Should small theaters be forced to pay a minimum wage to actors?
The controversy surrounding the Centinela Valley Union High School District continues as a recall arises to replace the school board that hired its scandal-ridden former superintendent.
Some called it animal cruelty.
Chuck Lorre, the man behind those “snappy lines” is also the creative genius behind other CBS hits like “Mike and Molly,” “Mom” and TV’s number one comedy, “The Big Bang Theory.”
Everyone is welcome at Jurupa Valley City Hall. Well, perhaps not the Lone Ranger, wrestler Mil Mascaras, Batman or the Phantom of the Opera.
“This movie portrays S&M like a mental illness,” says Tara Indiana, a dominatrix.
MacLaine also suggested her friend Stephen Hawking brought about his crippling ALS on himself — to “free his mind” so that he could focus better on his scientific works.
Singer Miley Cyrus has given the ad an enthusiastic thumbs up.
“I’m hardly the first person to post something late at night and cringe at myself in the morning,” Raymond Dussault says.
Advertisements for Sony Pictures’ “The Interview” were taken down Thursday after the film’s Christmas Day release was canceled following a threat made by hackers.
And the rain had nothing to do with it.
Surfers told CBS2’s Bobby Kaple they are being harassed and forced to pay a $20 fee.
Also, a banner that read “Prayer Changes Things” has been removed from the teacher’s classroom.
The pot leaf costume is a favorite, so is a cigarette baby costume.
“You guys are putting a child in danger,” said one parent.