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And it’s grown from just an idea into a big undertaking. Performers ranged in age from 60 to 90, and the range of talent was just as wide some sang, some danced and others told jokes. The crowd of more than 300 was well entertained during the two-hour show. McGrath opened the show with her rendition of “There’s No Business Like Show Business.” The show also honored America with several patriotic numbers and the presentation of colors, and military veterans were recognized. Other acts including Hollywood’s own Jersey Boys singing “Sherry” and the Sexy Seniors’ performance of “Rock Around the Mop.” Ricardo Ribeiro brought the audience to its feet with his performance of “Climb Every Mountain.” Two years ago, McGrath approached the YMCA’s executive director, Rhonda Ludwig, about putting together a show of senior talent. McGrath, who has more than 10 years experience in the entertainment industry, wanted to get her fellow seniors involved in singing and dancing. “It’s just my desire to show the world that there are still seniors that have talent and want to show it off,” she said. “We find more and more talent each year. It’s such a wonderful experience.” Ludwig said, “I thought this would be something that included like 10 or 15 people, and we could have it on the pool deck.” But like last year’s inaugural show, Ludwig and other YMCA staffers found themselves scrambling to find chairs and enough seats for the guests. “This is a big deal for everyone here in Hollywood,” she said. Proceeds from the show’s ticket sales will benefit the YMCA’s financial assistance programs.
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Popular Ugg boots that contain shearling are banned. Leather is not banned. Fur blankets are not banned. But sleeved blankets containing fur and meant to be worn are. Secondhand stores selling used fur products are not affected. A retailer caught selling fur can be charged with a misdemeanor if it receives more than three citations within a year. Though the city is home to numerous interior-design businesses as well as the Pacific Design Center, the ban does not apply to the sale of fur furniture or other non-wearable items. The ban is “a symbolic gesture that unfortunately affects businesses unfairly,” Morrill said. “In some cases, those products are the main lifeblood for the stores … and it will be devastating.” The ban on fur apparel was approved in fall 2011, and city officials said they sought input from store owners and residents. During one boisterous seven-hour hearing, hundreds of people many from out of town crowded into council chambers and gave council members a standing ovation after the vote.
Below, old Hollywood stays classy in a black & white paradise. Silent screen actress Claire Windsor listens to Sol Hoppil’s Hawaiian trio play her favorite melodies on the Big Island, 1927. Child actress Shirley Temple dances the hula in Honolulu, 1935. Actor Charlie Chaplin, Hawaiian Duke Kahanamoku, & actress Paulette Goddard (wife of Chaplin) on board a ship with leis around their necks, 1938. Actors Janet Leigh and Tony Curtis are all smiles aboard the ‘Lurline’ cruise ship headed for Honolulu, 1950. Actor Richard Widmark, his wife Jean Hazlewood and their daughter Ann wear leis as they disembarck from a plane for a vacation in Honolulu, 1950. Actor Clark Gable and his wife Sylvia Ashley relaxing in Honolulu, 1950. Actress Mamie Van Doren in Hawaii circa 1954. Actress Mitzi Gaynor visits Hawaii to film the Rodgers and Hammerstein musical “South Pacific,” 1958 Film star Ricky Nelson enjoys fishing on the Hawaiian island of Kauai, 1960. Singer and actor Elvis Presley and American actress Joan Blackman sit on the beach while in Hawaii to film the musical-comedy “Blue Hawaii,” 1961. Married actors Fred MacMurray and June Haver pose together under a Chinese parasol, in front an United Airlines airplane at the airport in Maui, 1963. Director, actor and singer Frank Sinatra with his daughter Nancy during production of “None But The Brave,” 1964.
Asked for a comment about his sister, AJ told the U.K.’s Daily Mail, “It’s been happening since middle school [people asking about Jennifer]. It’s been a pain in my ass for years. No comment.” For her part, Jennifer Aniston has said nothing about her younger brother, who described himself to the Daily Mail as a “travelling artist,” and has never appeared in public with him. Not every star keeps their siblings under wraps. Click through to see if you recognize these lesser-known siblings of Hollywood celebrities. Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images | Michael Tran/Getty Images Doug Pitt Brad Pitt ‘s look-alike younger brother Doug Pitt stepped out of his famous brother’s shadow last year when he appeared in a viral video for Virgin Mobile in which he spoofed his ordinary Joe life in Missouri by taking viewers on a tour of his home. “This is Doug Pitt,” the video begins. “The second-most-famous Pitt in his family.” The brothers first stunned fans with their uncanny likeness in 2004 at the premiere of “Ocean’s Twelve.” The younger Pitt is the owner of ServiceWorld Computer Center in Springfield, Mo., where he lives with his family. Larry Busacca/Getty Images | Michael Buckner/Getty Images Aimee Osbourne Jack and Kelly Osbourne’s older sister Aimee may not be as well known as her famous younger siblings after declining to participate in the family’s MTV reality show. But, the aspiring singer and actress has no regrets. “I’m not some weirdo depressed daughter that’s afraid of the world and locks herself in her room all day.