The 28th annual AIDS Walk Los Angeles kicked off today in West Hollywood drawing large crowds of 30,000 men, women, and children. Special Appearances by several celebrities including Corbin Bleu, Wayne Brady, Drew Carey, Eric Garcetti, Richard Simmons, Peter Gallagher, Hamish Linklater, Gabriel Mann, Alex Newell, Pauley Perrette, Jal Rodriguez and more!
This summer I will be interning at CBS News in London. Click here to read all about the adventures!
EMILIE LIVINGSTON KNEW AT TWO YEARS OLD SHE WANTED TO BE A PERFOMER, SHE ALSO LEARNED AN IMPORTANT LESSION: TO MAKE YOUR DREAMS COME TRUE… SOMETIMES YOU HAVE TO BE A LITTLE… FLEXIBLE.
THE BOY SCOUTS. THE CATHOLIC CHURCH. THE SCHOOLS. EVIDENCE SHOWS PREDATORS ARE LURKING IN THE PLACES OUR CHILDREN SHOULD BE SAFE.
ANNENBERG’S CHHAYA NENE SHOWS US A FEW PEOPLE WHO ARE WORKING TO PROVIDE A SAFE PLACE FOR CHILDREN.
Dozens of Hollywood’s hottest celebrities gathered together on the red carpet for the 19th Annual Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Award was held at the Shrine Auditorium, on the University of Southern California’s campus, Sunday January 27th.
STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math and the United States is in danger of falling behind of countries like China and India if it does not support the youth population financially and economically. A student at the University of Southern California and NBA legend Kareem Abdul-Jabbar took a stand to draw attention to the STEM fields– take a look.
A shooting at Sandyhook Elementary in Newtown Connecticut has left 30+ people dead including 18 children. A question that immediately followed this tragedy is ‘how do we prevent future shootings?’
“Melissa Jawaharlal, a student at the University of Southern California decided to make a difference in the STEM fields when she opened her very own STEM Center to help and excite children. Jawaharlal’s Center has taken a very technical field and made it fun for students through the use of robotics and Legos…”
Welcome to a party that was so popular the Fire Marshall stopped letting everyone in! Here are some of the highlights! (Start at the bottom for the very beginning)
Antonio Banderas is more than just ‘Zorro’ or ‘Puss and Boots’ he is a sommelier! Click here to see Antonio Banderas Buzzwords and what his favorite part of the wine making process is!
The Space Shuttle Endeavour traveled thousands of miles in space before landing in Los Angeles and reaching its final destination at the California Science Center. Its trip caused several traffic delays and had people wondering if they would get a good view of it.
Does your job involve putting your neck on the line? Meet a boy who risks his life every day.
The Miami Hurricanes take tailgating almost as seriously as they do the game. If you’ve ever been to the game the bus ride and the party before the game is not to be missed.
Student Government is an important organization at any university. In England, elections and election night can get very rowdy. Take a look.
In today’s media world, the demand for an online presence has grown. But does this demand blur the line between what/who is private or public? Sean Gunn, Johnathon Schaech, and Troy Quinn chime in on the debate.
Supernmodel turned mogul and cover of Forbes magazine, Kathy Ireland has long dealt with the distinction between the private and public realm. Ireland gives an interesting perspective as to how one of the realms can be turned on it’s head.
The 2012 Amstel Light Burger Bash presented by the Allen Brothers and hosted by Rachel Ray was said to be the most anticipated event of the South Beach Wine and Food Festival. It certainly lived up to its reputation!
The old Wilshire Grand will no longer be a part of the Los Angeles skyline. A new hotel will be built as a way of renovating the hotel and as a way of increasing jobs in the city of Los Angeles.
Millenial voters in the 2012 election are estimated to make the largest difference in the election, hear why vocalist Taboo (Black Eyed Peas) believes you can make a difference.
The arts and music in LAUSD are in danger. Celebrities have stepped in to save the day, see how they helped Rosewood Elementary.
Animal Activists protested outside of Farmer John’s meat packing plant in Vernon California. The day was emotional for all those involved especially the two women who were arrested.
Customers come expecting fair prices, good service, and to see the same face they’ve seen for years. At Hobart’s Auto Mechanic and Tire Center that’s exactly what they’ll get. General Manager Arthur Stepanyan states why he loves the business.
Prince William County is one of the nation’s top counties in terms of highest average income and donated $141,189 in political contributions toward the 2012 elections, which was about three times as much as other counties. Most of the Democrats and Republicans we interviewed made small financial donations to the political campaigns.
Betty Gleaton, owner of ‘Pocket Full of Posies’ —a family owned floral shop in Golden, CO— is upset that President Barack Obama visited her town Thursday. Several local businesses small business owners in Golden are unhappy with the president and his policies, according to Gleaton.
John Carr, a branch manager at Enterprise Rent-A-Car in Fairfax, Virginia, could care less that Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney chose Fairfax as a stop in his campaign trail. The majority of Virginians, especially in Fairfax tend to lean towards Romney, while a few closer to Washington D.C. support President Barack Obama, according to Carr.
Diwali comes from the Sanskrit word ‘Deepavali’ which means “row of lights.” Many people have come to know the holiday as the Festival of Lights, but don’t truly understand what the holiday entails or symbolizes. Diwali is a spiritual, religious, and social holiday filled with food, new clothes, and a new start to life. It is considered the start of the New Year and a time when the primary significance of the holiday is to be aware of one’s “inner light.” The holiday lasts five days and honors many Hindu deities, including Ganesh (the elephant God) and Laxmi (the Goddess of wealth and prosperity), and the return of Lord Ram.
There are approximately 403,543 homeless people in the United States, 50,000 of those people live in California. so why did President Obama and Mitt Romney leave them out of the national discussion? And which candidate can help the homeless?
Matteo Nicchitta is not your average bartender. After suffering a severe leg injury, during a soccer game his sophomore year at Cal State Northridge, Nicchitta forever lost his ability to play and his scholarship. After many months of rehabilitation, Nicchitta has found a way to juggle three jobs, one that allows soccer to still be a part of his life.
About 25 shops currently comprise what is left of University Village, not including the food court. Empty, boarded-up storefronts and “caution” tape line the inner pathways of the Village. Chains like Burger King, Radio Shack and Starbucks occupy various corners, while small businesses like Zokai’s Magic Machine still display “Open” signs alongside empty, abandoned windows. And though the businesses range in size and nature, University Village shop owners remain united on one central issue — surviving the tough economy and wanting to stay in their current locations without paying higher rent, which will probably result from the USC renovations.
Tonight, October 16th, 2012, the second round of the Presidential Debates took place at Hofstra University in New York. Some say President Obama won, others say it was a tie, but many agree tonight’s Obama was a new man.