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The Parking Nazi

May 30, 2005
Part of: Rant

[Breakfast: Matcha green tea and rice milk latte] DK and I like people even less than usual lately. The other day DK was parked on 9th Street in Santa Monica by Coffee Bean and Tea Lea and someone left a...[More]

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Hollywood 101: Not so Talented

May 26, 2005
Part of: Hollywood

[Breakfast: a green tea soy latte and almonds] Dealing with talent is a thankless job. A non-famous woman’s excuse for why she didn’t make her PR junket with over 60 radio stations: The cab I was in went to the...[More]

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Breakfast, Sex, and the Weekend

May 23, 2005
Part of: Food , LA

[Breakfast: green tea and almonds] My Favorite Weekend: Tiffany Stone Yes, it’s annoying to cure hangovers with Mimosos and Bloody Mary’s. Yes, it’s annoying to just say no to a party or premiere because your boyfriend wants some ‘home’ time....[More]

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Got Hollywood?

May 19, 2005
Part of: Hollywood

[Breakfast: smoked turkey, swiss cheese, etc. on a toasted croissant] Countless people e-mail me asking how to get a job in Hollywood. This is for you. I received this e-mail a while back from Variety.com with an opportuntity to get...[More]

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More Breakfast with Tiffany

May 18, 2005
Part of: Food , LA

Best Plain Croissant: The French Market Cafe, Venice Best Almond Croissant: Le Marmiton, Santa Monica Best Scramble: Toast, L.A. Best Eggs Benedict: Asia de Cuba, West Hollywood Best Egg and Bagel Breakfast: Bagel Nosh, Santa Monica Best Mimosa: Hugo's, West...[More]

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Britspeak

May 16, 2005
Part of: Travel

[Breakfast: Think Thin! peanut butter bar] DK reverted back to Britspeak when we were in London which was a tad confusing. I could have used an English tutorial on the plane in preparation. Next time I’ll fly British Airways. British...[More]

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The National Enquirer is Tripping

May 11, 2005
Part of: Cameron Diaz , Gossip , Hollywood

I can be quite the intuitive at times. Last night I was catching up on e-mails and decided to see how Shane Nickerson was doing. He's been promising to do a guest blog for me for a long time, but...[More]

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Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Stiff

May 11, 2005
Part of: Hollywood

[Breakfast: a handful of chocolate raisins, a mini Babybel, and a latte] I went to the Hollywood Foreign Press screening* for Star Wars Episode III last night. No, I’m not an obsessive Star Wars fan—those people are freaks (except for...[More]

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Going Cuckoo for Alba

May 09, 2005
Part of: Gossip , Jessica Alba

A friend writes: HA! Ha! That article is funny. Yeah - when I worked at ____ and [Jessica] Alba was represented by them - she hated to associate herself as "Mexican" "Hispanic" or "Latina". I had no respect for her...[More]

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Transformer: Alba in Disguise

May 09, 2005
Part of: Gossip , Hollywood , Jessica Alba

[Breakfast: croissant and cafe au lait from Le Pain Quotidien] Some actresses (like Halle Berry in "Swordfish") get naked when they need to radically change their image. Other actresses, like Jessica Alba, morph into blue-eyed blonde-haired white girls. This didn’t...[More]

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More Judith Regan

May 06, 2005
Part of: LA , Literati , NYC

[Breakfast: turkey bacon wrap and a latte from Blue Plate] A reader writes: My close friend worked as Judith Regan's PA for a year or two and ended up practially having a nervous breakdown on a daily basis. That woman...[More]

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New Yorkers: How to end your life out here

May 04, 2005
Part of: LA , Literati , NYC

[Breakfast: 'the favorite' scramblette from Toast] In Sunday’s L.A. Times Calendar section, another writer, Shawn Hubler, tried to do a L.A./ N.Y. compare and contrast using Judith Regan’s bicoastal move as a guise. I thought the piece might be an...[More]

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