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  • Matt Weinstock, Nov. 10, 1960

     
    Nov. 10, 1960: Four drawers vanished from the card catalog at UCLA’s library, from “Independent” to “Indian Cot,” Matt Weinstock says. (Yes, they were recovered.) Weinstock also caught Errol Garner and Bob Newhart at Gene Norman’s Crescendo...
  • Weekend Talk Shows

     
    Click here to download TV listings for the week of Nov. 14 - 20 in PDF format Weekly TV Listings can also be downloaded here This week's TV Movies SATURDAY Good Morning America (N) 7 a.m. KABC McLaughlin Group 6:30......
  • Is the Rose Parade red or blue? The eternal spinning of New Year's Day in Pasadena

     
    I do love the Tournament of Roses parade, but not always for the same reasons other people do. Anything that’s watched on television by tens of millions of people, and watched from Pasadena’s sidewalks by thousands more -- no ,......
  • MGM launches classic TV service to roar like the Fonz

     
    In one of its first moves after emerging from bankruptcy proceedings, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios is creating a national television programming service -- stocked with episodes of such classic sitcoms as "Happy Days" and "Laverne & Shirley" -- to sell...
  • On Theater: 'Killjoy' is a jagged-edge comedy

     On Theater: 'Killjoy' is a jagged-edge comedy
    If looks — or thoughts — could kill, most of the cast of "Killjoy" would be on the floor before the end of Act I in this darkly comic revival at the Newport Theater Arts Center. And the audience would die laughing. Playwright Jerry Mayer...
  • Many Celebrate Christmas Day by Lending a Hand

    Many Celebrate Christmas Day by Lending a Hand
    LOS ANGELES ( KTLA) -- Millions of people in Southern California Saturday are celebrating Christmas, some opening presents, some attending church services and others lending a hand to the less fortunate. At the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels, masses...
  • Len Lesser, Seinfeld's "Uncle Leo," Dies at 88

    Len Lesser, Seinfeld's "Uncle Leo," Dies at 88
    BURBANK (KTLA) -- Actor Len Lesser, most famous for his role as "Uncle Leo" on the TV show "Seinfeld," had died at the age of 88. Lesser died in his sleep Wednesday morning from complications from pneumonia. In addition to "Seinfeld," Lesser made more...
  • Chicago's Very Own Bob Newhart

    Chicago's Very Own Bob Newhart
    One of Chicago's biggest stars and legendary entertainers is celebrating 50 years in show business. As WGN Entertainment reporter Dean Richards reports, at age 82, "Chicago's Very Own" Bob Newhart may be better than ever! "Thank you- Thank you very much....
  • The man many know as Newman has a new show

    The man many know as Newman has a new show
    Actor Wayne Knight is a veteran of iconic television and major feature films, from playing the evil mailman Newman on “Seinfeld” to the gluttonous villain in Steven Spielberg’s “Jurassic Park.” He’s also a longtime...
  • A whole lot of cracking up going on

    A whole lot of cracking up going on
    How's everybody doing out there? Did you ever notice a funny thing about comedy in the Lehigh Valley? It's stronger than ever — with regular shows at the ArtsQuest Center, at the Allentown and Bethlehem Brew Works, the Ramada Inn of Whitehall, the...
  • Mesa Musings: No business like OCC's show business

    On a sweltering East Coast evening last week I took in a community production of Meredith Wilson's classic 1957 Broadway musical, "Music Man." The performance was a delight, and brought back many wonderful memories. I first saw the show in the summer of...
  • 'Bob: The Complete Series'

    'Bob: The Complete Series'
    Bob Newhart had a couple of classic television sitcoms, but one not as well-known was his early-1990s CBS show about a cartoonist whose work is revived by its new owners ... much to his dismay. They want to give a violent edge to the character he created...