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  • Theater review: 'Sammy' at the Old Globe

     
    His shoulders are slumped from too many gigs, too many drugs and way too many women. The bags around his eyes droop nearly to the bottom of his cocktail glass. His whole body is haloed in the cigarette smoke that......
  • Hot Property: Does Nicolas Cage have a buyer on the hook?

     
    The sealed-offer sale of Academy Award-winning actor Nicolas Cage???s Bel-Air Tudor may have had the desired effect. The property is now ???looking for backup offers,??? according to its status on the Multiple Listing Service. The sale was to take place.....
  • Matt Weinstock, Oct. 24, 1959

     
    Yet another panel you'll never see in the legacy version of "Peanuts." Bearded Bamboozler While driving south from San Francisco recently, Mike Molony stopped in Paso Robles and was momentarily puzzled to discover he was the object of the admiring glances...
  • When poetry goes bad, on purpose

     
    There is a certain anxiety around high art. What are those opera singers saying? Is that Giacometti sculpture a little unsettlingly skinny? Is Stockhausen supposed to sound this way? And if I don't like something, does that mean I don't......
  • Grammy countdown: An inside look at rehearsals

  • Staying in Vegas? Not the Guggenheim

    Staying in Vegas? Not the Guggenheim
    Dustin and Lindsay Phillips had no idea they were part of the beginning of the end of the Guggenheim's great Las Vegas adventure, a seven-year gamble that is coming to a close with the museum taking its chips -- its paintings -- back home. The...
  • 'Jersey Boys' juggernaut takes on Vegas Strip

    'Jersey Boys' juggernaut takes on Vegas Strip
    BEFORE "Jersey Boys" had its tryout run in 2004 in La Jolla, the two central real-life characters on which it's based -- the diminutive singer Frankie Valli and the keyboard-playing songwriter Bob Gaudio -- feared that was not the right locale to unveil a...
  • Eddy Arnold: A country artist who transcended his world

    Eddy Arnold: A country artist who transcended his world
    Several years ago on a flight to Los Angeles, Eddy Arnold was asked by the first-class flight attendant what he "did" for a living. With no hint of ego or delusion he answered, "Why, I'm Eddy Arnold." And such was his fame. While others worked really...
  • Foreclosure auction of Nicolas Cage's mansion is a flop

    Foreclosure auction of Nicolas Cage's mansion is a flop
    Nicolas Cage is leaving Bel-Air. And not by choice. The fate of the sprawling Tudor mansion owned by the actor, who won an Oscar for his role in "Leaving Las Vegas," was decided Wednesday far from the baronial estate. It was up for auction Wednesday...
  • Tucson's apres-game music

    Tucson's apres-game music
    If you're headed to see the Dodgers in Glendale, Ariz., this spring, know that there's plenty to do besides baseball. About a two-hour drive south from Glendale, a Phoenix suburb, is Tucson, one of the Cactus League's two original towns. The Cleveland...
  • Houses keep a low profile, but values are high

    History Although most of Beverly Hills was constructed in the early 1900s, the area that later became Trousdale Estates sat undisturbed as part of the northernmost portion of the Doheny Ranch family estate until the mid-1950s. Originally the largest...