Monday, September 23

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Movie Review: ‘About Last Night’

“About Last Night”Directed by Steve PinkScreen Gems1.0 / 5.0 paws It’s Valentine’s Day. You’re looking to take your date to a hilarious rom-com that will spark lively conversation about the exciting and preposterous love lives of fictional characters. Read more...

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Flavors of Westwood: Local favorites serve up bold flavors and strong coffee

Napa Valley Grille: Bold flavors and personal flair As Taylor Boudreaux and Chad Cancelosi clink their glasses together for a midday toast, a waiter passing by laughs, hailing them as “The Kings of Westwood.” Both Executive Chef Boudreaux and General Manager Cancelosi said they believe Napa Valley Grille is one of Westwood’s more high-end dining venues, as it commonly plays host to star-studded film premiere parties and business dinners. Read more...

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(Center) Patty Jones completed the UCLA Professional Program in Screenwriting and was one of five winners of this year’s Nicholl Fellowships in Screenwriting, which awards its participants with $35,000 each. Jones’ winning submission, “Joe Banks,” is a wild comic odyssey.

Graduate of UCLA screenwriting course among Nicholl Fellowships winners

Patty Jones first began writing her narrative in a Starbucks in New York. In a matter of months, her five-page narrative would be transformed into an award-worthy screenplay. Read more...

Photo: (Center) Patty Jones completed the UCLA Professional Program in Screenwriting and was one of five winners of this year’s Nicholl Fellowships in Screenwriting, which awards its participants with $35,000 each. Jones’ winning submission, “Joe Banks,” is a wild comic odyssey.

(Center) Patty Jones completed the UCLA Professional Program in Screenwriting and was one of five winners of this year’s Nicholl Fellowships in Screenwriting, which awards its participants with $35,000 each. Jones’ winning submission, “Joe Banks,” is a wild comic odyssey.



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