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  • Studio On The Run: Lesli Klainberg, NYC LGBT Film Festival Director

    Studio On The Run: Lesli Klainberg, NYC LGBT Film Festival Director
    We chatted with the NYC LGBT Film Festival's director Lesli Kleinberg about today's kick-off. Lesli is an award winning documentary filmmaker and the Executive Director of NewFest, the NYC LGBT Film Festival. Lesli is a producer and director of a wide...
  • 'Billy the Exterminator': It all began with ants

    Lunch with exterminator Billy Bretherton and his mother, Donnie, can be entertaining, but perhaps not for the appetites of anyone in earshot. For example, Donnie Bretherton relates the incident that set her son on his eventual career path. "When Billy...
  • Celebrity Scoop: Juliette Lewis

    For Juliette Lewis, "The Firm" is more than steady work ... it's also a big reintegration into the acting world. "For about eight years, I had a rock 'n' roll band, and that became my livelihood," says the distinctive talent now seen Saturdays as street-...
  • 'Duck Dynasty' calls success in Louisiana

    After hunting down various vermin in Louisiana with "Billy the Exterminator," A&E Network returns to the Pelican State to explore another of its nicknames, "Sportsman's Paradise," with a new series called "Duck Dynasty," premiering Wednesday, March 21....
  • There's hope for hoarders in Animal Planet's 'Confessions'

    "Confessions: Animal Hoarding" is one of those shows that will leave you feeling grateful that Smell-O-Vision never caught on. The series, which begins its third season Wednesday, Aug. 24, is Animal Planet's entry in the reality subgenre that brought...
  • SNERD - September 27, 2011

    Tony Talks Classic crooner Tony Bennett stirred it up last week with some controversial comments concerning possible U.S. "blame" in the downing of the Twin Towers in New York. But I've "over-Snerd" from people close to the "I Left My Heart In San...
  • Gene Simmons, Shannon Tweed Tie the Knot

    Gene Simmons, Shannon Tweed Tie the Knot
    Kiss frontman Gene Simmons and his girlfriend of 28 years, the actress and former Playmate Shannon Tweed, were married this weekend before 400 guests. The outdoor evening ceremony on Saturday at the Beverly Hills Hotel is the latest celebrity nuptials to...
  • Al Roker examines a border patrol in 'Laredo'

    If someone made an unscripted show about the dangers that border police face, you might not expect it to be Al Roker. Actually, the genial weekday weatherman on NBC's "Today" and co-host of The Weather Channel's "Wake Up With Al" has tackled some heavy...
  • Summer's not just for reruns and failed pilots anymore

    "House" is leaving the building, "30 Rock" has rolled away, "The Middle" is coming to an end, and "American Idol" will soon be idle. A generation ago, the end of the broadcast networks' season meant the beginning of the "nothing worth watching" season....
  • Penry-Jones gives it all for BBC America's 'Whitechapel'

    One can sometimes tell how much an actor enjoyed doing a project by the amount of trouble, aggravation or inconvenience he or she is willing to endure to promote it. It's probably safe to assume that British actor Rupert Penry-Jones is pretty fond of his...