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  • What Acting Has to do With the Price of Gas

    Gas prices have been giving actors a break in traffic heavy locales like L.A., Atlanta and Austin, but that could soon change, according to analysts. Those likely to feel the pinch first are Angelinos. 
    “The seasonal lift in gasoline prices remains well underway across the country, with the West Coast seeing the most excruciating rate of price increases,” says Patrick DeHaan, senior petroleum analyst with GasBuddy.com, a website that tracks and analyzes gas prices. “Not only is the national average up some 27 cents per gallon versus last month, but some areas- like California- are seeing extra hits at the pump as a refinery explosion and seasonal gasoline requirements leading to a home run- and not for the home team.”
    Given that the price of gas has been so blissfully low for so long — California, in fact, just voted to lower it’s gas tax — many actors have stopped worrying about the cost of filling their tanks between auditions. But considering the challenge (and related cost) of, say, getting from Burbank to Culver City in L.A. traffic, or going from downtown to midtown in Atlanta, or just getting across downtown Austin, gas prices could be a renewed concern for tight-budgeted

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