October 17, 2012 |
Megan Fox and Brian Austin Green are parents of a new baby boy -- actually, a not-so-new baby boy. Noah Shannon Green was born on Sept. 27, Fox announced Wednesday on Facebook after "a few peaceful weeks at home. " The baby "is healthy, happy, and perfect," she wrote. "We are humbled to have the opportunity to call ourselves the parents of this beautiful soul and I am forever grateful to God for allowing me to know this kind of boundless, immaculate love. PHOTOS: The Hollywood baby boom "Thanks to those of you who wish to send your positive energy and well wishes," Fox continued.
November 2, 2011 |
Science, which is confusing to many people — some to the point that they regard it as a form of superstition — has always needed its champions, its spokespersons, its interpreters, big brains who also function efficiently as celebrities and have a knack for taking impossible-sounding theories and making them sound, at least for the moment they're speaking, comprehensible. Here comes Brian Greene, again. (He is TV's favorite theoretical physicist.) Like Carl Sagan and Stephen Hawking before him, Greene — whose "The Fabric of the Cosmos" begins a four-week run Wednesday in the framework of the PBS series "Nova" — is both mediagenic and a working scientist.
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October 29, 2009 |
The roster of young celebrities allegedly victimized by the so-called bling ring expanded Wednesday as Los Angeles police detectives said the group targeted Brian Austin Green, Ashley Tisdale and Megan Fox as part of a string of at least 10 burglaries in the Hollywood Hills. So far, at least eight celebrities -- including Paris Hilton, Audrina Patridge, Lindsay Lohan, Rachel Bilson and Orlando Bloom -- have allegedly had property stolen by the gang that police said was made up primarily of teenage girls, most of whom attended the same continuation school in Agoura Hills.
February 21, 2009
The Dodgers could have added Bobby Abreu and Adam Dunn to the 2009 roster for $15 million with the potential to produce 60 homers and 200 RBIs and had $10 million left to spend on pitching. Instead, they're trying to sign Manny Ramirez for $25 million, who has the potential for 35 homers and 120 RBIs, and leaving the team with no extra cash to fill pitching holes on the roster. The economics of baseball just don't add up. Brian Greene Monrovia :: I am amused by the Dodgers' response to the possibility of lowering ticket prices for spring training games (currently $18-$100)
March 31, 2007
So Major League Baseball is about to sign an agreement with DirecTV for the rights to the MLB TV package that will disenfranchise 230,000 ardent baseball fans across the country. Has there ever been a baseball commissioner who has done less for fans? BRIAN GREENE Monrovia
February 25, 2006
Sasha Cohen wins the silver medal, yet The Times runs a picture of her falling down. Does this mean when Vladimir Guerrero hits three homers in a game, you'll run a picture of him striking out? BRIAN GREENE Monrovia Why all the mean-spirited nastiness directed at Sasha Cohen? Bill Plaschke's column was the worst. To suggest that she didn't deserve a medal is really hitting below the belt. Of course she did. After an inauspicious start, she rallied bravely and elegantly to skate a lovely program, racking up sufficient points for her unexcelled artistry and her technical skill.