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  • He also said he offered to the gala's producers a video of Mr. Buffett's son, Peter, who plays piano.

    A Song and Dance in China?

  • Fey, who has won several Emmys for her writing and acting, has given the Twain gala's producers and writers plenty of skits and one-liners to work with.

    Stars set to honor Tina Fey in Mark Twain Prize ceremony at Kennedy Center

  • True to his reputation, and with great gusto, he guided bidders to spend $376,000, almost double the gala's previous totals on work by Andres Serrano, William Wegman, Eric Fishl and Barbara Kruger.

    Regina Weinreich: Richard Prince Covers Jackson Pollock at Guild Hall

  • So of course he secured a personal boxing lesson from Floyd Mayweather and four days to tool around a Tesla for the gala's auction.

    Giants Staffer's Big Goal: Medical Miracle Worker

  • Gucci, which will be dressing a number of stars for the gala's red carpet, sees its commitment to Lacma as long term.

    Inside the Plans for L.A.'s Own Met Ball

  • In addition to Gucci's designer, Frida Giannini , the gala's host committee includes Dasha Zhukova , the Russian art and fashion patron who recently founded Garage magazine, which positions fashion as high art.

    Inside the Plans for L.A.'s Own Met Ball

  • Not to diminish their talents in the math and science disciplines, of course, but the gala's guest list included several designers, makeup moguls and Fashion Week affiliates.

    Women's Venturing

  • The high point of Mr. Battle's leadership so far was the gala's radiant "Arden Court" 1981, a male-dominated showcase for barefoot dancers to the 18th-century Baroque music of William Boyce, by modern-dance master Paul Taylor.

    First Signs of Battle at Alvin Ailey

  • Mr. Garfield, perhaps the gala's most visible guest, bid on a taping to "Saturday Night Live," helped auction off tickets to the upcoming "Spider-Man" premiere and donned blue spectacles like those worn by Jane Aronson, the doctor and founder of the WWO.

    At Gala, Comic Relief

  • The night raised over a million dollars, according to Ann Ziff , one of the gala's co-chairs.

    The Curtain Raiser to a Night at the Opera

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