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School galas shine with future artists and alumni; charities hear from space scientist, view fashion, enjoy opera and honor local history

School galas shine with future artists and alumni; charities hear from space scientist, view fashion, enjoy opera and honor local history

| May 30, 2024 | 0 Comments

Guests were welcomed into the Avalon Hollywood by a student-led strings orchestra for the annual LACHSA Future Artists Gala. LACHSA (Los Angeles County High School for the Arts) is a tuition-free high school. Founded nearly 40 years ago, the conservatory-style school focuses on dance, theater, music, visual arts and cinematic arts. Students are accepted based […]

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Bittersweet end to high school; seniors head off to college

Bittersweet end to high school; seniors head off to college

| May 30, 2024 | 0 Comments

Immaculate Heart will graduate 123 young women on Tues., June 4, at 8 p.m. under the stage lights at the Hollywood Bowl. Immaculate Heart is only one of two schools allowed this honor at the Bowl.Commencement speaker Lucie Arnaz is no stranger to the stage. The daughter of actors Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz, she’s […]

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Big Sunday; ‘Sisters;’ drums and beer on St. Patrick’s Day

Big Sunday; ‘Sisters;’ drums and beer on St. Patrick’s Day

| March 28, 2024 | 0 Comments

Hundreds of supporters gathered in Candela La Brea’s giant ballroom on March 14 to support Big Sunday, one of the country’s top organizations for connecting people to volunteer opportunities. The ninth annual gala proudly celebrated 25 years of building communities, improving lives and giving people a sense of purpose. Honored at this year’s event were […]

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Politics, comedy, birthdays and benefit events fill calendars

Politics, comedy, birthdays and benefit events fill calendars

| February 29, 2024 | 0 Comments

Locals gathered in the expansive garden of the historic Windsor Square home of Kevin MacLellan and Brian Curran on Jan. 27. Their “O’Melveny House,” named for its original owner, pioneer Los Angeles lawyer H.W. O’Melveny, was moved from the Westlake neighborhood to South Plymouth Boulevard in 1930. The reception was organized for friends to meet […]

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’Twas merry and bright and festive with family and friends

’Twas merry and bright and festive with family and friends

| December 28, 2023 | 0 Comments

It was a merry and bright evening in Brookside on Dec. 3, when Santa, Mrs. Claus, and two shiny white steeds came trotting down Tremaine Avenue to bring the little ones joy, Christmas spirit and a bit of off-key singing. The horses, of Dream Catchers Carriages, waited patiently while families took turns climbing and disembarking […]

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GirlsBuild summit focused on empowering young women

GirlsBuild summit focused on empowering young women

| November 30, 2023 | 0 Comments

One thousand girls from schools throughout Los Angeles filled the Academy Museum’s David Geffen Theater on Nov. 13 for a citywide summit organized by GirlsBuild. The annual event brings young women together with prominent female figures in the community. The girls gathered to hear Los Angeles Mayor Karen Bass, the first woman to hold this […]

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