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    The Death of Natalie Wood

    Friday, August 3, 2018

    New Podcast Series “Fatal Voyage: The Mysterious Death Of Natalie Wood” Unearths ew Evidence In Unsolved Homicide Case Of Hollywood Starlet’s Death Fatal Voyage: The Mysterious Death of Natalie Wood” — a new 12-part audio documentary series that takes listeners on a real-time investigation into the 1981 Natalie Wood’s death — has gripped the nation. Since [...]

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    The Power of Oui

    Friday, August 3, 2018

    Experience The Power of Oui in Juicy Couture’s NEW Fragrance Campaign Iconic Los Angeles fashion house, Juicy Couture, along with leading global beauty company Revlon, launches the campaign for the new fragrance, Oui Juicy Couture, featuring Brand Ambassadors Devon Windsor, India Graham, Gizele Oliveira, and Luping Wang. Shot by famed photographer, director, and illustrator Quentin Jones, the edgy pop-art-esque campaign is refreshingly modern and [...]

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    SALT ‘N PEPA PERFORM

    Friday, August 3, 2018

    Hip-Hop Legends Salt-N-Pepa to Headline the House by Heineken® at Outside Lands Festival Hot on the heels of the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, Heineken® will once again bring the fan-favorite House by Heineken experience to the Outside Lands Music and Arts Festival in San Francisco on August 10-12. Festival attendees 21 and over can kick back [...]

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Latest Issue

Key to finance
Jun
12

FINANCIAL E.S.P.

FINANCIAL E.S.P. By Charles White Webster’s dictionary defines Extra Sensory Perception (ESP) as the ability to know things (such as what another person is thinking or  what will happen in the future) that cannot be known by normal use of  the senses.  This is a good definition for someone who is trying to perceive the [...]

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Time to Act
Jun
12

WORLD VIEW: END SEXUAL VIOLENCE

CAMPAIGN TO STOP RAPE LAUNCHES PHOTO EXHIBIT AT GLOBAL SUMMIT The International Campaign to Stop Rape & Gender Violence in Conflict today launched the multimedia exhibit Beauty in the Middle: Women of Speak Out at the Global Summit to End Sexual Violence in Conflict. A few hours before the launch, British Foreign Affairs Minister William Hague and [...]

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Photo courtesy of: covenantrelationships.org
Jun
10

WHO’S YOUR DADDY?

WHAT HE WANTS: WHO’S YOUR DADDY? By Marc Alexander It sounds like a funny question, but it’s one a lot of women should ask themselves when they are about to take the plunge in a relationship. Honestly, I cringe when I hear a grown woman call a man “Daddy.” Sure, they may be just playing, [...]

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Highlights

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Oct
14

Health & Wellness: Fall Into Tea

FALL INTO TEA By Beverly Calero It’s that time of year, again: grab the scarves, sweaters, mittens and mufflers. The days are getting shorter and the nights are growing colder. As we search our grocery store aisles for hot chocolate and pumpkin anything to keep us warm, it’s easy to reach for calore-laden comfort drinks as [...]

CHRISTINE YOO, FILMMAKER
Sep
18

Socialite Spotlight: Christine Yoo

By: Ra’Kenna Joseph   Wiles caught up with American writer, director, and producer extraordinaire Christine Yoo to talk weddings and her new feature film Wedding Palace that will be in select theaters September 27th. (Yoo also distributed the film.)   Wiles: Tell us about your new movie. Yoo: Wedding Palace has been called the Korean-American “My [...]

SharonStone
Sep
18

FASHION & BEAUTY: GLAMORAMA 2013

Macy’s Passport Presents Glamorama 2013 illuminated downtown Los Angeles with this year’s theme “Fashion in a New Light” at the Orpheum Theatre on Thursday, September 12. The star-studded fundraiser, which also visits Minneapolis, Chicago and San Francisco, brought together musical performances, the best of fall fashion, and the most glam after-party in town for one [...]

Japanese mother and child
Sep
14

WORLD VIEW: JAPAN’S WORKING MOMS

Japan’s Working Moms By Rashida Wallace  The employment rate among Japanese women is currently at the lowest rate compared to other developed economies, including the United States. The reason being is that after the birth of a Japanese woman’s first child, two-thirds of these women leave the workforce for years, and some leave permanently. According to [...]