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  • Review: 'Love Life' by Rob Lowe

    Review: 'Love Life' by Rob Lowe
    The writing of a second celebrity memoir, like the recording of a second album by a musician, poses a delicate dilemma. The first album usually consists of material the artist is familiar with, has practiced often and played to no little acclaim on...
  • La mujer de Mickey Rooney y su heredero pelean por los restos del actor

    Por Eric Kelsey LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - La esposa del actor Mickey Rooney y su heredero están en medio de una disputa legal por los restos de la fallecida estrella de Hollywood, que dejó una herencia de sólo 18.000 dólares, según documentos...
  • Rooney's death stirs dissension

    LOS ANGELES For decades in Hollywood, Mickey Rooney led a charmed life. He acted opposite Judy Garland and Elizabeth Taylor, collecting award nominations for performances praised by the likes of Cary Grant, Gore Vidal and Tennessee Williams. He married...
  • Mickey Rooney's body goes unclaimed as family feuds over burial site

    Mickey Rooney's body goes unclaimed as family feuds over burial site
    For decades in Hollywood, Mickey Rooney led a charmed life. He acted opposite Judy Garland and Elizabeth Taylor, collecting award nominations for performances praised by the likes of Cary Grant, Gore Vidal and Tennessee Williams. He married starlets and...
  • Mickey Rooney dies at 93; show-business career spanned a lifetime

    Mickey Rooney dies at 93; show-business career spanned a lifetime
    Mickey Rooney, a celebrated child actor who embodied the All-American boy in the "Andy Hardy" films of the 1930s and '40s and became one of the era's top box-office draws, has died. He was 93. Rooney, whose roller-coaster show-business career was marked...
  • Weather Channel, DirecTV make peace. NFL plays ball with Hollywood.

    Weather Channel, DirecTV make peace. NFL plays ball with Hollywood.
    After the coffee. Before watching a Senate hearing in my pajamas. The Skinny: I think I've mentioned that I finally started watching "Sons of Anarchy." I enjoy it but do have to wonder, is there no media outlet wondering why this small California town...
  • Archie to die in upcoming comic; will gain life on the screen

    Archie to die in upcoming comic; will gain life on the screen
    Riverdale is in for a shock as its favorite son, the easygoing redhead Archie Andrews, is fated to die in an upcoming comic, CNN has reported. But as is often the case in comic-books deaths, Archie won't be disappearing altogether -- not from the page...
  • Mickey Rooney

    Mickey Rooney
    I first took note of Mickey Rooney when I was a kid and saw the movie “The Big Wheel” on TV. Rooney played a cocky, hotshot race car driver who (spoiler alert) accidentally kills his best friend in a flaming accident on the track. Later, I...
  • Letters: Mickey Rooney could do it all

    Re "Celebrated child actor of the 1930s and '40s," Obituary, April 7 He could make you laugh and smile, or make you cry. He was adept at singing, dancing, playing the drums, and acting with his dear friends Judy Garland and Elizabeth Taylor and so...
  • Letters: Scapegoating the Koch brothers

    Re "In campaigns, Democrats target Kochs," April 4 So the mudslinging begins. Billionaire industrialists Charles and David Koch are no more guilty of buying influence or pushing a partisan agenda than are George Soros, big labor, the Hollywood...
  • 'Dr. Phil' Exec Producer Carla Pennington Helps Show Soar

    Carla Pennington never knows when a compelling idea for a show segment might strike. It could come from the salon, where she's listening to the lively chatter, from family members' conversations or from her producers who've approached her with a pitch....
  • How Barbara Walters and 'The View' Beat the Odds

    The show snuck on the air in the middle of August, using a set recycled from the defunct soap opera "The City." Nobody, not even exec producers Barbara Walters and Bill Geddie, thought "The View" had much of a chance of surviving in the 11 a.m. weekday...