HOME & GARDEN
August 11, 2010 |
Singer-songwriter Graham Nash and his wife, Susan , have listed their longtime Encino home for sale at $1.6 million. The couple raised their three children in the house and now plan to live in Hawaii full time. The Tudor house has formal living and dining rooms, leaded glass windows and skylights. There are six bedrooms, 61/2 bathrooms and more than 4,600 square feet of living space. The gated property includes a pool with spa. Nash has used the home as a place to compose as well as a center for family life and entertaining.
February 2, 2006 |
IN a bid to step beyond the shadow of Graham Nash, the singer-songwriter, Graham Nash, the photography collector, and Graham Nash, the photo-technology innovator, an emerging photographer has unveiled his first major museum show at San Diego's Museum of Photographic Arts. His name is Graham Nash. Or as the artist/musician/collector/entrepreneur puts it, "It's just me, trying to shoot off my mouth." The show, titled "Eye to Eye," includes 80 images and runs through April 30.
April 1, 2001 |
Most folks know Graham Nash as the dulcet tenor of Crosby, Stills & Nash. Less well-known is Graham Nash, the photographer and co-owner with R. Mac Holbert, above left, of a cutting-edge digital photographic printing company, Nash Editions in Manhattan Beach. Its state-of-the-art high-resolution machines are to PC desktop printing what a Ferrari is to Rent-a-Wreck.
April 18, 1999 |
Henry Diltz has been one of the most respected and familiar rock photographers for three decades. Among his 200-plus album covers are such classics as Crosby, Stills & Nash's debut and the Doors' "Morrison Hotel." He was also the official photographer of Woodstock--and will be again at the 30th anniversary Woodstock '99 in July. Yet he's still reluctant to consider himself a professional. So it's little surprise that he's never had a major gallery showing.
September 28, 1998
Six celebrities who made holes in one: CHERYL LADD: 122-yard hole in one ROBERT WAGNER: 170-yard hole in one GRAHAM NASH: 186-yard hole in one ROBERT WUHL 153-yard hole in one MIKE CONNORS: 150-yard hole in one LEE MAJORS: 160-yard hole in one Source: "Hollywood on the Links" (Tom Cuneff, Contemporary Books, 1997)
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 14, 1996 |
They're veteran sign-toters and letter-writers, but now those opposed to building homes at the Bolsa Chica wetlands have a new weapon--the soothing acoustic tunes of Bonnie Raitt and Graham Nash. The two singers will be featured Saturday at a free concert and rally spearheaded by groups seeking to halt plans for home-building on and around the ecologically sensitive wetlands next to Huntington Beach.