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Is Colonel Sanders Now In Real Estate? ;)

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If California pursues a cap on rent increases, how many tenants will it help? No one really knows yet.

By Matt Levin, CALmatters What happened to all that talk about rent control? Less than four months after an initiative to allow cities to expand rent control failed overwhelmingly at the ballot box, and less than four months after then-incoming Gov. Gavin Newsom discussed brokering a compromise between tenant and landlord groups, no new legislation from lawmakers or specific proposals from the Newsom administration have been introduced to cap how much rents can rise. Legislators who have backed...
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Glendale approves ‘right to lease,’ reining in landords as Southern California affordable housing stock shrinks

In an effort to address the city’s rising housing costs, the Glendale City Council has approved a “right to lease” ordinance requiring apartment landlords to offer tenants a one-year lease and provide relocation assistance if they raise rents above 7 percent. The ordinance, which was adopted in a 3-0 vote by the Council on Tuesday, will go into effect March 14.  Apartment complexes with fewer than five units will not be subject to the one-year lease requirement but must still provide relocation ...
Tags: Real Estate, News, Housing, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Sport, Development, Soccer, Glendale, Rent, Local News, Council, Zillow, Southern California, Pomona, Santa Monica


Los Angeles metro area is No. 1 in the nation for apartment-industry jobs

Looking for work in the apartment industry? A new report from the National Apartment Association says Los Angeles is the top metro area in the nation for apartment jobs. The association’s Apartment Job Snapshot shows L.A. accounted for 6.1 percent of all U.S. apartment jobs during the fourth quarter of 2018. It held the same percentage and top slot a year earlier. Dallas ranked second with 5.9 percent, followed by Washington, D.C. (3.6 percent) and Seattle and San Francisco, which tied for fifth...
Tags: Business, Housing, Washington, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Sport, Soccer, Dallas, Rent, Seattle, NAA, Zumper, Santa Monica, Tom Adams, NAR, Munger


‘Schooled’ Boss Breaks Down ‘Rent’ Episode and Plans to Tackle ‘Saved by the Bell’

SPOILER ALERT: Do not read if you have not yet watched “Money for RENT,” the fifth episode of the first season of “Schooled.” It only took a few episodes for “Schooled,” ABC and Adam F. Goldberg’s 1990s-set comedy centered on a high school music teacher to dedicate an episode to “Rent,” the 1996 Pulitzer Prize-winning musical that […]
Tags: News, Abc, Features, Rent, Saved By The Bell, Adam F. Goldberg, Schooled


How Do I Love a Problem Like ‘Rent’?

The televised Fox production of Rent Live,  other than the production hiccups that led to it being majorly pre-recorded rather than actually “live,” resurrected both the problems and affection I had with the original stage musical. The lyrics still resonated with me even if I now scratch my head at the story, characters, and the handling of the historical context. In 2007, I was a middle schooler in Texas exploring the concept of sexuality. As a middle schooler under a conservative father...
Tags: Texas, Television, Movies, Angels, America, Features, Broadway, Angel, Rent, Houston, Musical, Pascal, Rapp, Anthony Rapp, Mark, Mimi


Fox Stands by ‘Rent Live’ in Face of Taped Rehearsal Snafu [TCA 2019]

With Grease: Live and A Christmas Story , Fox can claim at least 50% credit for bringing the live musical back to TV. NBC has done their share of live musical heavy lifting too. However,  Rent: Live was the first production that did not go according to plan. An injury prevented star Brennan Hunt from performing live, so a prerecorded dress rehearsal was aired instead. Speaking with the Television Critics Association today, new Fox Entertainment president Charlie Collier stood by the...
Tags: Television, Movies, Nbc, Fox, Broadway, Rent, Musical, Rupert Murdoch, Television Critics Association, COLLIER, Marc Platt, Dana -LSB- Walden, Marc, Charlie Collier, Fox Entertainment, Gary -LSB- Newman


From ‘A Star Is Born’ to ‘Dumplin’: How Hollywood has Embraced the Art of Drag

When “RuPaul’s Drag Race” launched on Logo a decade ago, it was watched by so few people that the inaugural run was later lovingly dubbed “The Lost Season.” But as the years and seasons of that reality competition series went on, its popularity grew exponentially and its influence subsequently spread over other parts of the […]
Tags: Hollywood, Features, Rent, A Star is Born, Dumplin, Can You Ever Forgive Me, Growing Up is a Drag


This Is Hell


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‘Rent’ Star Brennin Hunt: ‘Maybe My Foot Broke for a Reason’

Brennin Hunt has had a whirlwind weekend. Hunt was set to play musician Roger Davis on Sunday in Fox’s live version of “Rent” — a role that he says “feels like home to me” because he, too, is a singer-songwriter and he knows what it feels like to try to write a powerful song. But […]
Tags: News, Features, Fox, Rent, Hunt, Roger Davis, Brennin Hunt


Did a straight man rip off ‘RENT’ from a lesbian’s 1990 novel?

"Rent" has a lot of similarities to Sarah Schulman's 1990 novel "People in Trouble." Coincidence?
Tags: Entertainment, Lifestyle, Rent, Ad Friendly, Queerty, Jonathan Larson, Sarah Schulman, People in Trouble


TV Ratings: ‘Rent’ on Fox Puts Up Lowest Ratings Ever for Live Musical

Fox’s live staging of “Rent” on Sunday night is currently at the lowest ratings ever for a live broadcast musical. In the overnight ratings, “Rent” averaged a 1.3 rating in adults 18-49 and 3.4 million viewers. That is below previous last place holder, “A Christmas Story Live,” which drew a 1.5 rating and 4.5 million […]
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TV Review: “Rent”

The writing was on the wall when Fox’s live production of “Rent” opened with a hefty asterisk: This musical event, despite every effort otherwise, was “pre-recorded earlier.” As the cast explained after the first commercial break, the actor in the lead role of Roger (Brennin Hunt) broke his foot during dress rehearsal the night before, […]
Tags: News, Fox, Rent, Kiersey Clemons, Vanessa Hudgens, Roger Brennin Hunt


‘Rent’ Star Injured in Live Performance, Original Broadway Cast to Appear

Brennin Hunt, who was set to perform as Roger Davis in Fox’s live version of “Rent,” injured his ankle during the live dress rehearsal on Sat. 26. But, as they say, the show must go on. The network declined Variety’s request to confirm how severe the injury is, but a source says they may have to use […]
Tags: News, Fox, Rent, Variety, Roger Davis, Brennin Hunt


How ‘Rent’ Inspired a Multi-Platinum Songwriting Career (Guest Column)

I’ll never forget seeing “Rent” for the first time. My mom used to bring me to shows in New York, so I was used to “Phantom of the Opera” and “Cats,” which are great, but hadn’t really hit home as an artist. “Rent” was the most inspiring musical I had ever seen. When I was 16 […]
Tags: New York, Rent, Columns, Ryan Cabrera


What $1M in Bay Area Startup Dollars Buys You in 12 Other Cities

View the Slideshow The cost of doing business is always on the mind of startup executives. Salaries, rent, and other expenses like software licenses can often make or break a company.Much of the math comes down to how much money you can raise for your business, and startups often look to San Francisco and Silicon Valley to find the capital they need. Where the business is based would seem to have an impact on how much money it can raise: If you’re a San Francisco startup, you’d presumably get ...
Tags: Startups, Business, New York, Technology, NYC, Boston, Milwaukee, Funding, Expenses, New York City, San Francisco, Trends, Startup, Tech, Hire, Vc


No rent money? No problem. Property management firm gives furloughed federal workers a break

Rachel Lopez of La Puente spent up a storm on Christmas gifts before the bad news came: She’d be furloughed. A month later, with no end in sight to the federal government’s partial shutdown, she was afraid she could be evicted. Then she got a letter from her landlord. Don’t sweat the rent, it said. You can pay us back after it’s over. And by the way, would you like a loan? Beach Front Property Management, a company based in Long Beach handling single-family house and apartment rentals in Los Ang...
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Inside the Production Design of Fox’s Live Version of ‘Rent’

Traditionally, when Jonathan Larson’s “Rent” is performed on stage, the production design is minimal, consisting primarily of some scaffolding and a sculptural tree, with a long table, some chairs and a trash can as key set decorations. When approaching Fox’s live broadcast of the musical, production designer Jason Sherwood knew he had to honor that […]
Tags: Artisans, Features, Production, Fox, Rent, Jonathan Larson, Jason Sherwood, Michael Greif


Homesnap will pay monthly mortgage of 10 federal workers

Home listings portal Homesnap is offering to pay the mortgage or rent of 10 workers affected by the now 31-day long partial shutdown of the federal government.
Tags: Technology, Government, Radio, Washington Dc, Mitch McConnell, Rent, Mortgage, Donald Trump, Government Shutdown, Industry News, News Brief, Border Wall, Homesnap, Furloughed Workers


How Fox’s Live Version of ‘Rent’ Honors and ‘Enhances’ Jonathan Larson’s Vision

In the more than 20 years since Jonathan Larson’s “Rent” first debuted on Broadway, the conversation of adaptation has often come up: Film director Chris Columbus infamously brought the story to the big screen in 2005, Michael John Warren similarly shot one of the final performances of the original theater run in 2008, and talk […]
Tags: News, Features, Fox, Broadway, Rent, Jonathan Larson, Vanessa Hudgens, Valentina, Michael Greif, Jordan Fisher, Chris Columbus, Brandon Victor Dixon, Brennin Hunt, Michael John Warren


Renting A Home More Affordable Than Buying In 59 Percent Of U.S. Housing Markets

Home Prices Outpacing Wages in 80 Percent of the U.S. Housing Markets Irvine, CA – Jan. 10, 2019 (PRNewswire) ATTOM Data Solutions, curator of the nation’s premier property database, today released its 2019 Rental Affordability Report, which shows that renting a three-bedroom property is more affordable than buying a median-priced home in 442 of 755 U.S. counties analyzed for the report — 59 percent. The analysis incorporated recently released fair market rent data for 2019 from the U.S. Depart...
Tags: Real Estate, Renting, News, California, Boston, Buy, Radio, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Tennessee, Rent, Ohio, Michigan, Rental, Orange County California, U S Department of Housing and Urban Development, Monroe County Florida


A Hot Cup of Murder

One time, the Archbishop of St. Louis tried to shut down a New Line show called Sex, Drugs, and Rock & Roll. I'm not kidding. He failed. Well, he successfully shut down our preview, but we were open again for opening night. You can read about that here.Our show was just a revue of theatre songs on those topics, three of the most powerful forces on humans, including songs from Rent, Hedwig and the Angry Inch, Avenue Q, Songs for a New World, Hair, The Rocky Horror Show, Kiss of the Spider Woman,...
Tags: Amazon, Musicals, Sex, Senate, Religion, Theatre, America, Preston, Broadway, Violence, Rent, Arthur Conan Doyle, Theater, Shakespeare, St Louis, Rocky Horror


U.S. Renters Spent $504 Billion on Housing in 2018

– Renters spent more on housing than ever before in 2018, even with fewer renter households – Renters paid $12.6 billion more in rent this year than they did in 2017 – which is about a 2.6 percent increase. – There are about 43.2 million households renting in the United States, a slight decline from 2017. – More than 10 percent ($55.6 billion) of all rent collected in the United States came from renters living in the New York City metro area. – Rents are currently rising the fastest in Orlando a...
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Broadway Pop!

I have fallen in love with Funko Pops figures -- they're so odd but so wonderful. In recent months, Funko has released several Little Shop of Horrors figures, as well as two versions of both Danny and Sandy in Grease, and big collections of figures from Beauty and the Beast and Aladdin.But wait, there's more! I was fortunate enough to happen upon Amanda Tang's Broadway Pop store on Etsy, and it was like I had died and gone to musical theatre memorabilia heaven. She has custom Funko Pops for Ham...
Tags: Musicals, Etsy, Berlin, Theatre, Chicago, Claude, Broadway, Hud, Rent, Brian, Reno, Hamilton, Rosemary, Rose, Lin-manuel Miranda, Rosie


Southern Californians spend as much on rent as Arizona, Colorado and Oregon collect in taxes

Here’s why the rent control issue won’t go away in California any year soon. We are talking real money. Southern Californians renters will pay landlords an estimated $47.8 billion in 2018 — up $2.6 billion in a year. A new study by apartment tracker HotPads shows total rents paid in Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside and San Bernardino counties this year — up 5.8 percent in a year — are on par with total annual revenues of corporate titans such as Cisco computer networks or HCA healthcare or Caterpi...
Tags: Business, Real Estate, New York, California, Housing, Washington, Oregon, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Cisco, Sport, Economy, Soccer, Rent, Local News, Southern California


TV News Roundup: Fox Releases ‘Gotham’ Final Season Trailer and ‘Rent Live’ Key Art

In today’s TV news roundup, Fox released a new trailer for the last season of “Gotham,” as well as key art for its upcoming live version of “Rent,” and Deborah Ayorinde is joining NBC’s upcoming ensemble drama “The Village.” FIRST LOOKS Fox released a new, film-style trailer for the fifth and final season of “Gotham,” premiering Jan. 3 at […]
Tags: News, Nbc, Gotham, Fox, Rent, The Village, Deborah Ayorinde, Fox Releases ` Gotham


Valentina and the cast of the live musical ‘Rent’ have a message for you on World AIDS Day

The live musical Rent airs on Fox Jan. 27, but if you are looking to check out the sexy up-and-coming member of the cast check out the cast's video on the 30th anniversary of World AIDS Day.
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Glendale City Council adopts temporary rent cap

The Glendale City Council voted 3-1 early Wednesday after a marathon meeting to cap rent increases at 5 percent for a two-month period, according to a city statement. The rent freeze was adopted while the city studies a possible ordinance mandating tenants get one-year leases and other possible tenant protections. However, the council stopped short of considering a plan to make Glendale the 16th city in the state adopting rent control. The freeze will be in effect from Dec. 27 through Feb. 27, a...
Tags: Business, California, Sport, Soccer, Glendale, Rent, Local News, Council, Glendale City Council, Golden State, Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors, Ara Najarian, Vartan Gharpetian, Paula Devine, Zareh Sinanyan, Vrej Agajanian


Election 2018: California’s rent-control measure defeated

A hard-fought and controversial campaign to expand rent control in California, home to some of the priciest housing markets in the nation, was defeated Tuesday night. Proposition 10, the measure to broaden rent control’s reach by repealing a state law restricting its use, trailed throughout the night as it was soundly rejected by the state’s voters. “The stunning margin of victory shows California voters clearly understood the negative impacts Prop. 10 would have on the availability of affordabl...
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