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  • Jerry Douglas sells Encino home for $2,075,000

    Jerry Douglas sells Encino home for $2,075,000
    Update: Actor Jerry Douglas, known for his long-running role as "The Young and the Restless" patriarch John Abbott, and his wife, Kymberly Bankier, have sold their Encino home for $2,075,000. The two-story traditional house, built in 1951, sits on half...
  • Sitcom star Joely Fisher has sold her Encino compound

    Sitcom star Joely Fisher has sold her Encino compound
    Sitcom star Joely Fisher has sold her Encino compound for $2.4 million. The four-bedroom, seven-bathroom contemporary had been on and off the market since mid-2007, perhaps prompting the actress to wonder whether she would own it " 'Til Death," to...
  • Craving a place in Toluca Lake?

    Craving a place in Toluca Lake?
    "Twilight" star Peter Facinelli and his wife, actress Jennie Garth, are hoping for a bite on the $5,995,000 home they have listed in Toluca Lake. The Paul Williams traditional house, built in 1937, was once the home of country singer and actor Tex Ritter...
  • Freddie Hubbard, jazz trumpeter, dies at 70

    Freddie Hubbard, jazz trumpeter, dies at 70
    Freddie Hubbard, widely regarded as the most gifted jazz trumpeter of the post-bebop '60s and '70s, died Monday at Sherman Oaks Hospital in Los Angeles. He was 70. The cause of death was attributed to complications from a heart attack he suffered Nov....
  • Anne Roberts Nelson dies at 86; CBS television executive

    Anne Roberts Nelson, a pioneering television executive with CBS who negotiated contracts for long-running hits such as "I Love Lucy" and "Gunsmoke," has died. She was 86. Nelson, who was hired in 1945 and was the longest-serving CBS employee, with 64...
  • 2nd Celebrity's Car Found in Ravine Near Sheen's Mercedes

    2nd Celebrity's Car Found in Ravine Near Sheen's Mercedes
    LOS ANGELES -- A second stolen car has been found over the side of a road where Charlie Sheen's Mercedes was pulled from a steep ravine earlier today, and this one too belongs to a celebrity. Sheen reported that his Mercedes-Benz sedan was stolen from...
  • Charlie Sheen's Wife Hospitalized with Pneumonia

    Charlie Sheen's Wife Hospitalized with Pneumonia
    SHERMAN OAKS -- Charlie Sheen's wife is hospitalized in intensive care in Los Angeles, according to the actor's attorney. Yale Galanter said Wednesday that Brooke (Mueller) Sheen, 32, was running a fever of 105 degrees when she was taken to Sherman...
  • Dr. Joel D. Weisman dies at 66; among the first doctors to detect AIDS

    Dr. Joel D. Weisman dies at 66; among the first doctors to detect AIDS
    Dr. Joel D. Weisman, who was one of the first physicians to detect the AIDS epidemic and who became a national advocate for AIDS research, treatment and prevention, died Saturday at his Westwood home. He was 66. -------------------- FOR THE RECORD: An...
  • The Albert Heschong family home in Encino goes on the market

    The Albert Heschong family home in Encino goes on the market
    A home owned by the family of the late Albert Heschong, the Emmy-winning production designer for television, film and theater who headed the art department at CBS for more than two decades, is for sale in Encino at $1.15 million. Heschong designed and...
  • We laugh, cry, hiss at 'Perils of Antonio'

    Who needs telenovelas when you have Los Angeles City Hall? In Thursday's summer of love installment, inquiring minds wondered if taxpayers have ever footed the bill for Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa's dalliances with Telemundo news anchor/reporter...
  • Story of homeless mother and ill daughter brings in the mail

    Story of homeless mother and ill daughter brings in the mail
    On Sunday, I reported the story of a 16-year-old girl with leukemia, living with her mother in a Ford Explorer in the parking lot of a McDonald's restaurant while undergoing chemotherapy. Since then, the story has taken a few twists. For one thing,...