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  • 'Scandal' star Bellamy Young: 'Drunk Mellie' scared me

    'Scandal' star Bellamy Young: 'Drunk Mellie' scared me
    Nearly a week after "Scandal" First Lady Mellie Grant got sloshed and told off her philandering husband, fans still are buzzing about "Drunk Mellie." Bellamy Young is happy to hear it, but she was initially terrified about delivering the moonshine-...
  • Film Review: 'Bettie Page Reveals All'

    Voiceover recollections from the late, reclusive subject of the title provide the hook for "Bettie Page Reveals All." That audio input offers few revelations, but is still as close as fans will ever get to the woman behind the fabled 1950s pinup star...
  • Go Away With ... Kendra Wilkinson-Baskett

    Go Away With ... Kendra Wilkinson-Baskett
    When television audiences met Kendra Wilkinson-Baskett, she was presented as one of Hugh Hefner's girlfriends on "Girls Next Door." Now married to wide receiver Hank Baskett, the 27-year-old California native is a mom, author ("Sliding into Home,"...
  • Film Review: 'Filthy Gorgeous: The Bob Guccione Story'

    "Filthy Gorgeous" chronicles the life and times of Bob Guccione, late kingpin of the Penthouse adult entertainment empire. Cutting a flamboyant public figure but apparently a pretty low-key, homey personality in private, he seems at core that least...
  • Herb Citrin dies at 91; L.A. handed its car keys to 'Mr. Valet'

    Herb Citrin dies at 91; L.A. handed its car keys to 'Mr. Valet'
    The license plate on his practical Toyota read "MR VALET," but the tales Herb Citrin gleefully shared about his pioneering business empire – based on tossing car keys to nattily dressed parking attendants – often involved far more upscale...
  • Bunny Yeager: The woman who made Bettie Page

    Bunny Yeager: The woman who made Bettie Page
    It is difficult to overstate the cultural influence of Bettie Page, the iconic 1950s pinup who has come to embody the rebellious sexuality that coursed below the conservative skin of the Eisenhower years. The banged and buxom Page continues to be a...
  • Weekend preview: More of the same love from Macklemore, Linklater

    Weekend preview: More of the same love from Macklemore, Linklater
    This seems like a good time to talk about Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, the men responsible for two of hip-hop’s most-infectious hits: “Thrift Shop” and “Can’t Hold Us.” The Seattle-based duo just announced dates for their...
  • Are the Rolling Stones too old to rock 'n' roll?

    Question: Should the greatest rock ’n’ roll band in history be history? Or, to put it more bluntly, are the Rolling Stones too old to be rocking and rolling? By now you’ve read about, heard about or seen photos and video (or heck,...
  • $600,000-a-month lease hits the market in Beverly Hills

    $600,000-a-month lease hits the market in Beverly Hills
    The current luxury real estate market is redefining “extravagant.” First, a 8,930-square-foot house on nine acres in Northern California found a buyer for a state record-breaking $117 million. Then word came that financier Gary Winnick is...
  • 'Top Chef Masters' recap: Holly Madison's pool party

    'Top Chef Masters' recap: Holly Madison's pool party
    Our troupe of chefs enter the kitchen still reeling over the Grand Canyon field trip. “What a filling!” says Thierry. Or maybe that was “feeling”. Tricky French accent. He also reveals he’s feeling much more competitive...
  • O'Gara & Wilson books it out of town

    O'Gara & Wilson books it out of town
    Tucked away on shady 57th street in Hyde Park, just blocks from the University of Chicago campus, is O'Gara & Wilson bookshop. The store has been on this street, in some form or another, since 1882. Over the years, the bookshop weathered the Great...