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My hair is lustrous, full bodied, glossy. My skin is smoother and my eyes clearer. I'm thinking of registering myself with the AKC. For the past two weeks I've been showering in the blessed rain of the Jonathan Beauty Water shower filter, an absolutely...
Georges Marciano was holding court at the Polo Lounge last week, making the case why a man best known for the snazzy jeans that made him a multimillionaire should be California's next governor. A political independent untethered to the usual party schisms...
Tags: Television, Entertainment, Celebrities, Sports, Voting
I have this idea for a hugely successful business, but apparently it will so completely destroy my credibility that my print journalism career would end. And I can't quit a growth field like this. My plan was to start a consulting agency to train...
Times Television CriticWhatever value there ever was in glimpsing the "real lives" of marginal celebrities was long ago leeched from the likes of the Osbourne family and Anna Nicole Smith. And yet the shows keep coming, one after the other, reality nonchalantly surrendering...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterThis column is either part of the problem or a thought on its solution. We comment; you decide. The late Murray Kempton once described editorial writers as "the people who come down from the hill after the battle to shoot the wounded." Nowadays, media...
Among the major notables who passed from the scene this year, three of the most famous -- two masters of cinema and a genius of football -- died on the same day: July 30. Two others -- a historic Russian leader and a U.S. chronicler of war -- left us...
Times Staff WriterTwo personal journals handwritten by Anna Nicole Smith are going on the auction block — again. The two diaries, written in 1992 and 1994 by the late Playboy and Guess jeans model, reveal some of Smith's innermost thoughts, including fears at...
Marble columns, porcelain mosaics and Venetian skylights in the palatial James R. Browning Courthouse belie the rough-and-tumble origins of the West's authoritative law court. Birthed in Gold Rush calamity and come of age on the frontier, the U.S. 9th...
ERIC LUCAS is a freelance writer in Seattle.WELCOME TO the club, Lindsay. Hope you stay awhile this time. Though it seems unbearably frivolous — this incessant celebrity hopping from bar to rehab and back — it's anything but. Life and death are at stake, and believe me, I know. I...
Los Angeles Times Staff WritersWeeks before O.J. Simpson's highly publicized arrest on charges that he barged, armed, into a Las Vegas hotel room, the FBI was told the former football star might try to retrieve sports memorabilia he believed had been stolen from him, authorities said...
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Howard K. Stern, the companion of Anna Nicole Smith and executor of her will, has filed court papers seeking 6 percent of whatever the model's estate might recover from her late husband's fortune. Stern filed his creditor's claim Oct....
Tags: Bankruptcy, Death
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterThe same week that Britney Spears' downward spiral garnered more ink than the latest Indonesian natural disaster, her former paramour, Justin Timberlake, further cemented his position as one of the decade's most respected pop stars. Not only did he clean...
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