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  • Live chat: the rules of Hollywood

    2007-08-20 14:56:41.0 Administrator: Hi folks, and welcome to the Rules of Hollywood chat! We'll begin in just a few minutes (but feel free to submit your questions for Nicole and Pamela now). 2007-08-20 15:07:06.0 Administrator: Let's get started!...
  • Yanks, take note

    Smythson of Bond Street, the luxury British stationery and leather goods brand, puts its stamp on Beverly Hills this month with a store in the Two Rodeo shopping complex. The store, the second in the U.S., will have a Bespoke Salon, where customers can...
  • Discoveries: The delights and perils of fashion

    Discoveries: The delights and perils of fashion
    Spent Memoirs of a Shopping Addict Avis Cardella Little, Brown: 272 pp., $23.99 Madame Bovary had only herself to blame. Today, shopaholics can point to a dizzying array of cultural and commercial predators. Avis Cardella starts with her mother's...
  • Refreshing breeze at the Bowl

    Refreshing breeze at the Bowl
    Tuesday night, for the 87th time, the Los Angeles Philharmonic opened its classical music series at the Hollywood Bowl. For the first time, at least as far as anyone could remember, it rained. Less a downpour than a spritz from a passing cloud, the...
  • Is a G-rated 'Carmen' still 'Carmen'?

    For all its efforts to connect with Hollywood, Los Angeles Opera revived a 4-year-old production of "Carmen" on Saturday night at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion that no self-respecting film studio honcho would greenlight. Where's the sex? That's a...
  • It is rocket science

    1800s -- 1841 William Wolfskill planted the first local commercial orange groves on 2 acres east of what is now Alameda Street in downtown Los Angeles. 1881 On Dec. 4, the Los Angeles Times began publication as the Los Angeles Daily Times. The first...
  • OH, TO RULE RODEO

    OH, TO RULE RODEO
    THE day began like any other in 1961, and for Fred Hayman, right, resident manager of the Beverly Hilton, that meant buttoning into a three-piece suit and pushing a pressed hankie into his pocket. But today if he dressed more carefully, it was because...
  • BACK IN FASHION

    BACK IN FASHION
    New York — IF Tom Ford's much-anticipated sequel had been the movie he said it would be instead of a menswear collection, it might well have been titled "Ford Almighty." Three years after his high-profile departure as creative director of Gucci and...
  • It's spring: Shopping is in full bloom

    A new Bloomies flagship. A hotel ballroom filled with Diane von Furstenberg on sale. Jeans and cocktails in Santa Monica and jeweled flip-flops in the Palisades. The spring shopping scene is in full flower. Check for weekly updates at latimes.com/image,...
  • Murals, a floor-to-ceiling fantasy

    Murals, a floor-to-ceiling fantasy
    IN the design empire of Los Angeles, where Modern is king and where clean lines and empty spaces have come to define so many castles, it's something of a surprise to see a resurgence of frescoes, murals and other painterly effects. But sure enough, Cher...
  • Dining details: Urasawa

    Urasawa Rating: *** Location: 218 N. Rodeo Drive, Beverly Hills; (310) 247-8939, fax (310) 247-9689 Ambience: Small, elegant Japanese and sushi restaurant where Hiro Urasawa presents an exquisite kaiseki-style menu followed by equally superb sushi...
  • Runner-up 1

    Palmieri rushed to the taxi line and stepped in front of a waiting Asian couple who were unaware. He didn't want to be around when the guy in the men's room got the cops involved. "1300 Rodeo Drive, Beverly Hills," he barked to the cabby. "Step on it,...