“Hollywood wants to come home and now we have the tools in place to make it happen,” says LA Mayor Eric Garcetti
‘Ageism is the last acceptable prejudice in America,” Maher said on Friday
On-location television shoots in region surge 31 percent in Q3
Tax incentive bill heads heads back to the Assembly for reconciliation and then on to the governor’s desk for final approval
With Gov. Brown finally on board, the state sets its sights on reclaiming the projects and jobs poached by other states
Law is intended to prevent child actors from falling prey to sexual predators
The credit offers rebates of up to 25% of production expenses and is meant to keep television and film jobs in California
California law now preserves production companies’ ability to have payroll firms handle insurance, tax and other responsibilities
The bill, which would allocate another $500 million for film and TV productions, still requires approval by the state senate
With an old friend as governor and corporate-friendly Republicans a national level, Tuesday was very, very good for this town
Justices to hear arguments Tuesday on California law prohibiting sales of violent games to minors
From Eastwood to Sinise to Voight, long-time Republicans haven’t embraced the California standard-bearers in the midterm elections
The big-ticket event was held at West Hollywood’s private Soho House
- By Steven Mikulan on December 11, 2009 @ 2:04 pm
Is Jerry Brown’s zealous prosecution of this case politically motivated?
- By Steven Mikulan on November 6, 2009 @ 11:50 am
Prosecutors are targeting celeb-friendly docs, but making charges stick is tough.
The three top Hollywood names will host fundraiser on Nov. 18.