This week the Center for Economic Development at Cleveland State University issued a report that said Ohio's tax lures for movie-makers have led to work for thousands of people, and millions of dollars in economic impact.
Today (Wednesday and Thursday) film industry advocates are at the Ohio Statehouse to talk to lawmakers about increasing the amount of tax-credits available to film-makers. Executive Director of Film Dayton, Megan Cooper is making the trip. Today she’ll testify before the House Ways and Means Committee about the benefits brought by the tax incentives.
Do you have tunes for Rosemary Clooney like Come On-A My House and Mambo Italiano?
I heard both of those and many others at the Victoria a couple of nights ago. The Human Race has a new musical that captures Rosemary Clooney’s career. It’s all about the challenges she faced as wife, mother and performer and these are related with her nervous breakdown, depression and drug addiction.