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MILA KUNIS COVERS MARIE CLAIRE NOVEMBER ‘POWER’ ISSUE ON NEWSSTANDS OCTOBER 17

MILA KUNIS COVERS MARIE CLAIRE NOVEMBER ‘POWER’ ISSUE ON NEWSSTANDS OCTOBER 17   As an actress, she’s making the comedic movies she wants (A Bad Moms Christmas in theaters November 1st), and as a producer, she’s elevating women’s roles on-screen. Building a career on her own terms is just how Mila Kunis rolls. Inside the […]

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Jimmy Steinfeldt Interviews Legendary Photographer-Art Director And First Photo Editor of SPIN Magazine George DuBose

By Jimmy Steinfeldt Los Angeles, CA (The Hollywood Times) 10/4/17 – Jimmy Steinfeldt: How often do you clean your lens? George DuBose: Everytime I use my camera, which is not so often these days. My Hasselblad lenses have the problem that the grease inside the lens gets dry and stiff from lack of use and the […]

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Happenings – Palm Springs Art Museum

September 13 – September 26, 2017  PST: LA/LA AT PALM SPRINGS ART MUSEUM Palm Springs Art Museum, Annenberg Wing Through January 15, 2018   An exciting part of the PST: LA/LA exhibition series, “Kinesthesia” is the first in-depth examination of the pioneering role played by South American artists in the global Kinetic Art movement of the 1950s and 1960s. The works […]

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CLAIRE FOY, STAR OF NETFLIX'S THE CROWN, COVER STAR OF TOWN & COUNTRY'S OCTOBER 2017 ISSUE

Golden Globe-winning actress Claire Foy, star of Netflix’s The Crown, is the cover star of Town & Country’s October 2017 issue (on newsstands September 12). In the issue, Foy opens up to T&C on her rise to fame, how she feels about Queen Elizabeth II watching The Crown, and what she has planned for life after she departs the […]

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Jim James, Jack Johnson & D.A. Pennebaker Gathered at Morrison Hotel Gallery at the Monterey Pop 50th Anniversary Celebration

Jim James and Henry Diltz courtesy of Morrison Hotel Gallery On June 18th, 1967, The Who took the stage at The Monterey Pop Festival. As Pete Townshend was smashing his guitar on stage, a young photographer from Laurel Canyon named Henry Diltz was standing on the side of the stage, watching history being made and […]

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Photographer David Magnus captures the high-water mark of the Beatles career

NEW UNRELEASED PHOTOGRAPHS OF THE BEATLES EXHIBITED AT THE MORRISON HOTEL GALLERY IN LOS ANGELES By JP Durand Los Angeles, CA (The Hollywood Times) 6/12/17 – The extent to which the Beatles continue to capture the world’s imagination, now 47 years since their breakup, is staggering.  Every so often a new remixed CD (as with […]

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