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The Big PictureWill Reiser, 31, worked on the short-lived U.S. version of “Da Ali G Show,” where he met Seth Rogen and his writing partner, Evan Goldberg, as well as future “Colbert Report” co-creator Ben Karlin, who all share producer credit...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterGulliver traveled. Look where it got him: lashed to the land by little people. Columbus, big traveler, right? Underestimated the circumference of the Earth and died thinking he'd found India. Sure, you can come up with justifications for never leaving the...
Special to the Los Angeles TimesIPads, Nooks and Kindles may be topping wish lists this holiday season, but when it comes to reading about fashion, nothing beats the glossy, full-color grandeur of a coffee-table book. This season's crop of oversized style tomes is especially alluring....
Model-turned-actress Natasha Henstridge, who starred as the alluring human-alien hybrid Sil and her clone Eve in the sci-fi horror "Species" films, has sold her Sherman Oaks home for $1.75 million. The traditional-style house, which was built in 1935 and...
Ocean views and a bountiful flower and vegetable garden create a peaceful setting for this 1983 Buff and Hensman beachfront house at the west end of Malibu that once was home to jazz trumpeter and composer Miles Davis. Conrad Buff III and Donald...
Tags: Frank Sinatra, Miles Davis, Personal Service
A Santa Paula ranch once owned by actor Steve McQueen and his third wife, Barbara Minty, has come on the market for $1.95 million. -------------------- Update: This version updates listing details. -------------------- The pair moved to the 15.5-acre...
Tags: Death, Heart Attack, Equestrian, Sports, Surgery
Peter Yates, the British director of "Breaking Away," "The Dresser" and "Bullitt," the 1968 Steve McQueen movie whose landmark car chase sequence over the hilly streets of San Francisco was a career-defining moment for both director and star, has died. He...
After dinner, we slip out of the old post office — with its wall of cubbyholes stuffed with faded letters — into the Cornell night. The velvety black sky is spangled with the stars you never see in the city. The night smells of wood fire, pine...
Tags: Soups, Dining and Drinking, Apples, Human Interest, Mushrooms
Mary Murphy, a film and television actress best remembered for playing the wholesome small-town girl opposite Marlon Brando's rebellious motorcycle gang leader in "The Wild One," has died. She was 80. Murphy died of heart disease May 4 at her home in...
The Big PictureOne of the best books about baseball -- and baseball writers -- is Jerome Holtzman's "No Cheering in the Press Box," which takes its title from the unspoken law that sportswriters are not ever supposed to show any rooting interest......
Brand XYour trusty blogger is heading to England next week to sit on a panel on blogging (what else?) at Manchester's In The City festival, and it looks like our trip couldn't have come at a better time: Baracuta, the British brand behind the iconic Harrington...
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