Ben Ellerbrock had the choice between either cooking or acting class in high school. When the speech and debate team was full, he arrived at theater his freshman year only after his counselor told him that cooking would not fit in with his class schedule.
Hoards of zebra print leggings and crimped curls teased to lions’ mane proportions roamed rampant outside the lined gates of the Los Angeles Zoo.
But rather than a scene of a mass animal outbreak, the commotion belonged only to ’80s-clad zoo-goers queued up Friday for the zoo’s final event of its annual summer music series: Roaring Nights.
When she was 19 years old, Rachel Lloyd finally escaped the life in which she had grown up – commercial sexual exploitation.
Four years later, as a survivor, Lloyd founded Girls Educational and Mentoring Services (GEMS) in New York in 1998 in order to help and empower girls and young women like herself who’d been domestically trafficked and commercially sexually exploited.
Deborah Landis’ decision to move to UCLA from New York City stemmed from her dream to be part of Hollywood. A self-proclaimed costume designer at birth, Landis said she has always understood that the key difference between costume design and fashion design is the element of make-believe and fantasy – to breathe life into characters.
‘Twas the season to be jolly.
But now, as the last of the fa la la’s echo 2014 out the door, one may find him or herself left with an old copy of Charles Dickens from a best friend’s annual white elephant gift exchange or a frumpy, oversized sweater from Grandma that hasn’t made any good fashion statements since 1993.
When the William Andrews Clark Memorial Library was built in 1924, it began what would eventually be an abounding testament of California’s history.
On Wednesday, the Clark Library will hold its fourth annual open house as well as a quarterly lecture on the library’s first head librarian, Robert E.
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