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  • Hot Property: Guess co-founder lists Beverly Hills Post Office area estate at $63 million

    Hot Property: Guess co-founder lists Beverly Hills Post Office area estate at $63 million
    Armand Marciano, a Guess co-founder and executive, has put his Beverly Hills Post Office area estate for sale at $63 million. Set on close to 20 acres, the Mediterranean-style mansion has 30,000 square feet of space in three stories including an...
  • Bel-Air mansion built for Iris Cantor sells for $40 million

    Bel-Air mansion built for Iris Cantor sells for $40 million
    La Belle Vie, the mammoth Bel-Air residence built in 1993 for philanthropist Iris Cantor by her husband, Bernard Gerald Cantor, has sold for $40 million, public records show. The sale is one of the highest this year in Los Angeles County. The mansion had...
  • Geoff Miller dies at 74; a founder of Los Angeles magazine

    Geoff Miller dies at 74; a founder of Los Angeles magazine
    At UCLA in the late 1950s, the concept for a magazine celebrating an "unruly young city" started to take off after grad student Geoff Miller happened upon David Brown, an ad executive with an "ambitious scheme," Miller later wrote. Miller put aside plans...
  • PASSINGS: Paul Picerni, Guy Greengard, Romulus Linney

    PASSINGS: Paul Picerni, Guy Greengard, Romulus Linney
    Paul Picerni Prolific character actor Paul Picerni, 88, a prolific character actor who costarred in the television series "The Untouchables" and was featured in the 1953 horror movie "House of Wax," died Jan. 12 of a heart attack at his home in the...
  • Elsa Rady dies at 67; leading contemporary ceramic artist

    Elsa Rady dies at 67; leading contemporary ceramic artist
    As a leading contemporary ceramic artist, Elsa Rady created elegantly simple porcelain vessels and often controlled how they were presented by bolting the refined pieces into place. "She really forged her own path and became a force," said Jo Lauria,...
  • Dr. Jack Kevorkian dies at 83; 'Dr. Death' was advocate, practitioner of physician-assisted suicide

    Dr. Jack Kevorkian dies at 83; 'Dr. Death' was advocate, practitioner of physician-assisted suicide
    He was known as Dr. Death, a Michigan physician who helped his patients kill themselves. In doing so, Jack Kevorkian inflamed a nationwide debate in the 1990s over a terminally ill patient's right to die. And he served eight years in prison for second-...
  • Bernard B. Roth dies at 95; founder of South Gate-based World Oil Corp.

    Bernard B. Roth dies at 95; founder of South Gate-based World Oil Corp.
    Bernard B. Roth, founder of South Gate-based World Oil Corp. and an early promoter of self-service gas stations at a time when pumping your own gas was considered novel and possibly dangerous, has died. He was 95. He died Sunday night at his Beverly...
  • PASSINGS: Lester Ziffren, Gus Mercurio

    PASSINGS: Lester Ziffren, Gus Mercurio
    Lester Ziffren Attorney and civic leader Lester Ziffren, 85, an attorney and civic leader who was devoted to his alma mater, UCLA, and many other causes, died Monday of natural causes at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, his family said....
  • Badgley Mischka opens store on Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills

    Badgley Mischka opens store on Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills
    Badgley Mischka, a brand that's walked more red carpets than Nicole Kidman and Cameron Diaz combined, has finally opened the store its two designers — Mark Badgley and James Mischka — have always dreamed of. The new Badgley Mischka boutique,...
  • Scene & Heard: Salons by the Shore benefits MOCA

    Scene & Heard: Salons by the Shore benefits MOCA
    The Salons by the Shore, a series benefitting the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles, came to a close on consecutive Sundays with Urs Fischer's "Dialogue" and Richard Prince's "Art Talk." The former was at the home of Peter Morton, the latter at...
  • For holiday outfits, subtle is best

    For holiday outfits, subtle is best
    We've all had our slip-ups with self expression around the holidays. Maybe you doubled up with red and green scrunchies in the '90s or donned a pair of those flashing "ornament" earrings. Whatever your holiday fashion faux pas, there's no reason to...
  • California a cornucopia of natural beauty products

    California a cornucopia of natural beauty products
    As families sit down at the table Thursday to give thanks for a bountiful feast, we can also give thanks for the bounty of California, where the harvest is diverse and year-round. And — more thanks — many of California's abundant crops and...