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Robert De Niro slept there. So did Elizabeth Taylor and Cary Grant. But the crowd that gathered Thursday morning to buy up a piece of the Hotel Bel-Air, a longtime playground of the rich and famous, was hunting for bargains, not souvenirs. Closed Oct....
The Daily MirrorNov. 24, 1961: âAfter the picture, we stepped into Jackie Gleason's Rolls-Royce, which he'd loaned us for the occasion, and drove to El Morocco for a bite to eat. There Hollywood producer Cubby Broccoli told me he will start the film âDoctor No,â by...
The Morning Fix: Redstone keeps National Amusements but sells some CBS and Viacom stock. Young exits 20th. 'NCIS: LA' success bad for creativity? Twitter cop!Company TownAfter the coffee. Before finding your umbrella. Sumner's nine lives: Looks like Sumner Redstone can still go to the movies for free. The media mogul chairman of both Viacom and CBS is holding off on selling National Amusements Inc., the......
KTLA NewsBEL AIR -- After more than 60 years of catering to the rich and famous, the legendary Hotel Bel-Air closed its doors for a two year, multimillion-dollar renovation. Hotel spokeswoman Alisha Mahon says the Los Angeles landmark will undergo a two year...
Tribune staff reporterIt's National Ice Cream Day, as celebrated on the third Sunday of every July by order of President Ronald Reagan in 1984. Here are 10 scoops of high-calorie facts: 1. Haagen-Dazs is not an exotic Scandinavian recipe. It's a brand name created by a Polish...
One of the clichés of writing about houses and decor is a discussion of the mix. At the home of Richard Shapiro, the story is not so much about the mix as it is about an individual connoisseurial vision that ennobles objects and artworks of widely...
Fred Travalena, the master impressionist and singer whose broad repertoire of voices ranged from Jack Nicholson to Sammy Davis Jr. to Bugs Bunny, has died. He was 66. Travalena, who began treatment for an aggressive form of non-Hodgkin's lymphoma in 2002...
A playwright's work is never finished -- at least not for Garry Marshall. Marshall, 74, began working on "Everybody Say 'Cheese!' " some 43 years ago. Four decades later, he's still futzing with it. Just last week, the creator of "Happy Days," co-...
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The actor who once played Batman will soon be sporting a different kind of costume. Val Kilmer, star of 1995's "Batman Forever," has been named this year's King of Bacchus. His reign will include Kilmer, decked out in royal apparel, riding through New...
WatchdogThe small fraternity of sports media columnists/reporters is abuzz this day over a new development in the evolution of our craft. In olden times, people interviewed subjects of interest in person. Then television networks arranged conference calls so we...
Sun SentinelMedeski, Martin & Wood - 8 p.m. Jan. 3 at Revolution, 200 W. Broward Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale. 18+. $30. Buy tickets here. Bryan Adams, 7:30 p.m. on Jan. 7 at the Parker Playhouse, 707 NE 8th St., Fort Lauderdale. Tickets $48.50 to $59.50 at livenation....
NEW YORK, December 15, 2008 - Ring in the New Year with Ralphie Boy! An annual holiday tradition, PIX 11 will air a marathon of 32 classic Honeymooners episodes beginning Wednesday, December 31st at midnight. PIX will air 15 hours of hamana-hamana-...
Tags: Television, Marathon, Holidays, Sports, New Year's Day
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