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  • Hotel as home

    Moments after the private elevator in the Montage Beverly Hills slides open, the staff warmly greets Larry Field and ushers him to a pool-view seat at the rooftop Conservatory Grill. The hostess gives him a hug. Servers nod in recognition. --------------...
  • Book Review: 'Lips Unsealed' by Belinda Carlisle

    Book Review: 'Lips Unsealed' by Belinda Carlisle
    The rise and fall of the Go-Go's is well known — and well televised. One month after the single "Our Lips Are Sealed" came out in 1981, MTV was launched and songs from the double-platinum "Beauty and the Beat" were soon in constant video rotation....
  • Joyce Sloane dies at 80; beloved powerhouse of Second City improvisational theater in Chicago

    Joyce Sloane dies at 80; beloved powerhouse of Second City improvisational theater in Chicago
    Joyce Sloane, the beloved maternal powerhouse of the Second City improvisational theater in Chicago, and the woman who found and nurtured such comedy giants as John Belushi, Gilda Radner, Chris Farley and Bill Murray, died of natural causes Thursday in...
  • Two Guys Lose Weight: The Bluto 'Animal House' diet

    Two Guys Lose Weight: The Bluto 'Animal House' diet
    The following is a blog documenting two Los Angeles Times editors' attempts to lose weight. It all began on Jan. 10. Eat anything you want and lose weight? Although it sounds like something you might hear on a cheesy infomercial at 3 a.m., it is...
  • Allen Klein dies at 77; powerful figure in music world

    Allen Klein dies at 77; powerful figure in music world
    Allen Klein, the brash music mogul whose five-decade career included stints as the business manager for the Beatles and the Rolling Stones, died Saturday in New York. He was 77. Klein died after a lengthy battle with Alzheimer's disease, according to Bob...
  • UCLA Students Honor John Belushi

     
    Feb. 13, 1980: John Belushi comes to UCLA to receive the Jack Benny Memorial Award for Excellence in Entertainment. Asked if he would do serious movie roles, Belushi replies: "These days, people need comedy."...
  • Howard Stern back in spotlight after Gabourey Sidibe attack

     
    This might be the most attention Howard Stern has gotten for himself since leaving terrestrial radio. On Monday, the Sirius/XM shock jock ran afoul of the size-acceptance trend by unloading on Gabourey Sidibe, the Oscar-nominated actress in "Precious."...
  • Flashback: 'Clash of the Titans' lost best picture to 'Raiders of the Lost Ark' … at the Saturn Awards

     
    "Clash of the Titans" is in a fierce clash with film critics, who are thrusting their pens like swords, gleefully, at the 3-D remake. Why? "There's nothing worse than a boring behemoth," fumes USA Today. "It's doubtful that records are kept about this...
  • Paul Shaffer knows what to spill -- and not -- in his memoir

     
    Paul Shaffer has shared the stage with so many big names that it's probably easier to list the stars he hasn't worked with. How many television sidekicks can boast to having played with both Andy Kaufman and his alter-ego, Tony......
  • "So You Think You Can Dance": Bringing it in Beantown

     
    It seems that Phoenix was just a fluke week, as the potentially great dancers of Season 6 showed up en masse for the 'So You Think You Can Dance' auditions in Boston. So many promising dancers! At the end of......
  • A dozen places in L.A. to feel like a star

    LOS ANGELES 1. The Beverly Hills Hotel and Bungalows Still lording from its leafy roost in pink and green. Even if you don't stay here, you can stroll the halls, admiring the photographs of Douglas Fairbanks and Mary Pickford (who lived up the street),...