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In June of 2008, the Pew Research Center boldly stated that baby boomers were “the gloomiest generation.”
Across the nation, Mimi’s Cafe’s guests and teammates “put their hearts up” to support American Heart Association’s® Go Red For Women® movement in February, raising a total of $158,000
Environmental group Heal the Bay announced today the release of its 12-year scientific study of the Malibu Creek Watershed in the Santa Monica Mountains, one of Los Angeles’ last relatively untouched open spaces
Peter Quilter's Bio-musical End of the Rainbow provides an front row seat to the spectacular talent and deteriorating life of America's First Sweetheart, Judy Garland
It's difficult to connect with the past of only two or three generations ago. For filmmaker Walter Dominguez, preserving the memory of his grandfather was the initial impulse behind the documentary “Weaving the Past: Journey of Discovery.”
On Saturday evening, March 16th, 2013, The Farhang Foundation, in collaboration with the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA), kicked-off its 5th Annual Nowruz (Iranian New Year) Celebration. Festivities continued through the following day
The HRC, the nation's largest LGBT civil rights organization, today announced their 2013 LA Gala will celebrate the plaintiffs challenging Prop. 8 before the U.S. Supreme Court. The dinner is their last public event before they head to Washington
At "Untapped Fashion & Music" the fashion & music worlds merge and designers showcase their collection via a LIVE photo-shoot by a world renowned photographer.
The Human Rights Campaign, the nation’s largest lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) civil rights organization, today announced the 2013 Los Angeles Gala on Saturday March 23 at the JW Marriott L.A. Live Hotel will celebrate Kris Perry & Sandy Stier and Paul Katami & Jeff Zarrillo, the four California plaintiffs challenging Prop. 8 before the U.S. Supreme Court
Beyond the Stage Productions' RENT Revival Raises Critical Funding for Los Angeles Outreach Organization The Stigma Project
Los Angeles residents were overtaken by the sights and sounds of Explore Alberta: A festival of Alberta Canada's top summer experiences. A large stage featured Japanese drummers, country artists and a variety of other acts.
Courtesy of playwright Samuel D. Hunter’s layered dialogue and especially Matthew Arkin’s phenomenal lead performance, The Whale is a careful exploration of how redemption is sought and earned
"Dirty Filthy Love Story" is a dark yet charming love story that quickly takes a turn for the worst is filled with laughter and heartfelt moments.
Tinsel town at it’s best: designers who design clothes to create an allure and a phantasie world not only for celebrities on the red carpet but also for the day- to day customer.
Project Ethos Takes Over Avalon in an eclectic evening celebrating the Fate of Fashion, Music and Art
OUTFEST ANNOUNCES FUSION LAB: THE FIRST EVER LGBT CINEMA AND MEDIA WORKSHOP IN HIGHLAND PARK. FREE SEMINARS FOR EMERGING ARTISTS TAUGHT BY OUTFEST ALUMNI FILMMAKERS
Based upon the goal to encourage, empower, and engage, the ‘Women Like Us Foundation’ is a non-profit organization that looks to change and influence young women both locally and globally
Banana Republic and Coco Rocha Presents the Mad Man Collection at the Grove
Since the early 1900’s, International Women’s Day has grown to become an official holiday in much of the world. In the United States, March is “Women’s History Month.” LADYHOUSE BLUES celebrates women during “Women’s History Month”
Overbearing roommates: just awkward or truly psychotic?