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  • Memorable male makeovers in movies

    Memorable male makeovers in movies
    Although the makeover movie genre often thrusts men into padded superhero suits, the silver screen has offered up a handful of memorable male metamorphoses that required little more than a change of clothes, a shift of the shoulder and an attitude...
  • Riverside County tribal members are angry after two latest killings by deputies

    Riverside County tribal members are angry after two latest killings by deputies
    A wild gun battle between Riverside County sheriff's deputies and a pair of suspects on the Soboba Indian Reservation left two people dead and tribal members frustrated and demanding answers Tuesday. "There are better ways to solve these problems than by...
  • 'High School Musical's' Vanessa Hudgens buys Studio City home for $2.75 million

    'High School Musical's' Vanessa Hudgens buys Studio City home for $2.75 million
    OK, PULL up the blinds in your sleeping tween-ager's room and show her this column. I promise she will not shoot daggers your way. Vanessa Hudgens Vanessa Hudgens of "High School Musical" fame has bought her first house. It's in Studio City, it cost $2.75...
  • Like ghost stories? Hollywood and environs will oblige

    Like ghost stories? Hollywood and environs will oblige
    Even after the costumes are worn, the candy collected and the ghoulish jack-o'-lantern turned back into a pumpkin, Halloween doesn't have to be over -- if you are willing to be entertained by a good ghost story. Almost anywhere you look in Southern...
  • California politicians can't reform themselves

    Thursday, the Los Angeles Times ran an editorial pleading for California Republicans to help save the State Children's Health Insurance Program, or SCHIP, vetoed by President Bush. The very next day, The Times had another of many editorials pleading for...
  • 'Lost in Space' actor Bob May dies at 69

    'Lost in Space' actor Bob May dies at 69
    Bob May, who donned The Robot's suit in the hit 1960s television show "Lost in Space," has died. He was 69. May died Sunday of congestive heart failure at a hospital in Lancaster, said his daughter, Deborah May. He was a veteran actor and stuntman who...
  • Defending Jerry Lewis

    I never thought I'd find myself defending Jerry Lewis. Like a lot of people of my generation (and, unless you live in France, the one before that and quite possibly the one before that), my brain just isn't wired to appreciate the charms of his act, which...
  • Movie dubber known as voice of Woody Allen dies

    Movie dubber known as voice of Woody Allen dies
    Oreste Lionello, an entertainer and film dubber who was Italy's "voice" of Woody Allen, Jerry Lewis and other comic stars, died in a Rome hospital today. Lionello, 81, was a star in Italy's important entertainment industry of movie dubbing. Relatively...
  • Ed McMahon dies at 86; Johnny Carson's sidekick on 'The Tonight Show' for 30 years

    Ed McMahon dies at 86; Johnny Carson's sidekick on 'The Tonight Show' for 30 years
    Ed McMahon, a television pioneer who warmed "The Tonight Show" couch for nearly 30 years as Johnny Carson's jovial sidekick and announcer, died early Tuesday. He was 86. McMahon died at Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center, according to his publicist,...
  • Suzanne Pleshette, sexy star of 'Bob Newhart Show,' dies at 70

    Suzanne Pleshette, sexy star of 'Bob Newhart Show,' dies at 70
    Suzanne Pleshette, the dark-haired, smoky-voiced actress who played Bob Newhart's confident and sexy wife, Emily Hartley, for six years on the popular 1970s sitcom "The Bob Newhart Show," has died. She was 70. The widow of comic actor Tom Poston,...
  • Sam Butera dies at 81; 1950s-'60s tenor saxophonist

    Sam Butera dies at 81; 1950s-'60s tenor saxophonist
    Sam Butera, a hard-swinging tenor saxophonist who formed a rowdy and successful onstage partnership with entertainers Louis Prima and Keely Smith in the 1950s, died Wednesday at a hospital in Las Vegas. He was 81. He had Alzheimer's disease, according to...