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  • Gold Derby nuggets: Katy Perry to host Teen Choice Awards | Charlie Sheen plea deal delayed | 'Mad Men' secrets revealed

     
    • Katy Perry has been tapped to host the 12th edition of the Teen Choice Awards airing on Fox on Aug. 9. Perry is a four-time also-ran with these kudos, which determine winners via an online vote. She lost the Myspacer race in 2008 and her three music...
  • Party (and decorate) like you're 'Mad Men'

     
    The fourth season of "Mad Men" may not premiere until Sunday, but fans are already celebrating. Wanda Soileau, owner of the vintage store Playclothes, is hosting a "frock 'n' roll" party tonight and serving cocktails that would please Don Draper --...
  • Viola's Gourmet Goodies have a Hollywood pedigree

     
    Viola Rowland’s jalapeño jelly, mango chutney and corn relish started making the rounds at swanky Hollywood cocktail parties in the early 1930s. Actors Doris Day and Dan Duryea, cosmetics magnate Max Factor, and Los Angeles Examiner Hollywood gossip...
  • 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-...
  • Alan W. Livingston dies at 91; former president of Capitol Records

    Alan W. Livingston, an entertainment industry veteran whose career included creating the character of Bozo the Clown for popular children's read-along record albums in the 1940s and signing the Beatles during his tenure as president of Capitol Records...
  • Barry Comden dies at 74; restaurateur was 4th husband of Doris Day

    Barry Comden, a businessman and restaurateur who was the fourth husband of singer-actress Doris Day, died May 25 of heart failure at his Los Angeles home, said his son, Danny. He was 74. In 1976, he married Day after meeting her at the Beverly Hills...
  • Norman Katkov dies at 91; scriptwriter and novelist

    Norman Katkov dies at 91; scriptwriter and novelist
    Norman Katkov, a writer who started his long career crafting articles for newspapers and magazines and moved on to television scripts and novels, died Sept. 13 at his Los Angeles home of age-related causes, his son Richard said. He was 91. "A Cardinal...
  • Where the movies pop

    Where the movies pop
    We're lucky. As blockbuster moviegoing season gets into full swing this Memorial Day weekend, we live in a place where it's just as easy to see that new, hot indie as it is to see that old, familiar Indy (think crystal skulls). We get to do so in any...
  • Quiz: Who sang the most Oscar-winning songs?

     
    Gold Derby reader Jeff Commings suggests this trivia quiz. Only one artist was the original singer on four Oscar-winning songs. Who? To see the answer, click the "Continue Reading" link below. ANSWER: f.) Bing Crosby sang four Oscar-winning songs:...
  • Matt Weinstock, March 22, 1960

     
    “Hello? Anybody There?” A Courageous Move Along with spring, a sign has appeared in the Brentwood Country Mart, out in bosky del country, stating firmly, "Men Must Wear Shirts." It is the first voice of protest in a growing informality that has...
  • Matt Weinstock, April 4, 1960

     
    The Stamp Age and Its Problems It turns out that an idea projected here -- trading stamps redeemable for cash instead of premiums -- is already working fine at Tom Robertson's service station in Arcadia. The customer receives one stamp for each gallon...