Stars To Go To HEAVEN For The Art Of Elysium

first_imgThe Art of Elysium is holding their seventh annual black-tie gala, “HEAVEN,” on January 11, 2014.Heaven is The Art of Elysium’s largest annual fundraiser, supporting the majority of the foundation’s operating costs, and ensuring the continuation and expansion of its mission to make art a catalyst for social change, and bring creativity into the lives of tens of thousands of hospitalized children. Linda Perry has been chosen to serve as the 2014 Visionary, and Ali Larter & Hayes MacArthur will be honored with the 2014 “Spirit of Elysium” Award for their involvement in the charity. This year’s gala is sponsored by Mercedes-Benz.Guests will first enjoy a cocktail hour provided by Perrier-Jouët champagne while they enjoy music from Micah Sheiner who will play the Tibetan Bowls and Gingger Shankar who will play with tabla and Sitar. Following the cocktail hour, dinner will be served and guests will enjoy a fashion show showcasing Marc Jacobs Resort 2014 Collection along with performances by The Smokin Knights, Linda Perry, The Art of Elysium children, Evan Rachel Wood and Steven Tyler.Guests expected to attend include Eva Amurri, David Arquette, Natasha Bedingfield, Camilla Belle, Kate Bosworth & Michael Polish, Scott Caan, Kirsten Dunst, Alice Evans & Ioan Gruffud, Peter Facinelli, Shepard Fairey, Ben Folds, Sara Gilbert, Topher Grace, Amber Heard, Anna Kendrick, Jaime King, Joe Manganiello, Leighton Meester, Moby, Olivia Munn, Kelly Osbourne, Rain Phoenix, Monica Potter, Emma Roberts, Evan Ross, Emmy Rossum, Jamie-Lynn Sigler, Ashlee Simpson, Amy Smart, Sam Trammell, Kat Von D, Alicia Witt, Elijah Wood, Luke Grimes and many more.WHERE: Guerin Pavilion at the Skirball Cultural Center 2701 N. Sepulveda Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90049WHEN: Saturday, January 11, 2014 Arrivals: 7:00PM – 8:00PM Dinner / Show: 8:00PMTICKETS: Tickets sell for $5,000 each, with tables of 12 priced at $25,000. For tickets or further information call (213) 387-3944 or check the organization’s website.last_img read more

Nintendo Switch Online brings us bad guy Mario next week

first_imgDonkey Kong Jr. climbs to rescue his father from Mario. Nintendo/Screenshot by CNET Mario isn’t all princess-saving and triple-jumping — sometimes he just likes the sweet taste of revenge.May’s trio of Nintendo Switch Online NES classics includes Donkey Kong Jr., the game where the iconic gorilla’s son has to free him from Mario’s clutches.It’s coming to the library you get as part of Switch’s $20-a-year subscription service along with VS. Excitebike and Clu Clu Land, Nintendo announced Tuesday. Detonate a nostalgia bomb with our gorgeous Game Boy pictures Now playing: Watch this: 1 Donkey Kong Jr. is the 1982 sequel to the iconic Donkey Kong, which was part of Switch Online’s launch batch of games. It sees Mario, vengeful after the ape kidnapped Pauline in the first game, imprisoning him in a cage because two wrongs definitely make a right.The younger Donkey Kong has to jump and climb to reach his caged dad, as well as avoiding the various obstacles Mario puts in his way. You might remember this ape as one of the eight playable characters in Super Mario Kart, which could be coming to Switch. Video Games Share your voice Tagscenter_img Comment 32 Photos The original Excitebike was already part of the service, but the 1988 VS. version adds two-player split-screen and a track editor.Clu Clu Land is a 1984 maze crawler that’s a bit like Pac-Man. You play as Bubbles, a cleverly named bubble fish trying to recover your stolen gold bars.First published at 2:48 a.m. PT.Updated at 3:39 a.m. PT: Adds more detail. The Game Boy turns 30 years old, Samsung Galaxy Fold… 1:20 Nintendolast_img read more

Stan Lees former business partner charged with elder abuse report says

first_img Tags 0 Culture Post a comment Share your voice Stan Lee died last year.  Getty Images Stan Lee’s former business partner Keya Morgan was charged Friday with felony elder abuse against the late comic book writer, editor and publisher of Marvel Comics, according to a Tuesday report by CBS2 Los Angeles.Among the charges facing Morgan are false imprisonment of an elder adult and forgery or fraud against an elder adult, the report says. The charges reportedly stem from an incident that occurred during the summer of 2018.A warrant has been issued for Morgan’s arrest, the report says.  Last August, a judge issued a restraining order against Morgan, stipulating that he stay away from Lee, according to a report in Variety. At the time, Morgan told the publication that the allegations against him were “fake, fraudulent news.”The Los Angeles Superior Court, where Morgan was reportedly charged, didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment.  Lee died last November at 95 and made his final Marvel cameo in Avengers: Endgame. Stan Lee Marvellast_img read more

Olas Shalabh Seth resigns adding to cabhailing services long list of seniorlevel

first_imgOla cabs will dispense cashOla/MediaKitEven though cab-hailing service Ola should be coming up with ways to fight cutthroat competition, especially with the entry of another cab-hailing service in the form of Namma TYGR in Bengaluru, Ola seems to be struggling with issues within the firm. In a fresh blow, Ola’s chief executive of its cab leasing business Shalabh Seth has resigned from his post.Seth had joined Ola in January 2017 from brewer SABMiller India, where has was the chief executive officer. He will leave the Bengaluru-based firm by the end of the month, sources familiar with the matter told Livemint. Now, Ola too has confirmed Seth’s resignation.The cab-hailing service has been struggling to retain senior-level employees for a while now and Seth’s resignation adds on to the long list of executives that have stepped down. Chief financial officer Rajiv Bansal, design head Sunit Singh and chief marketing officer Raghuvesh Sarup have already left Ola, and the year 2017 also saw chief operating officer of offline initiatives Anuj Bhargava and Sriram V. Iyer, head of engineering and senior director at Ola Innovation Labs, bidding adieu.Ola hired former PepsiCo executive Vishal Kaul as its chief operating officer and former Flipkart executive Saikiran Krishnamurthy as well, but sources told the daily that more exits could be in the pipeline. Shalabh Seth resigns from his post at OlaLinkedIn/ShalabhSethAmid these resignations, new cab-hailing service Namma TYGR may just add on to Ola’s woes. The cab firm not only promises better and more efficient services but also intends to keep the troubles of the cab drivers in mind.Namma TYGR is backed by Janata Dal (Secular) leader H D Kumaraswamy and has been started by drivers who were not happy working with Ola and Uber and were also dissatisfied with their incentive schemes, reported Business Standard.Unlike Ola and Uber, which reportedly change the incentive schemes for drivers often, Namma TYGR has said that it would only charge 12 percent from the driver’s earnings per trip, which is said to be less than half of what its competitors charge.Well, it looks like it’s time for Ola to pull up its socks in terms of competition as well as straightening things within the firm.last_img read more

Japan reaches out to India

first_imgMusic has a universal language and as such has the power to bridge differences in race and culture and unite people through their common humanity. Recognising the crucial role that culture can play in this area, a cultural performance by Hana-Zakura group of Min-On concert association, Tokyo, was organised in the Capital.The event was held in association with the Indian Council of Cultural Relation (ICCR), at the Siri fort Auditorium on Monday evening. Also Read – Add new books to your shelfMin-On was established in 1963 at the initiative of Daisaku Ikeda, President of Soka Gakkai International (SGI). Registered as an independent and incorporated foundation in 1965, it has since grown to become one of Japan’s leading cultural institutions. The current performance was organized under the aegis of ‘2017 – The Year of Japan-India Friendly Exchanges’ to enhance people-to-people exchanges between Japan and India. 2017 marks the 60th anniversary of the India-Japan Culture treaty. Also Read – Over 2 hours screen time daily will make your kids impulsive By promoting a continuing series of cultural exchanges, the Min-On Concert Association aims to create opportunities for the performing arts to build bridges between people, and to give a tangible form to the desire for world peace. The performers comprised of Japanese traditional dance group “Wakatake”, Koushi Tsukuda, Shakuhachi player (Japanese flute), Komakazumi Minami, Narimono player (Japanese Percussion), Katsunari Sawada Tsugaru Shamisen player (Traditional Japanese music) and Chiaki Eshima, singer. From classical to modern, and popular to traditional, Min-On’s programmes include musical exchange with cultural associations worldwide, as well as sponsoring musical competitions and school concerts to foster the growth of new talent and encourage adolescents’ emotional development. To date, Min-On has participated in music, dance and performing arts exchanges with groups in over 105 countries and regions. The Min-On Concert Association conducts 1500 musical/dance, performing arts shows every year and has a rich history of culture exchange with India. In the past, the association has invited many prominent Indian artists including Sonal Mansingh, Leela Samson and Alarmel Valli to name a few, in collaboration with Indian Council of Cultural Relations (ICCR). On behalf of SGI, cultural delegations have visited India seven times from 1990 to 1997. As for the Soka Gakkai International (SGI), it is a global association of grassroots organizations that seeks to promote the values of peace and respect for all people. The Indian affiliate of the SGI is Bharat Soka Gakkai (BSG).last_img read more

SeaWorld contest winner wins prize package worth more than 2500

first_img TORONTO — Carole Williams, a travel and cruise expert based in Sudbury, ON, has been named the grand prize winner of SeaWorld’s ‘Fun with Purpose Contest’.The contest, which launched with Travelweek on Travelweek.ca/contests, ran from May 15 to June 16.Williams has won two return airfare for two to Orlando, a four-night stay at a SeaWorld preferred hotel partner, two length of stay park admissions to SeaWorld Orlando, Aquatica and Busch Gardens, two Behind-The-Scene tours at SeaWorld Orlando, and transportation to and from Orlando airport.The total grand prize package is valued at $2,568.“I am very excited about winning this vacation to SeaWorld as I have never been,” said Williams, adding that learning more about the various things to see and do in destination will make it even easier for her to sell to clients. “I am most excited about the Animal Experiences. I know I will enjoy part of SeaWorld because it has so much to offer.”More news:  Venice to ban cruise ships from city centre starting next monthTo enter more contests, go to http://www.travelweek.ca/contests/. Share Tuesday, July 30, 2019 Posted by SeaWorld contest winner wins prize package worth more than $2,500center_img Travelweek Group Tags: Contest, SeaWorld, Winner << Previous PostNext Post >>last_img read more