Suspect in Hollywood stabbing had history of mental illness, arrests

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(California Department of Corrections / June 25, 2013) Also By Richard Winton, Andrew Blankstein and Marisa Gerber, Los Angeles Times June 25, 2013, 9:52 p.m. A homeless man accused of killing a woman visiting one of Hollywood’s most famous tourist destinations was well known to authorities. Over the last eight years, Dustin James Kinnear, 26, was arrested at least 46 times, including seven arrests for assault with a deadly weapon, according to court records and interviews. Along the Hollywood Walk of Fame, he had a reputation as an aggressive panhandler and troublemaker.
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Healthy Hollywood: Get Movin’ Monday – Train With Madonna!

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Amanda Bynes lunges at man who tries to take a photo: Who’s the hottest mess in Hollywood?

She had me skipping on an elevated treadmill for 30 minutes and we did a series of intense toning exercises. All I remember was the sweat was on and I was a little bit sore afterwards. Hey, no pain, no gain! Nicole is super sweet and has a wealth of fitness information. So, it’s no wonder Madonna trusts Nicole with sculpting her body. “I have to know the answers to everything.
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Madonna kicks off the MDNA North America Tour Opener in Philadelphia on August 28, 2012 -- Getty Images

The two directors, famous for bringing characters like Indiana Jones and Darth Vader to us, faced problems in in the past few years trying to get their movies into theaters. Steven Spielberg admitted that his Academy-Award winning ‘Lincoln’ almost did not make it to the big screen, but went to television. He said, “This close – ask HBO – this close.” Steven Spielberg predicted that if this implosion did happen then movies could possibly adopt a Broadway style of payment where “You’re gonna have to pay $25 for the next ‘Iron Man’, you’re probably only going to have to pay $7 to see ‘Lincoln’.” George Lucas also added that if this does happen, then bigger movies would play in theaters for longer while smaller movies could shift to television which he also called “more adventurous”. How genuine are Steven Spielberg and George Lucas’ comments though? They were instrumental in starting the trend of summer blockbusters back in the day with Star Wars, Jaws and Indiana Jones.
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Hollywood Will Go Through A Meltdown, Claim Spielberg And Lucas

Superman franchise’s latest action film ‘Man of Steel’, directed by Zack Snyder, produced by Warner Bros Pictures and Christopher Nolan, and starring Henry Cavill, Amy Adams, Kevin Costner and Russell Crowe, has taken an impressive start at the domestic box office.

She posts risque photos and controversial statements on her Twitter feed on a daily basis and she’s been said to show erratic behavior by many who’ve been around her. But is she Hollywood’s hottest mess? That’s debatable. There’s always Lindsay Lohan, who is sadly the poster child for going off the deep-end with her partying. Then again, who can forget a bald Britney Spears attacking a paparazzo’s car with an umbrella circa 2007? Heck, even Charlie Sheen has a shot at “winning” the hot mess award with his 2011 public meltdown…
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Hollywood Heart Helps Teens Take the Spotlight

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West Hollywood announces street closures for L.A. Pride Parade

In conjunction with the other workshops, the result, from time to time, would lead to zombies dancing and singing to “Glee” tunes. “I hope they gained confidence and a trust in their own abilities,” Russell said. On the workshop’s second day, attendees wrapped their sketches with Russell and cycled through additional sessions.
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to 5 p.m. Sunday. — San Vicente Boulevard between Santa Monica Boulevard and Melrose Avenue closed at 8 p.m.
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