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  • Eric Garcetti urges CBS to bring next 'Late Show' to L.A.

    Eric Garcetti urges CBS to bring next 'Late Show' to L.A.
    Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti and other film industry supporters are still smarting from NBC's decision to move "The Tonight Show" this year from Burbank back to New York after more than four decades in Southern California, a move that cost more than...
  • Burb's Eye View: Monster mavens meet at the Marriott

    Burb's Eye View: Monster mavens meet at the Marriott
    Judging by his oozing head wound, the gray, plastic Hazmat suit Ken Mclaughlin was wearing didn’t help stave off the zombie attack. I met him in a small conference room at the Burbank Marriott Saturday. Just outside the door, demons walked freely,...
  • Read On: A novel approach to the Bard

    Read On: A novel approach to the Bard
    What is William Shakespeare doing hanging out in modern-day Burbank? This is a question perhaps best answered by Diane Haithman, whose first novel, “Dark Lady of Hollywood” that's being released this weekend is actually set not in Hollywood...
  • Exhibit tunes into the limits of nostalgia

    Exhibit tunes into the limits of nostalgia
    Life in early 1960s America was a weird and wonderful combination of Cold War-era tension and congenial baby boomer Utopia. Our fractious, fun-loving state of mind allowed Pat Boone, Rat Fink, Connie Francis and Alfred Hitchcock to co-exist very...
  • Poverty documentary asks 'What Matters'

    Poverty documentary asks 'What Matters'
    In the summer of 2009, Dan Parris, now 29, Rob Lehr, now 31, and David Peterka, now 26, challenged themselves to try to experience extreme poverty by living on $1.25 a day and journeyed across three continents to experience poverty in each country,...
  • Filmmakers aspire to capture faith

     Filmmakers aspire to capture faith
    In just seven days, Jahmal Holland and Henry Wong shot and produced a short film about the reunion of an estranged father and his son who went through the foster care system. They're part of one of the 64 teams participating in the 12th annual 168...
  • River Road a quick route to memories for old-time Burbank drag racers

    River Road a quick route to memories for old-time Burbank drag racers
    Two by two, the hot rods lined up on the wide-open road running alongside the Los Angeles River. When the starter's arms dropped, tires squealed and V-8 engines roared as the teenage drivers floored their accelerators and sped into the night, ushering...
  • 'Tonight Show' move evokes sense of loss for Burbank, Leno

    'Tonight Show' move evokes sense of loss for Burbank, Leno
    The sign advertising his show still looms over the NBC parking lot, and for a few more days throngs of fans will crowd the studio gates in Burbank before tapings. But Jay Leno says he's ready to leave — and this time, he says he really means it....
  • Nickelodeon recovers from ratings slump with new cartoon 'Breadwinners'

    Nickelodeon recovers from ratings slump with new cartoon 'Breadwinners'
    Nickelodeon's new cartoon was hatched not through traditional television channels but in a Studio City efficiency apartment nicknamed the "Doodle Chamber." The 41/2 -minute cartoon about two feisty, accident-prone ducks was intended to be a one-off, a...
  • Peter Adams: Between the sun and the darkness

    Peter Adams: Between the sun and the darkness
    Artist Peter Adams likes a challenge. He has passions and procedures that make his paintings significantly more difficult than they might otherwise be. Known for his landscapes, Adams often likes to paint in nature, trying to capture a piece of the...
  • 'Edge of Tomorrow' has weak opening, emphasizes Warner's risky summer

    'Edge of Tomorrow' has weak opening, emphasizes Warner's risky summer
    Summer may not have technically begun yet, but Warner Bros. may already be itching for a vacation. First, the film studio released the Adam Sandler-starring "Blended," which has grossed a disappointing $45 million worldwide since bowing May 23, the...
  • Chinese film distributor invests in Burbank's Legendary Entertainment for two upcoming movies

    Chinese film distributor invests in Burbank's Legendary Entertainment for two upcoming movies
    China Film Co. Ltd., the largest film distributor in China, has invested in two forthcoming movies from Legendary Entertainment, the Burbank-based film finance and production company. Legendary East, an affiliated company of Legendary Entertainment,...