| Dec 26, 2009
Dancer-singer-actress Jennifer Lopez may have taken a tumble during a performance of her new single, "Louboutins," at the American Music Awards last month, but she's on terra firma where the sale of her French country villa is concerned.
| Feb 13, 2010
| 2:15 PM
Catherine Zeta-Jones, recognized for her love of fur, has been named PETA's biggest fashion offender.
The widely-known animal rights group puts Zeta-Jones at the top of its annual Worst-Dressed List. The group says her "creepy cow-skin pants, ugly fox...
| Feb 28, 2010
A house that seems to emerge from the boulders around it, blending seamlessly into the desert landscape, sits on a secluded San Bernardino County lot near Joshua Tree National Park.
The park, with its granite boulders and rock outcroppings, offered the...
| Mar 18, 2010
Remember "Bird on a Wire" with Goldie Hawn and Mel Gibson? How about "I Love Trouble" with Julia Roberts and Nick Nolte? Try pulling concrete details of those rom-coms from the windmills of your mind; it's like a party game played by amnesiacs. I mean, do...
| May 3, 2010
This coming Sunday we'll all celebrate our mothers, but are you okay with becoming just like her?
We'll according to experts, the chances are you will. We may not all be genetically blessed like: Kate Hudson and Goldie Hawn, Ashley and Naomi Judd, or...
| May 4, 2003
The first surprise came at 5:45 a.m. Saturday, when a rooster announced sunrise a good half-hour before the official break of day.
Shrieking peacocks followed. After three hours of what sounded like a cat losing all nine lives in one swoop, I surrendered...
| Feb 25, 2001
Get up early in Machu Picchu, they said. Stay overnight in the Machu Picchu Sanctuary Lodge and awaken in the dark. Come the dawn, a strange feeling might pass through you. Unusual things could happen, life-changing things. Don't let the sun rise...
| Apr 19, 2001
1. "Splendor in the Grass" (Elia Kazan; 1961) 4 stars
Superb, vibrantly emotional drama of a blighted teenage love in 1920s small-town Kansas, with young Bud Stamper and Deanie Loomis (played by off-screen lovers Warren Beatty and Natalie Wood) driven...
| Feb 9, 2003
For a supposedly wide-open Oscar race, this year's field sure seems narrow.
Just weeks ago Academy Awards handicappers were proclaiming the up-for-grabs nature of the contests in the absence of consensus Big Fat Oscar Movies -- that is, the kind of...
| Jun 28, 1986
| 10:00 PM
Every morning, soon after he had moved from Chicago to Los Angeles in 1982, Jason Brett would sit down at his desk and make out an agenda for the day. He and his partner Stuart Oken were in debt and on the ropes in trying to get their first film produced,...