entertainment: briefly

March 2011
Chicago Citizen - Chicago Weekend Edition;3/30/2011, Vol. 41 Issue 12, p13
The article offers news briefs in the entertainment industry in the U.S. including a tentative deal between writers guild and Hollywood studios, a new blues mural in Aberdeen, Mississippi, and the move of Twentieth Century Fox TV to use the Charles Gates Dawes House in filming a television pilot.


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