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Al Jolson

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  • Encino home with a marquee full of former star owners is for sale

    Encino home with a marquee full of former star owners is for sale
    A walled and gated Encino estate that has been home to actors Al Jolson, Kirstie Alley, Katey Sagal and Charlie Sheen at various times has come back on the market at $6.95 million. Updated in keeping with its architectural history, the 1934 traditional...
  • Don't blame Santa Monica shoppers

    The Times editorial "It’s a two-way street” correctly pointed out earlier this month that traffic in areas of Mar Vista and West L.A. has been adversely affected by Santa Monica's nonstop development. Indeed, all one has to do is watch the...
  • Bob Mitchell dies at 96; silent-movie organist was house musician for Dodgers

    Bob Mitchell dies at 96; silent-movie organist was house musician for Dodgers
    Bob Mitchell, an organist who was the first such house musician at Dodger Stadium and the last surviving working accompanist from the silent-film era, has died. He was 96. Mitchell died Saturday from congestive heart failure at Hancock Park...
  • PASSINGS

    Sue Burns Part-owner of Giants was a faithful fan Sue Burns, 58, a part owner of the San Francisco Giants who was a close friend of home run king Barry Bonds, died Sunday of complications from cancer, team spokesman Jim Moorehead said. She was...
  • Grant Show has listed his Hollywood Hills home for close to $2 million

    Grant Show has listed his Hollywood Hills home for close to $2 million
    Moving farther from Melrose? Now that the writers strike has been settled, former "Melrose Place" star Grant Show has swung back into action. Show plays Tom Decker, an airplane pilot and lead character in the '70s-themed CBS series "Swingtown," about...
  • San Bernardino: Distinguished by foothills, French fries

    San Bernardino may not be the Eden the early inhabitants stumbled upon, but the creeks and river are still inviting, and snowcapped mountains grace its backdoor in the wintertime. Sports and cultural events abound in this storied city where the McDonald...
  • Movie Star Mystery Photo

     
    Los Angeles Times file photo Update: Josephine Dunn in an undated photo Update: This is actress Josephine Dunn (1906-1983). The Times evidently didn’t publish an obituary on her. Just a reminder on how this works: I post the mystery photo on Monday...
  • LA TIMES REVIEW: 'Avatar' restores a sense of wonder to the moviegoing experience'

     
    "AVATAR" COUNTDOWN: 3 DAYS In Hollywood, personal feuds can turn ugly and sometime public. Take the history between James Cameron, the filmmaker, and Kenneth Turan, the film critic. It isn't pretty. Cameron made "Titanic" and Turan did not like it......
  • Feel at home at Blue Moon and other boutique NYC hotels

    New York Some small hotels have lobby cats. The Lower East Side's Blue Moon Hotel presents the reception area mom. "What kind of tea do you want? Is it in there?" Rita Settenbrino asks while I sort through a small continental breakfast buffet that has...
  • 'All You Need Is Love' finally arrives in U.S.

    'All You Need Is Love' finally arrives in U.S.
    British documentary maker Tony Palmer called his 17-hour TV series exploring the origins of American popular music “All You Need Is Love,” because John Lennon told him it would make a great title. But in the three decades since he made it, it'...
  • 'The American Mall' -- teens, dreams and dancing in the food court

    'The American Mall' -- teens, dreams and dancing in the food court
    In simplest terms, “The American Mall,” which premieres tonight on MTV, is MTV looking at the Disney Channel's burgeoning teen-musical empire and thinking, "I got to get me one of those." It's “High School Musical” -- but in a...