| Jul 30, 2011
| 4:38 PM
Of special note: TCM on Saturday, Aug. 6, salutes Lucille Ball, one of TV's greatest stars, who gained her training over many years in the movies. Viewers will get to see her Technicolor beauty in "Du Barry Was a Lady," her teaming with Desi Arnaz in "The...
| Aug 11, 2011
| 4:33 PM
“Great Performances at the Met” 12:30 p.m., Sunday KVCR: Capriccio: Renée Fleming performs Strauss' “Capriccio.” With Joseph Kaiser and Sarah Connolly....
| Mar 30, 2010
Michael S. Rosenfeld, a talent agent and producer who was one of the founding partners of Creative Artists Agency, has died. He was 75.
Rosenfeld died Thursday of respiratory failure at Santa Monica UCLA Medical Center after a long illness, the agency...
| Dec 30, 2009
Cheeca Lodge & Spa, 81801 Overseas Highway, Mile Marker 82, Islamorada
cheeca.com; 305-664-4651; 800-327-2888
Back story: When a New Year's Eve fire closed this historic lodge in 2008, it torched more than a building. The lodge has a long and storied...
| Jan 25, 2010
| 10:02 PM
Pernell Roberts, a versatile actor best remembered for his portrayal of the handsome, eldest Cartwright son on the classic television western "Bonanza" and later as the lead character in the medical drama "Trapper John, M.D.," died at his Malibu home...
| Nov 7, 2010
Martin Baum, an old-time New York theatrical talent agent who became a veteran voice of experience for the upstart Creative Artists Agency in the late 1970s and who brought to the firm such established star clients as Sidney Poitier and Peter Sellers, has...
| Nov 29, 2010
| 9:11 AM
LOS ANGELES ( KTLA) -- Irvin Kershner, who directed the Star Wars sequel "The Empire Strikes Back," has died. He was 87.
Kershner died Saturday in Los Angeles after a long illness, according to actress and family friend Adriana Santini.
He's survived by...
| Feb 18, 2011
| 7:34 AM
HOW IT GOT ITS NAME: After its location in the southwestern corner of Fairfield, one of three towns, along with Weston and Norwalk, from which it was incorporated.
HISTORY: Settled in the mid-1600s when three farmers were given permission to settle the...
| Nov 1, 2011
| 12:11 AM
WESTWOOD, Calif. -- Film, television and Broadway producer and director Gil Cates, who ran the show for 14 Oscar ceremonies and was an entertainment industry leader, has died at age 77.
Cates was found dead Monday evening in a parking structure at UCLA...
| Nov 2, 2011
Gil Cates, the Hollywood showman who transformed the annual Academy Awards telecast from a tired and predictable affair into a polished entertainment extravaganza with hosts such as Billy Crystal and Steve Martin, has died. He was 77.
Cates may have been...
| Dec 6, 2011
| 12:35 PM
Q: What inspired you to write RECIPES FOR LIFE now?
Linda Evans: I came to a turning point where I had to decide what I wanted to do for the rest of my life. I have beautiful peace and joy in my life now, and feel I’ve only just begun. I...
| Nov 18, 2009
| 9:33 PM
The National Book Award for Fiction went to Colum McCann for his novel "Let the Great World Spin," a story of New York in 1974 that doubles as an allegory of 9/11. It was the final award at the black-tie......