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John F. Kennedy Assassination (1963)

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  • PBS at 2013 TCA Summer Press Tour

     
    PBS at 2013 TCA Summer Press Tour: A roundup of announcements, initiatives and new programming coming to PBS in late summer and fall 2013. Paula Kerger, PBS president and CEO spoke of the network's 5-percent rise in prime-time ratings, and audience growth...
  • 'United States of Paranoia' hunts for America's demons

    'United States of Paranoia' hunts for America's demons
    Americans have always feared secret cabals. In three successive decades in the mid-20th century, a "Brown Scare" swept through this country, followed by a "Red Scare," and finally a "Lavender Scare," Jesse Walker tells us in his bold and thought-...
  • Emmys: An 'In Memoriam' Post Mortem -- What Went Wrong

    For all the surprising results at the 2013 Primetime Emmy Awards, it appears their lasting legacy will be, as "Modern Family" exec producer Steve Levitan said, "the saddest Emmys of all time." As much as we cherish the memory of the departed stars, I...
  • Review: 'Parkland' shaky in showing days after JFK's assassination

    Review: 'Parkland' shaky in showing days after JFK's assassination
    "Parkland" hangs on a split second on Nov. 22, 1963, when a president was shot, a country was wounded and a city was brought to its knees. This unsettling film zeros in on the initial impact — just four days — for those closest to the...
  • Softball's 'Battle of the Sexes' is coming to Pates Park on Oct. 19

    Last month we had the 40th anniversary of the tennis "Battle of the Sexes," the nationally televised, ultra-hyped contest in the Houston Astrodome between Billie Jean King and Bobby Riggs that served as a boon to the entire sport. On Oct. 19 at...
  • Jordan Kerner's TV Roots Run Deep

    Jordan Kerner's career as a television executive started long before he reached the network suites at ABC and Universal Television for NBC; it started in his Stanford dorm room. That's where Kerner wrote his senior thesis, a 30-page treatment for a...
  • Obama's 'idiot' defense

    Although there's still a great deal to be learned about the scandals and controversies swirling around the White House like so many ominous dorsal fins in the surf, the nature of President Obama's bind is becoming clear. The best defenses of his...
  • Art review: "The Way We Live Now" at Gallery Luisotti is a resonant group effort

    Art review: "The Way We Live Now" at Gallery Luisotti is a resonant group effort
    The way we live now is not the way we lived then, because it never is. Time and circumstance change. But in a group show called “The Way We Live Now” at Gallery Luisotti, shadowy or invisible forces seemingly beyond our immediate reckoning...
  • Telluride Film Festival Unveils Eclectic Lineup

    Mixing high-profile star power with offbeat titles, the 40th Telluride Film Festival is offering its usual glimpse at an eclectic array of awards contenders over Labor Day weekend. The lineup, unveiled Wednesday, includes Alfonso Cuaron's "Gravity,"...
  • Italian documentary 'Sacro GRA' wins top Venice Film Festival award

    Italian documentary 'Sacro GRA' wins top Venice Film Festival award
    In a night of unexpected winners, Italian documentarian Gianfranco Rosi's study of the denizens of a famous highway circling Rome, "Sacro GRA," was awarded the Venice Film Festival's highest honor, the Golden Lion Award, Saturday. The Silver Lion Award,...
  • Two Installations at the Wadsworth Excavate Bits of Cultural And Political History

    Two Installations at the Wadsworth Excavate Bits of Cultural And Political History
    When you leave "Ode to a Hippie," a "site-specific environment" by Virgil Marti in the Wadsworth's Matrix Gallery, you are at a loss. What, exactly, is a hippie? Where's the ode? Who moved my cheese? These and other questions flutter in the air behind...
  • When the 'Tragedy at Twin Lakes' is fictionalized, we can all have our narratives

     
    Chris Jones penned a thoughtful column for the Sunday Trib: Trials are, by nature, esoteric, rambling, illogical, incoherent and, on occasion, absurd. They create nothing; they typically solve nothing; they usually reveal nothing. ...trials are lousy...