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Blue Crush was the first film to use Hawaii’s Act 221, a progressive local tax incentive that called for a 100 percent state tax credit for high-tech investments meeting the requirements for qualified high-tech business, while also allowing local investors to receive tax credits for investments in film or television productions. [6] [7] Universal Studios used the legislation for the Blue Crush production, receiving approximately $16 million in a deal with local investors who, in exchange, received the film's high-tech tax credits. The agreement also involved marketing rights for the Hawaii Visitors and Convention Bureau whereby the studio would cross-promote the film and the State of Hawaii. Entertainment executive April Masini , who helped produce Baywatch Hawaii , Pacific Blue , and the Miss Universe Pageant, brought the tax incentives to the attention of Universal Studios, [8] and along with producer Adam Fields advised the state in its negotiation. [6]

“Patton and I have been saying this since the very beginning — we really are literally looking forward to the normalcy and stability of life,” Salenger says. “All I want in life is to wake up and make Alice breakfast and take her to school. We’re just looking forward to the daily routine of life. Family dinner, bath time, book time, bed time. That’s all I ever really fantasized about.”

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Okay, so some years back when funk singer Nikka Costa dropped the songs “Everybody’s Got Their Something” and “Like a Feather,” I was pretty sure she was a black woman. Her voice, even to this day, reminds me of the voice of strong black singers like Leela James, and her songs were soooo funky, I just assumed…Well, you know what they say about assuming. Either way, a lot of people are fans of her distinctive voice, even Prince. The purple one and Costa have performed together on multiple occasions.

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