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  • How to kindle your own change

    How to kindle your own change
    ''WESTY" WESTENBERGER After the relatively indolent holidays, professional paddleboarder Michael "Westy" Westenberger jump-starts his training in January, which requires a bit of creativity, given the chunks of ice floating in the lake. The weather...
  • As technology explodes, A Total Disruption is there to record it

    As technology explodes, A Total Disruption is there to record it
    Inside a small TV studio in Los Angeles, Ondi Timoner is absorbed again in the making of documentaries. She's on the phone discussing editing options for one project, then planning for the fundraising event of another. Standing nearby is director...
  • Sundance 2014: Zach Braff says Kickstarter led to a better movie

    PARK CITY, Utah--Sundance movies can premiere to varying degrees of scrutiny. Few films, though, come in drawing the kind of attention of Zach Braff’s “Wish I Was Here." After all, it’s been exactly 10 years since Braff debuted his...
  • Song premiere: Eleni Mandell's 'Put My Baby to Bed'

    Song premiere: Eleni Mandell's 'Put My Baby to Bed'
    Pop & Hiss is premiering “Put My Baby to Bed,” a track from the forthcoming album “Let’s Fly a Kite” from L.A. singer-songwriter Eleni Mandell. The indie folk-pop artist went to London to record the album and says “...
  • YouTube stick figure cartoon series to be full-length film

    YouTube stick figure cartoon series to be full-length film
    Lots of filmmakers want to jump from YouTube clips to regular movies and TV, but how many are doing so on the power of fart jokes?  "Dick Figures," an animated YouTube series featuring crude drawing and equally crude humor, has been made into a 73-...
  • Venice crash: A noisy moment of silence at tourist hot spot

    Venice crash: A noisy moment of silence at tourist hot spot
    On Monday evening, the summer crowds were thick on the Venice boardwalk. Up at Dudley Avenue, near the northern end of the bustling oceanfront strip, a crowd gathered for a vigil to honor the victims of Saturday’s car rampage that injured 16...
  • Rose Parade float may aid Glendale bear's habitat

    Rose Parade float may aid Glendale bear's habitat
    When the woman who helped shine a spotlight on famed bear Meatball first heard the bruin's hometown was trying to raise money for a float in his honor, she worried that the funding could be better spent helping Meatball — also called Glen Bearian...
  • Nakedwines.com: Crowdfunding indie wines the Kickstarter way

    Nakedwines.com: Crowdfunding indie wines the Kickstarter way
    Through Kickstarter and Indiegogo, people are finding projects, new products and films to fund via crowdsourcing. Now, reports KGO-TV in San Francisco, fledgling winemakers can take advantage of crowdsourced funding through NakedWines.com. “Now, the...
  • Lobster shell disease is spreading -- but you can still eat the lobster

    Lobster shell disease -- a nasty business that can cause the shell to discolor or rot off completely -- has affected the southern New England lobster industry and reportedly is on the move. The disease turns the color of the lobster shells from their...
  • Santa Barbara wine: Put these wines on your list to try

    Santa Barbara wine: Put these wines on your list to try
    On a beautiful day in Santa Barbara last Saturday, wine enthusiasts were able to taste unreleased wines from a collection of Santa Barbara County's top vineyards. The Santa Barbara County Wine Futures Tasting was held at the courtyard in front of Les...
  • Mother Nature just won't give French vineyards a break

    Mother Nature just won't give French vineyards a break
    French vintners just don’t seem to be able to catch a break. Mother Nature has been very, very bad this season to winemakers in Bordeaux, Burgundy, Champagne and Alsace, the country's most prestigious wine-growing regions.  A violent hailstorm...