January 10, 2012 |
Actress and author Victoria Rowell has put her Hollywood Hills home up for sale at $2.599 million. The Beachwood Canyon-area house of nearly 4,400 square feet sits on more than a quarter-acre lot with a swimming pool. Built in 1923, the four-bedroom, 31/2-bathroom Mediterranean features terraces, city, canyon and mountain views and Italian-style gardens with mature trees and privacy hedges. The house includes a library, a media room, a family room, an updated kitchen and a breakfast room.
December 18, 1987 |
In "Leonard Part 6" (citywide), Bill Cosby seems to be trying to resurrect the tongue-in-cheek high adventure of his "I Spy" days while remaining the father figure of his current "Cosby Show," one of the highest-rated series in television history. Unfortunately, his attempt is mired in a grim mishmash of overly elaborate production values and inane humor.
October 29, 1993 |
"Diagnosis Murder" is for Dick Van Dyke fans who will accept him in anything, no matter how inept. Premiering at 8 tonight on CBS (Channels 2 and 8), the "lighthearted mystery" series stars Van Dyke as physician Mark Sloan, a teacher and chief of internal medicine at a large hospital, positions that naturally allow him to spend chunks of his day investigating homicides.
January 8, 1997 |
Somehow, Victoria Rowell finds time to exercise even though she goes at a double-quick pace. The actress has two children--Maya, 7, and Jasper, 1--and two shows on CBS: "The Young and the Restless" and "Diagnosis Murder." "Anyone who works hard--a mom, a CEO, an actress or a writer--has to exercise," Rowell explained, "to alleviate stress and build and maintain stamina." Rowell's formula is a combination of three workout routines a week, 45 minutes to one hour a pop.
February 22, 1996 |
"Crimson Tide," "Cry, the Beloved Country," "Devil in a Blue Dress," "Othello" and "Waiting to Exhale" will compete for outstanding motion picture when the 27th NAACP Image Awards take place April 6 at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium. The Image Awards, which were not held last year because of internal political problems at the NAACP, will be televised on an April date to be determined on Fox, in the award show's first two-hour prime-time telecast.
December 23, 2003 |
The seasonal celebration of family and the spirit of giving are folded into the heartfelt, fifth annual "A Home for the Holidays" special tonight on CBS. It's celebrity-studded musical show crafted around a public service message about the gift that hundreds of thousands of children in foster care dream about: adoption. Singers Sheryl Crow, No Doubt, Pat Monahan of Train, Enrique Iglesias, Mary J. Blige, Mya, Vince Gill and Amy Grant perform during the emotion-filled show.