Arguably the region's most imaginative developer since Walt Disney, Rick Caruso has altered the way Southern Californians shop and play with the Grove at Farmers Market in Los Angeles and the…
"Secondhand Lions," the 2003 New Line Cinema pic that inspired the stage musical now getting its world premiere from Seattle's 5th Avenue Theater, got knocked by critics for being schmaltzy and a…
In stark contrast to the secluded homes of Hollywood's elite in Beverly Hills and Malibu, the apartments of 8500 Burton Way rise like a space-age fishbowl over the busy intersection of L.A.'s La…
For decades, the entertainment and retail industries have been finding growing synergies.
When real estate mogul Rick Caruso built the Grove a decade ago, he wanted to create the quintessential L.A. retail experience: part shopping, part dining and part showbiz pizazz. In July the…
With Fox Sports and the Los Angeles Dodgers having settled their legal differences, the final impediment has been removed from the sale of the baseball franchise -- amid the possibility that an…
A very likable though not even remotely original gay crowdpleaser.
Most recently the buzz surrounding Rick Caruso was that the L.A. mega-developer was considering a run for mayor. One could imagine a Caruso regime solving L.A.'s mass-transit problems with colorful…
White House hopefuls Sen. Hillary Clinton (D-N.Y.), former Sen. John Edwards and New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson again courted support in Hollywood over the weekend, racing to raise cash and line up…
When Rudolph Giuliani raised money in Brentwood on Monday night, there were few, if any, jokes about the plight of Republicans in Hollywood, and no apologies for anyone being there.
The seventh chapter in helmer Michael Apted's long-running "Up" docu series, "49 Up" follows diverse Brits first selected at age 7 as they now approach a surprisingly becalmed middle age. Stateside…
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