‘Brady Bunch’ House For Sale – But May Be Torn Down
The iconic home that served as the exterior of TV’s Brady Bunch is up for sale. But among those eyeing the property are developers who may consider tearing it down.
The house, located at 11222 Dilling Street in Studio City, CA., is listed for $1.85 million in the multiple listings service and just went on the market. The listing calls the property “the second-most photographed home in the United States,” after the White House.
The residence is two bedrooms with three… Read
Griffith Observatory Temporarily Evacuated In Bomb Scare – Access Now Restored
The Griffith Observatory, an iconic Los Angeles landmark and a location for many classic films and television shows, was evacuated Saturday afternoon after a suspicious package was reported on the grounds.
A park ranger requested Los Angeles Police Department assistance around 1 PM. The LAPD said an employee noticed the package outside on the east side of the building.
LAPD told visitors and hikers on nearby trails to evacuate. Upon further investigation, the package was… Read
How To Watch The 2018 World Cup – Monday, July 2 Mexico Vs. Brazil, Belgium Vs. Japan
Monday morning in Los Angeles will be something of an international holiday. That’s because the upstart Mexico soccer team is taking on traditional powerhouse Brazil in a match-up that will grab the city’s attention span for two hours starting at 7 AM Pacific. FoxS1 has the televised coverage.
If that’s not enough, Belgium faces off against Japan at 11 AM Pacific, with television coverage by Fox.
The final 16 teams have been scheduled into brackets for this knockout stage… Read
LeBron James To The Lakers Has Huge Potential On The Court – And For His Entertainment Enterprises
Basketball talent isn’t the only reason – and maybe not even the main reason – that LeBron James is coming to the Los Angeles Lakers.
Now a more permanent resident of the capital of American show business and one of the major media centers of the world, James has a chance to grow the businesses that will provide the foundation for the rest of his post-NBA life. While there has been no shortage of business opportunities for James while he was based in Cleveland and… Read
L.A. Immigrants March Joined By ‘One Day At A Time’ Stars, Laverne Cox, John Legend, ‘Jane The Virgin’ & ‘Vida’ Cast
EXCLUSIVE: Almost two weeks after enlisting television writers from over 60 series in a campaign to stop the separation of families at the southern border, One Day at A Time and Vida will be taking to the streets of Los Angeles tomorrow with Laverne Cox, Jane The Virgin cast members and John Legend in the downtown Families Belong Together – Freedom for Immigrants March.
ODAAT leads Justina Machado and Isabella Gomez will be onstage at the rally at LA City Hall on… Read
Los Angeles Clippers Forward Sam Dekker Embroiled In ‘White Culture’ Online Debate
A debate over white culture between Los Angeles Clipper forward Sam Dekker and Bronson Koenig, a former University of Wisconsin teammate, has caused an uproar on Twitter.
The problem started when Koenig, who is part white and Native American, tweeted out an article that questioned white people’s culture. Dekker rose to the bait, tweeting back, “Don’t put it in my face that being a white guy is something I’m supposed to be ashamed of. I’m proud of who I am and so should… Read
Tom Hanks Takes Over During Medical Emergency, Captivates ‘Henry IV’ Theater Crowd
All great actors can improvise. So when an emergency medical situation befell an audience member during Tom Hanks’s performance of Shakespeare’s Henry IV on Wednesday night at the Japanese Garden on the West Los Angeles Veterans Administration campus, it was time for a little magic.
The two-time Oscar winner leaped into action, staying in character during the medical emergency, which resulted in an ambulance taking the stricken patron away.
"No intermission brew for you!"… Read
Jimmy Kimmel and Ted Cruz Trade Barbs In Advance Of Charity Basketball Test
The NBA season is now over. But one of the more interesting games of the year is on the horizon, and the war of words surrounding it is heating up.
Talk show host Jimmy Kimmel and former presidential candidate and Texas Senator Ted Cruz will be playing a charity basketball game June 16. The one-on-one contest pits Cruz, a former varsity player in high school, against Kimmel, who played the clarinet.
The challenge originated when Kimmel mocked Cruz for his appearance at… Read
Saturn Awards To Honor Top Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Executives
Producer Jason Blum, Berlanti Productions executive producer Sarah Schechter, director Guillermo del Toro, director/producer Jake Kasdan, and director Don Mancini will receive special awards from the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films at the 44th annual Saturn Awards, it was announced today.
The event takes place in Burbank on June 27 and honors the best and brightest in science fiction, fantsy and horror motion pictures and television. This year's show… Read
‘Jurassic Park’ Ride To Close At Universal Studios Hollywood In September
Dinosaurs roamed the earth for millions of years. But the Jurassic Park ride at Universal Studios Hollywood won’t be so fortunate.
After a 22-year run, the ride will close Sept. 3, ending the reign of one of the park’s earliest thrill attractions. That’s the bad news for dinosaur fans. The good news is that an updated dinosaur-themed attraction, called the Jurassic World Ride, will be installed in its place.
Park officials are mum on just what to expect from this new… Read
Fox Dedicates The Steven Bochco Building To Famed TV Producer
The Fox building where the late producer Steven Bocho made television magic with such hit shows as Doogie Howser, M.D. and NYPD Blue has been dedicated to his name. It will henceforth be known as the Steven Bochco Building, with a plaque bearing his trademark signature greeting visitors at its entrance.
On hand to celebrate the dedication were a collection of stars that made those shows sizzle, including Dennis Franz and Kim Delaney of NYPD Blue; Jimmy Smits, Corbin… Read
Michelle Obama Won’t Run For President, But Still Working Hard On Issues
There won’t be an Obama Act II in the White House. At least, not in the immediate future, as Michelle Obama related today at the 2018 United State of Women Summit at the Shrine Auditorum in Los Angeles.
The two-day gathering featured panels, breakouts, exhibits and discussions focused on empowering women and helping to change the conditions that limit full social, economic and workplace opportunity for them.
Obama’s well-received appearance capped the first conference day… Read