Take two! The "Spider-Man: Homecoming" star Laura Harrier is giving it another go with her home in Los Angeles , putting it back on the market for $3,349,000. The silver-screen and TV beauty had listed the four-bedroom, three-bath pad last fall for $3.5 million. The pretty property, with 3,233 square feet of interior space and an airy, Spanish style, is located in the Whitley Heights Historic District. It was recently rehabbed by architectural restorer Mark Haddawy . Here's a look at the details. The century-old home was remodeled under the auspices of the Mills Act, legislation that protects historic buildings and incentivizes their restoration. Charming details remain, including wrought-iron railings and a tile fireplace, though modern conveniences also win the day. Sub-Zero and Lacanche appliances grace the new kitchen, while gorgeous marble has transformed the primary bathroom. The lower level has its own entrance, making the space ideal for a guest suite or home … [Read more...] about Laura Harrier From ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’ Relists L.A. Home for $3.3M
January 28, 2023 - 19:47 GMT Drew Barrymore and her guest on The Drew Barrymore Show, NCIS: Los Angeles' Nia Long, opened up about rejection and diversity in Hollywood A recent episode of The Drew Barrymore Show proved to be an eye opening one as host Drew dove into some tougher conversation topics. The actress was joined by fellow Hollywood star Nia Long on Thursday's episode, where she promptly asked her about an experience they potentially could've had together. VIDEO: Drew Barrymore's "big fat surprise" for her home Loading the player... Drew questioned Nia on what had happened during the 1999 casting process for Charlie's Angels , from which the latter had been turned down. "We were so excited to meet you," Drew gushed, given she and friend Nancy Juvonen were also producers through their Flower Films production company. MORE: Drew Barrymore's hit talk show renewed for a fourth season TRENDING … [Read more...] about NCIS: LA star leaves Drew Barrymore ‘mortified’ by difficult conversation dealing with rejection
This is a carousel. Use Next and Previous buttons to navigate 14 JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Mass shootings have commanded public attention on a disturbingly frequent basis across the U.S. But rather than provoking a unified response from elected officials, each additional shooting seems to be widening the political divide on gun policy among states. “It’s wash, rinse and repeat with these mass shootings,” said Michael Anderson, a bartender who survived a mass shooting at a Colorado nightclub. “They happen, and then they happen, and then they happen — and then nothing gets done.” At least nothing that has put a halt to the violence. In Democratic-led states with already restrictive gun laws, officials have responded to home-state tragedies with even more limits on guns — doubling down on a belief that future shootings can be thwarted by controlling access to lethal weapons. In … [Read more...] about Mass shootings lead to widening divide on state gun policies
This is a carousel. Use Next and Previous buttons to navigate 30 MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) — The nation and the city of Memphis struggled to come to grips Saturday with video showing police pummeling Tyre Nichols — footage that left many unanswered questions about the traffic stop involving the Black motorist and about other law enforcement officers who stood by as he lay motionless on the pavement. The five disgraced Memphis Police Department officers, who are also Black, have been fired and charged with second-degree murder and other crimes in Nichols’ death three days after the arrest. The video released Friday renewed questions about how fatal encounters with law enforcement continue even after repeated calls for change. A Memphis police spokeswoman declined to comment on the role played … [Read more...] about Memphis police video leaves many unanswered questions
For thousands of years, the bond between people and their dogs remained unshakably strong. But with machines evolving faster than either species can keep up with, it’s not hard to imagine that man and his best friend could one day face an existential crisis forewarned by science fiction. Will robots replace humans in the workforce and then go on to supplant dogs as our preferred four-legged companions? Humanity’s longtime fear of being replaced by tech reached a fever pitch recently as AI such as ChatGPT and Lensa went viral for generating surprisingly competent essays, stories, artwork, coding and even medical diagnoses through machine learning. But with increasing interest in Boston Dynamics’ robot dog Spot — which may one day also incorporate AI — we might not be the only ones who need to worry about that dystopian future. Advertisement The Times brought Spot to the Wallis Annenberg PetSpace , a pet adoption and education center in Playa Vista that … [Read more...] about Spot vs. shelter dogs: Who will win the title of Goodest Boy?
Rita Ora left little to the imagination in sexy white lace lingerie in behind the scenes snaps of her latest music video, You Only Love Me on Friday. The hitmaker, 32, showcased her incredible figure in the racy two piece and added a chic coordinated feather trim dressing gown over the top. She added inches to her frame in a pair of eye catching platform white heels and accessorised with a simple dazzling bracelet. Hot! Rita Ora left little to the imagination in a sexy white lace lingerie set in behind the scenes snaps of her latest music video on Friday Follow If you make a purchase using links on this page, MailOnline will earn an affiliate commission Walk tall like Rita in platform heels by Serpenti Apparel £141.35 Serpenti Apparel 'Graziosa' heels Shop it here Buy now Rita Ora is officially off the market and the singer recreated a wedding-inspired look for her latest music video! The star posed up … [Read more...] about EXCLUSIVE: Rita Ora puts on a leggy display in sexy white lace lingerie in behind the scenes snaps from her new music video
In this week’s news, Qantas is finally planning to start flying to San Francisco again after a long COVID-19 hiatus; Delta plans to add New Zealand to its route map in the fall and increase trans-Atlantic schedules this spring; a low-cost European airline plans to add service from the U.S. to Italy; there’s more international route news from Ethiopian Airlines, Delta, American and Hawaiian; Southwest Airlines’ holiday meltdown had a big negative impact on its fourth quarter financial results, and the Transportation Department is widening its investigation of the carrier; Alaska Airlines plans to install fast satellite Wi-Fi on its regional jet fleet; San Jose’s airport officially changes its name, although not by much; SFO will close a runway for two months this spring; Seattle-Tacoma’s Centurion Lounge shuts down; and travelers to New York have a new low-cost option for trips from JFK Airport into Manhattan. Since rival United is now operating three Australia routes from San … [Read more...] about Routes: Qantas sets a return to SFO; San Jose Airport changes its name
close Video Lauree Simmons on shelter overflowing with dogs left at the border Big Dog Ranch Rescue CEO and founder Lauree Simmons joins 'Tucker Carlson Tonight' to detail the number of people that have reached out to help her shelter since her last interview on the show. JCPenney is partnering with local shelters around the country to help adoptable senior dogs find their forever homes. The large retailer is taking its well-known JCPenney-style portraits of the dogs — so that interested adopters can step forward to help animals in need. Kofi is a spaniel mix at the Dallas Pets Alive organization in Dallas, Texas — and he desperately needs a home. AFTER 14 FAILED ADOPTIONS, NORTH CAROLINA PUP WITH ‘UNLUCKY’ HISTORY GOES VIRAL, FINALLY FINDS A HOME Kofi is looking for a forever home where he could spend the last chapter of his life. He is well-behaved and considered docile — fully content with just sitting quieting next … [Read more...] about JCPenney partners with shelters to help senior dogs like Kofi of Texas find a home
The names have been out there and will continue to be out there when it comes to Miami Heat trade speculation. But this is not about Jae Crowder, D’Angelo Russell, Bojan Bojdanovic, Jarred Vanderbilt, O.G. Anunoby, P.J. Washington, Norman Powell, Dorian Finney Smith, Malik Beasley, Kelly Olynyk or some other unknown target. It’s about the other side of the Feb. 9 NBA trading deadline, that to get you have to give. So while Part B of the trade equation tends to be the less sexy part, it also is worth considering the assets that would or could have to go out, and how and why they come into play. All while accepting the reality that Bam Adebayo, Jimmy Butler and Tyler Herro aren’t going anywhere at the moment. Kyle Lowry: There was a point when Lowry stood as the target of such exercises. Then came the injuries during last season’s playoffs and struggles this season. Now, it’s as if Lowry largely is being measured as salary-cap ballast, earning $28.3 million this season … [Read more...] about Ira Winderman: Can Heat seduce with blemished trade assets?
What the Miami Heat have accomplished in the fourth quarter of their past two games has been particularly notable, with a season-high 37 fourth-quarter points in Friday night’s victory over the Orlando Magic and three nights earlier outscoring the Boston Celtics 23-13 in the fourth quarter of that win. What has been missing has been particularly noticeable, as well, with point guard Kyle Lowry appearing in neither of those final periods in the two home wins. Coach Erik Spoelstra said the decisions had nothing to do with the recent knee soreness that had limited the 36-year-old veteran. “The last game,” Spoelstra said of the victory over the Celtics, “the second unit really took over, and they deserved to play that out. I wouldn’t look into it more than that. Just what was it, three games ago? Sometimes there’s recency bias, right? He had all the big plays against New Orleans down the stretch.” Indeed, in last Sunday’s victory that opened what turned into the 3-0 homestand, … [Read more...] about Erik Spoelstra addresses Heat going without Kyle Lowty in fourth quarter of past two games