One of America's most lucrative exports is entertainment. It wasn't long ago that L.A. was the entertainment capital of the world. But lack of a vision for L.A.'s future by current city leadership has led to the destruction of a local industry.
Californians up and down the state have started asking questions about their own city's finances and accounting practices as well, particularly because of municipal bankruptcy fears that have been sweeping the state.
The LA Fire Department response time has been a serious failure, making our city more dangerous. While that concern is understandable and indeed warranted, I remain optimistic that the LAFD will solve this crisis.
How does a show handle the situation where two, exciting films are released on the same weekend? We don't know, but this weekend we saw John Carpenter's The Ward and Zookeeper, so we decided to cover both of those instead.
Adam Sandler has evolved from frat boy comic to Saturday Night Live regular to movie star. He has evolved from immature antics to romantic comedy to family man. His new film Grown-Ups is a mark of that change.
There are many things funnier than Paul Blart: Mall Cop, but perhaps none funnier than watching critics, journalists and bloggers fall all over themselves trying to make sense of the film's popularity.