"Even though there's a writers' strike, it doesn't mean that we shouldn't be honouring actors for their accomplishments," said Gavin Keilly, who organized a gift suite in Beverly Hills. He's donating a portion of its proceeds to the Writers Guild Foundation, he said."They didn't feel comfortable because of the strike," he said. "They didn't think people would come.""I knew the actors would still be supporting the gifting," said Susan Setz, who was showing her Wild Rose Tattoo Shirts at a gift suite in Brentwood. "I looked at it as a wonderful opportunity."
Strike Won't Stop Flow of Stars' Swag
By Sandy CohenLOS ANGELES -- Despite the Golden Globes being reduced from swanky dinner party to no-...