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By Matt Bellner | March 26, 2008
Moviegoers looking for a one-two punch of comedy and romance should tape up their entertainment gloves and buy a ringside ticket for ?The Hammer.? It?s a low-budget film that delivers comedic body blows while warming the hearts of fans of independent cinema. ?The Hammer? stars Adam Carolla as a 40-year-old Burbank construction worker and part-time boxing instructor named Jerry Ferro. Jerry used to be a promising amateur fighter in the late 1980s but for the last 20 years he?s been getting knocked around in his personal and professional life.
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September 29, 2009
Even though it received full coverage and a picture of the ceremony of throwing sins into the water for Rosh Hashana (“Celebrating the Jewish New Year,” Sept. 22), I felt that something was missing. The letter from John Andersen (“A deeper look into Jewish tradition,” Sept. 24) a few days later filled in a lot of information about Jewish history. But I was disappointed that the same fact was still missing. It seems important to me that this holiday is the celebration of a new year for the Hebrew calendar beginning on the year 5770; 5,769 years of the Jewish calendar have elapsed.
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By Christopher Cadelago | September 21, 2009
DOWNTOWN — The owner of a furniture store has been sued by comedian Adam Carolla for allegedly defaulting on three months’ worth of rent for using his warehouse at the Burbank Airport Commerce Center. In the lawsuit filed against Lounge 22 LLC Aug. 28 in Los Angeles Superior Court, Carolla is seeking nearly $45,000 in unpaid rent for the 12,368-square-foot warehouse from May through July, and about $500 for each day since Aug. 1. On July 2, Lounge 22 owner Armen Gharabegian was given three days to either settle the debt or return possession of the property at 7679 San Fernando Road, according to court records.
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September 29, 2009
Even though it received full coverage and a picture of the ceremony of throwing sins into the water for Rosh Hashana (“Celebrating the Jewish New Year,” Sept. 22), I felt that something was missing. The letter from John Andersen (“A deeper look into Jewish tradition,” Sept. 24) a few days later filled in a lot of information about Jewish history. But I was disappointed that the same fact was still missing. It seems important to me that this holiday is the celebration of a new year for the Hebrew calendar beginning on the year 5770; 5,769 years of the Jewish calendar have elapsed.
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By Matt Bellner | March 26, 2008
Moviegoers looking for a one-two punch of comedy and romance should tape up their entertainment gloves and buy a ringside ticket for ?The Hammer.? It?s a low-budget film that delivers comedic body blows while warming the hearts of fans of independent cinema. ?The Hammer? stars Adam Carolla as a 40-year-old Burbank construction worker and part-time boxing instructor named Jerry Ferro. Jerry used to be a promising amateur fighter in the late 1980s but for the last 20 years he?s been getting knocked around in his personal and professional life.
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