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  • PASSINGS: John Kenley, Jeanne Brodeur

    PASSINGS: John Kenley, Jeanne Brodeur
    John Kenley Producer ran circuit of theaters John Kenley, 103, a theater producer who ran a legendary summer stock circuit in Ohio that attracted Broadway and Hollywood stars as varied as Ethel Merman and Burt Reynolds, died Oct. 23 at the Cleveland...
  • Sutherland's release from jail nets a yawn

    When it comes to the glare of the paparazzi, age apparently has its advantages. Just ask actor Kiefer Sutherland, who walked out of the Glendale jail early Monday mostly to a collective shrug of tabloid indifference. He'd done 48 days behind bars without...
  • Hollywood Hills home of the late Milton Katselas listed for $2.6 million

    Hollywood Hills home of the late Milton Katselas listed for $2.6 million
    This is one of those houses you might want to bow to in homage as you approach. It was owned by the late Milton Katselas, founder of the Beverly Hills Playhouse acting school, director and coach to half of Hollywood. Katselas, who died at 75 on Oct. 24,...
  • Scott Brown, '41,' on: 2012 and Cosmo

     
    by Mark Silva Scott Brown, the newly elected Republican senator from Massachusetts, says he's ready to play the role of "the 41st senator'' - a powerful new vote for a Republican minority able to stall any legislation that Democratic leaders......
  • 'How I Met Your Mother': Quack, quack

     
    It's tough out there for a single person, especially on Valentine's Day. The single life even takes a toll on Barney (Neil Patrick Harris) this week. He's overwhelmed with buxom beauties calling him after he holds up a sign with......
  • Peter Graves: Winning an Emmy seemed like a mission impossible

     
    Back in the heyday of "Mission: Impossible," the TV spy series won lots of Emmys, but none for the actor who began each episode listening intently to secret instructions on a tape recorder: Peter Graves. The Emmys, in fact, put "Mission: Impossible" on...
  • Let's talk 'Lost': Putting the band back together

     
    Let's talk about last night's "Lost" episode, "The Last Recruit." "The Last Recruit," while not an epic or particularly emotional episode, started to set up the endgame of this particular chess match. It was, in large part, one of those taking-care-of-...
  • 'Lost': In which everyone gets their heart rates up by running all over the place [Updated]

     
    I am rarely a big fan of episodes of "Lost" where the writers just make sure they have all of their characters in the right places to get things humming in the next episodes. Heading into a series of episodes......
  • 'Lost' Wednesdays: 'You, me, Jack, Sun, Hugo and the pilot that looks like he just stepped out of a Burt Reynolds movie.'

     
    It's rare that I'm in the lower half of scores for any given "Lost" episode, but it sure seems like a lot of people liked "The Last Recruit" far more than I did. And, honestly, that's cool. I'm fine with......
  • Skunk decor auction at Stinkers

     
    It's so difficult to find quality skunk decor these days. But Stinkers bar, Silver Lake's year-old truckstop-themed watering hole, is closing up shop and undergoing a night- life metamorphosis. Tuesday, they'll be purging all of their stuffed skunk...
  • Stinkers bar to auction off skunk-related kitsch and reopen with a new theme

     
    It was just a little over a year ago that theme-bar hero Bobby Green and his 1933 Group opened the kitschy truck-stop-inspired bar Stinkers in Silver Lake. Now, according to Green's publicist, Green has grown tired of his own handiwork......