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HITS LIST HITS THE HOME STRETCH
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CHARLES KOPPELMAN, 1940-2022
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SONG REVENUE: TURKEY TROT
The rich get richer. (11/28a)
GRAMMY SEASON
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CATALOG ECONOMICS
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VOTING AGAINST FASCISM
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IS IT CHRISTMAS YET?
THE B-SIDE
T.J. MARTELL FOUNDATION IS ALL ABOUT FAMILY
10/7/19

The T.J. Martell Foundation recently hosted its 10th Annual LA Family Day at The Grove. Hosted by Nickelodeon’s All That star Josh Server, the outdoor event with carnival-like activities brought together over 400 guests to raise money for the foundation’s cancer research programs at flagship hospitals like Children’s Hospital Los Angeles.

Presented by Citi and sponsored by The Grove and Caruso, live performances were given by former Fifth Harmony member and Dancing with the Stars contestant Ally Brooke, Nickelodeon star JoJo Siwa, and Hollywood Records’ artist, dancer and The Lion King actor JD McCrary. Also in attendance were Debbie Gibson, Mary Wilson, Rachael Leigh Cooke, Dance MomsAbby Lee Miller, the cast of Nickelodeon’s All That, Netflix’s Tall Girl star Ava Michelle and more.

Honorees at this year’s annual event were Nickelodeon’s SVP, Music & Talent Dough Cohn, who was given the L.A. Family Day Visionary Award and VANS’ Global Brand President Doug Palladini, who was presented with the L.A. Family Day Legacy Award. For more info on the T.J. Martell Foundation, click here. Pictured below before some vigorous face painting are Siwa, Brooke, Cohn and Gibson. None of them has ever heard of us.