NEWS UPDATE Contact: Fred Karger 949-494-4750 July 25, 2008
BRAD and GEORGE ATTEND SAVING THE BOOM PREMIERE
AND LAGUNA BEACH FIRST CITY TO OPPOSE PROPOSITION 8!
LAGUNA BEACH – It’s been quite a couple of weeks. Last Tuesday, the Laguna Invasion of LA took place with several dozen Lagunans, who stared in the movie, coming up to Hollywood to see the World Premiere of John Keitel’s Saving the Boom documentary at the Outfest Film Festival. And there were two surprise guests at the Premiere, Brad (Pitt) and George (Clooney) who arrived on the red carpet and posed for photos with Premiere guests. Brad had flown in from Nice, where just days earlier Angelina had given birth to their twins. And George flew in from the set of his new fall comedy for HBO “The Fall of Bob.” He had gained 40 lbs for his new role and looked a little different.
The stars loved John’s movie and who knows; maybe they will buy the Coast Inn and SAVE the BOOM!!! once and for all.Brad, John, Fred and George at the Director’s Guild Theater last week for the World Premier of John Keitel’s Saving the Boom Documentary
Here some more pictures from that amazing night.Lagunans Andrew, Michael (Mr. March) and Eric with the starsCalendar Model Russ (Mr. June) and Chris Meeting Brad and GeorgeCalendar Model Mr. February Gustavo Made the trip up from the OC pictured with world renowned bagpiper Lorne Cousin from our AIG Demonstration in Century City on April 1st
AND THEN THE AFTER PARY AT FALCON
Where guests were greeted by four searchlights in front and several hundred people celebrated the success of John Keitel’s DocumentarySave the Boom Treasurer Shane, with Gustavo, Russ, Carlos and Calendar Contestant Coordinator BrianFilmmaker Extraordinaire John Keitel and his family at Falcon
It was a very fun and exciting night and special thanks go out to our sponsors, Skyy Vodka, Red Bull and Out Magazine.Film stars Ryan and Ty with Save the Boom Founder Fred Karger
LAGUNA BEACH BECOMES FIRST CITY TO OPPOSE PROPOSITION ON NOVEMBER BALLOT
After very emotional testimony and Council comments, the Laguna Beach City Council unamamously voted to oppose the anti gay marriage constitutional amendment — Proposition 8 on the November ballot. Many residents testified and many more witnessed history being made as Mayor Jane Egly, Mayor Pro Tem Cheryl, Kinsman, and Council Members Elizabeth Pearson, Toni Iseman and Kelly Boyd all listened, discussed and lead the state by being the first city in California to formally oppose Proposition 8.
Here are links to the news coverage by Susannah Rosenblatt for the LA Times and Kelli Hart for the Orange County Register. And an excellent editorial also from the LA Times:
For everyone attending Tuesday’s City Council Meeting, it was a night that we will never forget.
A heartfelt thanks goes out to our outstanding City Council. They are leading the way for equality and making lives better through their action and their words.
We will keep you posted on our ongoing efforts to SAVE the BOOM – Forever!!!!
Thanks to one and all!