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Carole Lombard

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  • Jimmie Fidler in Hollywood, May 14, 1940

     
    Dr. Jones…. Tell us about this Nazi death ray. May 14, 1940: “Signs of the season: Clark Gable and Carole Lombard practicing fly casting on the front lawn,” Jimmie Fidler says....
  • Fans might have limited access to Michael Jackson’s grave to mark anniversary

     
    Rolling Stone reports that the Jackson family is working on a deal that would allow limited access to Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Los Angeles to commemorate the first anniversary of the King of Pop's death on June 25. Fans will not be permitted to...
  • Marilyn Monroe: Focus on the image

    Marilyn Monroe: Focus on the image
    Aug. 5, 2008 is the 46th anniversary of the death of Marilyn Monroe, whose light burns as brightly as ever. Jean Harlow was more a vamp, Carole Lombard more an actress, and both died younger than Marilyn, who was 36. Yet they are remembered mainly by film...
  • Leona Lewis leases home in Hollywood Hills

    Leona Lewis leases home in Hollywood Hills
    You might say the "Spirit" led her to L.A. British singer Leona Lewis, whose album "Spirit" premiered in North America at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 last year, is making her U.S. base of operations in the Hollywood Hills. That's where she has leased a...
  • In The Pipeline: Finding a piece of H.B. in Arizona

    "Clark Gable spent his honeymoon with Carole Lombard right at the top of those stairs back in 1939." Susie Clark is standing at the bottom of a staircase in the historic Oatman Hotel in the Route 66 town of Oatman, Ariz. and recounting its somewhat...
  • Minnesota resort classics

    Ever since there's been a Minnesota, people have wanted to see its abundant waters. The first curious tourists came in the 1820s with the first steamboats, to see St. Anthony Falls and nearby tepees and to dine on buffalo, elk and sturgeon. By the 1850s,...
  • In the shadow of celebrities and soldiers

    In the shadow of celebrities and soldiers
    One of the first signs that we were on an Army base was this posting on the path that leads to the Hacienda Guest Lodge: "You are entering a no-hat, no-salute area." The second came on our first morning here, the kind of day that only California can...
  • Taking a gamble

    For years, golf has been the one thing people could count on for keeping this centuries-old desert oasis green and growing. Today, however, the Coachella Valley is taking a page from the Las Vegas phone book and adding casino gambling and fitness spas to...
  • Retro Palm Springs

    PALM SPRINGS -- At a cemetery on Ramon Road, where the Crayola-green lawns of this desert community yield to sand and tumbleweeds, Frank Sinatra is buried. His plain, flat gravestone bears an epitaph taken from the title of an early '60s song he recorded:...