Hollywood Re-Accredited by Safety Alliance
The Office with Angela Kinsey, and Ellie Kemper had a little good-natured run with Amy about how many seasons the shows have had. THR: Of the games featured, which is the one you wished you could play? Lynch: I love the game “Do-Do,” where you’re only allowed to use the lyrics “do” in a song and have to guess it based on that. I’m a big “Celebrity” fan and player and am quite good and aggressive, so I get very excited when we play Celebrity, and wish I was playing. PHOTOS: ‘Glee’ Season 4 in Pictures THR: Of your recent work — hosting Hollywood Game Night, doing Annie on Broadway and Glee– which has been the most challenging?
For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/live-feed/jane-lynch-glee-hollywood-game-night-578711
(Realtor.com / July 5, 2013) Also July 5, 2013, 12:40 p.m. Actress Scarlett Johansson continues to clean house in the Los Angeles real estate market. Last year she sold the Wong House in Los Feliz for $3.5 million and now she has unloaded what Celebuzz calls her bachelorette pad in Hollywood for $470,000, public records show. The unit, with city views, features one bedroom, two bathrooms, marble countertops and 1,148 square feet of living space. Amenities at the building, constructed in 1965, include a doorman, a swimming pool and a gym.
For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.latimes.com/classified/realestate/la-fi-hotprop-scarlett-johansson-20130705,0,1531511.story
Scarlett Johansson sells condo in Hollywood
The re-accreditation followed a complete review of all racing operations at the facility that received its initial alliance accreditation in June 2009. During the latest Alliance inspection of Betfair Hollywood Park, best practices were identified in virtually every primary area of focus of the alliance, according to an NTRA release. In the area of injury reporting and prevention, best practices identified included participation in the Equine Injury Database; pre-race and post-race veterinary examination protocols of the California Horse Racing Board regulatory and track veterinarians; the California Post Mortem Program; and veterinarians’ list protocols of the CHRB. In areas intended to create a safer racing environment, best practices cited at Hollywood included toe grab, cushion crop and safety helmet regulation and enforcement; starting gate padding and protocols for its manning and removal; equine ambulance equipment and protocols; rider medical care and ambulance support; protocols in case of catastrophic injury; fire safety preparedness; infectious disease management and prevention protocols; and ensuring practicing veterinarians are on the grounds when horses are present. In the area of equine drug testing and penalties, best practices identified included total carbon dioxide (milkshaking) regulation and testing procedures; the CHRB out of competition testing program; and accreditation of the University of California, Davis Testing Lab. Relating to safety research, best practices were cited for Hollywood’s participation in a number of research programs geared toward the betterment of racing, According to the release, Hollywood also was cited for best practices in areas focused on fundraising for retired racehorses and disabled riders, its affiliation with a substance abuse program for individuals and its wagering security programs geared toward incident prevention and investigation.
For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.bloodhorse.com/horse-racing/articles/79246/hollywood-re-accredited-by-safety-alliance
Hollywood rebounds, but family-friendly offerings still limited
As noted in a recent New York Times article by Brooks Barnes, in just the two-month period from May 1 to July 4, studios will have put out 13 movies with budgets in excess of $100 million each a 44 percent increase over the same period in 2012. Even April a month normally considered a cinematic dumping ground saw the release of Joseph Kosinskis $120 million sci-fi actioner Oblivion, starring perennial box-office draw Tom Cruise (although it was the Jackie Robinson biopic 42 that scored the highest April numbers). Somehow, though, even with all the extra money being poured into would-be blockbusters, this summers lineup has so far felt a little bit like deja vu. In an attempt to duplicate the success of Marvels The Avengers, which grossed $1.5 billion last year, the 2013 summer movie season officially kicked off with another entry in the Marvel cinematic universe, Iron Man 3 . Robert Downey Jr.s third (and probably final) solo outing as the Armored Avenger managed to survive mixed reviews, the inevitable backlash of comic book purists and the threat of franchise fatigue to become the second highest-grossing superhero film of all time, rocketing past The Dark Knight Rises to the tune of $1.2 billion.
For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.deseretnews.com/article/865582678/Hollywood-rebounds-but-family-friendly-offerings-still-limited.html?pg=all