December 11, 1996 |
The chicken potpie established an aura of comfort and camaraderie at the Divine Design '96 gala Sunday night. The dinner was the same menu served that day by Project Angel Food to more than 800 homebound men, women and children living with AIDS.
September 30, 1987 |
Democratic presidential candidate Gov. Michael S. Dukakis of Massachusetts raised $3.3 million for his campaign in the last three months, boosting his war chest to $8 million, a record for the party, aides said Tuesday. "The first primary of any campaign is the money race," campaign treasurer Robert Farmer said in remarks prepared for a $100-a-person fund-raiser at Boston's World Trade Center. "We have won the first primary." Farmer said more than $3.
May 7, 1995 |
Gianfranco Ferre's fall collection parading on a bevy of luscious models isn't the only visual treat people will experience at the California Fashion Industry Friends of AIDS Project Los Angeles fund-raiser on Wednesday.
October 26, 2009 |
The direct impact of Neil Young's annual Bridge School Benefit Concerts is as plain as the joyful faces of the special-needs school's students, many of whom watch each year from an onstage riser placed right behind the performers. Those faces were often captured by the video cameras that were otherwise trained on the stars of this year's shows, which got underway Saturday at Shoreline Amphitheatre just north of San Jose with unplugged sets by No Doubt, Coldplay's Chris Martin, Jimmy Buffett, Sheryl Crow, Monsters of Folk, Fleet Foxes, Wolfmother and Gavin Rossdale.
September 30, 1996 |
It was billed as "an evening of fashion and compassion." Macy's provided the fashion and honorary chairwoman Elizabeth Taylor the most stirring plea for caring. Macy's and the American Express Card Passport '96 fund-raiser, "On the Edge," on Friday night benefiting five HIV/AIDS organizations, was an orgy of synergy.
August 31, 2011 |
While Congress likely will be grappling with his jobs package, President Obama plans to make a western swing late next month, one that will include fund-raisers in Hollywood and La Jolla. The fund-raisers will be held Sept. 26 and will come as part of a three-day trip that is scheduled to bring Obama to Seattle the day before and Denver on the 27th. According to the Hollywood Reporter, Obama will court entertainment industry insiders at events at the House of Blues on Sunset Boulevard and then later at the Fig & Olive restaurant on Melrose Place.
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April 12, 2013 |
The mayoral candidates met Thursday night in their first debate in the runoff election. Despite Eric Garcetti's and Wendy Greuel's acrimony in recent days, the two Democrats largely struck a sunny tone in the hourlong face-off televised by KABC-TV. To boost their bids, Garcetti cited his work on district revitalization and balancing the city's budget, while Greuel highlighted her resume, including her work at her family's business, at DreamWorks and as an elected official. Thursday also brought the first financial disclosure requirement in the runoff.
March 21, 2012 |
The numbers are in -- and Mitt Romney won, but not by a landslide. When it came to fund-raising in February, the former Massachusetts governor stayed ahead of his GOP presidential rivals. Romney raised $11.5 million and spent $12.4 million, dramatically slowing down his burn rate from January, when his campaign spent three times more than it raised. Heading into March, he had $7.3 million in the bank. Rick Santorum got $8.9 million in contributions and spent $7.8 million, ending the month with $2.6 million on hand, along with $922,000 in debt.
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May 10, 2013 |
Challenger Mike Feuer continues to lead Los Angeles City Atty. Carmen Trutanich in fund-raising, reports filed late Thursday showed. According to documents the campaigns sent to the city Ethics Commission, Feuer, a former city councilman and past member of the state Assembly, raised $208,753 during the latest reporting period, April 7 through May 4, bringing his total for the upcoming general election to $524,776. Trutanich brought in $109,897 during the same period, for a total of $313,497.
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October 18, 2012 |
Many colleges seek donations for new construction or scholarships. Pasadena City College, however, has an additional goal that was unthinkable before California's budget crisis forced community colleges to slash course offerings. The school is seeking donations from alumni and others to restore some of the 570 classes it planned to cut this academic year. The campaign, launched in April, has received about $89,400 in donations, and the school is also devoting $106,000 from savings resulting from some cost cuts, officials said.