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March 24, 2012 | By Karen Ravn, Special to the Los Angeles Times
Your smartphone: It's not just for texting, tweeting, waging war against little green pigs and - oh, right - calling people. It's also for making yourself a happier, less stressed-out, more self-aware person. Really, there's an app for that. Any number of apps. They come with names like Mood Swing and CBTReferee and BrainFreqz, and at their best, they offer users "'treatment' in the palm of their hand," says Dr. John Luo, an associate clinical professor of psychiatry at UCLA.
February 11, 2013 | By Lauren Beale
Siblings Scott, Steven and Stephanie Baio have sold their mother's Toluca Lake home at $3.15 million. The 11,075-square-foot house sits on more than a half-acre of gated grounds. The expansive master suite includes a sitting room, two fireplaces, a gym, a sauna and an office. There are a total of six bedrooms, nine bathrooms and a 10-car garage. After roles in the sitcoms "Happy Days" (1977-84), "Joanie Loves Chachi" (1982-83) and "Charles in Charge" (1984-90), Scott Baio gained a new generation of fans playing lawyer Bob Loblaw on "Arrested Development" (2005)
November 8, 2010 | By Lauren Beale, Los Angeles Times
Actor Scott Baio, his brother Steven and his sister Stephanie have listed the Toluca Lake home where their mother lives at $4,995,000. The 11,000-square-foot house, a guesthouse and a swimming pool sit on more than a half-acre of gated grounds. The master suite includes a sitting room, a fireplace, a separate gym and an office. There are seven bedrooms and eight bathrooms total, plus a 10-car garage. The late Mario Baio had purchased the property in 1994 for $1,305,000, public records show.
March 4, 2006
DID Charles McNulty see the same "Happy Days" performance that my wife and I saw [" 'Happy' Jumps the Shark," Feb. 27]? The show we saw was wonderfully entertaining. We haven't enjoyed a show so much since "The Producers." ELLIOTT PORTER Burbank
August 1, 2004 | Michael T. Jarvis
The song that helped Potsie get an A+ in his college anatomy course on the TV show "Happy Days" has come to the aid of another hopeful entity. This time it's St. Joseph aspirin, which looked to the past to freshen its brand. When McNeil Consumer & Specialty Pharmaceuticals needed a song to pump the importance of aspirin and a healthy heart, it turned to Anson Williams as Potsie singing "Pump Your Blood" from "Happy Days" episode No. 142, "Potsie Quits School."
December 29, 2011
MOVIES What do you get when you cross punk rock, New Year's Eve and slasher movies? You get "New Year's Evil," the 1980 horror flick about a new-wave TV show host (Roz Kelly of "Happy Days" fame) stalked by a psycho killer during a live New Year's Eve broadcast. The Cinefamily, 611 N. Fairfax Ave., L.A. midnight Fri. $10. (323) 655-2510.
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