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Web Buzz: Charter-Time Warner deal, Kobe goes Hollywood, and more

As expected, Charter announced its deal to buy Time Warner Cable today. In a news released posted on the Charter website, the company says the deal is valued at $78.7 billion. This could be good news for many local Dodger fans who have been unable to watch home games due to a special arrangement the team made with Time Warner Cable. Included in the announcement today, Charter’s plans to purchase of  the country’s 6th largest Internet provider, Bright House Networks, too. “Put simply, the... Read More →

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Los Angeles Women’s International Film Festival

Screening features documentaries and student shorts made by women from around the globe at Woodbury University in Burbank. The Los Angeles Women’s International Film Festival is in its 11th year. Festival offers women filmmakers worldwide an opportunity to share their “share their unique stories and cultural experiences” with the Southland’s diverse audience.

The film festival is produced by the Alliance of Women Filmmakers, AWF, a non-profit organization. The festival reflects the organization’s “mission to educate and inform audiences of social, political, and health issues impacting women globally.” More information on AWF, the film festival as well as details and times of the screenings at

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World’s most powerful women: Oprah, Beyonce, and Hillary are on the list

  Forbes is out with a list of the females who wheel the most power in 2013. Some high-profile women made the list like First Lady Michelle Obama, Oprah Winfrey, Beyonce Knowles, and Hillary Clinton. Also making the grade, Diane Sawyer, Meg Whitman, Angelina Jolie, Dian von Furstenberg, and Arianna Huffington. However, the woman who rated the number one spot, might surprise you. Details here.

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