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August 10, 1988 | HOWARD ROSENBERG
Television is often better at making love than at making love appealing. There are times when you get the impression from TV that everyone is either sexually depraved or confused, that all relationships are fleeting or petty, that contact between the genders is trivial or farcical, that the history of the sexes is drawn from Monty Python. Sometimes . . . all of the above.
November 28, 1985 | HOWARD ROSENBERG, Times Television Critic
All right, Pilgrims. Once again it's that time of year, time for the annual TV Turkeys noting the industry programs, people and events in 1985 that deserve special mention at Thanksgiving. Make that No Thanksgiving: --"OceanQuest," NBC. Remember how former Miss Universe Shawn Weatherby was introduced to all the fishies in the sea and how America was introduced to her outstanding physical attributes in this five-part so-called scientific documentary series?
August 19, 2011 | By Valerie J. Nelson and Barbara Thomas, Los Angeles Times
Edie Wasserman, who was the widow of Hollywood powerhouse Lew Wasserman and who was known as a tireless benefactor for charitable causes, especially the Motion Picture and Television Fund, has died. She was 95. Wasserman died Thursday in Beverly Hills of natural causes, said her grandson, Casey Wasserman. "She was an incredible woman, sort of once in a lifetime," he said. "She had very strong convictions and was dogged in her pursuit of those. And they usually involved helping others.
April 18, 2008 | TINA DAUNT
Political Hollywood is a fairly small place -- more a neighborhood than a town, really. Everyone knows where you go for endorsements and where you go to raise money. But when it comes to raising consciousness, the top stop is Heather Thomas' breakfast salon.
April 15, 1989 | NINA J. EASTON, Times Staff Writer
Don't be surprised if, sometime soon, "The Cosby Show's" Cliff Huxtable tells his teen-age daughters that their aerosol hair spray cans are destroying the ozone layer. Or "Roseanne" gets a sudden impulse to recycle her Twinkie wrappers. The reason: Some of Hollywood's most powerful studio executives and agents are launching an organization, called the Environmental Media Assn., to raise the public's consciousness about the destruction of the environment through TV shows and feature films.
July 15, 1989 | JANICE ARKATOV
"It heavily involves a dead body--who's heavily dead," says Catherine Mary Stewart of "Weekend at Bernie's," a comedy farce in which she stars with Jonathan Silverman, Andrew McCarthy and Terry Kiser as the late, unlamented Bernie. "The body does stay intact," she says. "But it gets involved in all kinds of situations. And since Jonathan is responsible for the body--trying to hide it as well as hide the fact that it's dead--it sort of comes between our romance."
It was Hollywood Versace-style at the seventh annual spring luncheon benefiting the Children's Action Network and Westside Children's Center. Melanie Griffith and Antonio Banderas hosted the event Thursday at their picturesque Hancock Park villa, designed in 1926 by Hoover Dam architect Gordon B. Kauffman.
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