The Charger Bulletin

Falling in Love With Places is Harder than Falling in Love with People

Courtney Brooks

September 2, 2015

Falling in love with places is harder than falling in love with people.  Those who have gone through a break up a time or two may beg to differ, but until you have traveled to a new place and been completely consumed and immersed by its lifestyle, only to be catapulted back into this reality of New...

Really Hollywood? Yes. A Response from the Entertainment Editor

Cameron Hines

December 12, 2012

As editor of the film and TV side of the Entertainment Section, I was especially drawn to Simon Quartey’s article in last week’s edition of the Bulletin titled “Really Hollywood?: A Rant of Epic Proportions.” First off, Simone raises many good points in the article, from the bashing of Holly...

Really Hollywood?: A Rant of Epic Proportions

Simone Quartey

December 5, 2012

To channel Saturday Night Live comedian, Seth Meyers: Really? Really Hollywood, are you serious? You know, in the world in which the United States abroad is often made fun of for our debt crisis, our never ending wars, our inability fix the problems with our electoral system (i.e. long voting lines)...

The Man, The Voice and the Legacy

Cameron Hines

September 12, 2012

On Sept. 3, 2012, one of Hollywood’s most beloved stars, Michael Clarke Duncan, passed away at the age of 54. Duncan, who had suffered from cardiac arrest in July, never fully recovered and died in the Los Angeles Hospital he had been in since July 13th of this year. Hulking at 6 feet, 5 inches,...

YouTube Enlists Big-Name Help to Redefine Channels

The Associated Press

February 22, 2012

CULVER CITY, Calif. (AP) — YouTube is enlisting Hollywood’s help to reach a generation of viewers more familiar with smartphones than TV remotes. The online video giant is aiming to create 25 hours of programming per day with the help of some of the top names in traditional TV. The Google-owned ...

Fundraising Spares Hollywood Sign from Sprawl

The Associated Press

April 28, 2010

LOS ANGELES – The Hollywood sign has been spared from urban sprawl and will stand unobscured to welcome future actors, writers and Austrian bodybuilders, Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger said Monday. The actor-turned politician said a $900,000 donation by Playboy founder Hugh Hefner and a $500,000 matc...

Police: Celeb-obsessed teens robbed famous victims

Liz De La Torre

October 29, 2009

From The Associated Press LOS ANGELES – For a group of Hollywood-obsessed teens, entertainment news on the Internet offered more than a glimpse into the lives of stars. It helped them break into celebrities' homes. The teens tracked the movements of stars such as Lindsay Lohan and Paris Hilton...

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