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  • I was disappointed to see the recent Dr. Drew segment on CNN titled "Hollywood's Drug Addiction Problem."

    Deni Carise: Addiction: Not a Laughing Matter

  • Lady Gaga, aka Hollywood's most outrageously dressed celeb, turned heads in Los Angeles on Thursday night when she stepped out in a chic but sexy getup!

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • For a night known as Hollywood's most notorious open-bar gala, the Golden Globes ceremony remains shrouded in mystery.

    The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com

  • Often described as one of the greatest private collections ever assembled, these baubles, bangles and beads can quite rightly be referred to as "Hollywood's crown jewels", relics from the days when celebrities were celebrities, rather than fake-tanned 20-year-olds.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • Frances Bay, the veteran Canadian actress dubbed "Hollywood's Grandma" for her turn in films like Happy Gilmore and TV shows such as Seinfeld, has died at the age of 92.

    CBC | Top Stories News

  • When he moved to Los Angeles in 1975 to take over the kitchen at a French restaurant named Ma Maison, giving French traditional a modern California spin, it did not take long for Hollywood's elite to give the bistro a lot of buzz.

    Perry Garfinkel: Puck Goes Back to His (Ginger) Roots

  • After last year's jaw-dropping, headline-making roast of Hollywood's elite, the British comic and television star promised to take it to the next level when he was, despite all odds, asked back by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association.

    Ricky Gervais Monologue Golden Globes 2012: Star Fires Insults

  • Whether you're on the hunt for experimental eats from LA's top chefs or schmoozing at Hollywood's latest A-list spot, you'll find something tasty at these new LA restaurants.

    New LA Restaurants: The 10 Best New Restaurants

  • Hollywood's next great parlor game may very well be trying to armchair cast Sheen's replacement.

    CBS Already Plotting Its Charlie Sheen-Free Future

  • Listmaking is big business for the magazine industry: Time uses one issue each year to tell us who the world's most influential leaders and thinkers are; U.S. News & World Reports stirs panic in college administrators everywhere with its annual ranking of the nation's best colleges; and People and other celebrity mags give us yearly assessments of who Hollywood's hottest heartthrobs are.

    Forbes releases its annual ranking of world's billionaires

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