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August 9, 2008 | Margaret Wappler, Times Staff Writer
Media theorist Marshall McLuhan once stated that anyone who tries to make a distinction between education and entertainment doesn't know the first thing about either. If only he were alive and on hand at the Orpheum Theatre on Thursday, where creme de la creme teen-pop performers Jordin Sparks and Jesse McCartney beautifully illustrated his point. First lesson: Things on TV are not always as they appear; occasionally, they are better.
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July 4, 2009 | LAUREN BEALE
With a Grammy-nominated song, three TV series and multiple albums, it would seem that Jesse McCartney has been living on Dream Street, the name of the boy band that launched him to stardom in the early 2000s. But the singer-songwriter-actor actually resides at a Hollywood Hills home he recently listed at $1,199,000. The updated modern house, built in 1965, has two bedrooms and 2 1/2 bathrooms in 1,600 square feet.
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June 26, 2008 | Mark Sachs
Jesse McCartney is doing his part to provide an irresistible soundtrack for the summer. He co-wrote Leona Lewis' ballad "Bleeding Love," and his own album "Departure" and the single "Leavin' " are already radio staples. Now 21, he has a new house in the Hollywood Hills and is "single and ready to mingle." The world is his oyster. And, speaking of food . . . SMASHING On a Friday night, I'll go out to Great Greek in Sherman Oaks. The food is excellent, and they even have live traditional music.
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August 9, 2008 | Margaret Wappler, Times Staff Writer
Media theorist Marshall McLuhan once stated that anyone who tries to make a distinction between education and entertainment doesn't know the first thing about either. If only he were alive and on hand at the Orpheum Theatre on Thursday, where creme de la creme teen-pop performers Jordin Sparks and Jesse McCartney beautifully illustrated his point. First lesson: Things on TV are not always as they appear; occasionally, they are better.
HOME & GARDEN
July 4, 2009 | LAUREN BEALE
With a Grammy-nominated song, three TV series and multiple albums, it would seem that Jesse McCartney has been living on Dream Street, the name of the boy band that launched him to stardom in the early 2000s. But the singer-songwriter-actor actually resides at a Hollywood Hills home he recently listed at $1,199,000. The updated modern house, built in 1965, has two bedrooms and 2 1/2 bathrooms in 1,600 square feet.
ENTERTAINMENT
July 3, 2008
From time to time I read your column on My Favorite Weekend. To be honest, I am not interested in where the famous eat, but I have been waiting to see if any of them include church as part of their Sunday events. I may have missed some, but I was delighted to see in the June 26 column that Jesse McCartney did mention that he attended church. Nice to know that he includes time to thank God for his many blessings. Joe Sartoris Lomita
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November 1, 2009 | Susan King
Nostalgia was a driving force behind Betty Thomas' desire to direct the family film "Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel," opening Christmas Day. Thomas has fond memories of the Chipmunks album, "Let's All Sing With the Chipmunks." "I'm pretty sure it was my first album," says the 61-year-old Emmy-winning Thomas, who also directed "The Brady Bunch Movie" and "Private Parts." "I thought it was the coolest thing. It was my entry into the music world. That is one reason I would have wanted to do this movie."
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October 19, 2010
KTLA Morning News Rapper Common; Nina Dobrev. (N) 7 a.m. KTLA Good Morning America Elton John and Leon Russell; Jenny Sanford; Rod Stewart performs. (N) 7 a.m. KABC Live With Regis and Kelly Kristen Stewart; Paul Reubens; Jesse McCartney performs. (N) 9 a.m. KABC The View Stephen Colbert; Arianna Huffington; Maria Shriver. (N) 10 a.m. KABC The Talk Jennifer Lopez. (N) 1 p.m. KCBS The Oprah Winfrey Show Susan Boyle; 10-year-old singer Jackie Evancho; Debby Boone.
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May 17, 2013 | By Jamie Wetherbe
Carole King seems to have fans in high places: The singer-songwriter's life will be staged with an eye toward Broadway, and next week her oeuvre will be honored at the White House. Officials announced Friday that President Obama will host a star-studded show for King, the first woman to receive the Library of Congress Gershwin Prize for Popular Song. King is to receive the award during a concert Wednesday, with performances by Gloria Estefan, Billy Joel, Jesse McCartney, Emeli Sande, James Taylor, Trisha Yearwood and King herself.
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July 14, 2005 | Heidi Siegmund Cuda
Off we go, into the wild blue yonder So the hottest club this summer? Think blue. As in Dodger blue. The boys of summer are partying at their new clubhouse, the Martini Bar, part of Dodger Stadium's $20-million renovation. Located inside the Dugout Club, the swanky lounge has poured some cool ones for Cameron Diaz, Justin Timberlake, Vince Vaughn, Owen Wilson, Alyssa Milano, Adam Sandler, John Cusack and "Field of Dreams" playa Ray Liotta.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 26, 2008 | Mark Sachs
Jesse McCartney is doing his part to provide an irresistible soundtrack for the summer. He co-wrote Leona Lewis' ballad "Bleeding Love," and his own album "Departure" and the single "Leavin' " are already radio staples. Now 21, he has a new house in the Hollywood Hills and is "single and ready to mingle." The world is his oyster. And, speaking of food . . . SMASHING On a Friday night, I'll go out to Great Greek in Sherman Oaks. The food is excellent, and they even have live traditional music.
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May 2, 2010 | By Sam Adams, Special to the Los Angeles Times
Reporting from Philadelphia By now, the movie industry has plenty of practice weathering the complaints of fans who object to the inevitable departures that accompany the adaptation of a pre-existing property to a big-screen franchise. But the concerns that surfaced as M. Night Shyamalan went into production on "The Last Airbender" were more serious than the usual nitpicking. Amid the kvetching about the shape and size of the facial scar sported by the film's chief villain were accusations that Shyamalan had whitewashed the story, which was influenced by Asian art and mythology, by casting Caucasian actors in many leading roles.
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