George Alfred Stacey, a decorator for the rich and famous, died June 25. He was 91. Stacey's clients included John Hay Whitney, William S. Paley, W. Averell Harriman and Ava Gardner.
Kevin Michael Allin, a punk rocker known for his over-the-edge stage antics, died June 28 of an apparent drug overdose.
ABC has promoted two top research executives, upping Richard Montesano to senior VP, market research, and Larry Hyams to VP, audience analysis, both reporting to recently appointed exec VP of…
Platinum album certs 72 In a healthy sign for the music industry, sales of 1 million units in the first half of '93 rose from 66 a year ago. Gold albums rose from '92's 82 to 104 this year. Story…
Antonio Badu, a Mexican actor and singer who appeared in dozens of movies, died June 29 of a lung ailment.
A federal judge on Wednesday blocked the North American Free Trade Agreement with Mexico and Canada until the Clinton administration analyzes in detail its likely effects on the environment. The…
After 20 years as mayor of the entertainment mecca, it was fitting that the last ordinance L.A. Mayor Tom Bradley signed was the final approval for 20th Century Fox's $ 200 million expansion plan in…
Susan Wichter, a casting associate at NBC, has been added to the board of Habitat for Humanity, a non-profit ecumenical Christian housing ministry.
The second annual Intl. Gay and Lesbian Film and Video Festival runs here July 9-25 with showings of more than 55 feature films and short subjects.
Officials of the Big Three networks and Fox Broadcasting Co. Wednesday unveiled a plan to place parental advisories on programs containing violence. But critics dubbed the action a hasty gambit to…
Rupert Murdoch was given a bankruptcy court's permission to run the New York Post for another 60 days, a day after winning FCC approval to own the tabloid.
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