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  • Stana Katic, Malin Akerman Talk Green Hollywood at Environmental Media Awards

    It was easy being green for guests of the Environmental Media Awards on Saturday night, where the stars arrived at Warner Bros. Studios to honor efforts in sustainable productions and green content in a true backlot bash. Ed Begley Jr., kicked off the...
  • Sumi Haru dies at 75; SAG official sought better roles for Asian Americans

    Sumi Haru dies at 75; SAG official sought better roles for Asian Americans
    Sumi Haru dreamed of becoming an actress, but found her true calling when she joined a 1970 picket line at the Music Center in Los Angeles, protesting the musical "Lovely Ladies, Kind Gentlemen," which was set in Japan but had white actors playing Asian...
  • Uruguay's roll-out of marijuana experiment faces election risk

    MONTEVIDEO (Reuters) - Uruguay is struggling to roll out the commercial production and sale of marijuana and its ground-breaking experiment could be dropped or watered down if an opposition candidate wins this month's presidential election. The South...
  • Live, From New York: Sprout's Morning Show For Kids Wants Celebrities In Mix

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Some talk shows lure guests with the promise of hyping a new project. Others deliver instant fame. And then there's one that hopes to hook visitors with the sounds of an anthropomorphic chicken whose voice is reminiscent of a...
  • 'Airbender' tax credit shows how far states will go to woo filmmakers

    Pennsylvania film officials were understandably eager to have the "The Last Airbender" shoot in their state. The $150-million movie would burnish Pennsylvania's reputation as a growing film hub and provide work for hundreds of crew members. A former...
  • Why Technology is the Friend, Not the Enemy, of Hollywood (Guest Column)

    Like many Hollywood stories, mine started with Harvey Weinstein. Well, sort of. In 2004, during my freshman year of college, I was lucky enough to land a summer internship at Miramax in New York. As a film school reject, this was the holy grail, and...
  • Nappier Battles Herbst For State Treasurer

    Nappier Battles Herbst For State Treasurer
    With sole authority over the state's $29.7 billion pension fund, the state treasurer wields enormous power and responsibilities for state retirees and their beneficiaries. Democratic treasurer Denise Nappier has overseen the pension fund for the past 16...
  • Renting a car? Using a debit card could damage credit score

    Some customers prefer to use a debit card rather than a credit card to make purchases as a means of limiting debt and managing their finances. But the choice could backfire when it comes to renting cars. Some car rental agencies, such as Budget Rent a...
  • Andrea Martin is living in the moment these days

     Andrea Martin is living in the moment these days
    Comedians may be known for their frenetic personalities, but as Andrea Martin descends the Santa Monica hotel staircase, she slowly takes in the foggy ocean view through a wall of glass. "Mmm, just beautiful, right?" she says, settling into a plush...
  • Pamela Yip: Medicare open enrollment is upon us

    If you're on Medicare and are thinking about making changes to your health plan, the clock is ticking. Open enrollment for Medicare runs until Dec. 7. Any changes will take effect in January. "Open enrollment is the best time to make sure your health...
  • Halloween on TV

    The kids don't have to go trick or treating to summon a fun-filled Halloween. Television has conjured up their spookiest adventures to usher in that creepiest time of the year. Parents can suffer their own chills and far fewer calories in front of the...