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  • This weekend: ‘The Walking Dead’ roars back

     
    Do not look for the CBS Sunday prime-time schedule to be pushed back this weekend. WKMG-Channel 6 will air Jacksonville at Pittsburgh, and it's scheduled through 5 p.m. So the lineup, including "The Good Wife" at 9, should be on time. Lisa Edelstein,...
  • This weekend: American Music Awards; Natalie Wood story on ‘48 Hours Mystery’

     
    CBS' "48 Hours Mystery" presents "Vanity Fair: Hollywood Scandals" at 10 p.m. Saturday. The program re-examines Natalie Wood's drowning death. Another segment focus on Lana Turner's gangster lover....
  • Jennifer Aniston: Exactly why is she a movie star?

     
    Let's face it. When it comes to enduring mysteries, it's hard to come up with something more mystifying than how Jennifer Aniston became a movie star. After all, she's made an almost-unbroken string of forgettable movies that have rarely made......
  • From the Vaults: 'Portrait in Black' (1960)

     
    "Portrait in Black" has just about everything you need for a campy good time: Sandra Dee! Lana Turner in an increasingly elaborate selection of diamond earrings! A very tan Anthony Quinn! Former silent film actress Anna May Wong as a housekeeper named...
  • Jimmie Fidler in Hollywood, Sept. 17, 1940

     
    Sept. 17, 1940: Tom Treanor writes that Italy has banned The Times! No handsomer twosome at the moment than Lana Turner and Victor Mature, Jimmie Fidler says. And: "Climbing Jacob's Ladder," an original spiritual by Prof. William Thomas Wilkins, sung by...
  • Jimmie Fidler in Hollywood, Oct. 18, 1940

     
    Oct. 18, 1940: Lana Turner and Tony Martin (tab it serious) giving the Cocoanut Grove dance team, Georges and Jaina, pointers on Arthur Murray's "Lanapalooza," the dance Lana herself inspired, Jimmie Fidler says....
  • TCM presents a different Liza Minnelli in ‘Private Screenings’; who were Lucille Ball’s choices for the three funniest people?

     
    TCM host Robert Osborne had a simple goal in his "Private Screenings" interview with Liza Minnelli. "I've always found her to be sweet, intelligent, a lot of fun -- not the Liza I've seen written about," Osborne says. "What I was hoping is that we'd bring...
  • From 'Vagrant' to Vertigo: Three far-flung female cartoonists

     
    From whimsical Web comics to comedic coming-of-age tales to political memoirs, female comic book authors are helping redefine the genre. Here's a look at a few of our favorites: Kate Beaton Canadian cartoonist Kate Beaton began uploading her Web comics â€...
  • Movieland Mystery Photo [Updated]

     
    Los Angeles Times file photo [Update: Yes, as everyone figured out, this is Stephen Crane (d. 1985), above, in a photo stamped 1942] Here’s this week’s mystery guest! Los Angeles Times file photo [Update 2: Stephen Crane with Faye Emerson........
  • Jimmie Fidler in Hollywood, April 4, 1941

     
    April 4, 1941: Lee Shippey has an item on Leland Stowe, the reporter who was the subject of a Tom Treanor column. Treanor, meanwhile, writes about Arthur Ernest Morgan, the former president of Antioch College and head of the Tennessee......
  • Calendar

    Till Friday Montage Summer Sale Salon One at Montage Laguna Beach is hosting a summer sale with 50% off all items including women's and men's fashion apparel, handbags and accessories. All sales are final. The Montage is at 30801 S. Coast Hwy. For...
  • Book review: 'Dreams & Schemes: My Decade of Fun in the Sun' by Steve Lopez

    Book review: 'Dreams & Schemes: My Decade of Fun in the Sun' by Steve Lopez
    Dreams & Schemes: My Decade of Fun in the Sun Steve Lopez Camino Books: 309 pp., $17.95 paper At most newspapers the first-person singular pronoun, like the nuclear football, is entrusted to one person at a time. Usually cityside columns go to native...