California Highway Patrol teams were called to rescue two teenage boys stuck on a high cliff in the Sierra Mountains.
If you've always wanted to live like Ellen DeGeneres, now may be your chance! The 55-year-old and her wife, Portia De Rossi have listed their Beverly Hills penthouse apartment for the bargain price of $899,000—and OKMagazine.com has all the details, courtesy of Zillow.com. Ellen purchased the 1,683 square feet light-filled, corner condo three years ago for $835,000 so she stands to not make too much of a killing profit wise, but given the sizable fortune she already has in the bank it's likely the talk show host will not be losing any sleep over the situation! According to Zillow, "the apartment is located in the prestigious Somerset building which is situated in downtown Beverly Hills, nestled between the 90210 ZIP code’s trendy shops and eateries, with a paparazzi-proof doorman keeping an eye on visitors around the clock. The building’s amenities include a 24-hour concierge, pool, spa, gym, sun deck and valet parking." OK! Photos: Drew Barrymore Selling Stunning Montecito Home Where She Wed Last Year—Take A Peek Inside! And, the penthouse has stunning views of “the mountains and trees. A dramatic entry leads to an open living and dining area with fireplace and eat-in kitchen. Both of the 2 bedrooms are en-suite with full closets." It's been a busy year for the couple real estate wise. OK! Photos: Jim Carrey Sells Stunning $13 Million Malibu Mansion—Take A Peek Inside! They recently purchased a sprawling mansion in Santa Barbara for a cool $26.5 million, an equestrian estate in Hidden Valley and another home in Beverly Hills. Their new Beverly Hills pad replaces the compound they sold last year for $49 million. Who says there's a housing slump?!! What do you think about Ellen and Portia's real estate portfolio? Sound off in comments below and tweet us @OKMagazine Photo credit: Zillow/Splash News
If there is one thing Google is good at, it’s finding new and exciting ways to use data. We can’t even begin to imagine what Google is working on behind closed doors at any given time, but every once in a while it releases a nifty new tool that gives the general public new ways to look at the mountains of data that pass through Google’s network every millisecond. Most recently, the company released a very cool new visualization tool tied to Google Trends that shows us popular searches happening at any given time. The tool can show global searches or regional data in any one of eleven different regions, and it is free to use on Google’s Trends site.
EXCLUSIVE: Bridget Carpenter has boarded Sundance Channel’s recently greenlighted drama series The Descendants as executive producer and showrunner. On the project, which received a straight-to-series six-episode order, Carpenter will work alongside writer/co-executive producer Aaron Guzikowski and executive producer Sarah Condon. The Descendants is Sundance’s second wholly owned original scripted series, joining Rectify. It is a hard-hitting drama that revolves around a sheriff struggling to keep his family together while simultaneously policing two clashing communities: the small town where he grew up and the neighboring Ramapo Mountains, home of the Ramapo Mountain Indians. After a terrible tragedy and cover-up occurs involving the sheriff’s wife, an unholy alliance is forged between the sheriff and a dangerous member of the tribe that will come back to haunt all involved. Carpenter has worked closely with Jason Katims, including on Friday Night Night for the praised drama’s entire five-season run, and on Parenthood for two seasons. She also is a playwright whose plays have been produced by theaters around the country. Carpenter, repped by CAA, Ira Schreck and David Berlin, currently is writing the book for Disney’s musical adaption of Freaky Friday.
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