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The UCLA Film & Television Archive's Festival of Preservation turns its spotlight on the small screen with a tribute Saturday to the television work of an award-winning actress and a celebration March 23 of an acclaimed but short-lived ABC anthology...
When “Downton Abbey” returned last month for its third season, it was only a matter of time before Jimmy Fallon revived his popular spoof, “Downton Sixbey,” named for the studio at Rockefeller Center where “Late Night”...
The sad news is that after seven seasons on the air, "30 Rock" is finally leaving us. The good news is that it will live on in our hearts, our minds ... and our guts? On Thursday, the one-hour series finale will bring to a close the story of Liz Lemon,...
Channel Guide MagazineBen & Jerry's is famed for coming up with creative, sometimes quirky, themed flavors for its popular ice cream, and this week will see the unveiling of another new one. The Vermont-based company has announced that it will reveal a flavor aimed at...
"Saturday Night Live" tapped into excitement over the Super Bowl and the amusement over Ray Lewis' exuberance during the Weekend Update segment. Kenan Thompson appeared in jersey and face paint as Lewis, whom host Seth Meyers interviewed. The highlight...
The Hartford Courant— J.J. Watt may have spit on the Patriots' midfield logo before this AFC divisional playoff game, but it is Wes Welker who continues, game after game, year after year, to spit in the face of football convention. Running back Shane Vereen may have...
TV WatchersWhen the ArtsQuest Center at SteelStacks in Bethlehem opened, ArtsQuest turned to the Lehigh Valley's own Lou Reda Productions in Easton to produce a documentary that showcases the site's historic and cultural significance. Now you can own a copy of......
WASHINGTON -- Connoisseurs of democratic decadence can savor a variety of contemporary dystopias. Because familiarity breeds banality, Greece has become a boring horror. Japan, however, in its second generation of stagnation is fascinating. Once, Japan...
There’s no avoiding the Robbins Brothers commercials and mistletoe. ’Tis the season for romance. Wedding-industry insiders have dubbed this time of year “proposal season” because November throughFebruary is the most popular...
Tags: Vera Wang, Photography, Family, Tampa, New York City
The TV Guy - Orlando SentinelThe TV highlights Thursday night: 1. Meredith Vieira hosts “A White House Christmas: First Families Remember” at 8 on NBC. If you miss Vieira on “Today,” you'll want to tune in. Sharing their holiday memories in the president's...
These days, one of the hardest reservations to make in Baltimore is a table at Ouzo Bay, the eye-catching Greek restaurant that opened in Harbor East in September. Boosted by reviews from critics and devoted Yelpers, Ouzo Bay has quickly become a new...
AP Science WriterNEW YORK (AP) — To millions of people, the Christmas tree is a cheerful sight. To scientists who decipher the DNA codes of plants and animals, it's a monster. We're talking about the conifer, the umbrella term for cone-bearing trees like the...
Tags: Genetics, Norway, DNA, Genes and Chromosomes, Holidays
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