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John F. Kennedy Assassination (1963)

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  • Stop No. 12 on the preseason high school boys basketball tour: These Falcons will win more than the ones in Atlanta

     
    Stopped in to chat with Jason Weaver the other night at Salisbury. Weaver is one of the rising stars in the local coaching ranks. Soft-spoken, low-key guy, but he gets his message across to his players The former Saucon Valley product has graduated a...
  • With 'American Hustle,' David O. Russell closes a chapter

    Film trilogies these days tend to be epic, “Hobbit”-like affairs, the mythology of one film quite literally picked up and furthered in the next, and often in a world not exactly resembling our own. But trilogies also sometimes come in more...
  • Chan Lowe: The Kennedy assassination 50th anniversary

    Chan Lowe: The Kennedy assassination 50th anniversary
    Leaving aside the emotions about John F. Kennedy and his death (of which others can speak with greater eloquence than I) the most fascinating aspect of his assassination is that it is such a precise mass snapshot in time.   Virtually everyone who...
  • TV Picks: 'Alpha House,' 'Eagleheart,' JFK on TCM, Lincoln by wire

    TV Picks: 'Alpha House,' 'Eagleheart,' JFK on TCM, Lincoln by wire
    "Alpha House" (Amazon). Yonder comes the first fruit of Amazon Studios' semi-innovative pilot derby, upon which I reported and opined at length last spring — see here, here and here — marking its arrival as a producer of original streaming...
  • Review: 'Lincoln@Gettysburg' on PBS, a new slant on the old Address

    There are anniversaries other than that of the Kennedy assassination this month: Nov. 19 marks the 150th anniversary of the Gettysburg Address, the remarkable little speech Abraham Lincoln made in 1863 to dedicate the cemetery built to accommodate the...
  • 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...
  • Jerry Brown says prison deal may be within reach

    Jerry Brown says prison deal may be within reach
    SACRAMENTO -- Gov. Jerry Brown expressed hope on Tuesday that negotiations ordered by a federal court could lead to a resolution of the state's prison crisis. "I'm reasonably optimistic that we will come to agreement on something we can make work,"...
  • A Little Boy's Plan To Save The President

    If they get me to Dallas, I can save the president. Those were my thoughts as I stared at the black and white Zenith TV sitting in the corner of my parent's living room. On the screen was the picture of President John F. Kennedy along with the dates:...
  • 'Nova: Cold Case JFK'

    Among the spate of television programs that marked the 50th anniversary of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy was this episode of the PBS science series, a fascinating study in which modern technology is applied to investigating the events...
  • CBS Eyes Start of New Events Business

    CBS is banking on the Beatles to help it start a new line of business. On February 9, CBS News is slated to hold a live event to mark the 50th anniversary - to the day - of the band's first American television appearance on CBS' "The Ed Sullivan Show." A...
  • 1964 remembered from a boomer state of mind

    1964 remembered from a boomer state of mind
    You're going to be hearing a lot about 50th anniversaries this year. PBS' "American Experience" has a two-hour program called "1964" that premiered this month. It included such milestones as Barry Goldwater's presidential campaign, which though...
  • Kate DiCamillo wins Newbery Medal; Printz, Caldecott awards announced

    Kate DiCamillo wins Newbery Medal; Printz, Caldecott awards announced
    Kate DiCamillo's novel for young adults, "Flora and Ulysses," is the winner of the 2014 John Newbery Medal, the top honor in children's literature from the American Library Assn. The Caldecott Medal for most distinguished picture book went to "Locomotive"...