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- In Remembrance of a Lucky Man, Greg Lake: 1947-2016 on
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- Showbiz Royalty Lorna Luft and Barry Manilow Sing All the Hits at the Hollywood Bowl September 6 and 7 on
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Author Archives: Jennifer K. Hugus
Award winning Hollywood Actors, Composers, and Local Government Officials Gather at The Hollywood Bowl in Support of Jose Iturbi Foundations’ Sponsorship of “A Decade of Dudamel” in Commemoration of The Dude’s Tenth Year as Music Director!
It was a night of never-ending musical notes, nostalgia, and a bit of Knots Landing intrigue as Grammy, Emmy, Tony, Golden Globe & Academy Award Winners settled into the enchanted shaded patio, just a hair and to the left above … Continue reading
The Pointer Sisters Unwittingly Convert The Hollywood Museum into Disco as Donelle Dadigan Unveils Latest Exhibit: A Pointer Sister “Ever After” 50 Years Through the Eyes of Anita Pointer
–Ahhh, driving to the mall with your mother on a cricket-filled, starry summer night to the tune of “Slow Hand,” all the while knocking the cold ball of sugary goodness that was supposed to be the top of your ice … Continue reading
7th Annual ‘Real to Reel: Portrayals and Perceptions of LGBTs in Hollywood’ Exhibit Opening Honors not only the 50th Anniversary of Stonewall, but Lily Tomlin, Jane Wagner, Lisa Vanderpump, and Tyler Henry to Boot (and High Heeled Shoe!)
On the sixth day of June, just an evening-and-a-half prior to the most fab of parades the land over, The Hollywood Museum kicked off said celebration of Pride with the opening of the most recent unveiling in recognition of all … Continue reading
Hollywood Museum Celebrates 80 Years of “Batman” in Latest Catwoman Display, & 80 Plus Years Combined via Christening of its new “Six Million Dollar Man” and “Bionic Woman” Exhibit!
It was a night of nostalgia, nimble precision, and nestling, and as throngs of stars, classic, current and transcontinental convened at the Hollywood Museum to commemorate, if not celebrate, the 46th anniversary of the airing of the Six Million Dollar … Continue reading
Hollywood Museum Founder and President Donelle Dadigan Opens up Lobby of Historic Max Factor Building to Honor Lucille Ball on 30 Year Anniversary of Passing
On the elegantly festive evening of April 24th Nobody had any splainin’ to do as roughly 200 Los Angeles denizens in the form of fans, journalists, colleagues, and caterers alike, descended upon the Hollywood Museum to celebrate the life, and … Continue reading
Legendary Sports Analyst Dick Vitale to be Bestowed Lifetime Achievement Award at 40th Annual Sports Emmy® Awards
On February 12th 2019, The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS) proclaimed Dick Vitale, one of the most highly respected, colorful color commentators the athletic world over, to be this year’s recipient of Lifetime Achievement Award for Sports … Continue reading
The Ultimate Autobiographical Interview with Mrs. C: Marion Ross’ “My Days: Happy or Otherwise”: From Bogie and Bacall to TV Mother of us All!!!
Marion Ross: Upon conjuring her image, one might primarily envisage a most neatly coiffed raven up do, grounded by a commensurately elegant petticoated skirt under a full body apron, and the all-around genteel vintage American allure of the most feminine … Continue reading
National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Announces Digital Drama Series Pre-Nominations for The 46th Annual Daytime Emmy® Awards!
On February 19, 2019 The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS) revealed the latest in cutting edge TV programming excellence via the Digital Drama Series Pre-Nominations in preparation for the 46th Annual Daytime Emmy® Awards. In order to … Continue reading
Hollywood ‘Celebrates Hope’ in Commemoration of ‘The Obama White House,’ ‘Wilding’ Photo Exhibit President’s Day & Black History Month
‘Twas the Night Before President’s Day And no one could grouse As photog Anna Wilding unveiled photos captured 18 months hence at Obama’s White House. Pictures of Michelle, & the Pres, were mounted with care, with nary a nod towards … Continue reading
Singer Roslyn Kind Releases Latest Digital Single “Save the Country” as a Proverbial Call to Action Preceding Full Album and 2020 Elections!
Just in time for some of the more enterprising electoral announcements regarding the 2020 presidential campaign (and in part, via the ardent encouragement of family and friends) Roslyn Kind has released a masterful musical number echoing, yet overcoming, the signs … Continue reading