Carly Rae Jepsen - Gimme Love Tour

It’s Always a Good Time with Carly Rae Jepsen

It doesn’t matter when or where, when Carly Rae performs it's always a good time. And I must admit, I strutted on the floor with the rest of the audience when she sang "Good Time" and Call Me Maybe". I could probably do an epic job lip syncing "Call Me Maybe" at Spike's Lip Sync Battle... just … [Read More...]

Steve Case promotes his book at Ronald Reagan Library

AOL Co-Founder Steve Case Talks About his New Book The Third Wave

It was 1998. The internet dot com industry was in high gear. Almost every phrase had a dot com at the end. In fact, it was a pop culture craze similar to what we see with hashtags today. My generation, Gen X-ers are all psyched to join a startup company, hoping it would go public. 1998 was the year … [Read More...]

Wyland 60th birthday

Wyland, Marine Life Artist celebrates 60th Birthday

If you're a connoisseur of the arts and marine life, then it's no brainer you know this prominent artist Robert Wyland... more famous known as just "Wyland". Wyland celebrated his 60th birthday at Wyland Laguna Beach Galleries on July 10 where he gave a tour of his new fine arts and explained some … [Read More...]

Owner of Waves of Attire: Katie Skala with Sister Jessica Skala

A Rolling Boutique: Waves of Attire

We have seen food trucks chock-full of food including ice cream, hotdog/hamburger trucks…and there are even gourmet food trucks. But the latest addition to the vendors-on-mobile squad has arrived: fashion trucks! Instead of serving lobster rolls and garlic fries, these businesses are hawking … [Read More...]

Recycled Materials Meet Fashion

Every year I make it a tradition to attend one of the most popular events at Festival of the Arts – Pageant of the Masters,  The Festival Runway Fashion Show. This innovative event was held on August 13 where artists compete to use reclaimed, reused or recycled materials to create the most inspired couture.  The Festival […]

Art for a Cause

Waste-Less art show and fundraiser

On August 20, I attended the 2nd annual art fundraiser Waste-Less. The fundraising and art event was presented by Surfrider Newport Beach and hosted by Volcom in the indoor skate park at their world headquarters in Costa Mesa. The art/fundraising event was open to the public with a suggested donation at the door. It was […]

First Hello Kitty Cafe in the US Opens in Irvine

Hello Kitty Cafe opens in Irvine CA

July 15 was the grand opening of Hello Kitty Cafe pop up in Irvine Spectrum. Culture seekers were in line for two hours to get a taste of the first Hello Kitty Cafe in the US. The cafe serves pastries and bite-sized cakes with Hello Kitty’s signature red bow. It also serves drinks such as […]

Wyland, Marine Life Artist celebrates 60th Birthday

Wyland 60th birthday

If you’re a connoisseur of the arts and marine life, then it’s no brainer you know this prominent artist Robert Wyland… more famous known as just “Wyland“. Wyland celebrated his 60th birthday at Wyland Laguna Beach Galleries on July 10 where he gave a tour of his new fine arts and explained some of the […]

OUE Skyspace Los Angeles New Attraction

Grand opening of Skyslide LA

OUE Skyspace LA has arrived. With all the media/social media buzz and press releases it’s finally here. Skyslide adds another LA attraction aside from amusement parks which LA is known for. When I was a kid, I visited New York’s Empire State Building observation deck. I was always curious why Los Angeles didn’t have one. […]

AOL Co-Founder Steve Case Talks About his New Book The Third Wave

Steve Case promotes his book at Ronald Reagan Library

It was 1998. The internet dot com industry was in high gear. Almost every phrase had a dot com at the end. In fact, it was a pop culture craze similar to what we see with hashtags today. My generation, Gen X-ers are all psyched to join a startup company, hoping it would go public. […]

Cameron Diaz Talks about the Science of Aging

Cameron Diaz Book Signing Barnes and Noble Huntington Beach April 14

Like many women my age, “aging/age” is the conversation we don’t want to broach. We are bombarded with messages on billboards, magazine ads claiming to rid us  of wrinkles, crows-feet, and double chin just to look younger. There is nothing wrong with that. If you have the dough and there’s a temporary solution then I […]

My Tribute to Prince

Popbuff.com honors Prince

I just came home from a conference when my nanny’s daughter told some of my family members who were home at that time, April 21, Thursday, that Prince died. I was in shell-shocked. How could Prince die when I have not heard in the news about substance abuse, drugs and all that kind of stuff. […]

Anne Fontaine’s Fashion Show at South Coast Plaza

Ruchel Freibrun popbuff blogger with Anne Fontaine

On March 31st, Anne Fontaine presented her spring-summer collection at South Coast Plaza, the upscale shopping center in Costa Mesa, California in Orange County. The event commenced with champagne served to the guests, followed by an introduction by Debra Downing, Executive Director of Marketing, at South Coast Plaza. The fashion show was well-attended by OC […]

Popbuff Review – Girls Night: The Musical

The cast of Girls Night: The Musical

Girls Night: The Musical is the perfect getaway and photo-op with your gff’s (girlfriends forever and even gayfriends forever). I saw the show at Laguna Playhouse in Laguna Beach on April 1st. I brought my bff, my mom, my bff’s mom, and two of my girlfriends. As I entered the lobby of the theater, I […]

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