| Feb 22, 2011
| 7:31 PM
Brentwood 2, Estancia 0
LOS ANGELES — Estancia ended its season at 14-5-4 after losing the CIF Southern Section Division IV second-round game Tuesday.
No. 2 seeded Brentwood (19-1-2), also the Eagles and the Alpha League champion,...
| Jul 11, 2010
— After a just-completed renovation that can best be described as cheap and cheerful, the former Vacation Village in Laguna Beach is now the Pacific Edge Hotel, the 33rd and most recent property in the Joie de Vivre family of California boutique...
| Aug 13, 2010
| 10:21 AM
Francesca Simon is an international star. Her series of children's books about Horrid Henry (Sourcebooks: $4.99 each, ages 8-12) have sold 14 million copies in 24 countries. In England, where she lives, "Horrid Henry and the Football Fiend" was No. 12...
| Apr 10, 2009
Two to four times a week, Holly Perkins works with "Entourage" star Adrian Grenier, putting him through sets of lunges and stepping exercises to keep him buff. When director Chris Weitz is filming a movie, as he is now in Canada with the "Twilight"...
| Sep 23, 2009
Randy Lee Arnold, co-owner and co-founder of Le Palais Gourmet tea emporium in Beverly Hills, has sold his newly built minimalist home in the Sunset Strip area for $3.8 million.
He designed and built the modern-style house of three bedrooms and 3 1/2...
| Apr 15, 2010
| 11:13 AM
Soap star Peter Reckell and his wife, singer Kelly Moneymaker, have listed their custom-built eco-friendly home in Brentwood for $6,499,000.
The couple had their original home on the site torn down, crated and shipped to Mexico for reuse by Habitat for...
| Jul 16, 2010
| 3:13 PM
"Curb Your Enthusiasm" star Cheryl Hines and her husband, producer Paul Young, have put their gated Brentwood home on the market at $4,249,000.
The Mandeville Canyon-area estate, built in 1951, sits on about two-thirds of an acre with mountain views...
| Jan 4, 2009
Glenn Goldman, whose independent bookstore, Book Soup, became a Sunset Boulevard landmark known for its tall, teetering stacks and mazes of shelves crammed with titles that attracted entertainment and tourist industry clientele, died Saturday. He was 58....
| Sep 19, 2009
French postwar photographer
Willy Ronis, 99, the last of France's postwar greats of photography who captured the essence of Paris in black-and-white scenes of everyday life, died Sept. 12 at a Paris hospital, said Stephane Ledoux,...
| Oct 27, 2009
| 4:53 AM
LOS ANGELES -- California First Lady Maria Shriver has disobeyed the rules of the road again.
Shriver parked her Escalade in a red zone for about an hour while visiting a doctor in Santa Monica. Red zones are reserved for emergency vehicles.
| Nov 11, 2007
Robert T. "Bobby" Ayres III was a sandy-haired, drums-playing teenager who loved music by the Ramones and the Grateful Dead when he stumbled half-awake into his father's Brentwood kitchen one morning and saw the World Trade Center ablaze on television....
| Dec 3, 2006
ONLY in Southern California could a cultural revolution be started by ragtag 11-year-olds. Not that these 11-year-olds had any idea what they were doing. No, these prepubescent "skateboarders" were just surfers who, in 1972, after the waves had blown...