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The Screen Actors’ Guild contract is likely to run out next Monday before SAG has made a new deal with the Association of Motion Picture and Television Producers.
Jun. 24, 2008from Which Way, L.A.?
Jun. 2, 2008from The Business
Removing the fiberglass woolly mammoth from his lake of tar, restoring the landscape to that of the Pleistocene age, building over the existing parking lot, adding another story to the…
Aug. 27from Design and Architecture
Two new daytime talk shows debuted this week--with their new outings, hosts Tamron Hall and Kelly Clarkson are attempting to bring some excitement to a side of TV that seems to have…
Sep. 10from Screengrab
A documentary about a black woman’s reunion with relatives who have been passing as white gets to the heart of one of the nation’s founding wounds.
Aug. 30from Scheer Intelligence
After it opened in 1989, Santa Monica’s Third Street Promenade became one of the most popular shopping and entertainment destinations in the world.
Sep. 3from Design and Architecture
Katya Apekina’s novel The Deeper the Water the Uglier the Fish has a dark sense of humor, and an interest in the soul.
Sep. 5from Bookworm
Now that we're officially post-Labor Day, Mike and Joe reflect on the highs and not so highs of this year's summer TV.
Sep. 3from Screengrab
Netflix wants an Oscar best picture win, and their highest profile release is Martin Scorsese's 'The Irishman.'
Aug. 30from Hollywood Breakdown
How do you breathe life into ancient art? That’s the driving question behind the Getty Villa’s outdoor theater program (and arguably the Getty itself).
Sep. 9from Opening the Curtain
After a seemingly endless wait, we finally know some of the crucial details of Apple TV+.
Sep. 12from Hollywood Breakdown