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The constant evolution of kim kardashian outfits the club is why it's called DBA, which is short for "Doing Business As." Like a seasonal theater or an art gallery, the space will change radically every few months or so, as will the performances. Each new incarnation of the club will be curated by someone new. "We had become so bored with nightlife in L.A.," Laughlin said. "In general, it seems so one-dimensional, so it's important to come up with a concept that's always evolving, always changing." Hammerstein operates a popular and controversial chain of nightclubs cum super-risque cabarets in Dubai, London and New York City. The latter club is called the Box, and Laughlin still remembers his first visit when he caught an edgy performance by a transgender artist named Rosewood. The experience never left him.

McConnell laughs with Louisville Mayor Jerry Abramson at the annual ham breakfast at the Kentucky State Fair in Louisville, Ky., in 2010. (AP Photo/Ed Reinke) McConnell Laughs Some More Sen. Lamar Alexander (R-Tenn.) jokes with reporters as McConnell, laughs in the Ohio Clock Corridor following the Senate Republicans' policy lunch in June 21, 2011. (Photo By Bill Clark/Roll Call) Lots Of Laughing Sen. Roy Blunt (R-Mo.), McConnell, and Sen.

19 Hollywood-Inspired Halloween Costumes On Oct. 30, CAA and WME are inviting their employees kids to trick-or-treat in radically transformed office environments.CAA selects a different Halloween theme each year, completely making over each of its eight floors into settings like The Wizard of Ozs Emerald City or The Addams Familys spooky mansion. The agency also shows holiday classics like Its the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brownin its screening room and donates leftover goodies to overseas troops. ICM Partners in addition to a decorating contest that awards employees cash prizes is partnering with Got Your 6, a campaign that unites the entertainment industry with military vet organizations, to host families of local L.A. vets for an afternoon of candy-hopping. The next day on Halloween itself its Manhattan office will open its doors to kids from the Bronx-based arts education nonprofit DreamYard. PHOTOS:Hollywood's Halloween Costumes: Paris Hilton, Hugh Hefner's Wife Dress Up as Miley Cyrus And this year, UTA is getting into the spiritwith its first Halloween Eve Haunt, inviting the families of employees to its Beverly Hills headquarters Oct. 30 for a costume parade across its sprawling courtyard, as well as games, arts and crafts and, of course, "devilish treats."

EDT Hollywood Production Center Welcomes New Tenants Amazon Studios and New Remote Productions State-of-the-Art Virtual Office Hollywood Facilities Draw Two New Tenants, Amazon Studios and New Remote Productions, to the Popular Hollywood Production Center Which Welcomes Them With Open Arms LOS ANGELES, CA, Oct 29, 2013 (Marketwired via COMTEX) -- Two new entertainment companies have taken up residence at Hollywood Production Center to take advantage of the state-of-the-art facilities and high-end executive office rentals that the two Glendale and two Hollywood locations offer. Many big name entertainment production companies make their home at the popular Center which also draws smaller companies seeking opportunities to expand on their creative abilities. Amazon Studios is a fine example of a small, aggressive company seeking to take advantage of the state-of-the-art technology and filming amenities of Hollywood Production Center in order to jump start their filming process. The Center's fully serviced offices, cutting edge technology and impressive amenities are found to be the perfect production solution for Amazon Studio's new shift towards creating a television drama, Bosch, and away from programming that has mainly focused on kids and comedies. The new series is based on a police homicide detective Harry Bosch who has been the center of 20 novels by Michael Connelly.

Join the Nation's Conversation To find out more about Facebook commenting please read the Conversation Guidelines and FAQs This story is part of Your website Say Is Hollywood hypersexed? Your Say 9:18 p.m. EDT October 29, 2013 Scarlett Johansson appears on the cover of Esquire's November issue. (Photo: Esquire via AP) SHARE 1 CONNECT TWEET COMMENTEMAILMORE A USA TODAY article Friday examined whether hypersexed celebrity is the new norm in Hollywood. Comments from Facebook are edited for clarity and grammar: I don't think celebrities such as Rihanna, Miley Cyrus or Britney Spears are really hypersexed.

And when it comes to politics, there is nothing more frightening than a tsunami of money early in a campaign. The message was clear in the Oct. 24 announcement that every major industry Democratic donor and studio head has pledged to support California Gov. Jerry Brown's re-election campaign. Even though Brown, 75, is skeptical of the expansion of state tax credits that Hollywood would like to see passed, he has loyalties in the industry going back to when he lived in Laurel Canyon and dated Linda Ronstadt. PHOTOS:20 Biggest Political Players in Hollywood Now longtime Brown ally Andy Spahn, who advises Jeffrey Katzenberg, is seeking to create an aura of inevitability with a Nov. 21 fundraiser at the Bel Air home of Cindy and Alan Horn.

NBC Sports airs the races live, with the headline event the Breeders Cup Classic set to go off between 8 and 9 p.m. ET. A Horse in the Race Owner; horse (race) Gary Barber (MGM chairman-CEO); Ron the Greek (Classic), Laugh Track (Sprint) Jim Rome (talkshow host); Mizdirection (Turf Sprint, defending champ) Andrew Lloyd Webber (composer); The Fugue (Turf) Norton Herrick (Herrick Entertainment); Brujo de Olleros (Dirt Mile), Street Sailing (Juvenile Fillies Turf) Sound of Music, Thunder of Hoofbeats Hosted in collaboration with Hip Card Prods., Songs in the Saddle, a concert in the tracks infield, will be held after the running of the Breeders Cup Classic. Singers include Kristin Chenoweth, Toni Braxton, Jakob Dylan, Macy Gray, Joan Osborne, Dame and Jenny O. Performances also will take place between races.

The couple behind the show, Mark Burnett and Touched by an Angel star Roma Downey, said mixing Hollywood and the Bible can be tricky. Its not just some story, said Burnett, who produces The Voice and Survivor. Theres a price to pay for failing to stay on track and failing to get the right advisers. When showing it to a group of children, the couple said they were told one thing: Please dont make it lame. Its not enough to have good intentions, said Downey, who plays Jesus mother Mary in the series. It has to be told in a way thats relevant to a contemporary audience. The couple have been able to reach across traditional religious divides in getting promotions; Downey is Catholic and Burnett considers himself a nondenominational Christian. Their efforts have received endorsements from religious leaders ranging from megachurch pastor Rick Warren to Washington Cardinal Donald Wuerl. Previous generations of filmmakers largely stayed within their own traditions without much interest in what other Christians were making, said Dallas megachurch pastor T.D. Jakes, who hosted a film festival earlier this year. We have learned that there is more to unite us than to divide us, he said.

We have fun with the Kardashians, but we are not mouth pieces for the Kardashians. See video: #ICYMI: Pop Cultures Craziest This Week Fifty Shades Madness, Kanye Puts a Ring on It (Video) While Silverstein joined the long line of the familys critics who maintained theKardashians are famous for being famous, he admitted their rise to fame was no small feat. But their overwhelming presence in pop culture can be problematic. Their popularity causes a lot of internal issues at our show; producers want us to cover real stars who have talent, Silverstein added. We get e-mails from viewers all the time asking us to cut down or even eliminate our coverage of the Kardashians. Silverstein concluded his piece on the family, titled A Different Take on the Kardashians, by pointing out how their approach to publicity has changed, but his outlets approach to covering them will not. When they were just starting out on this journey, they would take any publicity they could get, now it appears they are being selective. That is their right, Silverstein wrote. Our right is to cover the family as openly and fairly as we cover all of Hollywood and despite the blacklist, thats exactly what we will keep on doing. Always the good conservative soldier, Stephen Colbert defended Kentucky Senator Rand Paul from MSNBCs Rachel Maddows plagiarism accusations. The Wrap We hate to say a show is doomed.


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