Entertainment "from Newport Beach to Gray's Anatomy": Chris Carmack celebrates his reunion with Peter Gallagher, "18 years later" (photo)
New Grey's Anatomy Book Gives an Inside Look at Patrick Dempsey's Shocking Season 11 Exit
An executive producer says in How to Save a Life: The Inside Story of Grey’s Anatomy that Patrick Dempsey "knew he could stop production and scare people" on the set of the beloved medical dramaIn How to Save a Life: The Inside Story of Grey's Anatomy, author Lynette Rice spoke with cast and crew members of the beloved ABC medical drama to get the story of what went on behind the cameras — which Rice told The Hollywood Reporter was "just as dramatic" as what viewers saw on screen.
California oil spill: Surfing, swimming OK but fishing out .
NEWPORT BEACH, Calif. (AP) — Four weeks after an oil spill washed blobs of crude onto Southern California's coast, surfers have returned to the waves and people play in the surf. But fishermen still can't drop lines in the same waters. California has prohibited fishing in an area that ranges about 6 to 12 miles (9.7 to 19.3 kilometers) off the shores of Orange County since an undersea pipeline leaked at least about 25,000 gallons (94,635 liters) of crude oil into the Pacific Ocean. State environmental health experts are conducting studies to determine whether shellfish and fish are safe for human consumption — a process expected to take weeks or longer.