Graham Nash, lifelong photographer and founding member of Crosby, Stills and Nash is exhibiting a personal collection of photographs at the Morrison Hotel Gallery in Soho, New York and simultaneously at The Men's Market, Manhasset, NY and the Morrison Hotel Gallery Sunset Marquis in West Hollywood. Here he tells stories behind the photos of such rock legends as Johnny Cash, Joni Mitchell and Phil Collins. He's joined by gallery owner Peter Blachley. Nash speaks with Vonnie Quinn on Bloomberg Radio's "The Hays Advantage."
Los Angeles is a fine city for eating out, even if New York garners more attention for its culinary prowess. California cuisine tends to be light and fresh, while Latin and Asian influences add color and spice.
When Reince Priebus was first elected chairman of the Republican National Committee two years ago, he inherited a party plagued by debt and internal squabbles. His party is no longer in debt, although its future is less certain and it’s filled with even more angst.
Tony Aquino, 58, is a self-described “1 percenter” who’s bought and sold more than 30 Southern California properties from the coast to the desert. Walter Jimenez, 29, is a short-order cook and air-conditioning installer. They’re joined by a common interest: California’s latest Gold Rush, medical marijuana.