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December 7, 2000 | RICHARD NATALE, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Jason Gould doesn't like to talk about himself. Shy, nervous and circumspect, he is more than a bit ill at ease on the working-to-promote-my-movie trail. Fortunately, his latest half-hour film, "Inside Out," a chapter in the new "Boys Life 3" series of gay-themed shorts, does some of the talking for him.
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April 10, 2013 | By Mary Forgione, Los Angeles Times Daily Travel & Deal blogger
Singer Barbra Streisand is adding a second concert in Israel this summer after the first one sold out in about a day -- even with tickets priced at $700 each. This is the first time the 70-year-old singer has gone to Israel to perform, and the engagement comes during the country's 65th anniversary, the Israeli Ministry of Tourism announced Tuesday. The added show by Streisand, who sang at the Oscars in February, is to be June 22 at Bloomfield Stadium in Tel Aviv. The first concert will be June 20 at the same location, which seats about 16,000 people.
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April 30, 1989
Talk about family ties! The cast of the just-out "Say Anything" includes John Cusack and his (unbilled) sis, Joan Cusack; Ione Skye, daughter of folk singer Donovan (last name, Leitch); Amy Brooks, daughter of the film's exec producer James L. Brooks; Chynna Phillips, daughter of Michelle; Jason Gould, son of Babs Streisand and Elliott Gould; and bit player Christopher Ziesmer, son of first assistant director Jerry Ziesmer (wife Suzanne Ziesmer is a production assistant). Plus, the music's by Nancy Wilson (of the rock group, Heart)
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December 7, 2000 | RICHARD NATALE, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Jason Gould doesn't like to talk about himself. Shy, nervous and circumspect, he is more than a bit ill at ease on the working-to-promote-my-movie trail. Fortunately, his latest half-hour film, "Inside Out," a chapter in the new "Boys Life 3" series of gay-themed shorts, does some of the talking for him.
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April 10, 2013 | By Mary Forgione, Los Angeles Times Daily Travel & Deal blogger
Singer Barbra Streisand is adding a second concert in Israel this summer after the first one sold out in about a day -- even with tickets priced at $700 each. This is the first time the 70-year-old singer has gone to Israel to perform, and the engagement comes during the country's 65th anniversary, the Israeli Ministry of Tourism announced Tuesday. The added show by Streisand, who sang at the Oscars in February, is to be June 22 at Bloomfield Stadium in Tel Aviv. The first concert will be June 20 at the same location, which seats about 16,000 people.
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December 15, 1996 | Scott Collins, Scott Collins is a frequent contributor to Calendar
Elliott Gould has epiphanies on stage and off these days. One happened recently near the Alamo. Wandering San Antonio during a tour stop for "Deathtrap," the Ira Levin mystery in which he is starring, the actor asked for directions from a passerby. The two struck up a conversation, which led to Gould signing an autograph. "And then we had a moment," Gould recalled. "I said, 'How old are you?' and he said, 'Fifty-eight.' I said, 'When were you born?' and he said, 'In August.'
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December 8, 2000 | KEVIN THOMAS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Strand Releasing is promoting "Boys Life 3," its third collection of gay-themed short films, with the slogan, "Third time's a charm." It proves an apt description of this lively, amusing collection of five films that take a wry look at being gay. Previous collections, in 1994 and 1998, launched several filmmakers into features, and this could happen for some of those represented in this offering.
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November 10, 2012 | By Charles McNulty, Los Angeles Times Theater Critic
Updated Review Climate control isn't really possible at an outdoor venue like the Hollywood Bowl, but the skies knew better than to rain on Barbra Streisand's parade Friday evening. They threatened, but Mother Nature wasn't about to launch an all-out assault on this Brooklyn-born, Malibu-enthroned diva. It may have been too chilly for top-notch singing, but icons of a certain age don't have to prove themselves night after night. Twinkling is enough for their fans, and Streisand did more than hover like a distant planet and glow.   Babs' reputation for strong-arm perfectionism is as integral to her myth as lightning bolts are to Zeus', but time seems to have mellowed her. She kept talking about toe warmers and heaters and was continually fussing with the wrap that was the only thing standing between her glamorous black ensemble and the wind.
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March 14, 2004 | Ann Conway, Times Staff Writer
Forget the tired talk about her perfectionism. Time to begin a new buzz about Barbra Streisand: She's patient. No, make that infinitely patient.
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February 24, 2001 | SUSAN KING, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In an evening filled with music, poignancy and a bit of history, Barbra Streisand received the 29th annual American Film Institute Life Achievement Award Thursday. The Brooklyn-born actress and singer became the first woman director to ever achieve this honor. "This is an historic night for AFI," said Jean Picker Firstenberg, AFI director and CEO. "Not only is Streisand the first woman to be honored as a director, she is more." Pointing to Streisand, she said: "You are a national treasure."
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December 15, 1996 | Scott Collins, Scott Collins is a frequent contributor to Calendar
Elliott Gould has epiphanies on stage and off these days. One happened recently near the Alamo. Wandering San Antonio during a tour stop for "Deathtrap," the Ira Levin mystery in which he is starring, the actor asked for directions from a passerby. The two struck up a conversation, which led to Gould signing an autograph. "And then we had a moment," Gould recalled. "I said, 'How old are you?' and he said, 'Fifty-eight.' I said, 'When were you born?' and he said, 'In August.'
ENTERTAINMENT
April 30, 1989
Talk about family ties! The cast of the just-out "Say Anything" includes John Cusack and his (unbilled) sis, Joan Cusack; Ione Skye, daughter of folk singer Donovan (last name, Leitch); Amy Brooks, daughter of the film's exec producer James L. Brooks; Chynna Phillips, daughter of Michelle; Jason Gould, son of Babs Streisand and Elliott Gould; and bit player Christopher Ziesmer, son of first assistant director Jerry Ziesmer (wife Suzanne Ziesmer is a production assistant). Plus, the music's by Nancy Wilson (of the rock group, Heart)
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November 12, 2000
FRIDAY Boesman and Lena Drama: Kino International With: Angela Bassett, Danny Glover. Writer: John Berry, based on Athol Fugard play. Director: John Berry. The idea: Desperate couple adrift in South Africa has an eventful encounter with an elderly tribesman. Watchwords: Performances worthy of the material. * Bounce Drama: Miramax With: Gwyneth Paltrow, Ben Affleck, Tony Goldwyn, Natasha Henstridge, Jennifer Grey. Writer-director: Don Roos.
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February 21, 1992 | TERRY PRISTIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Should separate Oscars be awarded for best male director and best female director, just as they are for best actor and best actress? That's what some cynics in Hollywood are wondering in the wake of Barbra Streisand's failure to garner a nomination as best director for "The Prince of Tides," a film that was otherwise recognized in seven categories.
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