It’s the 2017 Primetime Emmy Awards at 5 p.m. , and the stars are hitting the red carpet. So check out the stars and nominees from a range of shows including dramas like Netflix’s “Stranger Things,” Hulu’s “The Handmaid’s Tale” and HBO’s “Westworld” and “Big Little Lies” to castmembers from comedies “Black-ish,” “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt,” “Modern Family” and a whole lot more in this red carpet gallery.
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Traditionalists may tell you to avoid wearing white after Labor Day, but don’t apply that to design.
“I heard that adage about white and Labor Day the other day on television,” designer Debbie Bailey of D & B Interiors in Corona said with a chuckle. “I think it’s now more like you can wear white, but don’t wear white white. Wear off-white.’’
The same holds for home interiors, and many designers are recommending a walk on the white side. Not everyone wants a navy kitchen or a yellow living room, opting instead for crisp clean white or its sister hues of
As thousands of fans flooded into the gates of the second day of the three-day Kaaboo Del Mar at the Del Mar Racetrack + Fairgrounds everyone seemed to split off for their own day of adventure. Rather than heading straight for the main stage, guests mingled in a variety of areas throughout the sprawling festival grounds.
Though music is certainly the core of Kaaboo – with Saturday’s big performers being Pink, Muse, Ice Cube, Jane’s Addiction, Garbage, Eric Burdon & the Animals, Logic, Machine Gun Kelly and many more – the festival offers a broad array of experiences from
Film guide for box-office releases and ongoing movies
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‘American Assassin’: (R) (for strong violence throughout, some torture, language and brief nudity) Dylan O’Brien brings a youthful freshness to the role of a counterterrorism operative in this international thriller whose holes are compensated for with action. (The Associated Press) 1 hour, 51 minutes. Grade: */**
‘mother!’: (R) (for strong disturbing violent content, some sexuality, nudity and language) Jennifer Lawrence gives the best performance of her career as a woman whose idyllic existence is shattered when her home is invaded by her poet husband’s worshipful cult. (The Associated Press) 2 hours.
‘It’ is a hit.
The Stephen King adaptation from New Line and Warner Bros. shattered records over the weekend earning $117.2 million from 4,103 locations according to studio estimates on Sunday.
Not only is “It” now the largest ever opening for a horror movie and the largest September opening of all time, the film more than doubled the earnings of the previous record holders. Before this weekend “Paranormal Activity 3” had the biggest horror opening with $52.6 million from 2011, and the highest September debut was “Hotel Transylvania 2’s” $48.5 million in 2015.
“We blew past everyone’s most optimistic and aggressive projections
At just 10 a.m., the temperature reached 80 degrees in Anaheim and the Angel Stadium parking lot was packed with festival goers. Most were picking up their will call tickets while others wandered around or took pre-show selfies in anticipation of what’s to come. To combat the heat, attendees were given free cans of original and sugar-free Monster Energy Drink while they wait.
Free handouts continued throughout the day, with companies such as Postmates and LRG giving out t-shirts, towels, temporary tattoos and glow sticks.
At age 3, her son was articulate and friendly, and seemed more than ready for preschool. However, a few weeks after enrolling her son J. in a Montessori program, she was surprised to hear he had what was described as “a behavior problem.”
“He looked like a different kid,” says D. (For privacy, the family members are identified only by initials.)
“He was running around and holding his hands over his ears. When anyone bumped into him, he would punch them. He seemed disconnected emotionally.”
The school suggested the family seek the advice of a spectrum disorder specialist.
“Our first diagnosis was Asperger’s,”
Momentum is growing among businesses and institutions to offer more activities for those with disabilities. Here are some of the cultural, entertainment and recreational events available for families:
Segerstrom Center for the Arts
The arts center offers a Sensory-Friendly Performance Series as part of its Family Series, to make the theatergoing experience more available to those with sensory sensitivities and their families. The sound levels and lighting are reduced, and designated break spaces are available for those who might feel overwhelmed. Two shows have been set for the 2018 season, at the Samueli Theater: “The Gruffalo” on March 24 and “Shh!
Belonging. Understanding. Differences. Compassion. The world is filled with people who have different needs, qualities and gifts. It’s important for children to understand that having special needs doesn’t make them weird, and that they are actually much more similar to their peers than they might think.
According to Orange County Children’s Book Festival co-founder Pat Burns, “In reading a lot of children’s books I can say that, in my experience, the books written for children with disabilities come from authors with huge hearts and a desire to provide a sense of belonging. These books written by and for children with disabilities are such