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  • Half up, half down hair isn't just for school photos anymore

    Half up, half down hair isn't just for school photos anymore
    A half up, half down hairstyle can feel reminiscent of eighth grade picture day, when a spiral perm created the waves and a scrunchie tied it all together. But when Angelina Jolie and Jessica Biel glided down the Oscar red carpet this year with their hair...
  • 'Mary's Wedding' at the Colony Theatre

    'Mary's Wedding' at the Colony Theatre
    Some Canadian exports get damaged in transit. "Mary's Wedding," at the Colony, is one such example. The original condition of the product was not tiptop in the first place. Indeed, Canadian playwright Stephen Massicotte's highly sentimentalized drama,...
  • From the Archives: Shirley Temple

    From the Archives: Shirley Temple
  • 'High School Musical's' Vanessa Hudgens buys Studio City home for $2.75 million

    'High School Musical's' Vanessa Hudgens buys Studio City home for $2.75 million
    OK, PULL up the blinds in your sleeping tween-ager's room and show her this column. I promise she will not shoot daggers your way. Vanessa Hudgens Vanessa Hudgens of "High School Musical" fame has bought her first house. It's in Studio City, it cost $2.75...
  • Neverland rides deliver thrills in a new setting

    Neverland rides deliver thrills in a new setting
    Michael Jackson was never a fixture on the county fair circuit, but his Neverland rides now are on a never-ending tour. The attractions he set up in his estate's private amusement park have been auctioned off and are being trucked from carnival to...
  • Absolut Los Angeles: flavor of the city?

    Absolut Los Angeles: flavor of the city?
    FRANCE HAS given the world Burgundy and Champagne. New York's contributions include the Manhattan and the Long Island iced tea. Even the tiny Caribbean island of CuraƧao has placed a bright blue bottle in the pantheon of potent potables. And Los Angeles?...
  • From the screen to the political stage

    SHE starred on Broadway and in the opera. She was described as one of the most beautiful women in the country, and she married a famous actor. She came out to Hollywood and starred in the adventure picture "She." History, though, remembers Helen...
  • Elizabeth Berkley Helps Dancers 'Step It Up'

    "I'm a dancer!" insists Elizabeth Berkley's character whenever someone calls her a stripper in "Showgirls." No, really. Berkley isn't just a "Saved by the Bell" alum and cult movie punchline. It's her real-life training as a dancer coupled with her...
  • 'Mr. Lonely'

    'Mr. Lonely'
    You could call Harmony Korine’s "Mr. Lonely" a comeback, but that would imply the return was anticipated, or that it heralds a return to form. I'm not sure either description applies. "Mr. Lonely" is just as unconventional, by Hollywood standards,...
  • SAG Awards to hail Betty White

     
    When the Screen Actors Guild Awards are bestowed Jan. 23, telecast on TNT and TBS, they'll bestow a life achievement award on Betty White. Read more at the SAG website. Previous recipients of the honor include: 2008: James Earl Jones 2007: Charles Durning...
  • Restored 'Wizard of Oz' hits theaters tonight and store shelves Tuesday

     
    Susan King takes a look at the gorgeous new restoration of "The Wizard of Oz," which will be screened in theaters across the country tonight. This is a longer version of her story that appears in the Los Angeles Times......
  • The Hollywood Stars of the Hollywood Politicians--Reagan, Arnold, Murphy, Temple (videos)

     
    A look at politicians who came out of Hollywood, part of LATimes.com's amazing new Hollywood Walk of Stars database....