| Oct 28, 2008
Saturday morning, hyperbolic weather reporters here barked out warnings of heavy wind and drenching rain all day. A shower or two did dampen Manhattan streets, but the real New York weather over the weekend was elsewhere.
Friday night at the Chelsea...
| Nov 3, 2008
Simon Cowell has been judged and found wanting.
The "American Idol" judge has been dumped by his longtime girlfriend Terri Seymour, reports UsMagazine.com.
"They broke up about a month ago. It was Terri's idea, not Simon's," says Cowell's rep, Max...
| Nov 4, 2008
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John Daly, the British-born producer of 13 Oscar-winning movies including "Platoon" and "The Last Emperor," has died. He was 71.
Daly, who was chairman of Film and Music Entertainment Inc., died of cancer Friday at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los...
| Nov 5, 2008
It might surprise those who know Michael Sheen from his portrayals of Tony Blair in the Peter Morgan-scripted "The Deal" and "The Queen" to see the 39-year-old actor looking downright rugged in his suit, long hair and scruffy beard. Having just flown in...
| Nov 11, 2008
LOS ANGELES (AP) _ James Bond is still in a foul mood over that whole dead girlfriend thing from "Casino Royale." But the man who plays him is as happy as can be.
Even as Daniel Craig ticks off all the injuries he sustained shooting "Quantum of Solace,"...
| Nov 16, 2008
Forty-six years ago, when Sean Connery played his first hand of chemin de fer clad in a shawl-collar tuxedo as James Bond in "Dr. No," the world was a much different place. Dressing up for dinner was de rigueur, and high-tech meant a shortwave radio...
| Nov 19, 2008
Ross King is the Entertainment Anchor for KTLA Prime News.
King joined KTLA as the first winner of the award-winning segment, "The Audition" in November of 2004. His win landed him a position as Prime News Weather Anchor. In late 2005, King became...
| Nov 25, 2008
Over nearly two decades, a serial killer has shot and strangled at least 11 people, often dumping their battered bodies in alleyways of Inglewood and Los Angeles.
Most were black women or girls, the youngest just 14. The latest was found last year,...
| Dec 3, 2008
This is the season when food and wine articles in the national media suggest that the advent of colder weather calls for seasonal dishes (daubes, pork roasts, apple desserts) and richer, heftier wines (Zinfandel, Barolo, Port) to stave off winter's chill....
| Dec 6, 2008
The Big Three are a mess, and there is plenty of blame to go around. Washington lawmakers pondering the bailout for Detroit have been grilling executives of General Motors, Ford and Chrysler about their role in the crisis. But sitting by their side...
| Dec 7, 2008
This summer, as the state's economy plunged, Gov. Charlie Crist took an entourage to Europe on a 12-day trade mission.
The business development trip to London, Paris, St. Petersburg and Madrid was supposed to cost taxpayers $255,000. The actual tab was...
| Dec 10, 2008
Today's question: Under what circumstances should or shouldn't the United States get involved militarily around the globe? How do we distinguish between the Balkans and Darfur and Iraq and Afghanistan -- or any of the new situations that are going to face...