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August 16, 2002 | Steve Harvey
In the new book "The Perfect Store: Inside EBay," author Adam Cohen recounts how "a lucky Elvis fan beat out 46 other bidders to pay $811 for the pest control agreement from Elvis' home" on Hillcrest Drive. Wow. Between the termites and Elvis, there must have been a lot of eating going on in that house. Beverly Beach? Bill Fawcett of Tujunga was perusing the Weather Channel's online page when he noticed an apparent tsunami warning for the Westside (see accompanying).
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July 23, 2002 | Robert W. Welkos
Weekend Box Office * DreamWorks' gangster film "Road to Perdition" climbed to No. 1 in its second week, grossing $15.4 million to edge out Sony's high-profile family sequel "Stuart Little 2," which debuted with $15.1 million. "Road to Perdition" managed the feat despite being on nearly 1,100 fewer screens than "Stuart Little 2." *--* Movie (Studio) 3-day Screens/ Avg Wks. in Release gross/ Total (million s) 1."Road to Perdition" $15.4 2,159 2 (DreamWorks) $47.3 $7,139 2."Stuart Little 2" $15.
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