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David Geffen

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  • Geffen Playhouse addresses money blues

    Geffen Playhouse addresses money blues
    Hoping to boost attendance after a year of production cuts and emergency fundraising appeals, the financially stretched Geffen Playhouse has worked in a new marketing wrinkle: using the Web-based ticket-discounter Goldstar to sell season subscriptions...
  • Today's celebutantes can't hold candle to Lady Di

    Today's celebutantes can't hold candle to Lady Di
    Tina Brown offers this observation about celebrities and their larger-than-life mien: "I have a theory that you physically change by being looked at." In fact, she continued, one's head appears to grow in proportion to one's body. "Hillary [Rodham...
  • Charles Gwathmey dies at 71; architect known for modernist home designs

    Charles Gwathmey, an architect known for his influential modernist home designs and famous clients, has died. He was 71. Gwathmey died of cancer Monday in Manhattan, said his stepson, Eric Steel. The architect formed the firm of Gwathmey Siegel &...
  • Wrinkles get under the skin

    I am 62 years old,I work out with weights and do a lot of walking with my lovely wife. I feel fine and am told that I look younger than my age. Nevertheless, I've noticed that the skin on my neck and arms appears to have wrinkles. Can anything be done...
  • Tale of a dog, a parasite and two women

    Tale of a dog, a parasite and two women
    This is the story of a dog-ophobe, a dog-ophile and the parasite that brought them together. The dog-ophobe (for want of a better word) is a patient. The dog-ophile is her doctor -- me. My story is simple. At the end of the day, I look forward to two...
  • Drink to Think

    Drink to Think
    If you take a look inside any convenience store cooler, it's clear that energy drinks are a hot item these days. Loaded with caffeine and taurine to stimulate the central nervous system, energy drinks have become the go-to solution when you need a quick,...
  • Bunny and the Rev

    Bunny and the Rev
    "Money Walks," a serial novel by 16 Los Angeles writers who will be appearing at this year's Los Angeles Times Festival of Books, runs through Friday. The festival takes place Saturday and Sunday at UCLA. Rev. Franco peered out the window. On the...
  • Diana's 'Dreamgirls' decision

    Diana's 'Dreamgirls' decision
    The Oscar race for best picture may come down to what just one academy member thinks of one film. If "Dreamgirls" is truly the best-picture frontrunner, as many pundits claim, this year's biggest awards cliffhanger may be the answer to this question:...
  • Open letter to Gov. Schwarzenegger re: SAG talks

    Open letter to Gov. Schwarzenegger re: SAG talks
    To: Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger Re: Screen Actors Guild talks GOVERNOR, YOU were so inspiring when talking about the American dream back in 2004. Remember? At the Republican convention, you told everyone what a great place this country is. You...
  • L.A.'s screening gems

    Perhaps the only people who brag more about their illustrious alumni than Ivy Leaguers are the deans of film schools. At USC, the names dropped are Robert Zemeckis, Jay Roach, Ron Howard and Brian Grazer. UCLA proudly lists Francis Ford Coppola, Gore...
  • Why your 50 cents for The Times is the best bargain in the world

    Way back in my cub days at the Oakland Tribune, the paper I read growing up, I learned to check the bulletin board every day to see who the owner was. We had four of them in six years, and a wise man would have known then to leave journalism for dry-...