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  • Dale Rickards dies at 88; horse wrangler for movies and TV shows

    Dale Rickards dies at 88; horse wrangler for movies and TV shows
    Dale Rickards, a self-styled cowboy who wrangled horses for Hollywood and turned his Malibu ranch into a faux western town for location photography, has died. He was 88. -------------------- FOR THE RECORD: : An earlier version of this article...
  • Making California pistachios safe again

    Making California pistachios safe again
    In the spring of 2004, five years before pistachios grown in the San Joaquin Valley became tainted with salmonella, health investigators were hunting for the same deadly bacteria in the same stretch of our state -- this time in the almond orchards. The...
  • Telluride provides lofty Oscar peeks

    Telluride provides lofty Oscar peeks
    With the triple whammy of the Venice, Telluride and Toronto film festivals, the awards season has kicked into high gear. Following it all is the Notes on a Season column, which returns on a regular basis to track the progress of the awards contenders to...
  • Paramount shrinks in post-DreamWorks era

    Paramount shrinks in post-DreamWorks era
  • 'Panda' cuts off 'Zohan'

  • Mario Puzo's heirs sue Paramount over 'Godfather' game

    Mario Puzo's heirs sue Paramount over 'Godfather' game
  • Broadcast film critics shine light on 'Into the Wild'

    Broadcast film critics shine light on 'Into the Wild'
    With critics groups chiming in from New York, L.A., Boston, San Francisco and Washington, D.C., this week, a predictable pattern is emerging. The nation's top movie reviewers are in a pessimistic mood, splitting their best picture prizes, so far, between...
  • SAG nods spell bad news for 'Sweeney Todd,' 'Atonement'

    SAG nods spell bad news for 'Sweeney Todd,' 'Atonement'
    In case you even have to ask, the awards race is still wide open. The Screen Actors Guild jumped right into this wild, wild awards season by anointing Sean Penn's "Into the Wild" as the actors' front-runner with four nominations. That means the film got...
  • L.A.'s low homicide rate

    Maybe the best holiday gift Los Angeles received this year was the news that fewer of its citizens are being murdered. As The Times reported this week, the city is on track to end 2007 with the lowest homicide count since 1970, when L.A. had 1 million...
  • The season of our discontent

    The season of our discontent
    The envelope holding the ticket for the show stated, "Awards Season Starts Here." For many in the room there was the distinctly uncomfortable feeling that it just may end "Here" as well. With breaking news spreading like wildfire through the Santa...
  • Is Morpheus Coming to "CSI"?

     
    Suddenly the Laurence Fishburne-to-"CSI" rumors - which they remain - have heated up again, and so I guess it's time to acknowledge them. Consider them officially acknowledged. They've been out there almost since the day Billy Petersen said he......
  • Bernie Brillstein Dies

     
    Boy, here's a huge departure in the show business world: Bernie Brillstein has died. The Associated Press announced this earlier today in a brief dispatch saying "that Brillstein died of heart disease at a Los Angeles hospital at about 9......