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  • Culver City looks to lower tax burden for production companies

     
    Culver City, home of Sony Pictures Entertainment and the historic Culver Studios where "Gone with the Wind" was filmed, has long taken pride in its ties to Hollywood. Now the small city in western Los Angeles County is facing pressure......
  • City OKs plan to reduce production taxes for filmmakers

     
    Tired of being spurned by more appealing suitors, the city of Los Angeles is hoping new tax breaks will catch the wandering eye of Hollywood’s filmmakers. On Tuesday, the City Council asked the city attorney to draft an ordinance that......
  • CulverLand traffic game debuts on Culver City sidewalk for limited engagement

     
    Introducing CulverLand — for a limited time only. This newest attraction won’t be confused with Disneyland, but it accomplishes the unlikely: creating a reason to celebrate Southern California traffic. Both artwork and game, CulverLand occupies an 18-...
  • Robin Williams to star in 'Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo' on Broadway

     
    Call it daredevil casting, a shameless box-office ploy or the producers' implicit acknowledgement that they have a tough sell on their hands. Thursday's announcement that funnyman Robin Williams will star in the Broadway production of "Bengal Tiger at the...
  • Shakespeare Center of Los Angeles to stage 'Much Ado About Nothing' starring Helen Hunt and Tom Irwin

     
    To celebrate its 25th anniversary, the Shakespeare Center of Los Angeles -- known for its outdoor offerings -- will be heading indoors with a production of "Much Ado About Nothing" starring Helen Hunt and Tom Irwin. Music by Lyle Lovett......
  • Two Dog Organic Nursery and truly homegrown seedlings

     
    Jo Anne Trigo has spent the last two years turning her 50-by-100-foot Mid-Wilshire backyard into an organic nursery, growing edible plants that she sells at farmers markets in Larchmont Village and La Cañada Flintridge. It was an unlikely decision for......
  • Law & Order franchise finds new home on the streets of L.A.

     
    At the bottom of a culvert beneath an underpass near the 405 in Culver City, a dead body is half submerged in the water, trapped in net that is catching garbage from the rushing water draining to the ocean. “There......
  • Transit board votes for more oversight of Expo light-rail project

     
    Concerned about rising costs, the board responsible for building the Expo light-rail line through central Los Angeles unanimously decided on Monday to improve oversight of the project and replace its part-time ethics officer. On a motion by Los Angeles...
  • Torrance hospital executive to head Catholic hospitals in Southern California

     
    A longtime hospital executive with extensive experience in Southern California's healthcare industry has been tapped to lead a chain of nonprofit Catholic hospitals in the Los Angeles area. Michael Hunn, chief executive of Providence Little Company of...
  • The Feed: Pop-up pies, festive desserts and more in L.A.

     
    Pop-up pie shop at Machine Project On Nov. 18, Machine Project will transform into a pie-filled pleasure palace, where guests can take home DIY pie kits for $20 each. The kits include a pie crust and a jar of freshly made pie filling created by Sarah...
  • Giant Robot Scion xB art car is a video-game console on wheels

     
    Pop the tailgate on the Giant Robot Scion xB and you can play Super Mario or Mega Man. Or, if you'd like, lean into the driver's seat and play a custom game about a duck...sitting on top of another duck...shooting flying fudgecicles out of a yellow sky....
  • Holiday parties: Host a shindig they'll dig

     
    HOLIDAY GUIDE 2010: No longer must holiday functions be relegated to stale lodges that drip lame like bad hair from the '70s. Rejoice with cooler, more affordable and sometimes risqué options around Los Angeles. CASA Mario del Pero's Mexican restaurant...