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November 25, 2004 | Karla S. Blume
Ryan CABRERA is a singer-songwriter who was first introduced to the world as the boyfriend of Ashlee Simpson on the MTV reality show that chronicled the production of her first album. But since then, the 22-year-old Dallas native has seen his own debut, "Take It All Away," enter the charts in August at No. 8. When Cabrera isn't on tour or locked away in his friend's studio writing songs, he likes to hang out at all the places he first visited when he came to L.A. in search of a record deal.
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November 25, 2004 | Karla S. Blume
Ryan CABRERA is a singer-songwriter who was first introduced to the world as the boyfriend of Ashlee Simpson on the MTV reality show that chronicled the production of her first album. But since then, the 22-year-old Dallas native has seen his own debut, "Take It All Away," enter the charts in August at No. 8. When Cabrera isn't on tour or locked away in his friend's studio writing songs, he likes to hang out at all the places he first visited when he came to L.A. in search of a record deal.
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NEWS
August 26, 2004 | Robert Hilburn
The Simpson sisters continue to rule the pop charts. Jessica is represented on the nation's No. 1 album this week, the latest volume in the "Now That's What I Call Music!" hit compilation series, while Ashlee's debut CD follows at No. 2. Volume 16 of the "Now" series, which entered the charts at No. 1 on Aug. 4, returned to the top spot Wednesday after selling another 207,000 copies. That brings to 1.
NEWS
September 2, 2004 | Robert Hilburn, Times Staff Writer
Country singer Tim McGraw's "Live Like You Were Dying" easily captured the top spot on the nation's album sales chart by selling 766,000 copies in its first week in the stores, the year's third-highest opening week total, Nielsen SoundScan reported Wednesday. McGraw, husband of country star Faith Hill and son of the late baseball pitcher Tug McGraw, previously entered the charts at No. 1 when "A Place in the Sun" sold 252,000 copies in its first week in 1999.
NEWS
August 3, 2006 | Heidi Siegmund Cuda
Where Friday night's a Deux-sy Joaquin Phoenix was the first guy in the building on opening night, and it's been building ever since. That was four weeks ago, and now Fridays at Les Deux Cafe are so hot the steam's still rising Saturday mornings. To wit, Christina Aguilera took over the top floor with friends last Friday and was shaking her stuff in the Hollywood nightclub's balcony. Powering the new Dolce group venue is DJ Frankie Inglese.
ENTERTAINMENT
July 11, 2010 | By Jon Caramanica, Special to the Los Angeles Times
And at the end, all that's left is ash. This week, MTV's "The Hills" will come to a halt, four years and six seasons after it began, badly limping and in need of euthanasia. It's been a mighty fall for a show that, along with its predecessor, " Laguna Beach: The Real Orange County," helped cement the idea of reality TV as soap opera and also stretched the formal boundaries of the genre. This season, though, has been taxing. Every remaining character is minor — someone's friend, someone's girlfriend, and so on. Audrina, once the outcast among the Laguna transplants, is now central, and sidekicks such as Stephanie and Lo have become the meat of this show.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 17, 2009 | Scott T. Sterling
For all of the modern innovations and retro themes that fuel Hollywood night life, one thing remains contemporary and constant. There will always be "the" red-hot new club packed with trend-conscious twentysomethings eager to dance, drink and make out with equal voracity. Right now, Halo, Hollywood club stalwart Chris Breed's triumphant return to the Cahuenga Corridor, is that place.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 12, 2009 | Scott T. Sterling
"We're not a nightclub, but a lounge," insists Ian Shepp, one of the principal owners of Madame Royale, about the latest arrival on Hollywood's relentlessly competitive nightlife scene. "A nightclub is a place with moving lights, LED and all of that. There are lounges that try to be a club, and we're definitely not that." Tucked away on a strip of Yucca just off Cahuenga between a check-cashing business and a laundry, Madame Royale is what can be called genuinely old school.
REAL ESTATE
October 10, 2004 | Ruth Ryon, Times Staff Writer
Rudy Tomjanovich, who replaced Phil Jackson as head coach of the L.A. Lakers, and his wife, Sophie, have purchased a newly built Pacific Palisades home for about $4.3 million. The 5,000-square-foot home has three bedrooms, 4 1/2 bathrooms, a gym, a library and an office. There is a media room with martini bar, wine cellar, fireplace and window looking onto an infinity pool.
SPORTS
April 4, 2004 | Bill Shaikin and Ben Bolch, Times Staff Writers
The Dodgers shuffled the margins of their roster again Saturday, trading infielder Jolbert Cabrera and outfielder Jason Romano for three minor leaguers. Dodger General Manager Paul DePodesta has made five trades involving 10 players over the last six days, but none of the players coming or going resembles the impact hitter the team lacks.
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