Roxanne Pulitzer
Roxanne Pulitzer
Roxanne Pulitzer is a novelist and actress. She attracted media attention in the 1980s during her divorce trial.
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Roxanne Pulitzer's personal information overview.
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Dancing with the Stars Cast: Chynna Phillips - TVGrapevine.com
Google News - over 5 years
She followed up with roles in Caddyshack II, Say Anything..., and played Roxanne Pulitzer in the TV biopic Roxanne: The Prize Pulitzer. As you probably know, Chynna, along with childhood friends Carnie and Wendy Wilson, formed the trio Wilson Phillips
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New 'Dancing With The Stars' Cast Announced - KMGH Denver
Google News - over 5 years
She followed up with roles in 1988's "Caddyshack II," 1989's "Say Anything," and played the character Roxanne Pulitzer in the 1989 TV biopic, "Roxanne: The Prize Pulitzer." Next Phillips, along with childhood friends Carnie & Wendy Wilson,
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Telluride's Big Real Estate Listings - Hollywood Reporter
Google News - over 5 years
In August, famous divorcee Roxanne Pulitzer listed her seven-bedroom Mountain Village property for $19.9 million. Purchased in 2001 for $4.9 million, it includes a 45-foot, full-scale replica of a labyrinth in Chartres, France
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Mac Pulitzer needs investor for hotel, library in Fairhope - Press-Register - al.com (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
His mother, Roxanne Pulitzer, is a best-selling author whose works include "The Prize Pulitzer." Pulitzer said that his family is supportive of the project and has invested in it to a small degree, but he wants to do this project on his own
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Roxanne Pulitzer And Tim Boberg's $19.9 Million Home For Sale In Telluride - Huffington Post
Google News - over 5 years
Roxanne Pulitzer, former wife of newspaper magnate Herbert Pulitzer (yes, that Pulitzer), reached tabloid infamy in the mid-80s amid her divorce from Herbert. Scandal and intrigue raged for a bit, then culminated in a 1985 Playboy spread
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Husted: Singer wounded in Denver happy to be back, citing the odds - Denver Post
Google News - over 5 years
The Wall Street Journal took a drool at Roxanne Pulitzer's pad in Telluride on Saturday. Pulitzer, 60, lives with her fifth husband, Tim Boberg, in the 23000-square-foot house that has a bowling alley, an indoor shooting range, a putting green,
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Roxanne Pulitzer's Telluride house for sale: It can be yours for $19.9 million ... - Westword (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
8 2011 at 11:16 AM ‚ÄčNot to be outdone by fellow Playboy cover girl Barbi Benton in the marketing of extreme cribs, Roxanne Pulitzer and husband Tim Boberg recently offered the Wall Street Journal a tour of their 23000-square-foot Telluride home
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Corrections & Amplifications - Wall Street Journal
Google News - over 5 years
Roxanne Pulitzer has a home in Telluride, Colo. The dateline of an article about her home there in Friday Journal incorrectly called the town Telluride, Calif. Verizon Communications Inc. reported $3 billion in net income in the first six months of
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PM Report: Stocks Plummet as Fear Grips Wall St. - MarketWatch
Google News - over 5 years
Complete coverage of Thursday's huge stock market selloff, with reports from Paul Vigna, Dave Callaway, Alan Murray, David Wessel and Dave Kansas. Plus, Bank of New York wants to charge depositors a fee and Roxanne Pulitzer's 23000 square foot home
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News Hub: Pulitzer 23000 Sq. Ft. Home Hits Market - MarketWatch
Google News - over 5 years
Roxanne Pulitzer's 23000-square-foot house in Telluride, Calif., that was expanded from its original 8800 square feet, has recently hit the market for an asking price of $19.9 million. Candace Jackson has details
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Channel 5 anchor to end three-decade reign in December - Palm Beach Post
Google News - almost 6 years
There were celebrity trials including the Roxanne Pulitzer divorce and William Kennedy Smith rape case; the 2000 election's infamous "butterfly ballot," which focused the nation's attention on Palm Beach County; and the 2004-05 hurricane seasons,
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TBR; TBR: Inside the List
NYTimes - almost 9 years
THE BACK LIST: Twenty years ago this week, Robert Ludlum was still alive to write his own best sellers -- others do it for him now -- and first novels by Tom Wolfe and Scott Turow were riding high. On the nonfiction side, Donald Trump had his first best seller, while a university press book atypically cracked the list (''Battle Cry of Freedom'')
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WEDDINGS/CELEBRATIONS; Sarah Maxa, Alexander Eaton
NYTimes - almost 11 years
Sarah Lynn Maxa, the daughter of Kathleen Frank of Washington and Rudy Maxa of St. Paul, was married yesterday to Alexander Nicholas Haron Eaton, the son of Anne Eaton of South Salem, N.Y., and the late Barton Eaton. The Rev. Loren Mead performed the ceremony at St. Alban's Episcopal Church in Washington. Mrs. Eaton, 30, is an account supervisor at
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SHOPPING WITH/William I. Koch; Everything Is Hardly Enough
NYTimes - about 13 years
''DID someone famous die in it?'' William I. Koch asked, sounding hopeful. Mr. Koch (pronounced coke), the multimillionaire investor and yachtsman, was inspecting a carved mahogany four-poster bed at the Palm Beach Classic International Fine Art and Antique Fair on Sunday -- price, $855,000. Ultimately, the Chippendale period bed, adorned with rose
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HAVENS; A Return to Nature, Mostly by Cutting It Down
NYTimes - almost 15 years
THE log home stood on the banks of Fall Creek in the shadow of 14,000-foot peaks. Its owner tossed his fly fishing line into the stream looking for German brown trout, but instead hooked a nagging idea for an acquisition. The cabin, just outside Telluride, Colo., was to be Lance Mortensen's retreat, a refuge from the fast pace of Silicon Valley.
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The Pink-and-Green Police
NYTimes - almost 19 years
BANISH the black dress: it is not true Lilly. Bring back the monokini -- the pink bathing suit bottoms with bows that we used to wear around the pool in Palm Beach as little girls. And the colors -- they must be bolder. Those are a few of the suggestions made when 15 women who are passionate about the correctness of lime green and shocking pink got
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Putting Out the Fire When It's Not There
NYTimes - almost 20 years
THE front gate to Hunter S. Thompson's log-cabin-style ranch is flanked by two hunks of metal folded like origami into shapes resembling vultures. These twin sentries convey both a promise and a threat: you are entering the realm of the seriously weird, and you may not get out alive. Inside, Mr. Thompson is doing his bit to live up to that billing.
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TELEVISION VIEW; Suzanne Sugarbaker Is the Best Revenge
NYTimes - about 22 years
EVER SINCE THEY LEFT Washington's stuffy society and bloodthirsty press behind in mid-1993, Linda Bloodworth-Thomason and Harry Thomason, the Hollywood sitcom producers and friends of Bill and Hillary Clinton, have been promising to create a network series that shows the nation's capital for what it really is. This month they have made good on the
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POTBOILERS; True Confession: Steamy Books Are Best in the Heat
NYTimes - over 23 years
IT beckons, the color of poppies. Its opium curls through the air, fixing you in its path. You cannot resist -- you never could -- and when surrender comes, you want to cry for joy because now, against all odds, you will finally be together. Always. So you reach out, fingers trembling, and grasp it eagerly, in both hands. "Scruples Two." Look, it
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Roxanne Pulitzer
    FORTIES
  • 1992
    Age 41
    In 1992, she married again, to speedboat racer John Haggin Jr.
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  • THIRTIES
  • 1985
    Age 34
    She also appeared on the June 1985 cover and interior of Playboy Magazine.
    More Details Hide Details The $70,000 she received was used to pay her divorce bills.
  • 1983
    Age 32
    Roxanne Renckens (Pulitzer) was married to Palm Beach-based newspaper tycoon Herbert Pulitzer (heir to Pulitzer, Inc.. She attracted media attention in 1983 when she divorced her husband.
    More Details Hide Details Many of the headlines about her were unfavorable and referred to her as "Foxy Roxy".
  • TWENTIES
  • 1978
    Age 27
    Roxanne was a former cheerleader from Cassadaga, New York. Her first husband was Peter Dixon, whom she left while they were living in South Florida. She met Pulitzer at a party; they married and their twin sons, Maclean Simpson Pulitzer ("Mac") and Zachary Simpson Pulitzer ("Zac") were born in 1978. In 1982, Herbert sued for divorce.
    More Details Hide Details Roxanne was granted custody in an emergency hearing. Circuit Judge Carl Harper slapped a gag order on all parties involved, to little effect. Herbert's main accusation was that Roxanne wrecked their marriage with adultery and drug abuse. Both claimed that the other had had sexual encounters with Jacquie Kimberly, wife of James Kimberly, heir to the Kleenex fortune.Judge Harper eventually granted Herbert Pulitzer custody of the children. Roxanne appealed three times but was unsuccessful.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1951
    Age 0
    Born in 1951.
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