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  • Rare Beatles photos go on display in New Mexico

    Rare Beatles photos go on display in New Mexico
    David Mapes loves the photograph in a very “Yesterday” kind of way. The image’s composition is a dreamy and moody black-and-white and it shows Beatles drummer Ringo Starr just days after the band’s 1964 appearance on the "Ed...
  • Prop house in tune with string of nostalgic music-related films

    Prop house in tune with string of nostalgic music-related films
    Inside the North Hollywood prop house History for Hire, a technician clamps down a sheet of pearl finish plastic and cuts a strip to fasten around the wooden hoop of a Slingerland bass drum. Another worker is busy rebuilding a black Ludwig drum to...
  • Review: In late-night return, Arsenio Hall lives in the past

    Review: In late-night return, Arsenio Hall lives in the past
    Arsenio Hall, who was on the cover of Time magazine in 1989 ("TV's hip host grabs the post-Carson generation"), returned to the air Monday night for an indefinite run as the host of a revived "The Arsenio Hall Show." (It should be said right off that...
  • Thanks to film 'A Band Called Death,' punk rockers get a new life

    Thanks to film 'A Band Called Death,' punk rockers get a new life
    This post has been updated. See note below for details. Bassist and singer Bobby Hackney Sr. gawked wide-eyed at the framed photos of Buster Keaton, Lillian Gish, Fatty Arbuckle and other stars from the early days of Hollywood, which lined the walls...
  • The Long-Forgotten Proto-Punk Band Death Gets Rediscovered and Rejuvenated

    The Long-Forgotten Proto-Punk Band Death Gets Rediscovered and Rejuvenated
    In an age when bands with names like the Butthole Surfers, Fucked Up, and even (sorry) Anal Cunt have, to varying degrees, achieved a measure of success, media attention and even radio play, it's hard to imagine that a talented and energetic band could be...
  • Beatles Promoter Sid Bernstein Dies at 95

    Sid Bernstein, the promoter who brought the Beatles to Carnegie Hall in New York City just as their fame exploded in the U.S., has died. He was 95. Bernstein's daughter, Casey Deutsch, said her father died in his sleep Wednesday morning of natural...
  • Bill Murray returns for David Letterman’s 20th anniversary on CBS tonight

     
    Bill Murray returns for David Letterman's 20th anniversary on CBS tonight, a mark that will make the late night host's fans feel both nostalgic and, quite frankly, a little old. Murray was the first guest when Late Show With David Letterman made its...
  • 7 Questions With Georgia Engel of TV Land’s “Hot in Cleveland”

     
    Georgia Engel may always be best remembered for her turn as Georgette Franklin on The Mary Tyler Moore Show, but the vivacious, sweet-natured actress has had a long and varied career. Yes, there's been television — a medium she has kept up with over...
  • Violence in “The Following” questioned, defended at FOX TCA panels

     
    FOX's new midseason thriller The Following, starring Kevin Bacon and James Purefoy, premieres Jan. 21 at 9pm ET/PT. Bacon plays a former FBI agent called out retirement to track down the serial killer he once put away, who has escaped and recruited a cult...
  • Saying goodbye to ‘the richest woman in town’

     
    Thanks to the readers for their prayers and kind comments about the passing of my mother, Marie Boedeker. Mother on Friday received the funeral she had designed. Mother, a longtime music teacher and church organist, wanted group singing one more time. The...
  • Joan Rivers: Can she talk? Yes -- in new stage show, and interview with us

     
    After more than 50 years in show business, comedian Joan Rivers says she found herself being the unwitting center of attention at every dinner party — people enthralled, and, of course, amused, by her stories. That’s what led to Rivers......
  • 'Jersey Boys' producers win appeal over use of Ed Sullivan clip

     
    A federal appeals court ruled Monday that the makers of the Broadway musical “Jersey Boys” did not violate copyright law by using a short clip from "The Ed Sullivan Show" in the Tony-winning show. A three-judge panel of the U.S.......