Tuesday, July 30, 2013
Real Madrid is back in Los Angeles with new coach Carlo Ancelotti and a new attitude. They are working my last nerve...Anyway here are two videos at their arrival to Los Angeles.
Friday, July 26, 2013
Famous for using the sidewalks of Beverly Hills and on Robertson Blvd. as her personal catwalk, Phoebe Price talks about herself OF COURSE and about Courtney Stodden's plastic DDs.
Thursday, July 25, 2013
Tuesday, July 23, 2013
After an appearance on the Tonight Show With Jay Leno, BREAKING BAD
star Aaron Paul brakes for fans outside of studio.
Pop Princess and recent birthday girl Selena Gomez dashed out of LAX to NYC
for an I Heart Radio concert after appearing on The Tonight Show With Jay Leno.
Gomez has been busy rehearsing over the last several weeks as her
new album STARS DANCE has hit the airwaves.
Doing what the Kardashians did for Armenian relations, The Shahs of Sunset cast is doing what they do for Persian America. Here three of the cast members are from earlier today on Robertson.
Sunday, July 21, 2013
This girl was funny. She wanted to make sure I shot her picture with Chord so I did.
Chord Overstreet was very gracious with his fans after his show yesterday at the Roxy. It was a good time.
To me there was no need to ask Chord about Cory Monteith anyone who has
lost a friend knows how it feels.
Saturday, July 20, 2013
Triple threat and former DWTS Pro, Julianne Hough goes to see Chord Overstreet
in concert at the Roxy on her birthday with two gal pals. Happy Birthday Julianne!
Samuel Larsen was seen earlier arriving at Chord Overstreet's concert at the Roxy.
This Scottish teen who opened for Chord Overstreet at The Roxy a few hours ago has lots of swagger.
He also has a voice. Introducing Liam Horne...
Friday, July 19, 2013
Thursday, July 18, 2013
Wednesday, July 17, 2013
Monday, July 15, 2013
I had no idea there was going to be a March for Trayvon Martin or that I was going to join it. Twitter can be thanked for that. I had already had a full day of work but after seeing some tweets about Justice For Trayvon Martin, I decided to go. It is easy to be cynical and to wonder if peaceful marches make a difference. I've been to numerous ones in the past and started to question if it was worth being brutalized by the police or marginalized by the so called news media. A pain in my heart made me join one more protest. Activism is like working out when you don't want to and you have a million excuses not to but you must do it anyway. I don't have a son or daughter and I don't know if I will ever have children. I do know that if Trayvon was my child I would be heartbroken, bitter and maybe inconsolable. What could possibly help ease the pain? Knowing that others stood their ground for my son. That people around the world who didn't know me or my son, chanted his name and made sure he wasn't forgotten. My heart would heal a little bit more knowing fellow compassionate beings took over the streets for my child. We must agitate against complacency. We must work our activism muscles and not get atrophied in sadness and inaction.
Saturday, July 13, 2013
Former MELROSE PLACE star Daphne Zuniga shares the good news. She has a new show on Hallmark.
I want to thank these three intelligent, kind and lovely young ladies who took the time to share with me and with you their thoughts about being in Middle School and growing up in a world full of peer pressure. They also share that many of their classmates follow the disturbing trend of cutting and starving themselves. I don't have children but if I did I would be intimidated on what would be the best way to raise my child in this world of twitter, FB, Instagram, celebrity role models, TV and peer pressure. What I can do, is Listen, share my insights and make videos and hopefully create a dialogue for change and growth.
Wednesday, July 10, 2013
Tuesday, July 9, 2013
Sunday, July 7, 2013
I honestly don't remember the last time I sat and chilled at one of the many beaches in LA. So imagine, I'm sitting on the beach with my friend Karma who I haven't seen in a long time. We are enjoying our conversation. We watch the seagulls fly over head, people walking by with their dogs and swimmers splashing. It feels wonderful to sit on the beach and be still UNTIL these kids start target shooting with their BB guns. Although Karma and I are several yards away from the house were the kids are shooting, some of their pellets from their toy guns hit Karma. I'm dumbfounded on what kind of parents allow their kids to do such a thing. Aim/Shoot and "play" in the direction of people just sitting on the beach. The parents saw their kids shooting and just walked away down the coast. Later one of the kids brought out a larger BB gun, a rifle. The sense of entitlement, ownership, arrogance and ignorance were so vividly displayed that it made me a little shocked. While we were leaving I said to one of the kids that it wasn't very nice to shoot their guns in the direction of people on the beach. The kid replied that the beach was his property. Karma and I were like WOW! A young boy no more than 12-13 already enforces his "property" so he thinks with the threat of BB guns. People wonder where kids learn violence. I think a great deal comes from their parent's attitude. Giving kids BB guns to play with without supervision and without care of injuring others is a sure sign of poor parenting no matter how rich they are. The smugness on the kid's face was classic Spoiled Brat Racism as this is my land and you are not allowed here. I didn't know Malibu beach was only for the residents of Malibu? I didn't know their was an Apartheid wall. I thought the beach was free and anyone could use them as long as they respected the rules. There were no property signs on the sand. Shame on those kid's parents.
I had a lovely afternoon hanging with a friend named Karma who I haven't seen in ages. We were hanging out in Malibu and we saw this groovy plant. I don't know what kind it is but when I touched the green part it was full and strong. Sex is everywhere. Nature in its infinite beauty has the last laugh.
Friday, July 5, 2013
KAT gives you the latest Poop Scoop on what some of your favorite DWTS pros are doing during
their summer break and who might be on the next 17th season of Dancing With The Stars.
Lovely Christina Milian smoking on an electronic cigarette talks about her 4th of July plans in Beverly Hills.
This is the chat with Tristan MacManus and Sasha Farber that happened a few weeks ago.
Consider it a summer present.
Wednesday, July 3, 2013
Residents of Vernon are in a fight for the health of their families against EXIDE who recently filed for bankruptcy protection while being accused of poisoning East LA. Exide makes and recycles lead-acid batteries. Residents have complained of soot from the plant on their cars, lawns and outside furniture. They are also worried about higher cases of cancer, asthma and other health issues as a direct result from Exide's extremely high arsenic emissions.
L.A. Superior Court Judge Luis A. Lavin overturned a temporary closure on Exide's Vernon plant much to the disappointment of concerned residents on July 2nd. Exide will be back in business despite their numerous health violations. OSHA and The EPA has found Exide in violation of air safety laws in numerous plants including Vernon yet it is allowed to stay open. Why?
Monday, July 1, 2013
Literally just ran into rock legend OZZY OSBOURNE grocery shopping. Ozzy has battle drug and alcohol addiction for some time but he working on staying sober. Good Luck to him and all battling addiction.