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  • Beau Bridges sells Hidden Hills home for $2.4 million

    Beau Bridges sells Hidden Hills home for $2.4 million
    Beau Bridges and his wife, Wendy, have sold their home in gated Hidden Hills for $2.4 million – twice what they originally paid. The sale was a while in the making, however. They first listed the country English-style house for sale in 2010 at $3....
  • Simplifying and opening up their new SoCal home

    Simplifying and opening up their new SoCal home
    Illustrator Betsy Everitt and water utility executive Christopher Schilling were Americans working in London when he landed a new job in Southern California. With two college-bound children, they began thinking about how they could pare down and simplify....
  • Sam & Shanit Schwartz: Patrons of the Arts

    Sam Schwartz, co-founder of the powerhouse film and TV composer agency Gorfaine/Schwartz, has been collecting art for 15 years. But judging by the veritable museum he and his wife Shanit call home, you'd think it was more like a lifetime. Discreetly...
  • Pink's place in Sherman Oaks is back on the market [Photos]

    Pink's place in Sherman Oaks is back on the market [Photos]
    Pink is taking another shot at selling a home she owns in Sherman Oaks, this time priced at $3.499 million. The three-time Grammy winner, who sang “Somewhere Over the Rainbow” at the Oscars this year, listed the gated property at $4...
  • Caudalie makes Venice its first West Coast boutique

    Caudalie makes Venice its first West Coast boutique
    In youth-obsessed Hollywood, the idea of aging, even if it's like fine wine, may seem hard to swallow. But there may be something to that analogy. Since the virtues of red wine have been extolled for years — the antioxidants are said to prevent...
  • Catalina's Avalon is getting an ambitious overhaul

     Catalina's Avalon is getting an ambitious overhaul
    AVALON, Santa Catalina Island — Trying to restore its luster as a tourist destination, this cozy harbor town is undergoing its most ambitious overhaul since chewing gum magnate William Wrigley Jr. built the town's signature feature in 1929: Avalon...
  • Mariah Carey pops Bel-Air estate back on market

    Mariah Carey and her husband, Nick Cannon, have popped their Bel-Air home back on the market at $12.995 million after a hiatus of more than a month. Their seriousness about finding a buyer this time around may be indicated by their choice of a listing...
  • Hyde Park salon at center of lawsuit

    Hyde Park salon at center of lawsuit
    Akroma Kourouma Sahan can peer through the windows of her spa at East 53rd Street and South Harper Avenue and see the changing face of Hyde Park. The Harper Court complex, a gleaming retail and office project that includes the University of Chicago as a...
  • The Valley Line: Resident wins Academy Award for 'Frozen'; Tournament of Roses happy hour; Junior Women's Club Olympics wrap-up party

    The Valley Line: Resident wins Academy Award for 'Frozen'; Tournament of Roses happy hour; Junior Women's Club Olympics wrap-up party
    That golden guy had his big night out last Sunday when Ellen DeGeneres hosted the 86th Academy Award ceremony at Hollywood's Dolby Theatre. Thank goodness Friday's and Saturday's deluge had abated and didn't flood the red carpet arrivals of the stars....
  • Senate Democrats proposing revamp of campaign, gift laws

    Senate Democrats proposing revamp of campaign, gift laws
    SACRAMENTO -- Countering a series of scandals, including criminal charges against two of its members, state Senate Democrats plan Thursday to propose sweeping changes to the state Political Reform Act, including stricter limits on accepting gifts and...
  • 'Dragnet Nation' looks at the hidden systems that are always looking at you

    'Dragnet Nation' looks at the hidden systems that are always looking at you
    To understand how much commerce has changed in recent years, consider a simple trip to the grocery store. When you drive to the store now, your movements are recorded by your cellphone provider, your car's GPS, your smartphone apps and police license-...