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  • Film Czar Ken Ziffren to Be Honored By L.A. Zoo Association at Beastly Ball

    The Greater Los Angeles Zoo Association's Beastly Ball will honor L.A.'s new film czar, Ken Ziffren, with this year's Tom Mankiewicz Leadership Award. Ziffren, an entertainment attorney, will receive the award June 14 at the 44th annual Beastly Ball at...
  • YouTube Animation Network Frederator Pacts with Simon's Cat

    Fred Seibert's Channel Frederator Network has signed a deal with British animator Simon Tofield, creator of Simon's Cat -- one of the most popular cartoon channels on YouTube -- to handle advertising and distribution on behalf of the anthropomorphic kitty...
  • Sales of Flying Dog beer lead to 2 million new oysters in Chesapeake Bay

    Sales of Flying Dog beer lead to 2 million new oysters in Chesapeake Bay
    Beer is helping the Chesapeake Bay. Seriously. Since 2011, a portion of sales from Flying Dog Brewery's Pearl Necklace Oyster Stout have assisted in planting nearly 3 million oysters in the Bay. Each sold bottle of Pearl Necklace Oyster Stout, which...
  • Scientists turn to crowdfunding to support research

    Scientists turn to crowdfunding to support research
    UC San Diego graduate student Alex Piel is studying the family dynamics and habitats of chimpanzees in Tanzania's savanna. The research requires tracking animals, retrieving fecal samples and then testing to confirm genetic links. It does not come...
  • A dog to bark about [Editorial]

    There are plenty of ways to divide people: haves vs. have-nots, Democrats vs. Republicans, night owls vs. larks, rap vs. rock, fried vs. broiled. The list goes on, but there are also a few things almost everyone can agree on, and one is Grand Champion...
  • Baltimore artisans ready for American Craft Council show

    Baltimore artisans ready for American Craft Council show
    Every year at the American Craft Council Show in Baltimore, rows and rows of handmade material sit in booths for on-lookers to gaze at and admire. And behind the uniquely crafted jewelry and perfectly glazed ceramic pieces sits an artist, whose work on...
  • Five fabulous Florida campgrounds for kids new to camping

    Five fabulous Florida campgrounds for kids new to camping
    Camping can be a road trip or a commando course, a sizzling theme park or a pup tent under the trees. Many Florida parents take children camping from Day One. Others are new to the campground scene. If your children are ready to graduate from a play...
  • Finalists for oddest book title prize showcase 'cats' and 'feces'

    Finalists for oddest book title prize showcase 'cats' and 'feces'
    What do cats, feces and pies have in common? Well, besides the fact that many can be found in a typical American and British home, they’re also in the titles honored by the Bookseller for being the strangest book titles of the year. The British...
  • 'War Horse' tour stars UCF grad Michael Wyatt Cox

     'War Horse' tour stars UCF grad Michael Wyatt Cox
    Michael Wyatt Cox's Florida childhood provided an unexpected boost to his career. The actor, starring in the touring production of "War Horse," grew up in Jupiter Farms, west of the turnpike in Palm Beach County. "I grew up around horses," says the...
  • Variety to Honor Philomena Lee at Unite4:Humanity Event

    Philomena Lee, whose story inspired one of this year's best picture Oscar nominees, will be feted a few days before the Academy Awards when she is honored with the Everyday Hero award at Unite4:good and Variety's unite4:humanity event on Feb. 27 on the...
  • The Valley Line: USC presents annual Scripter Award

    The Valley Line: USC presents annual Scripter Award
    It is all over — the 2014 Winter Olympics are in the past. The colorful tents have been packed up and put away for four years before the big show opens again in Pyeongchang, South Korea in 2018. Before final goodbyes were said in Sochi, Russia, it...