Stress! With Dr. Arlene — All Stereotyping And Labeling Cause Stress

The hallmarks of discrimination are stereotyping and labeling which the media's rhetoric reinforces. Why does the discrimination that Emerson observed150 years ago still exist today? Find out.

Frances Allen’s Desert Roundup—Living Desert Welcomes Latest Addition

A yet-to-be-named female giraffe calf was born to father, Hesabu (Heh-SAW-boo) and mother Dadisi (Da-dee-see). At birth, she was just over six-feet and weighted in at 150 pounds.

Jerry Cutler On Film—‘Hotel Mumbai’ Is A Thrilling, Non-Stop Action Drama

Dishing It Up With Sharon Insul—Some Like It Hot … Or Not!

Is a tablescape with brilliant fuchsia, burnt orange and cobalt blue too bright for spring?

Joan Mangum’s Society Scene—Marlo Thomas Is Colleagues’ ‘Champion’

Writers In Treatment honors actress Jodie Sweetin. Freedom's Foundation recognizes Operation Gratitude founder Carolyn Blashek, six-time Academic Decathalon-winning coach Michael C. Jones and TV host Wink Martindale.
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