| Jun 2, 2008
| 7:11 PM
IS THIS city poised to take a bite out of Hollywood's bread and butter?
A dramatically expanded state tax credit for film and television productions has made New York a more appealing shooting locale than ever, bringing a wave of projects into the city...
| May 19, 2008
Remember when fishing was television of last resort, revered by dedicated anglers but glimpsed only occasionally by others, perhaps as a joke or during a visit to Grandpa's? These days, fishing is officially hot: Discovery Channel recently announced...
| May 15, 2008
Hours after Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger announced his latest budget revisions Wednesday, he sat down with Times editors and reporters to share his thoughts on taxes, the entertainment business and more. Below are excerpts of his remarks. You can find the...
| May 11, 2008
HERE we go again. The entertainment industry quivers near the brink, threatened with another devastating strike even as people are still picking up the pieces from the last one. Can it be much longer before we start seeing A-list celebrities wielding...
| Mar 29, 2008
| 5:32 PM
Squeezed into a fluorescent green superhero suit, Jack Black opened Nickelodeon's 21st Annual Kids' Choice Awards by singing a wacky ode to the wonders of slime, playing the bongos and finishing off with a swift karate chop that demolished a stack of...
| Mar 7, 2008
THE political pundits analyzing this week's primaries still are wondering whether negative advertising carried Ohio and Texas for Hillary Rodham Clinton.
Hollywood has its own explanation: March 4 was Clinton's personal super Tuesday, because it was...
| Jan 9, 2008
| 3:26 PM
Boop. Boop. Boop boop boop boop boop boop boop boop. BONK.
Ugh! That's it?
TiVo owners and those with other digital-video-recording, skipping-commercials-enabling devices -- 20% of America, we're talking to you! -- you know what we're saying.
| Nov 2, 2006
Navigating Southern California's flea markets isn't always a day at the beach. In their own words, professionals share their shopping tips and what to do with what you buy.
John Bertram L.A. architect
Every time I spend a weekend in Joshua Tree, I go to...