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November 28, 2001 | From Times Staff Reports
Actress-model Rebecca Gayheart pleaded no contest Tuesday to misdemeanor vehicular manslaughter in the death of a 9-year-old boy in June. The former "Beverly Hills 90210" star wiped away tears as Superior Court Commissioner Gary Bindman sentenced her to three years' probation, suspended her driver's license, imposed a fine and ordered her to produce a safe-driving video. With the plea, Gayheart, 29, avoided a possible jail sentence. She struck Jorge Cruz Jr. on June 13 in Hollywood.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 28, 2001 | From Times Staff Reports
Actress-model Rebecca Gayheart pleaded no contest Tuesday to misdemeanor vehicular manslaughter in the death of a 9-year-old boy in June. The former "Beverly Hills 90210" star wiped away tears as Superior Court Commissioner Gary Bindman sentenced her to three years' probation, suspended her driver's license, imposed a fine and ordered her to produce a safe-driving video. With the plea, Gayheart, 29, avoided a possible jail sentence. She struck Jorge Cruz Jr. on June 13 in Hollywood.
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March 23, 2008 | Erin Weinger
Hours after young New York designer du jour Chris Benz landed in L.A., he was living the Hollywood high life, mixing it up at a party hosted for him by director Brett Ratner. Ratner, notorious for his love of night life, spent the evening holed up inside his manse entertaining "older guests," while Benz schmoozed like there was no tomorrow, celebrating the debut of his vividly hued collection, which is so well-suited to California, at Neiman Marcus Beverly Hills.
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June 19, 2011 | By Ellen Olivier
As emcee of the 10th annual Chrysalis Butterfly Ball on June 11, Tom Arnold reminded the event's guests of the importance of the organization that helps the homeless achieve self-sufficiency. Having had his own problems with drugs and alcohol, Arnold said, "I could very easily be on the other side of this fence instead of having the honor of hosting this. " The ball, held at the Mandeville Canyon estate of Hayward Kaiser and Susan Harris, raised more than $1 million for Chrysalis, thanks to an outpouring of support from an 800-strong, star-studded crowd that included Jon Favreau, LL Cool J, Vince Vaughn, Jennifer Garner, Amanda Anka and Jason Bateman, Rosetta and Balthazar Getty, Odette and Dave Annable, Brad Goreski, Molly Sims, Jamie-Lynn Sigler, Abigail Spencer, Soleil Moon Frye, comedian Whitney Cummings, Ashley Greene of "Twilight," Matt Lanter of "90210," Ryan Phillippe of "The Lincoln Lawyer," Chris Kattan of "Saturday Night Live" and Eric Dane of "Grey's Anatomy.
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February 19, 1999 | KEVIN THOMAS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
"Jawbreaker," Darren Stein's wickedly hilarious sendup of high school mores, takes its title from that hard candy about the size of a pingpong ball. Although not as serious or sophisticated, this zesty film rekindles fond memories of "Heathers" of some years back in its dark view of teenagers. Courtney (Rose McGowan), the icy undisputed queen of Reagan High, comes up with what she insists on calling a "clever prank" even after it goes lethally awry.
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July 5, 2002 | KEVIN THOMAS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
James Toback's "Harvard Man" is a fast and clever con-gone-wrong comedy that reflects the writer-director's characteristic blend of the intellectual and the criminal. But it lacks anyone to care about--even the repellent characters are less than fascinating--and the result is a crisply made movie that is no more than mildly amusing. Adrian Grenier's Alan is a Harvard philosophy major and a point guard on the basketball team.
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October 18, 2002 | Kenneth Turan, Times Staff Writer
Don't get David Kulovic wrong. It's not that he's unhappy in his work, but the kind of attractive, available women he'd like to meet aren't interested in, well, plumbers. But movie directors, that's a different story. Or so David thinks.
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October 7, 1999 | HOWARD ROSENBERG, TIMES TELEVISION CRITIC
ABC's premiering "Wasteland" is the cratered moonscape of the new season. A series as bad or as barren has yet to air. Talk about bipolarity in prime time. Kevin Williamson, whose Fox series "Dawson's Creek" is about teenagers who think and talk like adults, this time delivers a drama whose mid-20ish characters think and sound like teenagers. Dumb teenagers.
NEWS
September 14, 1995 | LAURIE K. SCHENDEN
Going to the basket against professional basketball players Rick Mahorn and Ed O'Bannon would be frightening for anybody. But it won't stop Queen Latifah, who will, for her second year, charge the lane for the fifth annual "MTV Rock 'n' Jock B-Ball Jam." "I'm no Cheryl Miller," Latifah admits, "but I played in high school."
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January 16, 2014 | By Gary Goldstein
The giddy, broad, candy-colored "G.B.F" takes a sharp and amusing look at what happens when three high school queen bees discover what's missing from their arsenals of cutting-edge cool: a gay best friend, hence "G.B.F. " So when the sweet, tentative and, as one of the quasi-mean girls notes, "not even that fabulous" Tanner (an endearing Michael J. Willett) is outed via a mishap with a guy-on-guy hookup app, the bees swarm. The girls (Sasha Pieterse, Andrea Bowen and Xosha Roquemore)
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June 8, 1999 | MICHAEL QUINTANILLA and KASTLE WASERMAN
Forget sequined bodies, Harry Winston jewels and all that other designer stuff celebs parade in at the Academy Awards. At Saturday's MTV Movie Awards (to be broadcast 9 p.m. Thursday on the cable channel) movie stars pretended to be rock stars picking up pseudo-Oscars (actually, a statue of a bucket of popcorn).
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