Hollywood Nation: ‘glee’ Says Goodbye

27 2013 at 2:24 PM Categories: Crazytown xubangwen / Flickr Only days after the city of West Hollywood enacted one of the nation’s first bans on fur clothing, a local boutique called Mayfair House has filed suit in U.S. District Court. See also: West Hollywood Fur Ban Hits on Last Day of Summer. The store essentially claims that the town has no right to ban new fur retailing because the product is derived from wild animals such as foxes, minks, beavers and coyotes, which are under the purview of state law. In other words, the lawsuit, obtained by the Weekly, argues, … … that the WeHo City Council has no business interfering with state rules. It says California has the “exclusive authority” … … to enact legislation relating to the protection of wildlife, and that authority includes the power to pass laws regulating the market for products of wildlife. Sounds persuasive to us. As we noted previously, the law is just another typical attempt to generate headlines by city officials.

“The Collaboration: Hollywood’s Pact with Hitler,” by Ben Urwand

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West Hollywood’s Ridiculous Fur Ban Met With Lawsuit

They were moviemakers, and all they wanted was to amass fortunes and sit at the best table in the Brown Derby and play their mogul games and sing their mogul songs. If they prostituted themselves, they may have been shameful, but they were true to their nature. But if Urwand labors to turn a scholarly molehill into a mountain, he does the opposite in narrative moments throughout The Collaboration. One such instance occurs on the first page of the prologue, a description of a private viewing of King Kong. They saw an enormous gorilla . . . fall off the Empire State Building, Urwand writes. One of the characters muttered something about beauty and the beast. One of the characters? Muttered? Something? In fact, the speaker is Carl Denham (not so incidentally a movie director, who sets the entire plot in motion), and he clearly declares, It was beauty killed the beast. One of the most famous lines in movie history, this is hardly a random aside; its the take-away. Not to belabor a single sentence, but Urwand misrepresents the speaker, the statement and the tone.