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  • Jeffrey Deitch welcomes you to his posh L.A. house

     
    It's no secret that directors of major art museums are well-compensated financially and often lead lives that rival those of movie stars in terms of conspicuous consumption and real estate. Such is apparently the case with Jeffrey Deitch, the head......
  • Perfecting your look for the Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic Los Angeles

     
    This Sunday, style and sport converge at Will Rogers State Park in Pacific Palisades during the Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic Los Angeles. The polo match will feature Nacho Figueras -- Black Watch team captain, Ralph Lauren model and “the second-most........
  • Behind the scenes of 'Dancing with the Stars': Where is Sarah Palin?

     
    Many of you (over 21 million) tuned in to see who had the best legs of the night on ABC's "Dancing with the Stars" on Monday -- and Florence Henderson, we didn't see it coming, but we love it. Our......
  • Were moviegoers bamboozled into seeing George Clooney in 'The American'?

     
    If you haven't heard already, the George Clooney film "The American" has the dubious distinction of being the No. 1 movie at the box office this weekend despite having received an abysmal grade of D minus from CinemaScore, which tracks......
  • From the Vaults: 'My Favorite Wife' (1940)

     
    Returning to earlier themes of Cary Grant and wife-swapping, this week we have "My Favorite Wife," a screwball comedy. As usual with this genre, your mood will determine whether you find the antics hilarious or simply trying. So if you are at all tired or...
  • From the Vaults: 'The Shop Around the Corner' (1940)

     
    Why, it's another movie by Ernst Lubitsch! And it could not be more different from the stately silent film we looked at last week. (My God, it's almost like this was planned.) A classic comedy of manners, "The Shop Around the Corner" got a boost in 1998...
  • Chuck Palahniuk's blowup extravaganza

     
    Before Chuck Palahniuk began dumping boxes of shrink-wrapped plastic inflatables onto the stage and chucking them into the audience, the people who'd paid $40 for VIP tickets stood quietly in four orderly lines: getting tickets, getting through the gate,...
  • Elegant Southern comfort at First & Hope

     
    “Supper club” is a nostalgic term that PR flacks like to throw around when describing their client. Picture a glamorous, meticulously decorated room where the likes of Cary Grant and Irene Dunne sit at little tables sipping cocktails and nibbling...
  • Ridley Scott: 'Blade Runner' has 'echoed through pop culture in a very special way'

     
    FROM THE ARCHIVE: 2007 RIDLEY SCOTT INTERVIEW Ridley Scott is one of three directors I'll be interviewing on stage next weekend at the first Hero Complex Film Festival and we'll be screening two of his landmark films: "Blade Runner" and......
  • From the Vaults: 'His Girl Friday' (1940)

     
    I once read an excellent book about single life that included this recipe for depression: "Go out and rent a movie with Cary Grant in it, come back and put the kettle on." This advice has never failed me. You cannot go wrong with Cary Grant; his movies...
  • From the Vaults: 'Inferno' (1980)

     
    OK, here's where I alienate all you nice "His Girl Friday" fans from last week; sorry. This week's movie does not have Cary Grant, but it does have a man being eaten alive by rats! "Inferno" is the second in Dario Argento's loose trilogy "Three Mothers,"...