West Hollywood celebrates high court’s rulings on gay marriage

They were visibly relieved by the Proposition 8 ruling. “Wow,” Allen whispered. “I didn’t think this would happen.” The couple Sutherland is a West Hollywood resident and Allen is visiting from London met at the Abbey. On Wednesday, they took a sip of the champagne, nibbled on a tiny bit of the wedding cake and ordered breakfast. Then they snapped souvenir photos with their cellphones so they would have keepsakes from the big day. The Abbey opened early so people could gather to learn of the rulings live.
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Healthy Hollywood: Get Movin’ Monday – Train With Madonna!

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She had me skipping on an elevated treadmill for 30 minutes and we did a series of intense toning exercises. All I remember was the sweat was on and I was a little bit sore afterwards. Hey, no pain, no gain! Nicole is super sweet and has a wealth of fitness information.
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Madonna kicks off the MDNA North America Tour Opener in Philadelphia on August 28, 2012 -- Getty Images

On the web side, Hilary Lewis has joined the New York team as a staff editor for THR.com, Pete Keeley as online copy chief, Kyleen James as photo editor, Daniel Reynoso as web producer, Stephanie Fischette as video producer and Nicole Breanne as social media editor. Lewis arrives to THR.com from NYPost.com, where she spent the last six years covering the business side of the entertainment industry. Keeley comes from a three-year stint at sister publication Backstage and before that was a THR copy editor in the features department. Reynoso started as an intern for the Hollywood Creative Directory in 2010 while studying filmmaking at Cal State University, Northridge.
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The Hollywood Reporter Announces Nine Hires, Five Promotions

Then again, who can forget a bald Britney Spears attacking a paparazzo’s car with an umbrella circa 2007? Heck, even Charlie Sheen has a shot at “winning” the hot mess award with his 2011 public meltdown… tiger blood and all.
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Jackie Chan – Set In Stone: Jackie Chan’s Stardom Is Cemented In Hollywood History

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Described as a more exclusive honour than Hollywood’s WoF by The Daily Mail, a special ‘handprint’ ceremony was held yesterday (6th June) where Chan made his prints in front of an audience including Jaden Smith – son of Will Smith and Chan’s young co-star in the recent remake of The Karate Kid. It is not known where previous prints vanished to, however spokespeople from the Chinese Theatre say that rather than being stolen, the slab was removed to make room for new entries.  Also in attendance was fellow Rush Hour series actor and friend, Chris Tucker , who appeared alongside Chan in the hugely commercially successful martial arts/comedy action blockbusters. Giving a speech at the event, Tucker showed his respect for Buddhist and fighting expert Chan: “It was just an honour to be in a movie with him…He’s been a mentor, a big brother.
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Shakespeare in the Hollywood Park: ‘Much Ado About Nothing’ Debuts at Oscars Outdoors

EDT, June 7, 2013 Visitors to Hollywood Casino in Perryville can now walk through the door with hopes of winning more than a big slots score or lucrative poker jackpot. The casino, owned by Penn National, is offering a series of contests and events in partnership with the Aberdeen IronBirds, a minor league affiliate of the Orioles’. Starting Monday, casino goers can enter to win merchandise signed by IronBirds owner and Orioles great Cal Ripken Jr. There is, of course, something of a catch: Getting an entry form requires getting a Club Hollywood Card, which enters you in the company’s sophisticated tracking and communication program. Most semi-regular gamblers sign up for the program anyway. On July 12, promotional teams from the casino will be at the IronBirds game giving out merchandise and offering details on other promotions.
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Hollywood Casino teams with Aberdeen IronBirds for summer promotions

“I tried to chicken out of this one,” he told THR. “I was so terrified to do Shakespeare. Thank God [Whedon] is brilliant and he’s a good friend.
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Kung fu gang

Huawei, probably better known as a leading telecoms gear maker under fire from U.S. politicians over its potential links to the Chinese state, is looking to drive sales of its consumer devices, but is hobbled by not having effective consumer retail channels. Traditionally, it co-brands its devices with carriers. In an interview on Friday, Guo told Reuters he sees this changing as Huawei shifts from focusing on the technology in its devices to better understanding consumers’ tastes and perceptions. “In some ways, (designing) a smartphone is in the middle of Silicon Valley and Hollywood,” he said.
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