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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

Channing Tatum
Apr
3

CHANNING TATUM & MTV

 CHANNING TATUM TO RECEIVE “MTV TRAILBLAZER” AWARD AT THE “2014 MTV MOVIE AWARDS” Megastar Mila Kunis Confirmed to Present Special Award Conan O’Brien Hosts the “2014 MTV Movie Awards” LIVE On Sunday, April 13 from Los Angeles’ Nokia Theatre L.A. LIVE at 9:00 p.m. ET/PT MTV today announced that actor and producer Channing Tatum will receive the third annual [...]

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Final Photo Assets
Apr
3

I MARRIED WHO?

KELLIE MARTIN STARS IN WEDDING ROMANTIC COMEDY Fans of the ’90′s family drama “Life Goes On” will remember actress Kellie Martin in her Emmy®-nominated her role as Becca Thatcher. In addition to landing a regular role in “ER” and guest starring in such acclaimed series as “thirtysomething,” “The Tracy Ullman Show” and “Law & Order: [...]

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Apr
2

EVOLUTION OF THE PARTY DRESS

20TH CENTURY STYLE: PARTY DRESSES By Kasie Le Nguyen Centuries ago, lest you were royalty, it would have been impossible for you to have multiple wardrobes – let alone several pieces for just special occasions. As we entered into the 20th century, however, social mobility gave rise to a new definition of consumerism. Mass production [...]

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Highlights

Filmmaking pioneer Mary Pickford
Jul
10

ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: WOMEN IN FILM

Independent Women…in Film! By Drew Dorsey During the month of July, Wiles Magazine revels in a month-long celebration of  independent thinkers, voices and expression. What better way to celebrate independent expression than with independent films?  But what exactly are independent films?  Independent films are typically created outside the major film studio structure. They tend to have a more [...]

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Jul
10

PURSE STRINGS: MAKING MUSIC

MAKING MUSIC WITH MIKE ELIZONDO By Teryl Warren You’ve seen the super stars in concerts and on award shows, but how much do you know about the people behind the scenes who help them get to the top of the charts? From musicians to songwriters and sound engineers, it takes a team of talented artists to [...]

Dalai Lama
Jul
9

WORLD VIEW: FEMALE DALAI LAMA?

Dalai Lama Successor… Could  Be a Woman? By Rashida Wallace The dinner menu from a political fundraiser in Sydney, Australia recently went viral after many discovered the name of one of the entrées was the “Julia Gillard Kentucky Fried Quail: small breasts, huge thighs, and a big red box.” It seems that this menu item [...]

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Jul
9

WOMEN,SPORTS & SOCIETY

            WOMEN, SPORTS & SOCIETY: A LOOK AT ESPN FILMS’ SERIES NINE FOR XI By Teryl Warren In 1972, then-President Richard Nixon signed Title IX – a law that barred gender discrimination in all aspects of education in schools that receive federal aid – and, in the process, greatly expanded athletic opportunities for women. In [...]