“The Hunger Games” writer Billy Ray and “Man of Steel” scribe David Goyer have been re-elected to two-year terms on the Writers Guild of America board, winning the most votes of 16 board candidates…
Downtown's Ritz-Carlton has the views, W Hollywood the scene, and Montage the address. L.A.'s trio of high-end hotel residences (condos to the rest of us) have hit their stride with buyers who…
It takes a special breed of real estate agent to understand the housing and commercial needs of the showbiz elite. Twenty pros tell their stories.
Traditionally, real estate has been a hedge against the vagaries of the stock market and other sometimes volatile investments, but that hasn't always been the case during what has come to be known as…
Caroline Hirsch transformed a cabaret club into the premiere showcase for standups both rising and famous.
Producers and creatives of the upcoming Broadway revival of Tennessee Williams' "A Streetcar Named Desire" can get a glimpse of the way the legendary original production came together, thanks to a…
Virginia Mayo, the glamorous blond beauty who was one of the most popular film stars of the 1940s and 50s, died Monday of pneumonia in Thousand Oaks. She was 84.
Lengthy in its gestation as a Warner Bros. pic and still grand in its ambition as a cable TV movie, "James Dean" offers a personal look at one of America's greatest icons, courtesy of director Mark…
Following Monday's Village Theater preem of “Red Planet,” guests gravitated to Eurochow where star Val Kilmer said the Mars road trip pic “captures the subtle aspects of the genuine reality of…
Mike Rich used to talk about writing, then he decided to do it. But Rich wasn't the garden-variety gabber blowing smoke, he was a professional one who used to talk to a lot of authors as one half of…