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  1. Why Hollywood People Never Say 'No'

    5:19 pm 3/31/2014

    Lunch? Call me (but I won't answer!): What's behind the entertainment industry's maddening, pervasive, conflict-avoidant, passive-aggressive and possibly pathological habit of just saying maybe to everything? UPDATED: "The Player's" Michael Tolkin gets back to us. Read more

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  2. How Fame Came to Beverly Hills: Why Old Hollywood Moved In

    11:00 am 3/29/2014

    Exactly 100 years ago, a mere 550 people lived in the newly incorporated town, home only to bobcats, bean farmers and a brand-new pink hotel. But that was before Douglas Fairbanks, Mary Pickford and every boldface name built homes there.Read more

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  3. Old Hollywood Homes for Sale: Bela Lugosi, Janet Leigh Houses on the Market

    10:00 am 3/29/2014

    "The Great Ziegfeld" actress Virginia Bruce's former home also is among the new listings.Read more

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  4. Exclusive First Look: Utah's Secluded Amangiri Resort Adding New Residences (BMW and Private Jet Included)

    11:00 am 3/28/2014

    The Hollywood-flocked resort is adding 36 houses -- ranging from 6,200 to 9,800 square feet on minimum 2-acre lots -- selling from $7.5 million to $15 million apiece.Read more

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  5. How Many Private Clubs Can L.A. Handle?

    10:00 am 3/28/2014

    New entrants into the exclusivity game -- including NeueHouse, a private membership workspace whose founders are making plans to open three L.A. locations -- look to enter town with the idea (and hope) that Soho House isn't for everyone.Read more

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  6. Spring Books Preview: 10 Titles to Read

    10:00 am 3/28/2014

    Rob Lowe's dishy memoir, E. Lockhart's buzzy YA tale and gripping historical pieces are among the new books getting released this season.Read more

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  7. A+E at 30: How a Tiny Network Became a $26 Billion Success Story

    9:00 am 3/28/2014

    The story of how two fearless women created a cable powerhouse too improbable to even make it on one of their 10 channels.Read more

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  8. Payroll Companies' $60 Million Tax Bill: How a New Court Ruling Impacts Hollywood

    8:00 am 3/28/2014

    The agencies will pony up big bucks April 15 as they hike fees by as much as 40 percent and workers brace for more withholdings.Read more

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  9. How Georgia Toppled Louisiana in Attracting TV Productions

    7:00 am 3/28/2014

    The Peach State used convenience (26 daily flights to L.A.!) and less regulation (but is it too lax?) to lure nearly $1 billion in 2013.Read more

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  10. 'Wolf of Wall Street' Effect? TV Networks Investing in Finance-Themed Projects

    5:00 am 3/28/2014

    A slew of projects are in the works at broadcast and cable networks, from Showtime's just-greenlighted hedge fund collusion drama "Billions" to CBS' untitled thriller about an Iraq vet turned hedge fund trader.Read more

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