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  • L.A. artist Kimberly Brooks targets the style set in her latest show

     
    Artist Kimberly Brooks has been in and around L.A.'s style scene for years -- as a painter, Web designer, fashion lover and Hollywood wife (she's hitched to Albert Brooks). So it makes perfect sense that she would choose some of......
  • Saturday's TV Highlights: A couple find only children in a small town in 'Children of the Corn.;

     
    Click here to download TV listings for the week of Sept. 27 - Oct. 3 in PDF format This week's TV Movies CREEPY: David Anders stars in the new made-for-TV remake of Stephen King's chilling short story 'Children of the......
  • Eric McCormack gets to exhibit his macho side in 'The Fantasticks.'

    Eric McCormack gets to exhibit his macho side in 'The Fantasticks.'
    The combatant in question is a manly man. He's wearing high-testosterone black from head to toe and that ultimate flag of machismo -- a full-on beard. His opponent is 20 years younger, but as the two sword fighters thrust and parry, the dark, handsome...
  • Albert Brooks' long TV hiatus ends with 'Weeds' guest role

    AFTER more than 30 years, actor, filmmaker and writer Albert Brooks is returning to the small screen. When Showtime's "Weeds" premieres its fourth season on June 16, Brooks will play acerbic gambler Len Botwin, the father-in-law of pot-selling mom...
  • In its fourth season, Showtime's 'Weeds' finds Nancy Botwin border-bound

    In its fourth season, Showtime's 'Weeds' finds Nancy Botwin border-bound
    MAYBE THE idea of a suburban mom selling pot just wasn't that subversive anymore. After all, cable TV also has suburban chemistry teachers making meth ("Breaking Bad") and suburban polygamists ("Big Love") hiding in tract homes. Even CBS is about to...
  • 'Weeds'

    'Weeds'
    When "Weeds" premiered on Showtime, it seemed the quintessential suburban satire: Widowed stay-at-home mom accidentally becomes pot dealer and finds her inner gangsta amid the manicured lawns and granite-countered hypocrisy of a Southern California...