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March 15, 2010 | Lauren Beale
Reality show producer Bruce Nash has bought a newly built San Fernando Valley home for $6,075,000, the highest sale on record for Sherman Oaks, according to Multiple Listing Service data going back to 1990. The gated estate includes a main house with a great room, high ceilings, an office, five bedrooms and nine bathrooms in 8,500 square feet; a guesthouse with two bedrooms and two bathrooms in 1,100 square feet; a pool house with a kitchenette and bathroom in 500 square feet, and a five-car garage.
December 30, 1992 | Dana Parsons
It was bad enough getting the unsolicited mailer a few months ago from a cemetery, telling me it's never too early to start thinking about my eternal resting place. Luckily, I already have an eternal resting place--on my sofa 10 feet from the television. Then, earlier this week, another unsolicited letter arrived--from the Mayo Clinic. It was a sales pitch for the clinic's monthly newsletter, which provides information on all kinds of maladies.
March 20, 1987 | CHALON SMITH
The scientific realm of high-tech robotics and aerospace engineering might seem ill-suited for the likes of Kaufman and Hart or any of the other greats of the American theater. But for a couple of months each year at Odetics Inc., an Anaheim firm specializing in advanced electronics, a drama script becomes as significant as a feasibility report for a small group of employees. That's when the Odetics Repertory Theatre begins rehearsals for its annual production.
August 8, 2004 | MARK EDWARD HARRIS
It was only a matter of time before we outgrew the map to the stars' homes. Just as the discerning cinephile has moved beyond the MGM classics, say, to B-grade horror flicks, so it goes with celebrity residences: At some point, Pickfair is just too obvious. With the book "Movie Star Homes: The Famous to the Forgotten" (Santa Monica Press), co-authors Judy Artunian and Mike Oldham have taken the "Ramon Novarro slept here" inquiry to the next level.
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