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  • Shoshana Roberts and the catcalls heard 'round the world

    Shoshana Roberts and the catcalls heard 'round the world
    They say they are going to rape Shoshana Roberts. She's the star of a hidden camera video that has gone viral. Posted by Hollaback!, a group that campaigns against the street harassment of women -- "catcalling" -- it shows Ms. Roberts taking a silent...
  • Recycled fashion show returns to Davie museum

    Recycled fashion show returns to Davie museum
    Call it "trash fash" or "garbage gone glam," but the recycled-upcycled-repurposed trend is going strong in Davie. That's because it's time again for Young At Art Museum's ninth annual Recycled Fashion Show. This year's event — titled "Decades...
  • Bobby Shriver Concedes As Sheila Kuehl Wins L.A. Supervisor Seat

    Sheila Kuehl, a former California state senator and assemblywoman who was a teen actress on TV's "Dobie Gillis," defeated former Santa Monica mayor Bobby Shriver in a hotly contested race for Los Angeles County Supervisor. Shriver, brother of Maria...
  • A wrenching ' 'night, Mother' at Lost Studio

    A wrenching ' 'night, Mother' at Lost Studio
    Suicidal depression is easy to overact. The temptation for an actor is to make clarifying gestures when the character's impulse isn't to explain but to withdraw. Sylva Kelegian's performance as Jessie Cates, the woman intent on killing herself in Marsha...
  • Kanye West tweets about voting and meeting President Obama

    Kanye West tweets about voting and meeting President Obama
    The 2014 midterm elections have seen a fair share of celebrities encouraging people to get out the vote. You can now add Kanye West's name to that list. Late Tuesday afternoon, West took to Twitter to alert his 10+ million followers about the democratic...
  • Maui's Upcountry: Laid-back vibe, cool breezes and farm-to-table food

    Maui's Upcountry: Laid-back vibe, cool breezes and farm-to-table food
    Some people call Maui the world's best island. Yes, it has great beaches, but to me, it also has too many people and too much traffic. And Wailea, Kaanapali and Kapalua? Beautiful but bland. I admit I enjoy visiting those resorts as much as you do....
  • How Lupita Nyong'o got over believing 'dark skin is unacceptable'

    How Lupita Nyong'o got over believing 'dark skin is unacceptable'
    Lupita Nyong'o is again getting candid about her looks and is glad she's helping redefine the standards of beauty. The Oscar winner — and¬†Glamour magazine's December cover girl — has had a whirlwind year punctuated with additional laurels...
  • CORRECTED-Fashion world bids farewell to designer Oscar de la Renta

    (Corrects spelling of Nancy Reagan's last name from Regan in paragraph 9) By Chris Francescani NEW YORK, Nov 3 (Reuters) - The fashion world mourned the loss of one of its greatest designers on Monday at the private funeral of Oscar de la Renta, who...
  • Fashion world bids farewell to designer Oscar de la Renta

    The fashion world mourned the loss of one of its greatest designers on Monday at the private funeral of Oscar de la Renta, who died of cancer last month at 82. The tall Dominican-born de la Renta dressed New York socialites, Hollywood stars and...
  • Legendary author, survivor to speak

    Legendary author, survivor to speak
    Gerda Klein, a 90-year-old Medal of Freedom recipient, author, and Holocaust survivor, will speak at an event sponsored by inSIGHT Through Education, an organization that raises funds to teach the lessons of the Holocaust and other genocides, at 7:30 p.m....
  • What makes an author talk exciting. Really.

    What makes an author talk exciting. Really.
    Martin Amis walked slowly onto the auditorium stage of the Francis W. Parker School in Lincoln Park and stared grimly into the audience. He looked the part of the austere British novelist: gray suit, blue dress shirt, no tie, white hair swept back in thin...