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Special to the Los Angeles TimesFor beauty lovers, makeup can be fun, artistic, playful even. Makeup gives us a chance to dip our fingers into a universe of color, twirl about in pots of shimmer and glitter and gloss, and exert the creative impulse with turquoise, ochre, midnight blue,...
A 1929 Spanish-style estate in Bel-Air that traces its Hollywood history back to silent film star Colleen Moore is listed for sale at $15.95 million or for lease at $39,000 a month. The three-structure, gated compound on less than three-quarters of an...
Tags: Spencer Tracy, Homes, Banking, Celebrities
Company TownThe California Department of Public Health has reversed its earlier finding that the Motion Picture and Television Fund broke state law when the charity transferred dozens of residents out of its nursing home. The department said this month that the......
Show TrackerAs if the reality TV gods had heard my plea from last week, this episode of "Top Model" showed a return to the ludicrous, over-the-top pageantry we all know and hope for from Tyra Banks and her mini-Tyras. The ladies......
Pop & HissThere's no "American Idiot" without Screeching Weasel. If the Ramones helped define the pop-punk template for urban malaise, Screeching Weasel reclaimed it for suburbia. The down-and-out, disillusioned and financially unstable couch-bound characters...
Wild monkeys suffer trauma and injuries when captured for transport to breeding facilities, report saysL.A. UnleashedNAIROBI, Kenya â Wild long-tailed monkeys sustain broken limbs and other injuries when trappers catch the primates and transfer them to breeding farms on the island nation of Mauritius, said a new report released Tuesday. Photos in the report showed.......
Show TrackerMiles prophetically realized the API team was tracking a real-time operation in the Sept. 26 episode, and it became a grislier reality in Sunday night's episode, as Spangler dropped a dime on Will, Kale called in the body snatchers and......
Special to the Los Angeles TimesBlack Mask, the great pulp fiction magazine, was launched by H.L. Mencken in 1920 but really started to come into its own some six or seven years later under the editorship of Joseph T. Shaw, who would in time publish almost the entire pantheon of classic...
Tags: Ernest Hemingway, Hair and Nails, Crimes, Book, Gertrude Stein
A man walks down a pier on the Jersey shore alone at night, leans on a decrepit railing and falls through into the black waves below. Just as his strength gives out, he feels a pair of arms around him -- a rescue. He owes his life to another man. This...
Tags: Stella Adler, Corporate Crime, Fraud, Celebrities
"Stormy Weather" was Lena Horne's signature song as well as a chillingly apt metaphor for her career. Long celebrated for her striking beauty and silky voice, she overcame profound racism on her way to becoming one of the best-known African American...
I almost started this conversation by asking Stewart Brand, "So . . . what's on your mind?" But who's got that kind of time? Brand has been an ahead-of-the-curve thinker for half a century, putting rigor into the counterculture and possessing a curiosity...
Tags: Government, Computer Crime, NASA, History, Environmental Issues
Culture MonsterReporting from New York For opera fans used to seeing and hearing PlÃ¡cido Domingo, his entrance Monday night at the Metropolitan Opera House was almost unrecognizable. The star tenor walked on stage wearing a dark wig and a decidedly unregal......
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