Ginn & Topics videos

Brandon Lee sizzle video 

A look at Brandun Lee soon after he turned pro as a boxer. This is a look at his workout routine.

 

A Foundation Built On Love

The official video of the Love and Love Tennis Foundation.

Angel View Fashion Show 2018

A look at the Fashion Show for Angel View, a Palm Springs area charity for children with disabilities

 

Former Los Angeles Times sports editor on USC-Notre Dame rivalry 

Bill Dwyre was a Notre Dame graduate, so when he took over the sports section at the Los Angeles Times, it created some colorful times whenever the Fighting Irish played the Trojans.

 

Love and Love Tennis Foundation free clinic

A look at one of the free clinics provided by the Love and Love Tennis Foundation, which was started by former tennis players Rosie Casals and Tory Fretz.

Nicholas Kontaxis’ “Jump” art show in Los Angeles

Rancho Mirage artist Nicholas Kontaxis had his first official art show in Los Angeles at the De Re Gallery on Melrose.

 

Rosie Casals Q&A about the “Battle of the Sexes.” 

Rosie Casals, who did the commentating with Howard Cosell, talks about the 2017 movie about the tennis match between Billie Jean King and Bobby Riggs. In the movie, Casals was portrayed by actress Natalie Morales.

 

Casals-Cooper Team Tennis Pro Am promotional video

A preview video for the Rosie Casals and Jackie Cooper Team Tennis Pro Am, a fundraiser for the Love and Love Tennis Foundation.

 

Iris Williams sings “She Was Beautiful” 

Iris Williams, who earned an Order of the British Empire from the Queen, performed her hit song, “He Was Beautiful” in a benefit concert for the American Cancer Society. She changed the song to “She Was Beautiful” and dedicated it to her mother, who died of cancer.

 

Kaitlyn Christian talks about being Emma Stone’s body double

Kaitlyn Christian, the 2013 NCAA doubles champion at USC, talks about working as a body double for Emma Stone for her 2017 movie “Battle of the Sexes.” This video was shot right before the Oscars, where Stone won best actress for “La La Land.”

Billie Jean King on Emma Stone, who will play her in a movie

Tennis pioneer Billie Jean King talks about Emma Stone, who will portray her in the 2017 film “Battle of the Sexes.”

 

 

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