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By Jill Weinlein, 12/18/2014

Breakfast with Santa Come enjoy a festive meal with Santa on Saturday, Dec. 20 at the Richstone Family Center. This annual event is from 9 to 11 a.m. and provides gifts and fun “together time” for families in need. More than 400 children and their families, individuals, companies, and organizations donated toys, clothing, and supplies [...] [...more]

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Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse now serving lunch

By Jill Weinlein, 12/18/2014

Beverly Hills is known for some of the finest steakhouses, and a few are chain restaurants, dispelling the myth that restaurant groups are about quantity and not quality. One of the best is Fleming’s, known for its elegant interior and attentive service. A friend and I recently enjoyed a birthday lunch at Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse [...] [...more]

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Menorah lighting and family fun for the holidays at Farmers Market

12/18/2014

The Original Farmers Market, corner of 3rd and Fairfax, is celebrating its 80th holiday season with music and fun activities, a family Hanukkah celebration and the Dickensian carolers. The holiday activities kick off Friday, Dec. 19 and run through Dec. 24. The entertainment includes strolling carolers, a jazz trio, country band, the “Mele Kalikimaka” Holiday [...] [...more]

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Baby, it’s cold outside, so warm up at the new Ford’s Filling Station at JW Marriott

12/18/2014

Ford’s Filling Station L.A. LIVE The JW Marriott Los Angeles L.A. LIVE opened on December 10, featuring a new concept from chef and restaurateur, Ben Ford. An evolution of Ford’s original vision, the signature restaurant showcases sustainable, regional cuisine and a new cocktail program. Developed with both the local community and business traveler in mind, [...] [...more]

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‘The Hobbit’ ends on a ‘Star Wars’ note

By Tim Posada, 12/18/2014

­­­­I remember the joy I felt when the first “Lord of the Rings” trailer appeared. While George Lucas eroded the “Star Wars” franchise with ill-fated prequels and “The Matrix” lost steam after its initial premiere, “Lord of the Rings” kept the magic alive for three films (all three deserved Best Picture wins, not just the [...] [...more]

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Corday exhibit explores metals, touch

By Jonathan Van Dyke, 12/18/2014

The Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) presents an exhibit titled “Christine Corday: Protoist Series, Selected Forms” running through April 5. The exhibit is the first solo presentation by the artist in a museum in the United States. The term “protoist,” coined by Corday, describes forms in and out of a solid state, and is the title [...] [...more]

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CAPE Holiday Party says farewell to director

12/18/2014

Attendees of The Coalition of Asian Pacifics in Entertainment (CAPE) Holiday Party this month at the El Rey Theatre gathered to say goodbye to outgoing executive director Jennifer Sanderson. The event included music, drinks, networking and dancing and all the proceeds went to the organization’s #IAm Campaign. The Coalition of Asian Pacifics in Entertainment, founded [...] [...more]

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CHLA Helping Hands continues its mission

12/18/2014

Children’s Hospital Los Angeles (CHLA) has launched the Helping Hands Fund to continue its 113-year mission of providing quality care to children, regardless of insurance or ability to pay. RE/MAX and The Goldwin Foundation kicked off the campaign recently by donating  $200,000 and $100,000, respectively. “Our mission is sustained through philanthropy, the support of the [...] [...more]

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Sound Stage quartet serenades chamber

By Jonathan Van Dyke, 12/18/2014

The Miracle Mile Chamber of Commerce hosted its annual holiday party on Dec. 11 at Olympia Medical Center. Guests were treated to a performance by a barbershop quartet called Sound Stage (pictured), enjoyed lunch, and learned about programs being conducted by Big Sunday, a philanthropic organization based on Melrose Avenue that helps at-risk individuals and [...] [...more]

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Master Chorale celebrates holiday season with ‘Messiah’

12/18/2014

The Los Angeles Master Chorale, led by artistic director Grant Gershon, presents a performance of Handel’s “Messiah” on Sunday, Dec. 21 at 7 p.m., in the Walt Disney Concert Hall. Forty members of the chorus’ orchestra will perform, along with soloists Christina Bristow, Niké St. Clair, Arnold Livingston Geis and Chung Uk Lee. Composed in [...] [...more]

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