TGA Agent Nick Collins Has The Passion

By John Russo— 2/19/2009

Passion…. Not only does agent Nick Collins have passion for the entertainment business, but also when he is signing clients. A native of Reading Massachusetts, Collins moved to Los Angeles with aspirations of working in the entertainment industry. He got his start at a small boutique talent agency. Although it was small, Nick worked closely with actors and fell in love with the agency business.

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Henry Winkler Is At 40 Years And Counting


By Anna Scheer — 2/19/2009

Not many entertainers can say they’ve been in the industry for forty years and counting. But Henry Winkler can.
He has lived many roles including actor, producer, director, and Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Governor. Most of us remember him as the Fonz from “Happy Days,” but Winkler has proven to be dynamic throughout the entertainment world.

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Asia Takes Over The Governor’s Ball

By Christina Barkhorn — 2/18/2009

The Governor’s Ball has gone from an event with just tables, centerpieces and food to a major production taking over two weeks to set up physically. For the past twenty years, Cheryl Cecchetto has produced the Governor’s Ball and this year’s Asian inspired theme reflects the state of the economy and the future of producing events. The major Asian elements of wood, fire, earth, metal, water, and air bring relief from the stress in these challenging times and financial meltdown.

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City Councilor Arrested

There is a chill at Boston’s City Hall and it’s not coming from the weather.
City Councilman Chuck Turner has been charged with allegedly accepting one thousand dollars worth of bribes from a nightclub owner to keep his liquor license and then lying to federal agents.

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