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  1. Inside the Charity That Inspires James Franco to Don Green Tights

    9:00 am 8/14/2014

    In THR's Philanthropy Issue, the multihyphenate talks about donating proceeds from three small films (and occasional Grinch performances) to The Art of Elysium, which will honor Amber Heard later this yearRead more

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  2. Philanthropy Power Duo: How Edward Norton and Shauna Robertson Have Raised $150M With Hollywood Charity Game Changer

    9:00 am 8/14/2014

    Judd Apatow, Paul Rudd, Olivia Wilde and other stars have used CrowdRise, an innovative for-profit website that uses crowdsourcing to drive charitable fundraisingRead more

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  3. How David O. Russell and James Murdoch Are Creating the Next Generation of Great Directors

    9:00 am 8/14/2014

    In THR's Philanthropy Issue, the director and 21st Century Fox exec talk about how they're helping aspiring filmmakers as part of L.A.'s new Ghetto Film SchoolRead more

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  4. Why This Event Could Be L.A.'s Biggest Sports Spectacle Since the 1984 Olympics

    9:00 am 8/14/2014

    In THR's Philanthropy Issue, Maria Shriver and Lionsgate's Rob Friedman say next summer's Special Olympics World Games will bring $400 million to the cityRead more

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  5. John Legend on the Startling High School "Revelation" That Sparked His Music Career

    9:00 am 8/14/2014

    The singer explains in THR's Philanthropy Issue how his own experiences led him to launch a program to help New York City educatorsRead more

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  6. Michael Douglas: How I Capitalize on My Celebrity for a Good Cause

    9:00 am 8/14/2014

    As Russian tensions heat up, the longtime nuclear disarmament activist Michael Douglas opens up in THR's Philanthropy Issue about staying true to his missionRead more

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  7. How Dr. Heimlich Maneuvered Hollywood Into Backing His Dangerous AIDS "Cure"

    8:00 am 8/14/2014

    At the height of the crisis, the inventor of the famous anti-choking technique claimed HIV could be cured by injecting patients with malaria. New documents reveal how stars like Jack Nicholson and Ron Howard gave thousands to his causeRead more

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  8. Hollywood Do-Gooders, Beware: 6 Questions to Ask Before Committing to a Cause

    8:00 am 8/14/2014

    A philanthropic consultant tells THR how to properly vet an organizationRead more

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  9. Rose McGowan Co-Hosts 'Feedie' Dinner At The Standard In Downtown L.A.

    5:20 pm 8/13/2014

    Members of the film, fashion, music and art community broke bread to promote the “first philanthropic food app"Read more

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  10. Samuel L. Jackson and Maria Shriver Reveal Personal Tales That Inspired Their Charity Work

    11:13 am 8/13/2014

    Jackson (Alzheimer's Association), Shriver (Special Olympics), John Legend (LRNG Project), Steve Buscemi (Friends of Firefighters) and Denis Leary (The Leary Firefighters Foundation) introduce their causesRead more

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