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  • 'I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell'

    I have no idea if they serve beer in hell. But I have some notion of what might be playing at the Hades AMC 20. It's "I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell," probably on a double bill with " All About Steve." Tucker Max, an Internet and publishing phenomenon...
  • 'The Patty Duke Show': Season One

    'The Patty Duke Show': Season One
    After establishing herself as an award-caliber young star as Helen Keller in both the original stage and screen versions of "The Miracle Worker," Duke conquered television in dual roles as (per the famous theme song) "cousins, identical cousins" Patty and...
  • Season 4

    Season 4
    Episode 401: The Tooth Fairy Tats Original Air Date: April 5, 2000 Cartman impersonates the Tooth Fairy. Episode 402: Cartman's Silly Hate Crime Original Air Date: April 12, 2000 The FBI pursues Cartman for committing a hate crime. Episode 403:...
  • Academy-Award Actress Patricia Neal, Dead At 84

    Academy-Award Actress Patricia Neal, Dead At 84
    Patricia Neal, the willowy, husky-voiced actress who won an Academy Award for 1963's "Hud" and then survived several strokes to continue acting, died on Sunday. She was 84. Neal had lung cancer and died at her home in Edgartown, Mass., on Martha's...
  • Ari's Golden Quotes

    Ari's Golden Quotes
    Ari Gold: Let's hug it out, bitch. ____________ Ari Gold: Call me Helen Keller because I'm a f***ing miracle worker! ____________ Vince: [talking to Eric at a Hollywood party] Look at where we are. Did you ever think we'd have this? ____________...
  • City Lights: Seeing beyond the visual

    One of my best-kept secrets is that I'm terribly nearsighted. I wear contacts most of the time, but my glasses are nearly a centimeter thick on the outer edges. In two ways, I'm lucky — first, that I live in a part of the world that easily...
  • This Week On Broadway

    This Week On Broadway
    This week on Broadway, one revival opened, another one closed and a new musical is in the wings. Ken Ludwig's comedy "Lend me a Tenor," which opened Sunday at the Music Box theater, is back on Broadway for the first time in two decades, packing lots of...
  • Western Classic Restored

    The first-edition books inscribed by the likes of Theodore Roosevelt, Helen Keller and Harry Houdini are back on the shelves. The cowboy-and-Indian paintings and etchings by Charles Russell and Edward Borein are once again hanging on the walls. The custom...
  • The Democrats' 'Poster Boy'

    The Democrats' 'Poster Boy'
    Max Cleland has just finished speaking at the Veteran's Memorial in downtown Anchorage when the swarm begins, people lining up 14-deep for a chance to meet the former Democratic U.S. senator from Georgia. He looks almost regal, perched on a white pillow...
  • Coverage from the day space shuttle Challenger exploded: Loss stings congress shuttle team; 3 shuttle veterans lose peers but not faith in program

    The tragedy Tuesday of the shuttle Challenger reasserted the emotional claim the space program has on the nation, but for the three congressmen who have orbited the Earth, there was a poignant immediacy. Rigorous astronaut training had created special...