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Charles, Prince of Wales

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  • Royal baby mania -- is it the real turtle soup or just the mock?

    "THE TWO most important days in your life are the day you are born and the day you find out why," said Mark Twain. IF YOU listen to news reports, the entire world -- Britain and the United States in particular -- was insane waiting for the birth of the...
  • MIPCOM BRIEFS DAY 2: Discovery To Sell Prince of Wales Docu

    Discovery Enterprises International has taken world sales on the Prince of Wales-narrated eco-docu "Harmony: A New Way of Looking At Our World," which world-preemed at Sundance London in 2012. Produced by Julie Bergman and Stuart Sender, and directed...
  • 'Diana' the movie: Not bad, but not that good either

    "YOU KNOW, Hillary Clinton gives of herself. Princess Diana gives of herself. But they are not saints," said actor Edward James Olmos. Well, during no point in Hillary Clinton's lifetime has she ever been considered a saint. Princess Diana, however, even...
  • Story of People's Princess, 'Diana,' may sell better over here ★★ 1/2

    Story of People's Princess, 'Diana,' may sell better over here ★&#9733 1/2
    There's a myopia to "Diana," the new film about the divorce and last great romance of Princess Diana's life, that fits its subject like one of Diana's signature, custom-tailored gowns. Isolated, focused on her image, her few contacts with the outside...
  • A socially conscious film festival

    A socially conscious film festival
    The living room of Kalpna Singh-Chitnis' Irvine condominium was filled with signs of pending deadlines Friday: yellow envelopes bulging with DVDs, trophies, stacks of brochures. But the cluttered work area projected a joyous mood. In fact, it officially...
  • Old haunts and new discoveries on a quick stopover in Paris

    Old haunts and new discoveries on a quick stopover in Paris
    PARIS - Tired of airports, I recently opted for the overnight train from Rome to Paris (393 euros - about $511 for ticket and single compartment, raileurope .com). It was an icy cold when I disembarked at Gare de Lyon on a bright, clear Sunday late winter...
  • Sir Richard Rodney Bennett dies at 76; composer had 3 Oscar nods

    Sir Richard Rodney Bennett dies at 76; composer had 3 Oscar nods
    Sir Richard Rodney Bennett, a prolific British composer, arranger and pianist whose film scores were nominated three times for Academy Awards, has died in New York City. He was 76. Bennett died Dec. 24 after a brief illness, his publisher Novello & Co...
  • Pauline Friedman Phillips dies at 94; original 'Dear Abby'

    Pauline Friedman Phillips dies at 94; original 'Dear Abby'
    Dear Abby: "What would you do with a man who refuses to use a deodorant, seldom bathes, and doesn't even own a toothbrush?" "Absolutely nothing," she replied. The wry answer from Abigail Van Buren — the pen name of Pauline Friedman Phillips...
  • Baby royal style watch: What the Duchess of Cambridge is buying

    With Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, expected to give birth any moment now, the world is on royal baby watch. And the British papers are in overdrive reporting every minute detail of what Kate is — or possibly could be — buying for...
  • Gwyneth Paltrow annoys fellow author at book signing event

    Gwyneth Paltrow annoys fellow author at book signing event
    What's an author assigned to sit next to a much more famous person (Gwyneth Paltrow) at a book signing to do? Write about it, of course. "Due to the inflexibility of the alphabet I had the questionable good fortune to be seated directly beside Gwyneth...
  • Ashton Kutcher: Steve Jobs was 'Leonardo da Vinci of his generation'

    Ashton Kutcher: Steve Jobs was 'Leonardo da Vinci of his generation'
    Ashton Kutcher plays Steve Jobs in the upcoming biopic “Jobs,” and Wednesday on “The Tonight Show” he had high praise for the late tech mogul.   Kutcher recalled how he missed an opportunity to meet Jobs about six months before...
  • 5 safety tips for Will and Kate: How to use George's car seat

    When the first pictures emerged Tuesday of William and Kate carrying the newest member of the British royal family home from a hospital, some parents (including a number of staffers here at the Los Angeles Times) noticed something amiss: His Royal...