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Animal lovers had a doggone good time at Fox Studios to benefit the Coalition for Pets and Public Safety and the California Wildlife Center. Several hundred folks scampered in for the festivities, which included a cocktail reception and music by Kiki Ebsen.

The silent auction couldn’t have been more pooch appropriate. Must-have items included gold lame dog carriers, gift bags filled with doggie products like Canine Unwind Massage Oil, tickets to “Bark! The Musical,” gourmet dog bones and custom made doggie bowls.

Revelers put down their final bids before high-tailing it over to a special screening of “Little Manhattan.” It was a fun-filled way to help out thousands of furry friends. The California Wildlife Center helps rescue, rehabilitate and release thousands of sick and injured animals every year, while the Coalition for Pets and Public Safety offers free and low-cost spay and neuter programs to help make sure every pup and kitty has a loving home. Bow Wow!


The holidays are just around the corner and that means time to shop in the name of love. Beginning on Nov. 30, Project Angel Food will host its annual Divine Design fundraiser-a fab fling that mixes shopping, champagne and celebrities.

Fashion fans will flock to the Barker Hangar, where gobs of great garb and gear will be offered at discount prices. This year’s lineup includes the likes of Donna Karan, Cole Haan, Monique l’huillier, Rock and Republic, Ralph Lauren and Marc Jacobs, and shades by L.A. Eyeworks, naughty nothings from Frederick’s of Hollywood and Hello Kitty for the kiddies.

This year’s Man of Style Award will be presented to Ryan Seacrest. The former “American Idol” host, radio deejay and television personality has stepped into the fashion industry after launching his own clothing line, which is already making its way into posh shopping hangs like Fred Segal and Scoop. Happy shopping!


You won’t have to drive across town to get your artistic fill, just bop on over to Pepperdine. From classical to contemporary, The Center for the Arts has something for everyone this season.

Anything Goes beginning on Nov. 10 as the classic Broadway musical hits the stage. Increase your street cred and check and out “Break! The Urban Funk Spectacular.”

For a laugh, there’s John Cleese of Monty Python fame in “Seven Ways to Skin an Ocelot.” Christopher Cross will come sailing into town and Manhattan Transfer will be harmonizing body and soul. Bop Doo-Wopp!