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Inside Joan Rivers' Private Collection of Jewelry and Clothes
Joan Rivers said she viewed jewelry as art and now her baubles are up for sale, along with her lavish collection of designer gowns, home furnishings and other personal belongings. The late comedienne’s private collection will be auctioned at Christie’s in New York City. Nearly 300 lots are for
Fancy to Whimsical: Joan Rivers' Belongings up for Auction
From the fine French furniture that filled her Upper East Side penthouse to her gowns and Faberge picture frames: Joan Rivers was a collector of many things
See Inside Joan Rivers' Private Collection of Jewelry and Clothes
ABC News' JoiMarie McKenzie visits Christie's Auction House to see all of the dazzling items on display.
The History of Comedy
Comedian Barry Mitchell reminisces with comedy historian Kliph Nesterhoff about comic legends and their influences on modern stand-up.
Family of Joan Rivers Settles With Clinic Over Malpractice Case
The settlement was reached after doctors accepted responsibility for the comedienne's death.
Melissa Rivers Settles Medical Malpractice Suit With Joan Rivers' Medical Clinic
Melissa Rivers has settled her medical malpractice lawsuit with her mother's New York City medical clinic. Last year, the TV personality sued Yorkville Endoscopy, where Joan Rivers went into cardiac arrest in 2014, and several employees there, claiming negligence. Melissa Rivers sought unspecified
Joan Rivers' Daughter Lands 'Substantial' Malpractice Settlement
Melissa Rivers says she intends to devote herself to improving standards of outpatient care.
Settlement Reached in Joan Rivers Medical Malpractice Lawsuit
Melissa Rivers said the doctors responsible for her mother's death "have accepted responsibility."
Melissa Rivers Reflects On Second Mother's Day Without Joan Rivers
Still coping with her mother's death, Melissa Rivers, the only daughter of the late comedienne Joan Rivers , who died in September 2014 at age 81, knows Mother's Day could be an agonizing time. The "Fashion Police" host, who stepped into her mother's shoes to lead the show after her death, recently