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October 24, 2003 | Dennis McLellan, Times Staff Writer
Fred Berry, the rotund actor who played the jolly, red beret- and suspenders-wearing Rerun on the 1970s sitcom "What's Happening!" and later became an ordained minister, has died. He was 52. Berry, who recently suffered a mild stroke, died Tuesday at his home in Los Angeles, apparently of natural causes. A coroner's investigation was being conducted to determine the cause of death.
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NEWS
December 1, 2000 | MIKE DOWNEY
Somebody's going to think that I've got it in for Channel 4 news. I do not. Somebody might suspect that I'm carrying a grudge of some kind against KNBC-TV. I am not. On the contrary, as I have written here before, Channel 4 is usually my local TV news channel of choice. I have nothing against Channels 2, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13 or any other. I'm just in the habit of getting my late-night TV news from Channel 4. If Fritz Coleman tells me it's going to snow 20 inches in Anaheim tomorrow, I believe him.
BUSINESS
August 5, 2013 | By Lauren Beale
Dallas Cowboys cornerback Orlando Scandrick has put his house in Hollywood Hills on the market at $2.85 million. He bought it a year and half ago for $2.1 million. The contemporary house, built in 2009, features retractable walls of glass and a top-floor master bedroom with a dressing area and bathroom; it has a total of four bedrooms and four bathrooms in 3,353 square feet. Outdoor amenities include a sunken spa. There are city and canyon views. PHOTOS: Grandest pool around?
BUSINESS
August 23, 2013 | By Lauren Beale
Michael C. Hall, who starred on "Dexter," has listed the Ronald Colman estate home in Hollywood Hills for sale at $2.35 million.   Designed and built in 1926 for Colman, a British actor who straddled the silent and talking film eras, the Spanish-style estate features a main house, guest house and tennis court-turned-garden on a third of an acre. Features of the walled property include a courtyard garden and outdoor dining area, a media room, a wine room, five bedrooms, 5.5 bathrooms and 4,600 square feet of living space.
BUSINESS
July 24, 2013 | By Lauren Beale
The estate of publishing magnate Robert Petersen has sold for $11,800,500. The traditional-style Paul Williams-designed house, built in 1933 and redone in 1988, sits behind iron gates on 1.23 acres. A foyer with a spiral staircase and a two-story window, a den/office, a wine room, a glass-enclosed porch, a gym, an office, seven bedrooms, seven bathrooms and 7,735 square feet of living space are among the home's features. A star architect to celebrities The grounds include an enclosed cabana/outdoor dining room, a swimming pool with a spa and a pool house.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 5, 2006 | From the Associated Press
Critics are being shut out of more films as studios forgo advance screenings on flicks they expect reviewers to trash, figuring the movies stand a better chance of box-office success with no reviews rather than bad ones. So far this year, 11 movies have not screened for critics before opening day, including the Rob Schneider-David Spade sports comedy "The Benchwarmers" and Mo'Nique's fashion comedy "Phat Girlz," both opening Friday.
NEWS
April 11, 2002 | JOSH FRIEDMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
"Just Shoot Me" may not aim for any kind of high-minded TV breakthrough, but in its sixth season it still hits the humorous mark with its gently cynical take on relationships, vanity and office politics. The Blush magazine staff gets a dose of corporate therapy in tonight's episode (9:30 p.m. NBC), written by Brian Reich and directed by Pam Fryman.
BUSINESS
September 10, 2003 | Claudia Eller, Times Staff Writer
Paramount Pictures worldwide marketing chief Arthur Cohen is stepping down from a job he's held for the last 14 years. The move ends one of the longest reigns for a top studio marketing executive in recent decades. "I have the world record for holding the job," said Cohen, who will remain with the company as a consultant. Until a successor is named, the Viacom Inc.-owned studio's marketing group will report directly to Paramount's chief operating officer, Rob Friedman.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 19, 2011
SPECIALS Child Hunger Ends Here: This new special shines a light on an issue that affects an ever-increasing number of our nation's children (7 p.m. NBC). HGTV Dream Home Giveaway 2011: The winner of a custom-crafted alpine lodge in Vermont is announced (8 p.m. HGTV). The Pee-wee Herman Show on Broadway: The eternal man-child turns New York City's Stephen Sondheim Theatre into his own personal playhouse in this new special (10 p.m. HBO). MOVIES Norbit: Eddie Murphy plays multiple roles in this crass 2007 comedy; Thandie Newton also stars (9 p.m. ABC)
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