With the writer's strike stretching on, the fate of the 80th annual Academy Awards has become as shaky as the plot of a Jerry Bruckheimer film.The program’s producer, Gil Cates, insists the show will go on — but when asked how that’ll happen should the Writer's Guild of America (WGA) not have a new contract by February 24th, he’s cagey. Giving it away, he says, would put their plan in jeopardy.
-- Our Issue has Issues in Famous, February 2008
Our Issue has Apostrophe Issues. You would think the editor would proofread her own editorial once or twice. Should be writers' strike and Writers Guild of America. Note: the errors are in the tangible magazine; the editable online version is correct.
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