TikTok stars, Hollywood A list celebrate Ralph Lauren’s first Calif. show
On Thursday night, 200 celebrities, social media stars, and fashion influencers gathered at The Huntington Library, Art Museum and Botanical Gardens in San Marino, Calif, to celebrate Ralph Lauren’s debut in Southern California.washingtonpost.com
Ralph Lauren draws A-list Hollywood crowd for sumptuous show
Designer Ralph Lauren went big for his first Los Angeles fashion show, staging a sumptuous display of his well-honed ethos of casual luxury, with strong Western accents like cowboy hats and boots, against a setting sun at the grand Huntington Library, Art Museum, and Botanical Gardens in San Marino, California, near Los Angeles.
Panthers coaches to mask up for 'Sweet Caroline' celebration
Videos from the team’s Twitter account show players gathered in close proximity to Foley — and each other — and singing along without masks on. “.... All of the coaches, including coach Foley who is singing, if it continues, they definitely have to have masks on. I want to make sure we are safe and in compliance.”As for the players, Rhule said that decision will be left up to the team's medical staff. The NFL has fined coaches $100,000 each for not wearing masks on the sideline during games. The Associated Press reached out to the NFL for comment about whether the Panthers locker room singing celebrations were in violation of the league's COVID-19 protocols, but the league has not responded.
Neil Diamond musical headed to Broadway
"I've always loved Broadway," McCarten said. "On the mantle-piece in my childhood home in New Zealand, there were always two pictures: one was of the Pope, the other of Neil Diamond. The epic musical catalogue of this Rock and Roll Hall of Famer flowed endlessly off our family record player. Imagine my excitement, then, when the opportunity arose to work with Neil on a musical based on his life and music. Diamond fans can expect his hits like "Sweet Caroline," "America," "You Don't Bring Me Flowers" and "Song Sung Blue," to be covered in the show.
Neil Diamond returns to roots on new album
Neil Diamond returns to roots on new album He hasn't stopped writing songs since he first picked up a guitar in the 1950s. The singer, known for his stadium-sized anthems, released his 32nd album earlier this week. Diamond speaks to Anthony Mason about why he has to keep making music.cbsnews.com