Tina Daunt is a former staff writer for the Los Angeles Times.
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The “Family Guy” and “American Dad!” creator has given $4.6 million to Democrats, making him one of largest political donors of his generation in Hollywood.
Celebrities took to Twitter for the July Democratic presidential debates to express amusement, outrage and support.
Donantes de Hollywood financian a varios demócratas
Hollywood’s power players are all in with Democrats’ effort to oust President Trump in 2020, but many are supporting more than one candidate.
An A-list of Hollywood executives is planning a major fundraiser July 18 for former Vice President Joe Biden, the front-runner for the Democrats’ 2020 presidential nomination.
Former Vice President Joe Biden raised $21.5 million for his presidential campaign since getting into the race in late April, his campaign said Wednesday.
9 things you should know about the Bob Hope house in Palm Springs — and its restoration
Here are nine quick takes on Los Angeles architect John Lautner; the house he designed and built in the 1970s for comedian Bob Hope and wife Dolores in Palm Springs; the home’s new owner, Ron Burkle; and architect Helena Arahuete, who worked with a talented team of artisans to restore the house in keeping with Lautner’s original vision. 1.
He designed the 1970 “Charlie’s Angels” mane of Farrah Fawcett and created the famous “frump” cut for Diane Keaton in the movie “Annie Hall.”