McDonald’s has announced that it would no longer market junk food to kids and it’s going to include more fruits and vegetables in on its adult menu. The move came after another fast food joint, Burger King, rolled out the lower-calorie French fries it has dubbed “Satisfries.” Apparently, they are 20% healthier but “taste the same.”
Mayor Eric Garcetti appointed the Hollywood veteran to be the city’s first film czar and head up the new Entertainment Industry and Production Office. The office is designed to make it easier to film movies and television shows in the city and to lobby for money to boost the California’s film incentive program. Sherak is a familiar face around Hollywood.
Guido Barilla, chairman of the Italy-based pasta brand Barilla, stated in an Italian radio interview that the company would never display gay families in their ads. This led to a firestorm on Twitter by gay rights activists sounding the call to boycott Barilla productions, including pastas, cookies and bread.
We look at a CA bill that proposes universal state healthcare, as well as Rep. Issa’s repeal plan; LA’s March 7th elections are approaching – we do a primer on Measures S, H, M and N; according to a new report, millennials aren’t migrating as much as previous generations – we explore the trend; and more.
We round up the latest in politics - President Trump's extensive plan on immigration enforcement, his new pick for National Security Advisor, SCOTUS hearings and more; how hackers can steal personal data while you charge your phone in public; we talk to Tony Fletcher about the life of singer Wilson Pickett; and more.
The Trump administration is reportedly contemplating ways to repeal DACA; with the 75th anniversary of the signing of the Japanese Internment Executive Order coming up on Sunday, we look back and remember; plus, Larry and film critics review the week’s latest releases, including “A Cure for Wellness” and “The Great Wall.” TGI-FilmWeek!
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