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Bette Midler

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  • Hot Property: 'Married … With' one less payment

    Hot Property: 'Married … With' one less payment
    Actress Katey Sagal and her husband, writer-producer Kurt Sutter, have sold their Hollywood Hills compound for $3.77 million, the Multiple Listing Service shows. The 1937 house sits on more than half an acre with mountain and city light views. It has a...
  • Scene & Heard: Stars turn out for Hopper opening at MOCA

    Scene & Heard: Stars turn out for Hopper opening at MOCA
    After passing by Dennis Hopper's towering sculpture of "La Salsa Man," guests at the July 10 reception for "Dennis Hopper Double Standard" shared memories as they perused the show at the Geffen Contemporary at MOCA. With the sounds of "Don't Bogart...
  • Day 2 on the Disney Dream: A Bahamas port of call

    Day 2 on the Disney Dream: A Bahamas port of call
    Reporting from aboard the Disney Dream We’re back for Day 2 from aboard the Disney Dream cruise ship, where we spent the bulk of Friday docked in Nassau, Bahamas. Full coverage: Read the Day 1 and Day 3 dispatches and view photos from the Disney...
  • Shopping malls' greatest movie moments

    Shopping malls' greatest movie moments
    Shopping centers have always been about more than shopping. Before the rise of Internet-based social interaction, malls were a workplace, gathering place and pop culture petri dish for the better part of two generations. That made them the perfect...
  • My (family's) funny Valentine's Day

    My (family's) funny Valentine's Day
    Exhausted from Valentine's Day, my dad is taking a little time off from his column, leaving me to write the silly thing on my iPhone while waiting at stoplights and stuff. Yeah, I know that's totally illegal. Go ahead, arrest me. See, I'm used to...
  • Elements of Style

    While New York has its clannish brownstones and San Francisco its overplayed Victorian veneer, Los Angeles is a deliberate fracas of residential styles or, rather, a collection of self-realizations from individuals who happen to share the same streets....
  • Ray Ellis dies at 85; arranger worked with Bobby Darin, Johnny Mathis, Doris Day, scores of others

    Ray Ellis dies at 85; arranger worked with Bobby Darin, Johnny Mathis, Doris Day, scores of others
    Ray Ellis, the versatile pop music arranger who wrote the charts for hits by the Four Lads, Bobby Darin, Connie Francis, Doris Day and Johnny Mathis, has died. He was 85. Ellis, a longtime resident of Ojai, died Oct. 27 of liver cancer at an assisted-...
  • Robert Turturice dies at 60; Emmy-winning costume designer

    Robert Turturice dies at 60; Emmy-winning costume designer
    Robert Turturice, a Hollywood costume designer who won an Emmy Award for his work on the 1980s hit TV series "Moonlighting" and whose movie credits include "Batman & Robin" and "Big Top Pee-wee," has died. He was 60. Turturice, a former president of...
  • Richard Poirier dies at 83; literary critic helped found Library of America

    Richard Poirier dies at 83; literary critic helped found Library of America
    Richard Poirier, a literary critic and writer who was one of the founders of the Library of America, a monumental effort to keep American literary classics in print and accessible to the reading public, died Aug. 15 at Roosevelt Hospital in New York. He...
  • Three things I learned from the Leno - O'Brien debacle

     
    Considering all the ink that's been spilled on NBC and Jay Leno over the past year, it just doesn't seem right to not offer some final thoughts as he prepares to wrap up his brief but tumultuous run in prime......
  • Bette Midler in Pasadena

     
    Feb. 15, 1980: Lee Grant covers the filming of Bette Midler's "Divine Madness." Midler says of "The Rose," "The director had to explain to me that for the film to have any semblance of reality there would be moments when other people were on the screen...