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September 16, 2006 | Richard Rushfield, Times Staff Writer
For the last few months, Jessica Rose only dared leave her house in a huge floppy hat and sunglasses, "pretending I'm Madonna," she said. She was afraid she'd be recognized, her real identity revealed and the lonelygirl15 Web-mystery project ruined.
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September 26, 2008 | Mark Sachs, Times Staff Writer
'ONE DAY," says actress Jessica Rose, "I was living my normal life. The next morning, I was doing 35 interviews and then going on 'Jay Leno' that night. It was crazy." That's how Rose, 21, recalls the 2006 phenomenon of being lonelygirl15, the purported solitary teen whose online revelations turned out to be a Web stunt. Rose, who describes her non-lonely dating status these days as "complicated," now can be seen on WB.com on the series "Sorority Forever."
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September 26, 2008 | Mark Sachs, Times Staff Writer
'ONE DAY," says actress Jessica Rose, "I was living my normal life. The next morning, I was doing 35 interviews and then going on 'Jay Leno' that night. It was crazy." That's how Rose, 21, recalls the 2006 phenomenon of being lonelygirl15, the purported solitary teen whose online revelations turned out to be a Web stunt. Rose, who describes her non-lonely dating status these days as "complicated," now can be seen on WB.com on the series "Sorority Forever."
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September 16, 2006 | Richard Rushfield, Times Staff Writer
For the last few months, Jessica Rose only dared leave her house in a huge floppy hat and sunglasses, "pretending I'm Madonna," she said. She was afraid she'd be recognized, her real identity revealed and the lonelygirl15 Web-mystery project ruined.
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September 13, 2006 | Richard Rushfield and Claire Hoffman, Times Staff Writers
It turns out the people behind the wildly popular website lonelygirl15 are not studio executives, Internet moguls or, as some suspected, Satanists. Instead, they are aspiring filmmakers who met at a mutual friend's birthday party in April: Miles Beckett, 28, a Web-obsessed medical school dropout; Mesh Flinders, 26, a screenwriter; and Greg Goodfried, a 27-year-old lawyer.
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February 11, 1994 | PETER BARZILAI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
After a one-year hiatus, Cypress returned to capture its third Empire League title in four years by beating visiting El Dorado, 51-43, Friday. El Dorado (17-7, 7-3), which tied Katella for the co-championship last season, was looking to gain another co-championship by beating the Centurions. However, Jessica Eggleston's 34 points prevented that. "She had a career game," Cypress Coach John Selbe said. "Jessica rose to the occasion tonight."
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January 4, 1996 | BETTY GOODWIN
The Movie: "Waiting to Exhale" The Setup: Four African American friends--Bernadine (Angela Bassett), Savannah (Whitney Houston), Robin (Lela Rochon) and Gloria (Loretta Devine)--lean on each other and share the highs and lows of their love lives. Based on the best-selling Terry McMillan novel. The Costume Designer: Judy Ruskin, whose credits include "Born on the Fourth of July," "Sleepless in Seattle," "A Walk in the Clouds" and "Forget Paris."
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April 2, 2008 | DAVID SARNO
With this column, Web Scout moves from Sunday to daily Calendar. Internet reporter David Sarno delves into the many corners of connected culture, with news and criticism of online entertainment and new media trends. For daily updates, go to the Web Scout blog at latimes.com/webscout. It was Jessica Rose who gave this funny little genre its first hit, way back in 2006.
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April 12, 2007 | Christopher Noxon, Special to The Times
HERE'S what I knew about dating when I was single: nothing. Worse than nothing, actually. Knowing nothing might have made me mysterious. Knowing nothing might have lent me a neutral, doughy appeal, just the sort of thing to attract a hot control freak who'd mold me into her willing servant. Knowing nothing might have gotten me some action. But no. I had grand notions of romance fuzzily inspired by "Say Anything," the Gen-X weepie in which poster nerd John Cusack wins over pouty beauty Ione Skye.
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July 17, 2004 | Susan Anasagasti, Times Staff Writer
Everyone knows the temptations that lurk at a county fair: cotton candy, corn dogs, funnel cakes and the latest artery-clogger, deep-fried Oreos. But take heart, dieters. This year's innovation isn't covered in sugar or dipped in chocolate -- it's wrapped in lettuce. That's right, the bun-less hamburger, an Atkins-inspired dish, has weaseled its way into a place where self-indulgence reigns, the Orange County Fair, which runs through Aug. 1 in Costa Mesa.
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November 19, 2001 | From Wire Reports
Jeff Gordon joined NASCAR's two greatest drivers when he got his fourth Winston Cup title with a sixth-place finish Sunday in the NAPA 500 won by Bobby Labonte. The 30-year-old Gordon, Richard Petty and Dale Earnhardt are the only drivers with more than three titles.
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March 14, 1994 | BOB MIESZERSKI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Owner Mike Rutherford and trainer Gary Jones probably won't come down with the ailment that afflicted Allen Paulson a year ago at this time. Struck by Derby fever after Eliza won the Santa Anita Oaks last year, Paulson chose to run her against males in the Santa Anita Derby. Although she ran well to be third behind Personal Hope and Union City, the Mt. Livermore filly was never the same.
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