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Check Out Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde's Outfit At The TIME 100 Gala

This was what the superstar actress wore last night at Jazz, Lincoln Center in New York at the TIME 100 Gala. You like?

Celebrities Mingle on the TIME 100 Red Carpet

It was an event unlike any other.

The stars were there — Amy Adams, Alfonso Cuarón, Seth Meyers, among others — but there were also scientists and athletes, political leaders and activists, artists, designers and musicians, entrepreneurs and moguls, writers and inventors. 42 more words

'Gravity' Director Toasts Future Generations

Deciding to refrain from toasting his mother because “my Oedipus is rampant” and he still needs his eyes in order to direct movies, Alfonso Cuarón turned his praise to generations yet to come as he raised his glass at the TIME 100 Gala in New York Tuesday evening. 40 more words

The TIME 100 Gala in Two Minutes

They are the artists, scientists, entrepreneurs, leaders, writers, activists and performers who most profoundly shape our world. And each year, TIME invites 100 of them to meet for an evening of conversation, laughter and music. 20 more words

Gov. Scott Walker Praises Moms

“Pat Walker,” says Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker of his mother, “taught her children that they could do and be anything.”

Named by TIME as one of the most influential people for 2014, Walker raised a toast in honor of mothers everywhere, especially those who teach us “that to do well in life, we need to find ways to do good for others.”

'Not One of Us Gets Here Alone,' Notes Senator

Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, one of the 41 women named among the world’s 100 most influential people for 2014, recalled three of the women who most inspired her to become a leader during a toast at the TIME 100 Gala Tuesday. 18 more words

'Frozen' Songwriters Recommend Patience

Robert and Kristin Anderson-Lopez, the perky creative duo behind this year’s most infectious ear worms — and two of 2014’s most influential people in the world — salute all those indulgent souls who “make the young artists and thinkers and leaders feel like they have influence as they figure out what they are going to say and how to say it.” Even if it hurts sometimes.