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When reporters began to ask last weekend about a bruising profile of Bill Clinton that appears in the July issue of Vanity Fair magazine, the former president's aides struck back with this scathing rebuttal. To: Interested Parties From: Office of...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterDistinguished American writer Joan Didion has always seemed delicate, but now she looks frail. Her shoulders are thin and stooped as she speaks haltingly about the loss of her daughter a few weeks ago, as she was still grappling with the sudden death of...
Zap2It.comSeveral members of the Turner Broadcasting family will help add a realistic sheen to the season finale of TNT's "The Closer." CNN's Larry King and Court TV commentators Rikki Klieman and Dominick Dunne will all make appearances in the finale, which is...
Special to The TimesIt's not exactly Paris in the spring, but for Francophiles, April in Los Angeles means the City of Lights, City of Angels film festival. This year's edition showcases a formidable 20 recent Gallic features, with a strong emphasis on genre, and the...
Zap2It.comThe battle has begun. I'm not sure if I've ever confessed to you guys that I, by nature, am messy. My name is Amy and I am so not tidy. Ask anyone who knows me and they will confirm this with glee. I don't even know where this came from since my mother,...
Richard Rushfield, The EnvelopeWith every New Year, the scent of trophies fills the West Los Angeles air. And so once again, I pick up my tux from the dry cleaners and head back onto the awards trail. First stop, the Golden Globes. Of all the many (many) stops on my tour last year,...
Los AngelesTimesI was around a gaggle of movie people the other night who were all talking about the Oscars. That wouldn't be such an odd thing at this time of year, except for one thing: The awards themselves were something of an after-thought. Everybody was talking...
Dorthy Moxley may have put it best: "It's a day," she said, with "a winner and a loser." Moxley hoped for 27 years that someone would pay for the death of her daughter Martha, and on Friday it happened, as a jury convicted "Kennedy cousin" Michael Skakel...
Tags: Death, Crimes, Murder, CNN (tv network), Robert Blake
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday February 27, 1998 "An Alan Smithee Film Burn Hollywood Burn" tells of a director who incinerates his own work because he didn't want to inflict another terrible movie on the world. Too bad he didn't get his hands on this one. Actually,...
Tags: Cinema Industry, Ryan O'Neal, Surgery, Movies, Whoopi Goldberg
The Hartford CourantCould it be the heat and humidity? Or the smoke from wildfires out West and in Canada? Or could it simply be the anxiety of having to wait until September for a new season of "The Sopranos"? Whatever, there must be some explanation for the rash of truly...
Courant Staff WriterDominick Dunne always wanted to be famous, but he didn't achieve it until he stopped trying. Growing up in Hartford, son of a prominent heart surgeon and the second of six children in a large Irish Catholic family, Dunne wanted to be like the movie stars...
Courant Staff WriterThe job of the writer is lonely work. You sit at the keyboard staring at the blank screen. You battle ghosts and guerillas and windmills in your head. The job of the writer is lonely unless, in my mind, you are John Gregory Dunne or Joan Didion. While...
Tags: Hawaii, Defense, New York, Armed Forces, The New York Times
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