The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles (MOCA) hosted the 9th MOCA Distinguished Women in the Arts Luncheon last week in Beverly Hills.
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Spring is here, and with it comes a slew of exciting art exhibitions debuting around the world. Here are the shows you can’t afford to miss.
Where you stay when you travel is as much a part of who you are as your home. If the view from your room doesn’t include an instantly recognizable landmark that places you at the epicenter of the action, you are in the wrong room and the wrong hotel. In Paris, at the Ritz, the fabled quarters of Coco Chanel face the Place de la Concorde and in India, at the Oberoi Amarvilas in Agra, the Kohinoor suite overlooks the Taj Mahal.
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Tinseltown is at its buzziest during awards season when each and every star truly comes out to play. If you’re invited to the red carpet galas and can get behind the velvet rope, kudos! If you can’t, you can still expect to see the A-list out and about at these five celeb beloved hot spots.
Wilbur Ross has just landed in Palm Beach, back from his weekly commute to his office in New York. Even though he’s a New York investment titan with $10 billion under his control, he’s also a tennis-playing Florida resident who manages to play twice a day, three days a week.
It was Beatle mania in the auction world last week. An electric guitar played by George Harrison on British television before the band’s U.S. “invasion” sold for a whopping $657,000 during a New York auction, surpassing pre-sale estimates. Originally, Julien’s Auctions had valued the black-and-white…Read The Full Post
Polaroid Fotobar innovative flagship location is now open in the heart of the Las Vegas Strip.
For all you lovebirds out there, that special day is quickly approaching. The day that can make or break a blooming relationship or add some much needed sparks to a more established one. I’m talking about February 14 of course, also known as Valentine’s Day.…Read The Full Post
The TJ Martell Foundation raised more than $1 million for leukemia, cancer and AIDS research at its annual Artworks for the Cure event last week.