Kung Fu Panda in All Its Big Fat Glory
Mar18

Kung Fu Panda in All Its Big Fat Glory

[tweet_box design=”box_13_at” float=”left” width=”40%” author=”Nick Vespe” pic_url=”http://losangelesentertainmentnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/unnamed-e1456224997630.jpg”]Kung Fu Panda 3 not only has the best computer generated animation TO DATE, but it also has more heart in it than Pixar’s Inside Out.[/tweet_box] Kung Fu Panda 3 not only has the best computer...

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Cinemagic Previews New Film To Positive Reviews
Mar18

Cinemagic Previews New Film To Positive Reviews

March 11-The Fairmont Miramar Hotel and Bungalows in Santa Monica was the center of all things lights, camera and action as celebrities, and patrons of film and television attended Cinemagic’s Los Angeles Showcase and sneak preview of the film Delicate Things. Celebrity attendees of the event included: Nick Blood (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.), Damian McGinty (Glee), Dylan Snyder (Disney’s Kickin’ It), Ross King (UK TV Presenter), Andrew de...

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The Truth Awards: The Latrine Overflows
Mar06

The Truth Awards: The Latrine Overflows

[foogallery id=”5234″] The Truth Awards celebrating out-gay Black individuals in the entertainment industry was a disgrace, and it seems my co-patriots in the press forgot to warn me–shame on you. Not only did no one in the industry show up, neither did the press that covers them. Let’s examine why.   Halloween Town must have been having a casting; never have I seen such pitifully attired individuals walking on the...

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Katharine Hamnett Campaigns For Ethical Fashion
Mar06

Katharine Hamnett Campaigns For Ethical Fashion

[foogallery id=”5143″] Katharine Hamnett made fashion political.  While fashion statements of the past which re-envisioned the female body could have been said to be political in some sense, there was no doubt of this for Hamnett.  She is best known today for her political T-shirt and ethical business practices. A graduate of Saint Martin’s School of Art, Hamnett’s career took off in the mid-1980s.  She was known for her...

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Madeleine Chéruit: Fashion in the Early 20th Century
Mar05

Madeleine Chéruit: Fashion in the Early 20th Century

[foogallery id=”5068″] In her generation, Madeleine Chéruit was unmistakably a huge fashion influence.  In France, Chéruit was one of the first women ever to control a major fashion house.  Today, she is best remembered for a series of portraits of her which were painted by Paul César Helleu, but her greatest contributions were to the world was fashion. Madeleine was born on June 9th, 1866.  Vogue described her as “a Louis...

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