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You've heard Chet Haze rap on the Northwestern anthem-turned-viral-video, “White and Purple,” and now you can see Haze — aka Chet Hanks, son of actors Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson — perform live in Chicago for the first time. The 20-...
Is there a more stunning hotel lobby than the one at the iconic Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel? With its heavy painted beams, chic leather daybeds and grand proportions, it exudes old Hollywood glamour. A stately hush hovers over the vast room, and most of the...
Special to the Los Angeles TimesGreat con artists understand this about human nature: The suckers want to be taken. In 1978, a poor, semi-educated German teenager named Christian K. Gerhartsreiter arrived in New England on a falsified student visa. Brilliant, charismatic and twisted,...
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KTLA NewsLOS ANGELES (KTLA) -- Prince William and his wife, Catherine, visited polo grounds in Santa Barbara Saturday afternoon and a swanky Hollywood reception that night, but on Sunday, the couple bid farewell to Southern California. The duo departed from LAX...
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KTLABEVERLY HILLS (KTLA) -- The red-and-black jacket that the late Michael Jackson wore in his smash-hit "Thriller" video was sold for a reported $1.8 million at an auction Saturday. The winning price of the jacket, which had been given to Jackson's longtime...
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KTLA NewsLOS ANGELES (KTLA) -- An attorney representing the Dodgers and owner Frank McCourt filed has filed a lawsuit alleging that they are not to blame for the assault on Giants fan Bryan Stow. In fact, the lawsuit goes as far as to insinuate that Stow is...
In the latest sign of Hollywood's accelerated efforts to expand its presence in the fast-growing Chinese market, Warner Bros. Entertainment has announced plans to offer its movies via cable television there, the first such venture by a major studio....
RedEyeNoah Wyle signed up for TNT's "Falling Skies" to impress a bunch of second-graders. "Honestly, I put it to my 8-year-old son, 'Do you want to see your dad be a lawyer or a policeman or an alien fighter?' He said, 'Alien fighter,'" Wyle told me earlier...
Peter Falk, the gravel-voiced actor who became an enduring television icon portraying Lt. Columbo, the rumpled raincoat-wearing Los Angeles police homicide detective who always had "just one more thing" to ask a suspect, died Thursday. He was 83. Falk,...
When Chad King set out to create his video essay for entrance to Chapman University, the Bishop McCort senior had one problem — he was not allowed to be in it. So King let his Chapstick do the talking for him. Luckily, the lip balm made a good...
The knives are drawn. The first six seasons of Food Network's megahit, "The Next Food Network Star," had a sandbox mentality. Everyone played together nicely and cheered each other's success, with few exceptions. Season 7 premieres Sunday night with a...
The Baltimore SunPeter Falk had a fine career on the stage and in feature films. His crazed comic performance in "The In-Laws" alone would guarantee a major appreciation from film critics and scholars. But it is his network television work in the 1970s as a modest, sly,...
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