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Extra, Extra: There's Major Drama At The CA Coastal Commission
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- The Producer's Guild of America Awards were held yesterday, and The Big Short won...big.
- Here are some red carpet photos from the PGA Awards. Pretty Zzz, but it's worth mentioning that Michael B. Jordan looks great, and Ray Liotta looks like a corpse.
- Let's get all this Hollywood awards-nonsense over with up front: Julie Delpy is sorry for saying, "I wish I was African American."
- On this day in history: Two years ago, the New York Times Magazine put a picture of Hillary Clinton's face superimposed onto a moon, or something, on their cover. #NeverForget
- A 7.1 magnitude earthquake shook Alaska early Sunday morning; the largest earthquake the state has seen in decades. Maybe God is trying to tell us something.
- In today's most British-y news, Kate Middleton visited the set of Downton Abbey, and it got...sexual?
- The New York Times is on it: many struggling actors moonlight as Uber or Lyft drivers.
- Here's the L.A. Time's Steve Lopez on some d-r-a-m-a at the California Coastal Commission.
- Today would have been Sharon Tate's 73rd birthday. Here she is in the trailer for Valley of the Dolls, her most notorious film:
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