In celebration of the inaugural CineVegas Film Festival, the world premiere of "Star Trek: Insurrection" was held Thursday at the Jubilee Theater of Bally's Hotel and Casino.
Last Thursday, hundreds of industry types responded to Disney's gorilla gram and headed to the Santa Monica Cineplex Odeon for the chance to Meet Joe Young.
When they called the ball Fire & Ice, they weren't kidding. Wednesday's gala blew both hot and cold. Fire came from the sizzling Versace fashion show that was the evening's centerpiece.
Marvin Shapiro, a TV sales executive veteran who spent 28 years with CBS, died Nov. 22 of cancer in Los Angeles. He was 65. Shapiro’s advertising career began during the 1960s at several New York…
Singer-songwriter Barbara Acklin, perhaps best known for penning the Chi-Lites chart topper “Have You Seen Her?” in 1971, died Nov. 27 of pneumonia in Nebraska. She was 56. Acklin started her career…
Mary Servaes-Beij, whose sentimental, tear-jerking tunes sold more than 16 million copies, died Oct. 23 of cardiac arrest in Amsterdam, Netherlands. She was 79. Best known as the “Singer Without a…
Jose “Pepito” Figueroa, a violinist whose 80-year career took him from rural Puerto Rico to the Spanish royal palace, died Nov. 9 of a heart attack in San Juan, Puerto Rico. He was 93. Figueroa…
Evelyn Del Rio, former child actress who appeared in a bevy of films during the 1930s including a handful of W.C. Fields features, died Nov. 26 of diabetes complications. She was 68. Born Evelyn…
Actress Rosa Turich, who appeared with John Wayne, Kirk Douglas and Lucille Ball, and in a comedy team with her late husband Felipe, died Nov. 20 in Santa Ana following two small strokes. She was 95…
Film and television veteran Joseph Conrad Thornton died Oct. 7 in Hawaii due to natural causes. He was 71. Thornton started his career serving tea to Sir David Lean at Elstree Studios in London, and…