Tony Rizzo’s ‘Hollywood Today’ is a weekly column in over 800 newspapers nationwide. In this week’s Hollywood Today Rizzo featured Ben Savage’s announcement for a West Hollywood City Council seat:
“At a party in the home of Larry Block, publisher of the online newspaper WEHOville, Ben Savage of “Boy Meets World” (1993-2000) announced his candidacy for West Hollywood City Council. Just another actor going into politics? Not quite. Savage received a degree in political science from Stanford University and interned for U.S. Sen. Arlen Specter. At 41, he’s lived in West Hollywood for 10 years and wants to make it a better place to live. Maybe the only way we can change West Hollywood is to unleash a savage onto it!”
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