No two celebrities have been as prolific in the real estate market in recent years as Adam Levine and Ellen DeGeneres. So, it’s fitting that the two have come together on a deal of their own. Levine and
The Special Olympics torch run made its way through Burbank and Glendale on Wednesday as officers from both cities’ police departments were on hand to escort the “Flame of Hope” ahead of this weekend’s
A Toluca Lake home with ties to Roy E. Disney, the late nephew of Walt Disney and former chairman of Disney animation, and generations of other Hollywood talents has come on the market at $4.995 million.
Producer-screenwriter Peter Casey, whose credits include such sitcom staples as “Cheers,” “Wings” and “Frasier,” has put his custom home in Toluca Lake up for sale at $7.998 million. The traditional-style
A few months after picking up a Cape Cod-style home in Toluca Lake, reality TV veteran Dan Cutforth is looking to sell his old spot in Studio City. The remodeled Traditional-style home is on the market
Turning heads and capturing fancies in Toluca Lake is a striking Streamline Moderne built in 1934 for Walter Lantz. The pioneering animator is credited with making the sound era’s first Technicolor cartoon—1930’s
Television writer-producer Brenda Hampton, whose credits include “7th Heaven” and “The Secret Life of the American Teenager,” has sold her longtime home in the Toluca Lake neighborhood for $4.445 million.
Actress Marisol Nichols, a mainstay on the CW drama “Riverdale,” has sold a Toluca Lake home she owned through a trust with filmmaker Taron Lexton for $1.76 million. She filed for divorce late last year