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Los Angeles Times

The Diceman Stayeth

Back by popular demand, the Hard Rock Hotel has extended Andrew Dice Clay’s residency at Vinyl through Sept. 1. The legendary performer made history earlier this year as the venue’s first-ever resident comic. “It’s a marriage made in a casino,” joked the native New Yorker, who has made Sin City his part-time home for the…

Access Hollywood

Gossip Roundup Of The Week: The Lamar Odom Saga

LOS ANGELES, CA – It started with reports of a vanishing act and ended with a DUI arrest. It’s been quite a stretch for Lamar Odom. Last week, the gossip began — reports surfaced that NBA star Lamar Odom had gone missing for three days and nobody knew where he was, not even his wife,…

New York Post

New photos show Whitney Houston’s last meal

New photos offer clues about what Whitney Houston was doing before she died, with one showing that she may have had beer and Champagne. TMZ obtained the two photos, one of which shows a room service table with two plates, a Heineken can and an empty Champagne glass. The other shows a room service tray…

Nurseworks Magazine

R.N. DOES TIME IN COUNTY JAIL

By Genevieve Wong Eugene Eckhardt has spent the last 15 years behind bars. But, it’s not what you think. Eckhardt is a nurse manager in the Medical Services Bureau at the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department. In short, this means he manages and provides health care to approximately 4,900 patient-inmates with direct authority. Eckhardt’s primary…

Los Angeles Downtown News

Noguchi Is Illuminated JANM Show Brings Together Famed Artist and Controversial Opera Director

By Genevieve Wong When the name Isamu Noguchi pops up, most people think of his delicate Akari paper lamps. The illuminating devices, of various shapes and sizes, are especially popular right now, as they put fine design into something people use every day in their homes. However, Noguchi went far beyond the lamp landscape. In…

Frontiers Magazine

STRANGER THAN FICTION?

Author Josh Kilmer-Purcell explains his newest book and heats up the truth-in-memoir debate By GENEVIEVE WONG THINK OF THE ADAGE “DON’T JUDGE A BOOK BY ITS COVER” as you examine Josh Kilmer-Purcell’s memoir “I Am Not Myself These Days.” While you won’t see it, the reviewer’s copy featured a love quote from cause celebre and noted…