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In 1956, Terry "Tubesteak" Tracy, freshly fired from his job at a downtown insurance company, bid goodbye to the 9-to-5 life and headed for the Malibu shore, where he built himself a shack out of wood scraps and palm fronds and sailed into surfing...
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LA Times MagazineStyle, spirit and taste—and premier designer Jane Hallworth—define the late Laura Ziskin’s Santa Monica home...
Cliff Robertson, who starred as John F. Kennedy in a 1963 World War II drama and later won an Academy Award for his portrayal of a mentally disabled bakery janitor in the movie "Charly," died Saturday, one day after his 88th birthday. Robertson, who also...
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Company TownJohn Calley: Well-known Hollywood figure John Calley, who led three studios, including most recently Sony Pictures, and produced films such as "Catch-22," "The Remains of the Day" and "The Da Vinci Code," died Tuesday at age 81....
Show TrackerWe didn't get startling revelations Sunday night in the season finale (series finale?) of AMC's "Rubicon" so much as confirmation of what has been sparingly parsed in the last few episodes. My big question after seeing how the writers tied......
Opinion L.A.I do love the Tournament of Roses parade, but not always for the same reasons other people do. Anything thatâs watched on television by tens of millions of people, and watched from Pasadenaâs sidewalks by thousands more -- no ,......
Martin Baum, an old-time New York theatrical talent agent who became a veteran voice of experience for the upstart Creative Artists Agency in the late 1970s and who brought to the firm such established star clients as Sidney Poitier and Peter Sellers, has...
Dominick Dunne, the bestselling novelist and Vanity Fair writer who chronicled the misdeeds of the rich and famous with wicked glee -- most memorably in his highly personal accounts of the trials of Claus von Bulow, the Menendez brothers and O.J....
Dick Berg, a longtime television and motion picture writer and producer, died Tuesday from a fall at his home in Los Angeles. He was 87. A pioneer of the made-for-television movie format that revolutionized network programming in the 1970s, Berg helped...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterLab mice with the mental retardation of Down syndrome got smarter after being fed a drug that strengthened brain circuits involved in learning and memory, researchers reported Sunday. After receiving once-daily doses of pentylenetetrazole, or PTZ, for 17...
Times Staff WriterDISCOVER the archeological treasures of the Greek isles on a 10-night tour that explores Santorini and Crete. The tour, sponsored by the Santa Barbara Museum of Art, begins May 10. "It's a wonderful time of year when wildflowers are blooming, enhancing...
Tags: Cruises, Theater, Richard Wagner, Music Theater, Ed Asner
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