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October 5, 2006 | Mark Sachs
AFTER playing Kiefer Sutherland's ill-fated wife on "24" and appearing with his father, Donald Sutherland, last season on "Commander in Chief," Leslie Hope has run out of Sutherlands. Now she's just on the run, joining Donnie Wahlberg as a family on the lam in "Runaway," at 9 p.m. Mondays on the CW. Life at home in L.A. with her husband, Adam Kane, and her son isn't nearly so hectic.
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NEWS
October 5, 2006 | Mark Sachs
AFTER playing Kiefer Sutherland's ill-fated wife on "24" and appearing with his father, Donald Sutherland, last season on "Commander in Chief," Leslie Hope has run out of Sutherlands. Now she's just on the run, joining Donnie Wahlberg as a family on the lam in "Runaway," at 9 p.m. Mondays on the CW. Life at home in L.A. with her husband, Adam Kane, and her son isn't nearly so hectic.
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ENTERTAINMENT
May 27, 2002 | Howard Rosenberg
Don't ask me about Fox's coming "Bachelorettes in Alaska." As your "24" guru, however, I serve at your pleasure. A friend called the morning after Tuesday's finale of our favorite Fox series, all upset that she somehow forgot to watch. Talk about irresponsible. When she pleaded for an update, I decided to have some fun and feed her something ludicrous. "It turns out that Kim is Sen. Palmer's illegitimate daughter," I lied.
ENTERTAINMENT
May 27, 2002 | Howard Rosenberg
Don't ask me about Fox's coming "Bachelorettes in Alaska." As your "24" guru, however, I serve at your pleasure. A friend called the morning after Tuesday's finale of our favorite Fox series, all upset that she somehow forgot to watch. Talk about irresponsible. When she pleaded for an update, I decided to have some fun and feed her something ludicrous. "It turns out that Kim is Sen. Palmer's illegitimate daughter," I lied.
MAGAZINE
December 18, 1988 | Mary Rourke, Mary Rourke is a Times staff writer
Glimmer, not glitz. That is what evening clothes are about this season. There's nothing aggressive going on here; the look is all mystery and romance. Fabrics that shimmer or seem iridescent--taffeta, satin and silk crepe, in particular--add to the effect. This taste for subtlety may reflect a change in our social behavior. Statistics show that we are becoming more conservative in some ways. At least we seem to appreciate marriage and family more than in recent years.
BUSINESS
June 7, 1994 | PATRICE APODACA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Leslie's Poolmart has had a credibility problem. Blame it on bad weather, company executives say. Never mind that the nation's largest specialty pool supplies retailer has had 31 consecutive years of increasing sales; that its profits have grown for each of the last four years, and that it stepped up its aggressive growth plan and doubled its number of stores since it sold stock to the public in April, 1991. Still, the Chatsworth company has been a disappointment to investors.
ENTERTAINMENT
October 20, 2006 | From the Associated Press
The CW drama "Runaway" never took off. The first-year series about a family in hiding, starring Donnie Wahlberg and Leslie Hope, has been canceled because of declining ratings. Its 9 p.m. Sunday slot will be filled by repeat episodes of "America's Next Top Model," according to the network. "Runaway" and the football comedy "The Game" were the first new programs for the fledgling CW, a hybrid of the WB and UPN.
ENTERTAINMENT
August 27, 1990 | KEVIN THOMAS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
With "Men at Work" (citywide) actor-writer-director Emilio Estevez has turned out a pleasant, knockabout comedy for himself and brother Charlie Sheen. While it may not be the funniest picture you'll see all year, it is fresh, inventive and has very few moments when it's not generating laughs. With this second feature--his first was the 1986 "Wisdom," an uneven but promising love-on-the-run thriller with political overtones--Estevez warrants continued encouragement.
NEWS
August 24, 1997
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ENTERTAINMENT
November 26, 1990 | RAY LOYND
"Working Trash," starring George Carlin and Ben Stiller as a pair of Wall Street janitors turned crafty inside traders, is a dubiously timed comedy about the stock market, airing at 8 tonight, Channels 11 and 6. The Fox Broadcasting Co.'s first original TV movie, launching "Fox Night at the Movies," is a feckless romance about love and money and the little guys outwitting the big guys.
BUSINESS
June 7, 1994 | PATRICE APODACA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Leslie's Poolmart has had a credibility problem. Blame it on bad weather, company executives say. Never mind that the nation's largest specialty pool supplies retailer has had 31 consecutive years of increasing sales; that its profits have grown for each of the last four years, and that it stepped up its aggressive growth plan and doubled its number of stores since it sold stock to the public in April, 1991. Still, the Chatsworth company has been a disappointment to investors.
MAGAZINE
December 18, 1988 | Mary Rourke, Mary Rourke is a Times staff writer
Glimmer, not glitz. That is what evening clothes are about this season. There's nothing aggressive going on here; the look is all mystery and romance. Fabrics that shimmer or seem iridescent--taffeta, satin and silk crepe, in particular--add to the effect. This taste for subtlety may reflect a change in our social behavior. Statistics show that we are becoming more conservative in some ways. At least we seem to appreciate marriage and family more than in recent years.
ENTERTAINMENT
July 4, 1986 | RAY LOYND
Subtitled "An Evening Away From the City," this premiere of two one-acts by Richard J. Clayman at Odyssey Theater II is disappointingly uneventful. The plays lack momentum and sufficient conflict. "Los Grandes Pescadores (The Great Fishermen)," directed by Gino Tanasescu, charts a weekend fishing trip among four adult friends, who sluggishly come to grips with themselves in a motel room.
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