As a Mom, I want to be here for my kids. That means eating the right foods that will prolong my life. It also means starting them early with better habits so they don't have the same hereditary diseases that could be prevented.
On Oscar® Sunday there are only two places you want to be. Of course you would love to be sitting in the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood and watching Oscar being handed out, but if that is not an option the only other choice this year is to be at the Beverly Hilton Hotel for the Norby Walters 25th Annual Night of 100 Stars
The Australian Academy Of Cinema and Television Arts Awards had a line-up of dazzling A-listers and presenters including AACTA President Geoffrey Rush, Nicole Kidman, John Travolta and Russell Crow to name a few
Maggie Lynch crafts a delicately inspiring 76-page book of poems and photography. For You is a metaphysical journey of self-discovery and inspiration. It has a yoga-like feeling of balance and symmetry
The Story of Disneyland Collection includes rare theme park memorabilia and original concept art. This collection provides an unprecedented narrative into the story of Disneyland, with items dating back to the park’s planning stages
First Folio Theatre's presentation of Neil Simon's Laughter on the 23rd Floor gives an entertaining and thought-provoking view into the world of comedy writing set in the 1950's where television is new and McCarthyism is at the forefront
The Creative Coalition Teachers Making a Difference Luncheon at Sundance 2015 The luncheon was held at Bang & Olufsen House by Emerge. David Arquette, John Leguizamo, RJ Mitte, and Randall Emmett honored their role models at The Creative Coalition
This week I had the opportunity to speak with Megan Mayhew Bergman, author of the intriguing new short story collection, Almost Famous Women (Scribner, 2015). In her new book, she imagines the stories of all-too-little-known women...
When it comes to being phony and pretentious, few cities can compete with Los Angeles. With that comes the dilemma of going out and finding a place that doesn’t ooze those two traits. Maybe being hidden away and not trying to be glitzy and glamorous were the first two signs that Mrs. Fish was something different. Hidden in a little veil of secrecy and then combine it with a flat out cool setting, fantastic music and food that would you think has business being a club setting and you have Mrs. Fish
Andy Walmsley is bringing Myron Martin, Robin Leach, Mac King, Anita Mann, Nicole Fenton, and Bob Anderson to a Las Vegas stage - people that made and make Las Vegas the entertainment capital of the world. The event is called EntSpeaks