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Issue #253
Fall 2014


Cover Profile

Adrian Grenier

By Darren Gluckman

The do-it-all, no-slowing-down, eternally optimistic Adrian Grenier.


Isaac Mizrahi: In Fashion

By Nancy A. Ruhling

It wasn’t a trend or a fabric that changed Isaac Mizrahi’s life. It was an unexpected friend, who turned into something much more.

Joey Adler: Pal Joey

By Alexandra Lucchesi

How Joey Adler inspired A-listers like Brad Pitt and Matt Damon to change lives, one person at a time.

Q&A With Stephanie March: The Power of One

By Victoria DiPlacido

Stephanie March is just one of dozens of celebrities who have signed on to OKOW’s powerful global mission.

Kelly Osbourne: Daughter of Darkness

By Marc Weisblott

The First Daughter of reality TV comes of age.

Lance Bass: Garage Band

By Julie Jacobs

From *NSYNC to celebrity yard sales, Lance Bass is putting a price tag on clutter.


  • Buffett beats personal record with $2.8 billion donation
  • Son donates $100 million as tribute
  • Zuckerbergs give $120 million for S.F. schools
  • DiCaprio donates $7 million for oceans
  • Duke gets $30 million for engineers
  • Medical school gets another $50 million
  • Kickstarter campaign raises record amount
  • $67 million donation in London
  • Prince’s Wild fight enlists Beckham
  • Garfield and Stone sign on for charity
  • Pippa pedals across America
  • Google crowns top nonprofits
  • Giving it away, in one semester
  • Gift shocks parents, students
  • Steyer stymies climate change with $2 million
  • One Directioners score for charity


  • Up2Us Gala
  • Louis Vuitton and ONEXONE Host “Art of Personalization”
  • New York City Ballet 2014 Spring Gala
  • The 18th Annual Heritage Dinner
  • Chasing Dreams Gala
  • amfAR Cinema Against AIDS Gala
  • MoMA Party in the Garden

The Index

The Entertainment Issue

Our list of celebrities who have been doing their part to draw attention to a diverse set of causes this year.

Big Gift: Andrew J. and Erna Viterbi

The Viterbi family gives USC $15 million.

Eight Questions: LL Cool J

LL and his charitable efforts.

First Person:Carmen Electra

Electra’s personal connection to her work with brain cancer survivors.