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  • Wu-Tang Clan says it has been offered $5 million for secret album

    Wu-Tang Clan says it has been offered $5 million for secret album
    When the Wu-Tang Clan announced they would manufacture, and auction off, just one copy of a long-in-the-works secret album, the news was met with obvious intrigue. Who would shell out the money for the rarity -- and how much would a given collector be...
  • Letters: Power outage

    Re “Going once ...” March 26 Regarding the upcoming auction at the shuttered San Onofre nuclear plant and your line about the “the auction is generating interest”: That is the first thing being generated there since January of...
  • Upcoming San Onofre nuclear plant auction generates interest

    Upcoming San Onofre nuclear plant auction generates interest
    Inside a building at the old San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station, where storage casks were once manufactured to hold spent nuclear fuel, Dave Althaus looked adoringly at a large piece of equipment once used to cut metal. "That's a beautiful machine,"...
  • Eydie Gorme's auction-bound jewelry to make public debut Sunday

    Eydie Gorme's auction-bound jewelry to make public debut Sunday
    A collection of jewelry once owned by the late Eydie Gorme that is headed to the auction block in New York City next month will be previewed locally -- for one day only -- this Sunday. The March 30 preview at Sotheby’s Los Angeles marks the public...
  • Glendale to auction off vintage game arcade machines

    Glendale to auction off vintage game arcade machines
    The city of Glendale will soon be auctioning off dozens of vintage game arcade machines, including two Ms. Pac-Mans and a Galaga game, worth tens of thousands of dollars that were acquired using redevelopment funds. The more than 50 machines — and...
  • He dreams of famed roller coaster's return

    He dreams of famed roller coaster's return
    Larry Osterhoudt lives alone in the Downey house where he grew up, a neat, single-story that still wears the same faded pink and white lace curtains with a kind of quiet pride. An elaborate Lionel train set takes up much of a bedroom-turned-office,...
  • Jane and Marc Nathanson to sell three works from collection

    Jane and Marc Nathanson to sell three works from collection
    Jane and Marc Nathanson, the Los Angeles philanthropic couple who are active on the board of the L.A. County Museum of Art, will be selling three works of modern art from their private collection at a Sotheby's auction scheduled for May 14 in New York....
  • Hollywood Museum exhibits Marlene Dietrich auction items

    Hollywood Museum exhibits Marlene Dietrich auction items
    A 1955 letter to Marlene Dietrich from Ernest Hemingway, which begins with the author referring to the legendary actress as "Dearest Kraut," one of Dietrich's blue and black double breasted tuxedos, a late 19th-century Swiss cylinder music box, several of...
  • Death doesn't end car lease obligation

    Death doesn't end car lease obligation
    If you lease a car, don't think you can get out of payments just because you're dead. Death, it turns out, is considered "early termination" of your contract, and that can mean thousands of dollars in penalty fees. Sally Shafton, 81, learned this...
  • Final auction set for Debbie Reynolds' Hollywood memorabilia

    Final auction set for Debbie Reynolds' Hollywood memorabilia
    Auction house Profiles in History has announced that the third and final audition of actress Debbie Reynolds' Hollywood collection will take place May 17 and 18. The veteran actress, whose career included the 1952 film "Singin' in the Rain," the 1964...
  • David Hasselhoff, Gene Simmons featured on 'Celebrity Home Raiders'

    David Hasselhoff, Gene Simmons featured on 'Celebrity Home Raiders'
    For those who have always wanted to see David Hasselhoff's house, Lifetime has a series for you. In conjunction with Beverly Hills-based Julien’s Auctions, the network will debut "Celebrity Home Raiders" on Thursday at 10 p.m. The premise couldn&...