A Rare Look Inside the Life of Marilyn Monroe
Nov28

A Rare Look Inside the Life of Marilyn Monroe

A Hollywood Vassarette “Debutante” brassiere, style number 1225 in a size 36C, will go on auction next month in Beverly Hills. The dreamy, nude-colored underwire with mesh cups—which sold for a mere $5.95 in the 1950s—is expected to fetch upwards of $800., and is just one of the 329 items up for auction that once belonged to Marilyn Monroe. Part of the “Icons and Idols: Hollywood” series, Julien’s of Beverly Hills will unearth a...

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L.A. Galaxy’s Kenney Walker & CoachUp
Nov25

L.A. Galaxy’s Kenney Walker & CoachUp

All athletes strive to ultimately achieve greatness. Most can recall when they went from good to great and who it was that took them there. Parents of athletes yearn to give this to their children but it takes a keen eye and selflessness to recognize when it’s time to pass the torch to a professional. Antonio Oropeza realized this for his son Antonio Jr. and his team The Melbourne City FC. and sought out CoachUp. CoachUp helps...

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Honoring the Honorable
Nov19

Honoring the Honorable

Air Force veteran Warren Weinstein enjoys Monday mornings at the West Hills Wendy’s fast food restaurant where, for more than a decade, a group of about 75 Southern California veterans calling themselves Wings Over Wendy’s has been meeting to swap war stories and camaraderie. “I’m in awe of some of these gentlemen,” Weinstein says. “They’re in their 90’s, and being a pilot, particularly a B-17 and B-29 pilot, I was talking to some of...

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Jennie Garth: So Cal Life Mag Cover Story
Nov17

Jennie Garth: So Cal Life Mag Cover Story

When Jennie Garth puts on a hard hat, she means business — a powerful lady engaged in the complete renovation of a Hollywood Hills home for her three kids, calling the shots in front of a crew and the television viewers of HGTV’s The Jennie Garth Project. For Garth, it’s an opportunity to empower women everywhere, the way her dad showed her growing up. She’s worked on other homes before, although never done a...

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Words With So Cal Friends
Nov10

Words With So Cal Friends

Here in Southern California, we’re all practically one big clique of friends. We understand each other in ways East-Coasters can only dream. And do you know why? Because we have our own lingo and colloquialisms that are as “gnarly” as they are ergonomic. By truncating unnecessarily long words to mostly monosyllables, we make fewer facial expressions, and therefore maintain our immaculate and wrinkle-free skin. Crows feet are for...

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