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Pedro Almodóvar, award winning Spanish film director, screenwriter and producer at Taschen Beverly Hills to promote his new book The Pedro Almodovar Archives with Antonio Banderas, star of Almodóvar’s latest new film "The Skin I Live In"
Amanda Valdes, South Florida artist with a style all her own. Her dark, provocative, waif-like female characters she creates are a flight of the imagination, full of expression, bordering on both reality and fantasy.
a Steven Bochco murder mystery, which keeps you guessing as it takes you down a twisty murder investigation. It is very Hollywood, very sexy, somewhat vulgar, full of morally challenged characters, and lots of fun.
Kermit Meyers, a retired entrepreneur, came up with an idea that has helped 100,000 at-risk students learn to read
Everyday activities that require little effort, such as climbing stairs or showering, become nearly impossible to execute
Windows on the War: Soviet TASS Posters at Home and Abroad, 1941-1945, an exhibition currently at The Art Institute of Chicago is an amazing story both in the way it came to be and in what it reveals
The auction, widely embraced by the art community and leading collectors as a showcase of art trends, will feature more than 100 works by emerging and mid-career artists, as well as celebrated luminaries including Lita Albuquerque,James Rosenquist and Shepard Fairey
An unusual tale of an artist and a professor with the same name living across the world from one another
John Mariani, renowned restaurant critic for Esquire magazine, is hosting an intimate dinner at Culina restaurant to celebrate the release of his new book, How Italian Food Conquered the World
Local craft makers got together for the Renegade Craft Fair, featuring rows of vendors selling their artfully handmade crafts and goods.
The Help, written by Kathryn Stockett, attempts to add depth to the American story of integration by portraying the complex relationships between black and white women behind the smokescreen of the Civil Rights movement
The eighth annual gathering at the West Caldwall Public Library featured readings by some 24 of the best New Jersey/Metro New York City poets and celebrated 12 publications that help promote their work
Since 1982, Carolyne Barry and her workshops have been one of the most successful independent full training programs in Hollywood
Called the "entrepreneur's entrepreneur" by Ernst & Young's James Turney, money manager wizard and long-standing philanthropist shares his success stories, talks about giving back
New children's book - Hooper Finds a Family
The Ligne Agency and 0Three Media, collaborated with the Fabien Castanier Gallery to host the solo Exhibition for German-born Maximilian Wiedemann
The annual gathering of the Publishing industry opened this year with brisk traffic, something for everyone
The activities from “Smart Is as Smart Does” by Pat Battaglia, aka Dr. Fun are intriguing and rewarding even when I have to look up the answers
Litterati glitterati were shining, celebrations were happening, and exquisitely beautiful books and other delights were in abundance this year