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HEALTH
March 16, 2013
If you are watching the L.A. Marathon on Sunday, you might spot Julie Weiss by her bouncing blond ponytail, her purple outfit or the purple balloon she plans to tie to her waist. It will be emblazoned with a "52. " You might also recognize her by the mob scene in her wake. Friends and relatives who lost loved ones to pancreatic cancer and patients themselves are coming from near and far to spirit Weiss across that final finish line. - Rene Lynch
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SPORTS
March 26, 2014 | By Chuck Schilken
Super Bowl champion quarterback Russell Wilson has a cameo appearance in the upcoming "Entourage" movie. Sounds like a fun idea, right? Well, what did your mom always tell you about playing ball on the set of a popular TV show turned feature film? That's right. It's all fun and games till someone gets hurt. In this case, that someone is Kevin Connolly, who plays Eric Murphy on the long-running HBO series due to make its big-screen debut next summer. During filming in Los Angeles, Connolly broke his leg in two places while catching passes from the Seattle Seahawks quarterback.
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ENTERTAINMENT
October 4, 2009 | Jon Caramanica
Another tough season on "Entourage," right? More Vince meaninglessness. More stilted chemistry among the key foursome. A lack of purpose that borders on the existential. Actually, wrong. For the last three months, the show has been involved in an elaborate game of deception, a bait and switch that never bothered to reveal itself and most likely won't, even during tonight's season finale. Sure, "Entourage" has in Vince (Adrian Grenier) a protagonist who's dull even when he's impactful, and downright hollow when not. Good cheer is not, it turns out, a feeling.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 10, 2014 | By Steven Zeitchik
Mark Wahlberg once produced a show for a top-tier cable network that was inspired by his own experiences in Hollywood. Now another top-tier cable network will tip its hat to Wahlberg and his experiences in Hollywood--just as he promotes a movie based on that show. That entertainment-world ouroboros will raise its head for the "Entourage" producer at next month's MTV Movie Awards, where Wahlberg, 42, will accept its “Generation” prize, the show's version of a lifetime achievement award.
NEWS
September 28, 2012 | By Jenn Harris
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad was able to make more headlines during his trip to New York City. It seems the president, who brought over 100 people with him, made time to do more in the Big Apple then talk about eliminating Israel. Meanwhile, Ahmadinejad's posse shopped around the city, making stops at Costco, Duane Reade and Payless shoes. [ New York Daily News ]. Paris Fashion Week is underway and L.A. Times fashion critic Booth Moore has all the latest from the runways.
SPORTS
October 2, 1999
I read in Newswire [Sept. 28] that the last boxing show at the Forum drew a "crowd" of 891. At what point does a group become a crowd? ZACHARY A. CHARLES Burbank
ENTERTAINMENT
July 12, 2009 | Jon Caramanica
As with many fights between intimates, the ones between Vince (Adrian Grenier) and Eric (Kevin Connolly) on "Entourage" are little more than tests of will, games of chicken in which projecting one's own inadequacies is as potent a weapon as pointing out those of the other person. Early in tonight's episode, the first of the show's sixth season, the two discuss Eric's plan to move into his own house. Vince, for his part, plays it cool.
ENTERTAINMENT
October 11, 2009
Jon Caramanica makes the common mistake ["Even 'Entourage' Understands Its Limits," Oct. 4] of confusing who the actual protagonist of "Entourage" is and it's certainly not Vincent Chase. In fact, Vince is basically the MacGuffin, deliberately vague and ambiguous. On one level the entire crew (including Ari) is the protagonist. After all, the show is indeed called "Entourage." Each functions as part of an intrinsic whole to further Vince's career. But the hidden-in-plain-sight main character of "Entourage" is Kevin Connolly's Eric "E" Murphy.
NEWS
August 26, 1986 | United Press International
Exiled Philippine President Ferdinand E. Marcos and his entourage, whose visas were due to expire today, have been given permission to stay in the United States for another year. Marcos and his 90-member entourage were placed on routine six-month parole status when they arrived in Honolulu after fleeing the Philippines in February. A one-year extension of Marcos' U.S. visa was announced Monday by William Craig, district director of the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service.
BUSINESS
October 28, 2010 | By Dawn C. Chmielewski, Los Angeles Times Staff Writer
"Boardwalk Empire," the new HBO series set in Atlantic City, N.J., during Prohibition, has attracted plenty of notice, in part because of the pedigree of its creative team, which includes director Martin Scorsese and creator Terence Winter, a writer and producer on "The Sopranos. " Less well known is the executive producer who brought the mob drama to the network, Stephen Levinson, who is actor Mark Wahlberg's manager and producing partner. The duo also produced two earlier high-profile HBO series, "Entourage" and "In Treatment.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 4, 2014 | Richard Verrier
Jeremy Piven and the cast of "Entourage" have reunited for a big-screen version of the long-running HBO series. Warner Bros. Pictures, which is producing the movie with HBO Films, said principal photography on the film had begun in L.A. on Feb. 19. The production will film over the next 35 days in various locations around the city, including the Warner Bros. lot and Hollywood. ON LOCATION: Where the cameras roll Last week, the crew filmed at the Little Next Door restaurant on 3rd Street in West L.A. and at private homes in the West Hollywood and Hollywood Hills, according to film permits.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 6, 2013 | From KTLA
A Camarillo High School associate principal is expected to appear in court Thursday on sex-crime charges, police said.  David Gallegos, 41, of Camarillo, was arrested Wednesday and was being held with bail set at $30,000, according to the Ventura County Sheriff's Department. He was charged with four misdemeanor counts of child molestation and one misdemeanor count of sexual battery. A female staff member and a female student told police that Gallegos touched them inappropriately in separate incidents while on the school campus.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 5, 2013 | By Jeff Gottlieb
His name is Dr. Tohme Tohme, and although he has not taken the witness stand in the Michael Jackson wrongful death case, he was the center of attention Wednesday. Tohme was one of Jackson's many managers, who seemed to come and go. “With Michael Jackson and his advisers you needed a scorecard,” testified Randy Phillips, chief executive of AEG Live, which was promoting and producing the singer's comeback concerts. Phillips said he was introduced to Tohme in a meeting at the Century City offices of Colony Capital, the investment firm that held the mortgage on Jackson's Neverland Ranch.
WORLD
May 2, 2013 | By Richard Fausset and Cecilia Sanchez
This post has been updated. See below. MEXICO CITY - President Obama arrived for his two-day diplomatic mission to Mexico on Thursday afternoon with a 54% favorability rating among Mexicans, according to one national poll [link in Spanish]. But he shouldn't count Hortensia Muñoz, a Mexico City food vendor, among his fans. Key sectors of the sprawling capital have in effect been shut down in advance of Obama's two-day visit, including the area around Obama's hotel, the Presidente InterContinental, in the upscale Polanco neighborhood.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 9, 2013
About 90 delegates from business and politics are traveling with Gov. Jerry Brown in China this week. Among them: Rusty Areias: Partner in influential consulting firm California Strategies. Married to a Democratic fundraiser. Jay Behmke : Managing director, Yao Family Wines, owned by former NBA star Yao Ming. Kofi Bonner: President, Lennar Urban San Francisco. Builder. Finalizing $1.7-billion deal with China Development Bank for two San Francisco developments.
HEALTH
March 16, 2013
If you are watching the L.A. Marathon on Sunday, you might spot Julie Weiss by her bouncing blond ponytail, her purple outfit or the purple balloon she plans to tie to her waist. It will be emblazoned with a "52. " You might also recognize her by the mob scene in her wake. Friends and relatives who lost loved ones to pancreatic cancer and patients themselves are coming from near and far to spirit Weiss across that final finish line. - Rene Lynch
ENTERTAINMENT
September 5, 2008 | Lynn Smith, Times Staff Writer
When making a television series about yourself and your friends, the hardest part is making sure the stories are entertaining to others. The next hardest part is making them fit into a half-hour. And when the town you and your friends inhabit is Hollywood, it really helps if the community likes it. "This could be humiliating in this town if we didn't get it right," said Doug Ellin, executive producer and creator of "Entourage," one of HBO's few remaining hit original series.
ENTERTAINMENT
August 2, 2010 | By Michael Harris, Special to the Los Angeles Times
In real life, good things happen to bad people, but Carl Hiaasen, an Old Testament moralist disguised as a comedian, arranges things differently in his novels. Retribution, hilarious but often gruesome, hounds the vacuous celebrities, crooked pols and environmental despoilers who populate his latest satire, "Star Island." It's hard to avoid the suspicion that if Hiaasen weren't a bestselling writer, he would emulate one of his recurring characters, Skink (formerly Florida Gov. Clinton Tyree)
ENTERTAINMENT
January 30, 2013 | By Joe Flint
After the coffee. Before the thunderstorms hit D.C. The Skinny: Yes, I'm in Washington now. I'm out of the New Orleans hotel with no window and in a basement on a couch. Isn't the life of the entertainment journalist glamorous? FX's latest drama "The Americans" premieres Wednesday night. I've seen the first two and it's worth checking out, especially if you want to see Keri Russell kick butt. Tuesday's headlines include some big changes at CNN, an "Entourage" movie gets the go-ahead and Walt Disney Co.'s "Epic Mickey" game is history.
ENTERTAINMENT
January 28, 2013 | By Christie D'Zurilla, This post has been corrected, as detailed below.
Actress Jamie-Lynn Sigler and baseball player Cutter Dykstra are engaged! "So this just happened....," the 31-year-old tweeted Monday, along with a couple of hearts and a shocked-looking photo of herself flashing a blingy new rock, with Dykstra at her side.  "She said yes!!," Dykstra, 23, added when he retweeted the news. "Thank you so much for all the love everyone," Sigler followed up. "I am so happy and more importantly lucky!" "The Sopranos," "Entourage" and "Guys With Kids" actress' rep confirmed the news to Us Weekly on Monday, with a source telling the mag, "They both know that this is it for both of them.
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