Hollywood and Bollywood signed a cooperation pact Wednesday at Paramount, creating the Los Angeles-Indian Film Council.
Nearly 140 acres behind the iconic Hollywood sign will be saved from development as the result of donations from some of entertainment's largest companies and orgs, along with a final $900,000 from…
SkyTag, the innovator of large scale Supermurals, will donate $12.5 million to purchase the 138 acres of land surrounding the Hollywood sign.
From: Rachel Rogers firstname.lastname@example.org> To: Cochrane, Brian J (RBI-US) Sent: Mon Feb 08 21:56:59 2010 Subject: Campaign announced to Save the Hollywood Sign’s Land Hi Brian, With all of the…
Public fundraiser campaigns to save Cahuenga Peak from the hands of developers.
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