• Pull Up! Drive-Ins Are Back!

    Wednesday, January 27, 2021

    WE Drive-Ins Announces Exclusive Premiere Drive – In Movie Experience At Historic Landmark The Mark 302 Lot in Santa Monica, CA First Run New Hollywood Movies To Be Shown Daily Featuring Exclusive Food Partnerships with Mendocino Farms, Tocaya Organica Ben Chou, CEO of Welcome Entertainment Inc.’s WE Drive-Ins, Santa Monica, has announced an exclusive lease of the historic Santa Monica landmark Sears […]

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  • Pnina Tornai Launches 2021 Couture Bridal Collection

    Thursday, January 14, 2021

    Pnina Tornai Launches 2021 Couture Bridal Collection REMINDING BRIDES ALL OVER THE GLOBE THAT WE ARE ALL “ONE” Leading wedding dress designer, Pnina Tornai, debuts her 2021 Couture collection in New York City exclusively at Kleinfeld today.  The highly anticipated wedding dress collection, ONE, has arrived at Kleinfeld just in time for engagement season. The ONE Collection features […]

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  • ALL GOD’S CHILDREN

    Wednesday, January 6, 2021

    TIM TEBOW + TAUREN WELLS FIGHT AGAINST HUMAN TRAFFICKING In recognition of National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month, eight-time GRAMMY® nominated artist Tauren Wells and Tim Tebow Foundation President Tim Tebow recently united forces to release “All God’s Children,” a song written by Tauren Wells, Bernie Herms and Ethan Hulse to raise support in the […]

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  • RIHANNA’S FENTY SKIN GOES GLOBAL

    Tuesday, December 29, 2020

    Fenty Skin Global Retail Launch “I always want to make sure that people have access to great skincare and great beauty products. Bringing Fenty Skin to Sephora around the world, plus Boots and Harvey Nichols, means people everywhere will now have the ability to enjoy the retail experience of Fenty Skin, in addition to Fenty Beauty, […]

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Latest Issue

Oct
14

The Lost Warhols

Set in the intimate space of Teddy’s of the Roosevelt Hotel, Andy Warhol’s name and vision continues to live on and inspire others. Photographer Karen Bystedt recently rocked the pop culture world with a stunning exhibit of images of Warhol that were previously thought to be lost. More than 30 years ago, Andy posed for […]

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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 […]

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Oct
14

Fall Fashion Fix: Skingraft

By: Rebecca McQuigg Rigal Despite the fact that SoCal temperatures remain unseasonably warm well into the perennial indian summer months of September and October, the rules of fashion state that it’s never too early to start planning next season’s wardrobe.  It’s a good thing then, that fall fashion in LA has more to do with […]

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Highlights

Jan
11

DOWNTIME: ORLANDO, FL

Downtime: Orlando, FL By Francesca Merced I don’t know about you, but I always feel a little hung-over during the month of January – and it has nothing to do with an over-indulgence of alcohol. With the spectacle and festivities of the holiday season over, it’s pretty hard for me to look forward to going […]

Jan
11

MAIN COURSE: Veggie Omelette

Chef Arturo’s Veggie Omelette In today’s fast-paced world, many of us are operating on power bars and energy drinks for fuel.  But there’s no substitute for real food and, just like Mama told you when you were young, breakfast is the most important meal of the day. My Veggie Omelets recipe is loaded with fresh […]

Dec
8

2012: THE YEAR IN REVIEW

The Top 10 News Stories of 2012 History will remember 2012 as 12 months marked by victory, drama, perseverance and tragedy.  From natural disasters, to man-made debauchery, take a look at some of the stories that dominated news coverage and coffee shop discussions throughout the year.

Dec
8

TOP 5 PURSE STRINGS STORIES OF 2012

It’s no surprise that in an election year, issues such as entitlement of the rich, discrimination and workers’ rights would become part of the national conversation.  What is interesting is that all of these topics seemed more prevalently discussed among people in boardrooms than they were by the candidates on the election trail.  The battle […]