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MEDIA: High Times to launch outpost with eye on legalization.
Pot magazine High Times plans L.A. office to potentially tap budding recreational use in California.
HelloSociety to enlist four-legged influencers for brand marketing.
HelloSociety hopes to collar famous pets for use in social media marketing campaigns.
A lawsuit filed Wednesday by former City Councilman Dennis Zine accuses the City of Los Angeles and Los Angeles Police Department Chief Charlie Beck of illegally deploying police officers as security for pre-season L.A. Rams games, calling the action an “unlawful gift of public funds.”
Win or lose, the Los Angeles Rams can count on both great weather and devoted fans in Southern California.
Kobe Bryant wants his second act to overshadow his first.
The Los Angeles Football Club’s future 22,000-seat stadium will be called the Banc of California Stadium, according to an agreement between the soccer club and Irvine-based bank announced today.
TOURISM: Forum to look at welcome opportunities in hospitality with Rams.
Fifty million tourists are expected to pour into Los Angeles in 2020, and the Los Angeles Tourism and Convention Board (L.A. Tourism) wants to help local businesses meet those travelers’ needs.
FILM: Disney came out on top in season loaded with family, animated offerings.
Fish tale “Finding Dory” helped Disney reel in the summer box-office crown.
Long-awaited improvements that would include rail access at the aging and congested Los Angeles International Airport may finally be able to move forward.
Twentieth Century Fox Television’s new series “Pitch” has taken advantage of the California Film Commission’s expanded $65 million tax credit program, but it’s also giving back to the local industry. The show’s team is building out an expanded soundstage at Paramount Studios in Hollywood to create the world of Ginny Baker, the first woman to play Major League Baseball – in the drama series, anyway.
Rio de Janeiro isn’t the only city with drama this summer.
MARKETING: Rams’ young stars set to take run at endorsements.
Los Angeles may prove a ripe field of endorsements for the Rams’ superstars.
Film producer and New York Giants co-owner Steve Tisch believes Rams, Los Angeles ready to play ball
Oscar-winning producer and New York Giants co-owner Steve Tisch talks how the Rams will play in Los Angeles.
Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter Jeff Gottlieb sued the Los Angeles Times on Tuesday, claiming he resigned from the company due to “intolerable working conditions.”