This weekend celebrities and their dogs are strutting the catwalk all for a good cause. Haute Dog L.A. benefits Canine Companions for independence, which is a nonprofit organization that provides trained assistance to people with disabilities. Co-chair Annette Ramirez and her service dog Patch join Carlos & Lisa to talk about the event.
Lisa talks to Elizabeth O'Neil about the wonderful Variety the Children's Charity Poker Night.
Lisa learns about what Mending Kids does to help children around the world.
C&L learn about the cool surf therapy organization, A Walk on Water.
Carlos talks to Michael Epstein of the Nautica Malibu Triathlon about the children it helps and the people who love it.
Carlos & Lisa talk to Michelle Sathe about the Best Friends Animal Society.
Carlos & Lisa talk to CEO Robert Santana of The Boys & Girls Club of Central Orange Coast about the technological advances in the club for kids today!
As "Super Vincent" fought cancer the Ronald McDonald House helped his family stay together. He tells us about his journey with his mom, Melissa Dominguez.
Carlos & Lisa talk to Michelle Sathe of the Best Friends Animal Society about the benefit of adopting older pets.
Kim Westfall and Beni Lup tell us how they got involved in Uncaged and how their mission is to help these women back into society after the trauma of trafficking.
Monika Wiela is the founder of the "Give Back Box" which helps reuse all those Amazon boxes you have laying around your house. She uses those boxes to fill with donations for those who need them. You can donate anything from shoes and clothes to Lego bricks.
Patti Edwards and Rebecca Cooper of Childhelp are discussing their non-profit and how their goal is to "provide children we serve with an environment of compassion and kindness".
Michelle Sathe of the Best Friends Animal Society is telling us how you can foster a dog or cat while they wait for their forever home. Programs are available across the U.S.
Lisa talks to Tedi & Sonya Serge about their idea to help young girls find and maintain self-esteem during a time when most young people are at their most vulnerable.
Lisa talks to Molly about the loss of a child and how she is using connection to heal and dance to inspire.
Carlos & Lisa talk to Suzannah Dacre about her company which helps with investment and then paying it forward to those in need.
Musician & Artist Blake Lewis tells us why he loves supporting the Ronald McDonald House and his new single "Pot of Gold"
Ana Maria Alvarez from CONTRA-TIEMPO joins Carlos Amezcua of BeondTV to talk about their show at the Wallis Theater in Beverly Hills.
Director John Scheinfeld is debuting his new film "Sergio Mendes: In The Key of Joy" at the Santa Barbara film festival.
Universities are adding adulting classes to help young people learn how to "adult". Plus we hear from Joel Gonzales and Natalia Ochoa of "Nosotros" on how the organization aims to lift latinos in the entertainment industry. Guests today include Realtor Aaron Kirman of CNBC's "Listing Impossible", Ava Kolker of "Sydney to the Max", Actress Patrika Darbo and the urban latin dance company CONTRA-TIEMPO.
Aaron Kirman has sold billions of dollars in real estate and is now rocking the boat and showing what high-end real estate really looks like in "Listing Impossible".
Actress Ava Kolker plays Olive on "Sydney to the Max" and is telling us how she found out that the show had been renewed for season 3! Plus she has new music coming out soon!
"Nosotros" is a non-profit organization created, in part, by actor Ricardo Montalbán 50 years ago. Their goal is to strengthen latino voices in the entertainment industry and tell the real stories of latinos all around the world. President Joel Gonzales and Vice Co-Chair Natalia Ochoa tell us what they are all about!
Actress Patrika Darbo is an Emmy winner, feature film and TV actress who tells us what it's like in the industry now with all the many options to watch content! Plus she has a new show called "Studio City" on Amazon Prime and will appear on "9-1-1: Lonestar" with Rob Lowe.