| Jul 20, 2009
| 3:36 PM
Replacing original series regular Kate Jackson, model-turned-actress Shelley Hack became the first single-season "Angel" with this year of producers Aaron Spelling and Leonard Goldberg's show about female private eyes working for an unseen boss (voice...
| Apr 5, 2009
| 1:05 PM
| Apr 7, 2009
| 1:29 PM
Farrah Fawcett, who starred in the 1970s television hit "Charlie's Angels" and became a generation's favorite pinup after posing for a hot-selling swimsuit poster, has died. She was 62.
Fawcett, who was diagnosed with a rare anal cancer in 2006, died...
| Apr 12, 2009
We were 30 minutes late to talk to Tracey Ullman, who was back in England for a spell. She didn't mind the tardiness a bit. The second season of "Tracey Ullman's State of the Union" returns to Showtime on Sunday.
What's big in England now?
| May 11, 2009
For more than 2 1/2 years, Farrah Fawcett's battle with cancer has sparked a flurry of headlines for celebrity tabloids. But it has also stripped the actress of her ability to seek treatment while maintaining her privacy, she said in an interview.
| Mar 1, 2009
Stone walls line the roads of this city's historic Scofieldtown section, a picturesque community with spacious homes and sprawling yards.
A "No Trespassing" sign on a decorative iron gate at the front of a long wooded driveway stops the florist from...
| Mar 5, 2011
Directed TV and film, including 'Mary, Queen of Scots'
Charles Jarrott, 83, a British film and TV director best known for the Hal Wallis productions "Anne of the Thousand Days" and "Mary, Queen of Scots," died Friday at the Motion...
| Oct 27, 2010
Steve Goldstein knows where all the famous bodies are buried.
By day, he's a businessman who owns a payroll service. But in his off hours, he's one of Hollywood's best-known grave hunters. Author of "LA's Graveside Companion: Where the V.I.P.s R.I.P" and...
| Feb 19, 2010
| 8:38 AM
In 1973 a brash young critic had dinner at Danny's, the most acclaimed restaurant in Baltimore. She ate steak Diane flambe and escalopes de veau a la francaise, and wrote that the restaurant "never quite lives up to its pretensions."
It was the start...
| Oct 23, 2009
Like the titular follicles this documentary surveys, Good Hair is a bit all over the place. It's about black women trying to achieve "European" standards of beauty, about the way black men feel such "unnatural" hair keeps them at a distance, the loaded...
| Oct 31, 2009
I can't recall exactly when I first heard the phrase, though I'm sure I was still among the OshKosh set.
Here's the gist: My mom and aunts were gabbing when the discussion turned to a cousin about whom they sang praises: She has good hair.
I didn't know...