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L.A. potheads, you dodged a big bullet this month, and hopefully you learned a lesson from it. With the looming specter of a total dispensary ban in Los Angeles coming down to the wire, "patients" of the medicinal system came damn close to losing their medicine. While you didn't quite go over the edge this time around, maybe you've gained a newfound appreciation for the wacky world of weed that makes California so wonderfully unique. Let's test that theory with a brand new WeedDown, our monthly (whenever we remember to do it) breakdown of the strangest, funniest, and most important marijuana related news from L.A. and beyond. More»
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Friday night was Cure By Design, a fashion show in the Atrium of the Ronald Reagan Building that benefited the American Cancer Society. Denigns by local designer Sondra Falk, Charlotte NC-based Luis Machicao, and NBC's Fashion Star Barbara Bates dressed the models, all of whom were cancer survivors. E! News' Giuliana Rancic delivered a taped a welcome video for guests, and WUSA9's Kristen Berset emceed the program after opening remarks from event founder and NYC-based fashion designer Alex Garfield. More»
LL Cool J proved he’s loved not only by the ladies by attracting an enthusiastic group of photographers in Huntington last Thursday. The occasion was a joint production by Hamptons Magazine and Prime Restaurant, with the former providing entertainment that matched the ambiance of the event and the latter serving delectable culinary creations by its kitchen staff as the sun set on the harbor in
Huntington Bay. More»
The American Cancer Society (ACS) Metro DC and the Benefit Committee are putting together a fashion event next week: Cure by Design DC Fashion Benefit, honoring cancer survivor models, who demonstrate every day the progress being made in the fight against cancer and a message of hope for a cure. More»
Last night, guests bid on over 150 new and vintage designer handbags while sipping on Domaine Carneros champagne at the New York Junior League's annual Bags & Bubbles silent auction. The nights proceeds went towards the charitable activities of the NYJL, including the Women’s Cancer Prevention program, which works with the American Cancer Society and the Leukemia-Lymphoma Society. More»
Thursday, May 23
We sat down with Anne Pasternak for a few questions about Creative Time's past and future, as well as the importance of having an awareness about public art in the city.