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Allee Willis Museum of Kitsch says: View a video interview and tour of the famous Willis Wonderland where tonight's benefit party and art auction takes place.
"The (tragically) much-needed support system of AIDS Project Los Angeles gets some support of its own, as Museum of Kitsch founder Allee Willis opens her legendary private residence for a soul-food lawn party and art auction featuring the work of Tony Award-winner (and visual art impresario) John Lloyd Young (Glee). From one kitsch-meister to another, and from one legend of contemporary Broadway to another, comes this perfect fusion of design confection and comfort-food heaven."
- Shana Nys Dambrot
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