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The tentative settlement reached this week between the Directors Guild and producers bolstered hopes that talks would resume in the writers strike, but it wasn't enough to relieve the queasy reality settling on Hollywood that the Academy Awards may go the...
NEW YORK, N.Y. (WPIX) - New York City police officers are looking for a pervert who has been assaulting young boys in Manhattan's Gramercy Park section. Police say the man has been grabbing boys by their buttocks and then makes a dash for it....
LOS ANGELES -- There's no question about it, traffic's bad in Southern California. But it wasn't much better back in the day before traffic signals, freeways, and stop signs were installed. Steve Hymon, the transportation reporter for the Los Angeles...
LOS ANGELES -- Police say a man believed to have been barricaded for several hours overnight after he reportedly shot at a neighbor has gotten away. SWAT officers fired several cannisters of tear gas into the man's home before storming the residence....
Tags: Crimes, Crime, Law and Justice, KTLA, Assault, Jefferson Park
Times Staff WriterLEAVE it to Michael Kors, America's favorite fashion pundit on "Project Runway," to send out a collection so upbeat it had us dancing in our seats. There were no super-skinny models at this show, just Kors' thoroughbreds, their legs buffed and bronzed...
Shawn Hubler is a West senior writer.Richard Tyler pads through his Italianate dining room, Diet Coke in one hand, antibiotics in the other, a slender convalescent in a big white turtleneck. It is late morning, and he has been out of the hospital for five days. His long hair hangs in waves...
Times Staff WriterCooks used to dream about opening their own little restaurant with an herb garden out back and their spouse at the door. Many of L.A.'s most beloved restaurants — places like Joe's in Venice or Josie in Santa Monica or Avenue in Manhattan Beach ...
Baltimore Sun StaffLong before Americans were lining up for double lattes and no-whip cappuccinos, there was tea -- and teatime. And although New York, home of the double-espresso high, may strike one as an unlikely place for a relaxing afternoon tea, few places appreciate...
Times Staff Writer"Def Jam's How to Be a Player" is a rambling, shambling, good-natured comedy that tries to have fun with unbridled male sexual prowess while making sure its hero gets an obligatory comeuppance at the very last moment. However, by then we have every reason...
Tags: Bill Bellamy, Bernie Mac, Lark Voorhies
TIMES STAFF WRITERWednesday December 17, 1997 "Guy" is a creepy, funny and altogether provocative meditation on the power of a film camera--and it's also almost a love story. In the title role, Vincent D'Onofrio plays a handsome, well-built 34-year-old single L.A....
Tags: Hope Davis, Movies, Vincent D'Onofrio, Cinema Industry, Sex
FOR THE TIMESFriday November 7, 1997 Have you met Mr. Bean? Quiet fellow, almost mute, very British in his tweedy appearance, but chronically discombobulated in his manner. He's a man who will get his shirt caught in his zipper just before he's to meet a...
Tags: Stan Laurel, Tickets, Pamela Reed, Peter MacNicol, Jim Carrey
Times Staff WriterPerforming, it seems, is great preparation for cooking under pressure. Dweezil Zappa and Lisa Loeb are the coolest of cooks. Neither is the least bit flummoxed that smoke rises from the roasting asparagus or that the new macaroon recipe creates what Zappa...
Tags: Christmas, Judaism, Holidays, Alice Cooper, Chutney
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