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Los Angeles: Netflix to Operate Historic Palisades Bay Movie Theater

Los Angeles: Netflix to Operate Historic Palisades Bay Movie Theater

BY PAMELA MCCLINTOCK, CHRIS GARDNER | HollywoodReporter.Com Troy Warren for LosAngelesNewsAndTalk.Com #Entertainment The deal expands the streamer's ability to screen its movies on the big screen during awards season. Netflix and Los Angeles shopping mall developer Caruso announced Friday that the two have partnered to keep the legendary Bay Theater in the tony Palisades Village open. The lease expands the streamer’s ability to screen its movies on the big screen during awards season while helping another struggling cinema to stay open. Netflix already operates the Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood and New York’s iconic Paris Theatre. Prior to the pandemic, luxury theater operator Cinepolis had refurbished and…
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Los Angeles: Cher sues heirs of Sonny Bono over song and record revenue

Los Angeles: Cher sues heirs of Sonny Bono over song and record revenue

By The Associated Press Troy Warren for LosAngelesNewsAndTalk.Com #Music LOS ANGELES — Cher has sued the widow of her former musical partner and ex-husband Sonny Bono over royalties for Sonny and Cher songs including “I Got You Babe” and “The Beat Goes On.” In a federal lawsuit filed Wednesday in Los Angeles, Cher alleges that former Rep. Mary Bono and other defendants have attempted to terminate provisions of business agreements Cher and Sonny Bono reached when they divorced in 1975 that entitled each to 50% of songwriting and recording royalties. The lawsuit says Sonny Bono’s heirs filed notice in 2016 that…
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Los Angeles: Hot Real Estate Market Culver City Is Now “One of the Content Capitals of the Globe”

Los Angeles: Hot Real Estate Market Culver City Is Now “One of the Content Capitals of the Globe”

BY HADLEY MEARES | HollywoodReporter.Com Troy Warren for LosAngelesNewsAndTalk.Com  #RealEstate Amazon Studios, WarnerMedia and TikTok have all taken office space in the city in the past four years, with Apple recently announcing a 550,000-square-foot headquarters. In 1995, Adam Lilling, founder and managing partner of PLUS Capital, a venture advisory firm that helps talent invest in startups and build brands, moved into an office in Culver City, whose glory days as the home of MGM and RKO were long past. “The office we were in always leaked — if it rained you had problems,” he recalls. “You just drove to work and…
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Los Angeles: Will Require Proof of Vaccination to Visit Wineries, Breweries, Clubs, and Bars

Los Angeles: Will Require Proof of Vaccination to Visit Wineries, Breweries, Clubs, and Bars

By Meena Thiruvengadam | FoodAndWine.Com Troy Warren for LosAngelesNewsAndTalk.Com The new policy will go into effect on Oct. 7. Starting next month, Los Angeles is joining cities across the country in requiring proof of COVID-19 vaccination for entry into social venues like bars, wineries, breweries, and nightclubs. Going into effect on Oct. 7, guests, as well as employees of the establishments, will be required to show proof of vaccination. Employees will be required to have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine when the rule goes into effect and will need to have received both doses of a two-dose…
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Los Angeles: police find missing actress several days after disappearance

Los Angeles: police find missing actress several days after disappearance

By ArLuther Lee, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Troy Warren for LosAngelesNewsAndTalk.Com Woman’s whereabouts over weekend remain mystery, but foul play not suspected An actress reported missing by her family last week has been found safe, and authorities said they do not suspect foul play was involved in her disappearance, according to reports. Tanya Fear, a British actor and comedian best known for her role in the British sci-fi television program “Doctor Who,” was located Monday after she was last seen Thursday in Los Angeles, NBC News reported. An investigation was launched over the weekend after family members called Los Angeles police to report…
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Los Angeles: Tiffany Haddish, Issa Rae and Other Industry Locals on South L.A.’s Gentrification: “A Blessing and a Curse”

Los Angeles: Tiffany Haddish, Issa Rae and Other Industry Locals on South L.A.’s Gentrification: “A Blessing and a Curse”

BY KIRSTEN CHUBA | HollywoodReporter.Com Troy Warren for LosAngelesNewsAndTalk.Com #RealEstate   The rapidly changing, historically Black area is seeing home prices spiking as development is on the rise: "It's gotten very white." For more than 100 years, South Los Angeles has been home to a largely Black and brown population, rooted in a history of redlining and segregation that kept nonwhite residents below Washington Boulevard. Los Angeles is “terribly bifurcated by race,” says entrepreneur Prophet Walker, a native of South L.A. “And that’s all a remnant of redlining.” These days though, the area looks a little different. As native Tiffany Haddish says, “It’s gotten…
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Los Angeles: Gunman dead, 2 wounded after random attack at California beach pier

Los Angeles: Gunman dead, 2 wounded after random attack at California beach pier

By Richard Winton, Matthew Ormseth and Gregory Yee, Los Angeles Times Troy Warren for LosAngelesNewsAndTalk.Com  Gunshot victims, including a teenage boy, expected to survive A man killed by Redondo Beach police Wednesday night randomly targeted people on the pier in a hail of gunfire, authorities said a day after the shootings. Police officers from across the South Bay region of L.A. raced to the Redondo Beach Pier about 8:20 p.m. local time after a flood of 911 calls reported an active shooter firing at people in the shopping and dining hot spot.     Once there, they found a teenage boy…
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Los Angeles: Condo’s $13M Sale Sets Local Record

Los Angeles: Condo’s $13M Sale Sets Local Record

BY DEGEN PENER | HollywoodReporter.Com Troy Warren for LosAngelesNewsAndTalk.Com #RealEstate The Pendry Residences West Hollywood — which feature private pools and dedicated elevators — offers a luxury-to-the-max take on Southern California indoor-outdoor living. At the beginning of the pandemic, the appeal of residential towers plummeted as people sought extra personal space. Cut to summer 2021, and condo sales are on the rise in L.A., led by the recent sale of a two-bedroom, 2,681-square-foot unit — with an outdoor terrace that’s bigger than the condo’s interior — at the new Pendry Residences West Hollywood for $13 million. At $4,848 a square foot, that’s a new…
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Los Angeles: From Gardens to Dining, L.A.’s “Largest Residential Rooftop Park” Elevates the Outside Experience

Los Angeles: From Gardens to Dining, L.A.’s “Largest Residential Rooftop Park” Elevates the Outside Experience

BY HADLEY MEARES | HollywoodReporter.Com Troy Warren for LosAngelesNewsAndTalk.Com #Lifestyle Santa Monica’s four-structure The Park project features an acre of landscaped outdoor space for its apartment dwellers, from eight stories above. Rarely can apartment renters tell house dwellers, “My yard is bigger than yours.” But The Park, the new mixed-use residence at 500 Broadway in Santa Monica, aims to change that in the most luxe way. Its standout feature is a 1-acre rooftop park overlooking the Pacific Ocean. “Residents are increasingly prioritizing properties that feature outdoor amenities, and we believe Angelenos will be drawn to our accessible open space in a private residential…
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Los Angeles: Moves Forward on Vaccine Requirements for Indoor Dining

Los Angeles: Moves Forward on Vaccine Requirements for Indoor Dining

By Jelisa Castrodale | FoodAndWine.Com Troy Warren for LosAngelesNewsAndTalk.Com #Foodie #COVID-19   On Wednesday, the Los Angeles City Council voted in favor of drafting a new law which would require people to have at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccinebefore they're allowed to participate in a number of indoor activities, including dining indoors at restaurants, working out in a gym, doing in-person shopping, or going to a movie theater.  The Los Angeles Times reports that the Council's vote allows city attorneys to move forward with a draft of the law, but they have not yet determined how to enforce it, where the vaccine rules would (or would…
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