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  • Jennifer Jones dies at 90; Oscar-winning actress

    Jennifer Jones dies at 90; Oscar-winning actress
    Jennifer Jones, the actress who won an Academy Award for her luminous performance in the 1943 film "The Song of Bernadette" and who was married to two legendary men -- producer David O. Selznick and industrialist and art collector Norton Simon -- has...
  • Joan Castle Joseff dies at 97; businesswoman led Burbank firms

    Joan Castle Joseff dies at 97; businesswoman led Burbank firms
    As the successful head of two distinctly different Burbank business enterprises, Joan Castle Joseff achieved two equally distinct reputations. As president of Joseff Precision Metal Products -- it primarily makes aircraft and missile parts -- she was...
  • Paul Bryant dies at 76; key musician in West Coast jazz

    Paul Bryant dies at 76; key musician in West Coast jazz
    Paul Bryant, a South Los Angeles jazz master whose infectious smile and precocious skills in the arts earned him the nickname "The Central Avenue Kid," has died. He was 76. Bryant died Dec. 4 at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center after a lengthy...
  • Oscar Winning Actress Jennifer Jones Dies at 90

    Oscar Winning Actress Jennifer Jones Dies at 90
    MALIBU -- Oscar winning actress Jennifer Jones, who won an academy award for her portrayal of a saintly nun in "The Song of Bernadette" (1943), has died at her Malibu home. She was 90. Jones, who played opposite giants such as Gregory Peck, died of...
  • Egyptian Theatre to host best-films festival

    Egyptian Theatre to host best-films festival
    You now have no excuse not to have seen some of the greatest classics of film. No more mumbling vague generalities in conversations with your cinéaste friends, then scrambling to catch up with the DVDs, because this weekend the American Cinematheque is...
  • All you need is love

    EVERY so often, a novel comes along that describes a relationship with such thoroughness that you almost feel better about love. Maybe, just maybe, it's a worthy use of our time alive. Annie Dillard's "The Maytrees" is such a novel. It is also a reservoir...
  • Celebrity travel: Go away with Juliana Hatfield

    Celebrity travel: Go away with Juliana Hatfield
    Juliana Hatfield had a knack for penning clever songs with her group the Blake Babies. She was an indie sensation. What her fans didn't know was that Hatfield was battling an eating disorder and depression. With her telling memoir "When I Grow Up" (Wiley,...
  • Critic's notebook: At long last, 'Cats'

     
    Friends, I have a confession to make. No, I’m not writing this from rehab. I actually just returned from the Pantages, where — this isn’t easy to admit — I saw “Cats” for the first time. The only thing more......
  • Movie Star Mystery Photo

     
    Los Angeles Times file photo Update: This is Anne Nagel in a publicity photo stamped Sept. 17, 1936. July 8, 1966: Anne Nagel dies of cancer at the age of 50. Just a reminder on how this works: I post the mystery photo on Monday and reveal the answer on...
  • Saturday's TV Highlights: A janitor can heal with a touch in 'Healing Hands'

     
    Click here to download TV listings for the week of March 14 - 20 in PDF format This week's TV Movies An accident leaves a janitor (Eddie Cibrian) with the ability to heal others in the new TV movie "Healing......
  • Leonard Nimoy retires

     
    He took a little critical ribbing, or rather J.J. Abrams and his writers did, for being a little “too” big a presence in the Star Trek movie. But whose face didn't burst into a grin the moment they saw Leonard Nimoy walk out of the shadow in...