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Warner Bros. executive honored MEDIA CITY CENTER...

Warner Bros. executive honored

MEDIA CITY CENTER -- Virginia Tweedy, vice president of business

affairs for Warner Bros. Pictures Inc., recently received an Andrew

Heiskell Community Service Award from the studio’s parent company,


AOL Time Warner Inc.

After Tweedy was diagnosed with breast cancer in 1999, she began

fund-raising for Providence St. Joseph Medical Center and speaking to

educate the public about detecting the disease. She also helped


obtain funding for wigs for patients undergoing chemotherapy

treatment who could not afford them.

In honor of Tweedy’s efforts, the AOL Time Warner Foundation will

donate $3,000 to the hospital, as well as giving her a personal gift

of $2,000.

“Darkwalker” signing today

NORTHWEST DISTRICT -- Cast and crew from the film “Darkwalker”

will be at Dark Delicacies bookstore to sign copies of their work



Director Danny Draven, composer Josephine Soegijanty, producer

Chuck Williams, and cast members Kathleen Taylor, Michael Sage, David

Dewitt, Brenda Matthews, Rick Irvin, Jill Small, Clive Hawkins and

Ali Taylor will sign copies of the DVD and the CD soundtrack.

The event begins at 2 p.m. today at Dark Delicacies, 4213 W.

Burbank Blvd. For more information, call 556-6660.

Compiled by Laura Sturza