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  1. When Aaron Spelling Ruled Television: An Oral History of Entertainment’s Prolific, Populist Producer

    9:00 am 9/18/2015

    No one made more of the small screen than this dirt-poor son of Jewish immigrants whose sense of glitz, glam and story spanned 'Charlie's Angels,' 'The Love Boat' and 'Dynasty' (ABC was nicknamed "Aaron's Broadcasting Company") and is recalled here by family, stars and colleagues as a man who "rooted for the underdog."Read more

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  2. Emmys Style: The Nerve to Not Go (Near) Naked as Stars Cover Up

    8:00 am 9/18/2015

    A new subtlety is underway for the Emmys as the red-carpet revolt at recent film festivals showed stars not as sirens but as understated: "It's been skintight for too long," says one stylist. Read more

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  3. Emmys Style: How Record Number of African-American Nominees Will Glam It Up

    7:00 am 9/18/2015

    Hollywood's top pros reveal the beauty secrets of stars like Kerry Washington, Taraji P. Henson and Uzo Aduba.Read more

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  4. Emmys: 'Veep's' Tony Hale on How to Survive Small Talk at Afterparties

    6:00 am 9/18/2015

    "You can't spend too much energy on the awkwardness of conversation and the whole 'who wins and who loses' talk. The minute I find myself worried, just slap me."Read more

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  5. Hollywood Flashback: In 1975, Patty Hearst's Crime Spree Ended

    12:00 pm 9/17/2015

    The 19-year-old daughter of William Randolph Hearst was kidnapped by radicals in 1974, joined them and drove a getaway car in a bank heist that led to a woman's death. Nineteen months later she was captured. Now, she's a Republican mother of two worth $45 million.Read more

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  6. Frank Gehry Gets His Due With LACMA Retrospective

    11:00 am 9/17/2015

    The L.A.-based iconoclast is the subject of a comprehensive exhibit, including not only models and sketches of past works, but current projects: "We are adding a gallery of work that we literally took out of his studio," says the curator.Read more

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  7. 'The Clock' Creator's New Exhibit Set to Make Some Noise in Hollywood

    11:00 am 9/17/2015

    'Surround Sounds' — a comic book-inspired video installation on view at the Paula Cooper Gallery in NYC — is the latest from Christian Marclay, who created the hyped, hypnotic 24-hour video that captivated LACMA viewers including such industry fans as producer and New York Giants owner Steve Tisch.Read more

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  8. Brutally Honest Emmys Ballot: Producer Skewers 'House of Cards,' 'Homeland' ("I Wrote 'WTF?'")

    9:00 am 9/17/2015

    "Watching paint dry" is how one male Emmy winner describes 'Wolf Hall' as he makes a case for favorites 'Bloodline,' 'Black-ish' and 'Daredevil.'Read more

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  9. Rights Available! Authors of 'Limitless' and 'Life of Pi' Return With Anticipated Follow-Ups

    7:00 am 9/17/2015

    Alan Glynn's 'Paradime' and Yann Martel's 'The High Mountains of Portugal' are already drawing industry interest.Read more

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  10. Why Is a 'Mad Men' Producer Riding His Bike to the Emmys?

    6:30 am 9/17/2015

    Forget limos. Producer Tom Smuts — along with other industry insiders like actor Aaron Eckhart and producer Alex Cary ('Homeland') — will be traveling to the event via a 17-mile bike ride to demonstrate the pleasures and viability of two-wheel transport: "When people … ask, 'What are you wearing?' I can say I'm wearing something that I rode here in."Read more

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