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  • Is $700 studio dead? Chicagoans hunt for elusive listing.

    Is $700 studio dead? Chicagoans hunt for elusive listing.
    In 2012, Grace Sweeney did the impossible. She found a studio in Lincoln Park for $745 a month -- just within the budget she kept as an unpaid intern out of college. It was steps from Fullerton Avenue and Clark Street, had a walk-in closet and...
  • French Film Financing: International Sales Surged, TV Investment Dropped In 2013

    While French TV channels and local distributors continued to reduce their investment in movies, international sales played a much bigger part in French film financing in 2013, with 158.2 million Euros ($217.6 million) collected in minimum guarantees for...
  • Paul Ryan rehashes an old Social Security lie--at your expense

    Paul Ryan rehashes an old Social Security lie--at your expense
    There should be a rule--or even a law--that politicians who propose "fixes" to Social Security should at least show they know something about the program. By that standard, House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan, R-Wisc., would flunk. What's worse,...
  • Paul Ryan the anti-Robin Hood: Robbing the poor to help the rich

    Paul Ryan the anti-Robin Hood: Robbing the poor to help the rich
    No, Paul Ryan isn’t Ebenezer Scrooge. But give him time; he’s young. And he shows such promise. On Tuesday, Ryan, the Republican tax-hatchet-man from Wisconsin, unveiled a new spending blueprint. Got a catchy title too: “The Path to...
  • Paul Ryan budget cuts deeply -- but will it balance as promised?

    WASHINGTON -- The austere Republican budget proposal from Rep. Paul D. Ryan would slash federal spending to pre-Eisenhower levels, but the "turbo cuts" on every aspect of government -- except the military -- are still not enough to reach his promise of...
  • Enfield Budget Hearing Meeting Scheduled For Saturday

    The town council will hold a budget hearing Saturday at Town Hall. The meeting's agenda allocates varying times for eight involved parties: public safety, development services, the town manager, town council, information technology, social services,...
  • A Very Small Ark

    A Very Small Ark
    If Rep. Paul Ryan, chairman of the House Budget Committee, and his fellow travelers get their way in November, everyone in America will suffer extreme cuts in programs. Did I say everyone? I meant everyone but the rich. Ryan, clearly in the pocket of...
  • Study: Movies With Women in Prominent Roles Earn More Money

    Despite Hollywood's love for testosterone-dominated movies, a recent study has found that movies with a strong female component actually perform better at the box office and cost less to make. Nate Silver's ESPN blog FiveThirtyEight used the Bechdel...
  • Bid to alter storm-water fees draws fire

    Bid to alter storm-water fees draws fire
    A late bid in Annapolis to alter Maryland's storm-water fee law has drawn fire from environmentalists and from the attorney general's office, calling it an unconstitutional end run on the legislative process. Senators meeting with their House...
  • After 48 years in public service, it's 'Sine Die' for James Robey

    After 48 years in public service, it's 'Sine Die' for James Robey
    State Sen. James N. Robey says there was no grand ambition, no plan to ascend to where he now sits as majority leader of the Maryland Senate, or to have made the unusual leaps from Howard County police chief to county executive to legislator. Things...
  • Film tax credit deal near

    Film tax credit deal near
    A tentative deal was reached Thursday in Annapolis to increase tax credits for film and television productions shot in Maryland, in a bid to keep popular TV series like "House of Cards" and "Veep" from abandoning the state. A joint conference...