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Culture MonsterSmithsonian unveils portrait of Bill and Melinda Gates...
Change of SubjectIâm cleaning off my desk here and the following quotes are on scraps of paper in a little pile. You may find some of the them wise and useful: We tend to forget that happiness doesnât come as a result......
L.A. NOWA West Hollywood antiques dealer has been charged with selling a fake Picasso drawing for $2 million, officials from the U.S. attorneyâs office said today. Tatiana Khan, 69, owner of the Chateau Allegre gallery on La Cienega Boulevard, allegedly hired.....
L.A. NOWAn antiques dealer who sold a fake Pablo Picasso painting for $2 million has pleaded guilty to witness tampering and lying to the FBI, authorities said Friday. Tatiana Khan, 70, of West Hollywood, could be sentenced to as much as......
With Harold Ford out, New York Republicans court Mort Zuckerman -- Sen. Gillibrand's worst nightmare?Top of the TicketModerate Republican ponders a bid to capture New York's longtime Democrat Senate seat....
Los Angeles TimesLooking for a stylish read? Here are some very fashionable books out this spring. "City of Style" (Harper Collins, $21.99) is an approachable field guide to L.A. style in all its incarnations, whether Laurel Canyon bohemians or Mexican American cholas,...
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MICHELANGELO SIGNORILE hosts a daily radio program on Sirius satellite radio.THE FINGER-POINTING in the Mark Foley scandal has curiously not focused on one particularly powerful player complicit in allowing the Florida Republican to continue his detrimental behavior for years: the American media. By not reporting on Foley's...
Elizabeth Taylor, the glamorous queen of American movie stardom, whose achievements as an actress were often overshadowed by her rapturous looks and real-life dramas, has died. She was 79. Hospitalized six weeks ago for congestive heart failure, Taylor...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterDominick Dunne's eight-day visit started with dinner at the Regency Club. His pal Paige Rense, who edits Architectural Digest, invited him and a few others--all as rich or as famous as the people Dunne writes about. Another night it was Mortons, watering...
NORMAN PEARLSTINE was managing editor of the Wall Street Journal from 1983 to 1991 and editor in chief of Time Inc. from 1995 to 2005. His book, "Off the Record: The Press, the Government, and the WarA.J. LIEBLING'S somewhat shopworn comment that "freedom of the press is guaranteed only to those who own one" is still true 50 years later — and Rupert Murdoch is well aware of it as he negotiates to purchase the Wall Street Journal and its parent,...
Matthew Heller's last story for the magazine was about well-compensated activists for the disabled.Marlon Brando spent the last few years of his life mostly cloistered in the master bedroom of his home on Mulholland Drive, the great actor reduced to an obese, distrustful and tormented recluse. But there was a place to which he could escape by simply...
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