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March 4, 1997 | PAMELA MITCHELL, THE HARTFORD COURANT
Since Aaron Spelling's latest soap opera "Sunset Beach" started in January, the show's two youngest stars--Randy Spelling and Adrienne Frantz--have been causing all kinds of trouble in the world of daytime drama. Producer Aaron Spelling's son, Randy, plays Sean Richards, a screwed-up rich kid recently expelled from boarding school for sneaking out with the headmaster's daughter. "Sean got kicked out of school so now he's just really involved with his family and his family is screwed up.
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March 4, 1997 | PAMELA MITCHELL, THE HARTFORD COURANT
Since Aaron Spelling's latest soap opera "Sunset Beach" started in January, the show's two youngest stars--Randy Spelling and Adrienne Frantz--have been causing all kinds of trouble in the world of daytime drama. Producer Aaron Spelling's son, Randy, plays Sean Richards, a screwed-up rich kid recently expelled from boarding school for sneaking out with the headmaster's daughter. "Sean got kicked out of school so now he's just really involved with his family and his family is screwed up.
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November 29, 1996
Christmas trees decorated by such celebrities as Mel Gibson, Julia Roberts, Tony Danza, Whoopi Goldberg, Shirley MacLaine, Jenny McCarthy, Jane Seymour, David Hasselhoff, and Tori and Randy Spelling will be on display and up for silent auction at the Beverly Hilton Hotel from Dec. 16-20. In an annual event, the trees will be auctioned off to benefit SHARE Inc.
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March 15, 1999 | James Meier, (714) 966-5988
The second annual John Henry Foundation Celebrity Bowling Classic will be held from noon to 5 p.m. March 27 at Yorba Linda Bowl. About 35 stars from motion pictures, television and sports will bowl with other patrons and guests to raise money for two Orange County charities: the John Henry Foundation--which provides services to the mentally ill--and the Pros & Cons Project, which helps ex-offenders turn their lives around by providing drug rehabilitation, jobs and other services.
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July 23, 1999 | KATHLEEN CRAUGHWELL
Usually at a movie premiere, members of the audience will respond politely, if not enthusiastically, to the film out of deference to those involved in the making of the film who happen to be sitting all around them. But such was not the case at Tuesday evening's premiere of DreamWorks' "The Haunting" at the Mann Village Westwood.
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March 27, 2007 | PAUL BROWNFIELD
STRANGELY for a show on HBO about being young and male and rich in Hollywood, there are no sex scenes on "Entourage." It's a sex farce without the sex; you presume that the young movie star Vince (Adrian Grenier) has a stable of rotating women, but these conquests are like Vince's acting talent -- implied, not shown, as if to see Vince actually engaged in the sex act would turn off viewers.
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February 17, 2000 | HEIDI SIEGMUND CUDA, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Hollywood's new Sunset Room would seem to have it all: moneyed owners (of the Roxbury, Georgia), moneyed chef (Drai's), moneyed clientele (fill in almost any major celebrity name here) and moneyed decor--a multimillion-dollar renovation of an old film supply warehouse, resulting in a "Casa-blanca"-style nightclub and restaurant. But . . . I ain't feeling it. Despite all its winning components--and there are plenty--this isn't the '90s.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 20, 2006 | Kimi Yoshino, Times Staff Writer
It's no Sundance; it isn't even Toronto. But the Newport Beach Film Festival does have bragging rights to last year's U.S. premiere of "Crash," the movie that later was named best picture at the Academy Awards.
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June 25, 2006 | Rene Lynch, Times Staff Writer
Actress Tori Spelling said Saturday that she was thankful she had the chance to reconcile with her father, TV mogul Aaron Spelling, before he died. Spelling, 83, died Friday at his Holmby Hills mansion of complications from a stroke he suffered earlier in the week. His shows -- "Dynasty," "Charlie's Angels," "Melrose Place" and "Beverly Hills, 90210" among them -- were often derided by critics but were wildly popular with TV watchers.
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September 15, 1996 | MARY LOU LOPER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Over hors d'oeuvres and cocktails at the Pasadena home of Georgianna and Paul Erskine, the trustees of Pacific Asia Museum announced what is a Southland annual--the Festival of the Autumn Moon on Oct. 5 at the Biltmore. The affair feted patrons, and the chat was all about what to wear to the gala--Japanese kimonos, Chinese imperial headdresses and antique silk vestments. Designer Peter Lai alleviated some of the doubt with his show of Asian ensembles.
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January 8, 2007 | Robin Abcarian, Times Staff Writer
THE Sons of Hollywood were holding court at Koi, a sushi restaurant on La Cienega whose bouncers won't even let you in the door without a confirmed reservation. No matter. The Sons of Hollywood can get in to any restaurant, any club, any party they feel like because they are, after all, minor royalty in this money- and fame-besotted town.
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