Gloria Steinem launched the pioneering, feminist Msmagazine, which tackled such subjects as domestic violence and other pertinent issues of the day as well as participating in the creation of New York magazine for which she wrote a political column
Dane, a popular high school student, dies unexpectedly after a conference with his English teacher, Larry. The resulting emotionally-charged encounters reveals how choices in life can lead to missed opportunities.
local hip hop dancers and models marched and danced up and down Robertson Blvd. All I could see were swirls of fabric and color, the energy of the movement, and what was that...Christmas ornaments' and Santa Clause
Buckle your seat belts and get ready for the ride of your life. High energy, quick witted, charming, and undeniably talented LA based musical act ‘The Shakers’ prepares as they get ready to hit the stage once again for an exhilarating performance
Interview with jazz singer, Landau Eugene Murphy Jr. - the America's Got Talent winner tells his story of starting at the bottom and making it to the top and then performs at the Catalina Jazz Club in Hollywood to celebrate his thirty-ninth birthday
A nominee for this year’s Teen Choice Awards, presented an exclusive musical showcase and red-carpet event at the Gibson Guitar Showroom in Beverly Hills. Proceeds from the event benefit her charitable initiative, The Carrie Ann Inaba Animal Project
Evolution International Film Festival is founded by Los Angeles Film School graduate Elvi Cano that brilliantly collaborated a film festival of high-quality foreign films to touch the hearts of their audience.
One of the largest fashion exposition in the world which attracts over 250,000 fashionistas, celebrities, designers, buyers and media, will have a separate live fashion series staged around “V” by Rob Bennett’s incredible fashion collection
Los Angeles’ natives, The Neighbourhood gathered in the Red Bull Studio to give fans a sneak peek on what the meaning behind the name, what makes them unique, and what is to come for The Neighbourhood in their ever so bright ‘black and white’ future