| Nov 9, 2011
Margaret Field O'Mahoney, 89, an actress who gave up her career in movies and television to raise her children, including daughter Sally Field, died Sunday at her home in Malibu after a six-year struggle with cancer, publicist Heidi Schaeffer said.
| Dec 3, 2011
Alan Sues, the actor best known as a flamboyantly campy regular on "Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In" in the late 1960s and early '70s, has died. He was 85.
Sues died Thursday night while watching television at his home in West Hollywood, said Michael Gregg...
| Jan 30, 2012
As a top television comedy director who won an Emmy directing "The Dick Van Dyke Show"in the early 1960s, John Rich was faced with a tough choice in 1970.
On the same day he received a phone call from Mary Tyler Moore wanting to set up a meeting to...
| Feb 22, 2012
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Writer-producer-director Pen Densham has sold his house in the Windsor Square area for $2.75 million.
The English Manor-style home, built in 1906, was moved to its current location from Wilshire Boulevard and Vermont Avenue by the Bullock family —...
| Oct 28, 2009
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Susan King, purveyor of many things film and television and beyond, falls into "The Twilight Zone" in her latest Classic Hollywood column as she gets out the word about The American Cinematheque Egyptian Theatre's tribute to this seminal series on......
| Sep 12, 2008
Bizarre, haunting and beautiful, Cindy Stelmackowich's exhibition of digital collages at Kristi Engle combines detailed 19th century anatomical illustrations with vintage disaster scenes or intensely colored art glass vessels. The results are richly...
| May 27, 2008
Sydney Pollack, the Academy Award-winning director of "Out of Africa" who achieved acclaim making popular, mainstream movies with A-list stars, including "The Way We Were" and "Tootsie," died Monday. He was 73.
Pollack, who also was a producer and actor,...
| Sep 13, 2009
'Shadow and substance'
What's the first thing you think about when you hear the words "The Twilight Zone"?
Is it a man in a black suit with a cigarette? Or that cool, lawyerly voice: "Submitted, for your perusal: a Kanamit. Height: a little over 9 feet....
| Mar 21, 2009
In his 62 years as a designer, modernist Vladimir Kagan has changed the shape of home furnishings. Shown here in his mid-1950s Contour rocker -- and looking a bit like "The Twilight Zone" host Rod Serling -- Kagan brought a futuristic sensibility that...