Inclusion initiatives at top talent agencies could help reshape Hollywood
While the rest of Hollywood wrestles with concerns over diversity, the town’s most powerful companies — its leading talent agencies — have already taken steps toward improving inclusion.
Thomas Blumenthal I Gearys Beverly Hills
Thomas Blumenthal of Gearys Beverly Hills — which celebrates its 90th year in business this year — favors French cuffs and Charvet ties.
The annual Otis Report on the Creative Economy from Otis College of Art and Design said that creative industries are responsible for more than 16% of jobs in Los Angeles County.
The Music Center has announced nearly $3 million in new contributions from multiple donors.
Elan Lee I Exploding Kittens
Exploding Kittens co-founder Elan Lee keeps things casual despite his success.
Habitat Horticulture allows businesses to go green
Companies are embracing the multiple tangible benefits of installing living walls.
AllVoices, an app that enables employees to anonymously report harassment and other workplace issues, raised $3 million in seed funding.
Simms/Mann Foundation also donates $18M
UCLA has received a $30 million commitment from the Anthony and Jeanne Pritzker Family Foundation to support the renovation of the outdated Psychology Tower building on UCLA’s Westwood campus.
After turning down sale, chain will open in Newhall, Azusa
Despite reports of a possible sale last year, Laemmle Theatres now says it has turned down recent buyout offers and is opening a new multiplex this summer.
Sandy Trautwein I Aquarium of the Pacific
Aquarium of the Pacific's Sandy Trautwein mixes a crisp look and a hands-on style.