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  • Martin Short's Wife, Nancy Dolman, Dead at 58

    Martin Short's Wife, Nancy Dolman, Dead at 58
    LOS ANGELES -- Actor Martin Short's wife, Nancy Dolman, has died at the age of 58. Short's wife of 30 years died Saturday morning at the couple's Pacific Palisades home, according to his manager, Martin Gurvitz. Gurvitz did not provide a cause of...
  • Diane Keaton lists Pacific Palisades home at $8.5 million

    Diane Keaton lists Pacific Palisades home at $8.5 million
    Oscar-winning actress and avid historical home restorer Diane Keaton has put her latest project on the market in Pacific Palisades at $8.5 million. Keaton spent more than two years renovating a Lloyd Wright-designed Midcentury house built for another...
  • Seeing through glass walls

    ONE morning three months ago, Italian architect Renzo Piano met with a handful of LACMA trustees in one of the museum's conference rooms. After a few minutes of small talk, Piano motioned the group over to a large table and picked up a stack of cards...
  • Multiple Offers and Bidding Wars Abound

    When Debora Brown-Parker put her three-bedroom Long Beach home on the market recently, she expected it to sell fairly quickly. The tidy, 1,200-square-foot house was perfect for a first-time buyer, her agent told her, and because it was fairly priced in...
  • A Day for Second Chances

    A Day for Second Chances
    As the sun slipped behind the clouds, Isaac Castillo pulled his black-tinted shades over his eyes and stepped into a rainbow of caps and gowns. Chest puffed out and royal blue tassel swinging, he strutted past exuberant spectators holding teddy bears...
  • Trailblazing

    Marcel Gillet sees the trail clearly in his mind: a smooth path about 5 feet wide with wildflowers popping from its perfectly angled side slope. Maybe there's some sage growing there too. And maybe, just maybe, if his planning pays off, hikers will...