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January 19, 2005 | From Associated Press
Red-carpet fashion maven Steven Cojocaru has undergone a successful kidney transplant at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. Cojocaru, who has polycystic kidney disease, said he was thankful for the transplant of a friend's organ Friday. The L.A. resident, a contributor to NBC's "Today" show and a correspondent for the syndicated "Entertainment Tonight" and "The Insider" television shows, said he plans to return to work after "a short recovery period" at home.
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August 18, 2005 | From Associated Press
Steven Cojocaru is looking for another kidney transplant after the first donated kidney had to be removed due to infection. Cojocaru, a correspondent for syndicated TV shows "Entertainment Tonight" and "The Insider," received a kidney from a friend in January. That kidney was removed in June after it became infected with a virus. The red carpet mainstay says the virus is now gone, leaving him in proper shape for a new transplant.
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ENTERTAINMENT
November 23, 2004 | From Associated Press
Red-carpet fashion maven Steven Cojocaru said Monday that a genetic condition will require him to undergo a kidney transplant operation. Cojocaru, a correspondent for the syndicated television shows "Entertainment Tonight" and "The Insider," said he suffers from polycystic kidney disease, which, according to the Merck Manual of Medical Information, causes cysts to grow in both kidneys, diminishing functioning tissue.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 28, 2005 | From Associated Press
Hollywood fashion commentator Steven Cojocaru underwent surgery Monday for removal of a transplanted kidney that had become infected, a spokesman said. Cojocaru, a correspondent for the syndicated Paramount Domestic Television shows "Entertainment Tonight" and "The Insider," was recovering at an undisclosed hospital after the surgery.
ENTERTAINMENT
January 10, 2004 | Booth Moore
The peacockish Steven Cojocaru is leaving the ink-stained wretches behind. The veteran scribe of People magazine's Style Watch column has decided to focus on his television career. Cojocaru, who regularly shares the latest celebrity-favorite lowriding jean or body butter with "Today" audiences, has a deal with Paramount to develop a talk show, according to his publicist, Marcy Engelman. The 41-year-old is as well known for his changing hairstyles as for his sense of humor.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 28, 2005 | From Associated Press
Hollywood fashion commentator Steven Cojocaru underwent surgery Monday for removal of a transplanted kidney that had become infected, a spokesman said. Cojocaru, a correspondent for the syndicated Paramount Domestic Television shows "Entertainment Tonight" and "The Insider," was recovering at an undisclosed hospital after the surgery.
OPINION
March 2, 2003 | Peggy Orenstein, Peggy Orenstein is the author of "Schoolgirls: Young Women, Self-Esteem, and the Confidence Gap" (Anchor Books).
A week ago, I stopped by my local bookstore to pick up the novel of the moment, "The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants." If you don't run in "tween" girl circles, you might not have felt the heat of this book, which is in its 15th printing and has been optioned by Warner Bros. Having written extensively on adolescent girls myself, I was itching to get hold of it. I knew that the plot centered on four girls who separate for the summer.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 14, 2003 | Mimi Avins, Times Staff Writer
It isn't Steven Cojocaru's fault if an actress nominated for a major award steps onto the red carpet wearing a dress she might have borrowed from a crack whore, or stages a homage to the big-hair '80s, a ghastly goof sure to be captured by paparazzi and beamed around the world. There's no point in blaming Cojocaru for calling a train wreck of a look a disaster. He's just the messenger, honey.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 24, 2001 | T.L. STANLEY, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Pick an Oscar story--any Oscar story--and chances are there will be a crush of feverish TV coverage. Whether it's "Julia Roberts as reigning queen of Hollywood" or "Hong Kong cinema as American infatuation," the spectacle that is Hollywood's Super Bowl will be dissected on the small screen from every imaginable angle. What's a 22-minute entertainment TV show to do to stand out from the rabid pack?
REAL ESTATE
August 26, 2007 | Ruth Ryon, Times Staff Writer
It's back to the military life for actress Catherine Bell, who costarred for nine seasons on "JAG." Now she is a star on "Army Wives," and much like a real military wife, she is pulling up stakes when duty calls. In anticipation of moving to South Carolina, where the Lifetime series is filmed, Bell and her husband, actor Adam Beeson, put their Calabasas home on the market for $3.25 million. The couple have owned the one-story, nearly 6,000-square-foot villa for about two years.
ENTERTAINMENT
January 19, 2005 | From Associated Press
Red-carpet fashion maven Steven Cojocaru has undergone a successful kidney transplant at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. Cojocaru, who has polycystic kidney disease, said he was thankful for the transplant of a friend's organ Friday. The L.A. resident, a contributor to NBC's "Today" show and a correspondent for the syndicated "Entertainment Tonight" and "The Insider" television shows, said he plans to return to work after "a short recovery period" at home.
ENTERTAINMENT
January 10, 2004 | Booth Moore
The peacockish Steven Cojocaru is leaving the ink-stained wretches behind. The veteran scribe of People magazine's Style Watch column has decided to focus on his television career. Cojocaru, who regularly shares the latest celebrity-favorite lowriding jean or body butter with "Today" audiences, has a deal with Paramount to develop a talk show, according to his publicist, Marcy Engelman. The 41-year-old is as well known for his changing hairstyles as for his sense of humor.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 14, 2003 | Mimi Avins, Times Staff Writer
It isn't Steven Cojocaru's fault if an actress nominated for a major award steps onto the red carpet wearing a dress she might have borrowed from a crack whore, or stages a homage to the big-hair '80s, a ghastly goof sure to be captured by paparazzi and beamed around the world. There's no point in blaming Cojocaru for calling a train wreck of a look a disaster. He's just the messenger, honey.
OPINION
March 2, 2003 | Peggy Orenstein, Peggy Orenstein is the author of "Schoolgirls: Young Women, Self-Esteem, and the Confidence Gap" (Anchor Books).
A week ago, I stopped by my local bookstore to pick up the novel of the moment, "The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants." If you don't run in "tween" girl circles, you might not have felt the heat of this book, which is in its 15th printing and has been optioned by Warner Bros. Having written extensively on adolescent girls myself, I was itching to get hold of it. I knew that the plot centered on four girls who separate for the summer.
NEWS
March 27, 2003 | Heidi Siegmund Cuda
Cheers for the troops in Iraq It was the best of times. It was the worst of times. It was life during wartime, and Hollywood revelers showed their true colors: red, white and blue. What should have been Oscar's biggest night -- after all, not everyone lives to see the 75th birthday -- was dampened by images broadcast early Sunday of American POWs looking scared and desperate.
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