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Zap2It.comLet me review for you my pony analogy. When I was a little girl, I wanted a pony and every Christmas I truly believed this would be the year I would walk downstairs and see Casey (yes I had named my imaginary pony) calmly hanging out in the living room...
Zap2It.comFor its second issue of 2006, Emmy magazine, the publication of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, focused on science fiction, including a fashion spread with Joel Gretsch and Jacqueline McKenzie of the USA Network series "The 4400," which...
Zap2It.comThe Academy of Television Arts & Sciences has selected five honorees to earn induction into the Academy's Hall of Fame, a crew led by "TJ Hooker" star William Shatner. Also warranting celebration this year are Tom Brokaw, James Burrows, Leonard...
Zap2It.comKelsey Grammer has won his fifth Primetime Emmy Award, and he didn't even have to appear on camera to get it. Grammer, who has won four previous times for "Frasier," picked up his latest honor for his voice-over work as Sideshow Bob on "The Simpsons." He...
Zap2It.comBefore the sun rises in Los Angeles Thursday, Lauren Graham will know whether the new voting system for the Primetime Emmy Awards really made a difference. Graham, the star of "Gilmore Girls," is one of the poster children for the changes the Academy...
Tags: Elections, Comedy (genre), Kristen Bell, FX (tv channel), Unions
Phil Witt joined WDAF-TV FOX 4 in Kansas City, MO in 1979 as weekend news anchor and staff reporter. Phil currently is news anchor and senior reporter for WDAF-TV and anchors FOX 4 News at 6:00 p.m. & 10:00 p.m. He has been the anchor of both of those...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterPresident Bush's top political advisor met Sunday with the country's entertainment titans in Beverly Hills in an attempt to enlist Hollywood in persuading the world that Americans are the good guys in the war on terrorism. Karl Rove began the 90-minute...
The Emmy Awards telecast, delayed three weeks by the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, was called off Sunday after the United States and Britain launched a military attack in Afghanistan. Whether the show would be rescheduled was unresolved. If this year's...
Tags: Television, Entertainment, CBS Corp., Defense, Afghanistan
Courant TV CriticA premium cable show about a family mortuary business in Los Angeles garnered the most nominations for prime-time Emmy Awards during brief ceremonies held by the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences at the break of dawn Thursday. "Six Feet Under" earned...
Sun StaffA senior at Loyola Blakefield was presented with the first James K. McManus Award for excellence in journalism or the literary arts at the school's annual awards ceremony yesterday at the campus in Towson. McManus, better known as sports commentator...
Compiled from wire reportsImdb.com reports that friends of Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher predict wedding bells are not far off. Moore, 40, has been dating Kutcher, 25, for only a few months, but a friend has hinted the relationship is already very serious. The source confides to...
Tribune movie reporterIf someone had planned to honor the best works in classical music or the visual arts this weekend, it's unlikely anyone would complain that celebrating such art is in bad taste when a war is being fought. Yet movies are perhaps the greatest American...
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