Once again, the eccentric Morgan clan showed how a real New Year's Eve bash should be. Packed to the rafters, with a healthy supply of Red Bull and vodka, the annual private party rung in the New Year — and kept going until 8 a.m the next morning. All photos by Star Foreman
Hidden in Hancock Park is a little theater in a giant house called Brookledge. Brookledge Theater (called so because a stream runs through the property) is one of the most extraordinary places in Los Angeles.
It is currently owned by the Larsen family, the same family who created the Magic Castle in Hollywood. After sitting (mostly) empty for decades, Brookledge Theater was brought back to life several years ago with the launch of the Brookledge Follies. We received an exclusive invitation to photograph the theater and grounds, and who better to photograph than world famous opera diva Prince Poppycock in his very own rococo apocalypse. Starring Price Poppycock, Kelli Kickham (who was also the casting director,) Anya Krivenko, Gabrielle Salinger, Minerva Mendez and Christina Mott. Models make-up and hair by Madison Reeves. Photos by Star Foreman
4 million dazzling holiday lights, Santa Claus, the world’s largest manmade mistletoe measuring 12’ x 8’, horse-drawn carriage rides, freshly fallen snow, elves, trees, carolers- The Mission Inn’s Festival of Lights is a Dickensian holiday spectacle featuring lights and decorations throughout downtown Riverside, an outdoor ice-skating rink on the Main Street pedestrian mall, holiday vendors and family-friendly entertainment. Festival of Lights runs November 27, 2015 through January 6, 2016 and there are still some reservations available through the Mission Inn for a comfy room to stay in or a delicious dinner at one of the 4 restaurants or both. All photos by Star Foreman
William Close tells the crowd at City National Plaza that he's still figuring out the logistics of his latest Earth Harp. Over the years, the Malibu-based artist has built a number of these large, stringed instruments. He has taken Earth Harps to theaters from Philadelphia to Shanghai. He has played...
LA Krampusfest continues to have its biggest season ever in LA, flooding the city with fiendishly fun events celebrating the horned creature who punishes naughty children by carting them off to hell. The mythical Alpine beast is way more interesting than wussy St. Nick, and Saturday night, Krampus cosplay was out in full finery at the KRAMPUS BALL at the Highland Park Ebell Club. See our pics here and check out Krampuslosangeles.com for more Krampy happenings this month. Photos by Lina Lecaro
The invitation was mysterious. "Mrs. Harriet Cooper and the Gentlewomen of the Wayne Foundation Ladies Auxiliary request the pleasure of your company for a marionette masquerade ball on Saturday the 5th of September Nineteen Hundred and Sixty-Six, formal attire-all guests en masque." Well, how could we resist an invitation like that? How many people get to actually visit Wayne Manor? Photos by Star Foreman.
KING TUT………Greg Iriart