NICK STAHL: Nick Stahl's wife told TMZ Thursday she has stopped looking for the Hollywood actor, who has been missing for more than a week after leaving rehab.
Rose Stahl reported the "Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines" and "In the Bedroom" star missing twice in the past two months.
The 32-year-old actor checked into rehab to be treated for drug addiction after going missing the first time but walked out of the facility last week against doctors' orders and hasn't contacted his family since.
Rose Stahl told TMZ she is no longer actively trying to find her husband and bring him home.
"I'm backing off," she said. "He knows exactly where home is. It's the loving thing to do for him, myself and our daughter."
LeROY NEIMAN: Artist LeRoy Neiman, known for documenting sports events and public life through his sketches and paintings, has died in New York, his family said. He was 91.
The New York Times reported his death Thursday but did not say what the exact cause of it was.
Neiman was known for chronicling boxing matches, Super Bowl games, horse races and Olympic competitions. His subjects ranged from chess icons Bobby Fischer and Boris Spassky to filmmaker Federico Fellini to members of the Kirov Ballet. His work frequently appeared in Playboy magazine, as well as on the walls of museums.
The Times said although Neiman's wildly popular work was largely ignored or dismissed by serious critics, he didn't seem to mind.
"Maybe the critics are right," Neiman told American Artist magazine in 1995. "But what am I supposed to do about it -- stop painting, change my work completely? I go back into the studio, and there I am at the easel again. I enjoy what I'm doing and feel good working. Other thoughts are just crowded out."
Among his books were "LeRoy Neiman: Art and Life Style," "Horses," "Winners: My Thirty Years in Sports," "Big-Time Golf," "LeRoy Neiman on Safari" and "Leroy Neiman: Five Decades." His memoir, "All Told: My Art and Life Among Athletes, Playboys, Bunnies and Provocateurs," was published this month.
ANGELINA JOLIE: U.S. actress Angelina Jolie donated $100,000 to the U.N. Refugee Agency for its ongoing work with Syrian refugees, UsMagazine.com reported.
The office of the U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees "believes even one person forced to flee is too many. And it's true. Every individual refugee matters," the Oscar-winning humanitarian said in a statement this week in honor of World Refugee Day.
"Each has their own story. Each has suffered and survived more than I could ever bear. And yet, they rise up to live another day," she said. "We risk forgetting the individual when we speak in numbers, but the numbers tell an important story. In the past year, 4.3 million people have become displaced. ...
"Unfortunately, the world is producing displaced people faster than it is producing solutions to displacement. And the solutions are not exclusively humanitarian -- they are also political. ... The international community should rededicate itself to preventing conflict, addressing it when it erupts, and solving it more quickly, for that is the only way to create durable solutions for the refugees whose strength inspires us on this World Refugee Day."
LILY ALLEN: British pop singer Lily Allen announced via Twitter she is working on a new album.
This will be her first new music since her second album, "It's Not Me, It's You," which was produced by Greg Kurstin, was released in 2009, the BBC said.
The 27-year-old recording artist suffered a miscarriage in 2010 and celebrated the birth of her daughter in 2011.
"You will be pleased to know that I am currently in the studio with @GregKurstin," Allen wrote via Twitter this week. "No big deal really, I'm just throwing stuff at the wall and seeing if anything sticks."
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