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It looks like she bought everything at a consignment store that specializes in stuff celebrities want to get rid of, like I don't know, Michael Jackson's old childhood performance blazer, one of Hef's bunnies' Thursday night necklace-shirts, a pair
It's not like it's a dirty little secret, but Robin Skone-Palmer seldom brings up that she was a personal secretary for comedian Phyllis Diller and knows the ups and downs of working for a celebrity. The Las Vegas woman doesn't usually dwell on that
Comedian Kathleen Madigan tears apart The American Dream on her U.S. stand-up tour. In addition to poking fun at the country's laziness, she provides solutions to larger issues as well. For example, one of Madigan's answers to immigration involves
Brandeis committee hosts Books N Brunch Brandeis National Committee, Conejo Valley Chapter, will host Books N Brunch at 9:30 a.m. Wed., March 20 at North Ranch Country Club, 4761 Valley Spring Drive, Westlake Village. Greg Hurwitz, New York Times
During the 85th Annual Awards, the show paid tribute to many stars who passed away in the last year, including actor Michael Clarke Duncan , screenwriter Norah Ephron and composer Marvin Hamlisch . Due to time constraints, however, many notable
People like Stewart Francis, Tim Vine, Stephen Wright, Emo Phillips, the late Phyllis Diller and Milton Jones. They arrive on stage with a sackful of silly short gags, which they then more or less recite . Gags like: "My grandfather, he can't do what
American Idol" winner David Cook has sold his house in the Hollywood Hills for $1.365 million. The tricked-out Beachwood Canyon-area house, built in 1979, has views of the Hollywood sign and Griffith Observatory, a recording studio and a custom-
1/2/2013 by Mike Barnes Jim Murray (right) with singer Paul Williams in the '70s. He was a big part of the Las Vegas scene in the 1970s and '80s and represented such acts as Tony Bennett, George Burns, Phyllis Diller, Jerry Lewis and Joan Rivers.
Before the old man with the beard and scythe surrenders completely and we turn 2013 over to the kid in diapers with his year to grow, let's pause and raise a glass to the folks we left behind in the year that just endednot to refresh, but to reflect.
The unexpected death of politician Bill Raggio in February began a long year of goodbyes to many who represented, supported and championed the state of Nevada. Local icons such as John Fredericks and Monsignor Pat Leary were among the notables who