Kevin Costner selling land in South Dakota
DEADWOOD, S.D. — Hollywood actor Kevin Costner is asking $14 million for 1,000 acres of land he owns near the Old West gambling town of Deadwood in western South Dakota’s Black Hills.
The property includes the site of the ill-fated Dunbar casino resort, a $100 million project that would have included a golf course and a steam-powered passenger train. It never materialized.
The listing does not include Costner’s Midnight Star casino and restaurant, the tallest building on Deadwood’s Main Street, or the $6 million visitor attraction he owns on the town’s north edge called Tatanka: Story of the Bison.
Costner filmed much of his Academy Award-wining movie “Dances with Wolves” in South Dakota.
There are separate listings for three pieces of property, with asking prices of $7.4 million, $1.2 million and $5.4 million.
Report: Remini breaks with Scientology
LOS ANGELES — Actress Leah Remini is expressing appreciation to fans and others following word of her decision to leave the Church of Scientology.
In a statement issued last week by her talent agency, the former “King of Queens” star said she was grateful to the media, her colleagues and fans around the world for their “overwhelmingly positive support.”
The statement made no mention of Scientology, and the APA talent and literary agency said Remini had no further comment.
But a person familiar with Remini’s decision said the statement referred to her break with the church and public reaction to it. The person, who wasn’t authorized to comment publicly, spoke on condition of anonymity.
Loretta Lynn hosting gospel sing at ranch
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Country music legend Loretta Lynn is putting on what she calls a gospel sing with dinner on the grounds.
Lynn is hosting the gospel music festival at her ranch at Hurricane Mills on Sept. 28-29. The ranch is in rural Humphreys County, about 60 miles west of Nashville.
Among scheduled performers are Mark Lowry, The Hoppers, The Isaacs, Karen Peck & New River, Gold City, Rambo-McGuire, The Singing Cookes, The Freemans, Brian Free & Assurance, Michael Combs, Archie Watkins & Smoky Mountain Reunion, and The Sneed Family.
Lynn, a Kentucky native, said she hopes to make the festival an annual event.
Information is online at LorettaLynn.com.
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