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St. Paul Pioneer PressEditor's note: After a rough outing Sunday, Twins pitcher Scott Diamond is 3-3 with a 4.08 earned-run average. Diamond, 26, was born and grew up in Guelph, Ontario, and is the latest subject in Pioneer Press sports columnist Bob Sansevere's continuing...
The romantic comedy "Putzel," starring Melanie Lynskey and Susie Essman, will have its L.A. premiere as the opening night presentation at the eighth Los Angeles Jewish Film Festival on June 1 at the Writers Guild Theater in Beverly Hills. Other films...
Tags: Melanie Lynskey, Movies, Festive Events, Judaism, Susie Essman
RedEyeThe May TV schedule is filled with finales, but don't think you won't have anything to watch. The Bluths are back! Yes, on May 26 Netflix with offer up all 15 episodes of the new "Arrested Development" with all the sitcom's original cast intact. Can't...
Los Angeles Times Television CriticMel Brooks and Carl Reiner, joined in comedy history as the 2,000-year-old man and his interviewer, and joined at the hip in life, made a tandem, two-headed appearance Monday afternoon at the Paley Center for Media in Beverly Hills. With Judd Apatow as...
The TCM Classic Film Festival is screening several vintage blockbusters this weekend in Hollywood, including “The Great Escape,” “My Fair Lady” and “Giant.” But peppered among these classics are films that don’t...
Liz Smith"HE LOOKED like my father and he acted like my mother!" said the great actress Anne Bancroft of Mel Brooks, her husband of 41 years. (Miss Bancroft died in 2005 and Mel Brooks has never gotten over his loss.) Channel THIRTEEN will offer a full look at...
The Atlanta Journal-ConstitutionAfter five seasons at the Earl Smith Strand Theatre on the Marietta Square, Atlanta Lyric Theatre will have a new home starting this fall. Unable to strike a lease agreement with management of the restored 1935 movie theater, the musicals-loving Lyric...
The Virginian-PilotA life ruined by the theft of a loaf of bread. Poverty. Death. Social injustice. It's tough to tap your feet to those ideas -- much less sing about them. The story is "Les Miserables," based on the Victor Hugo novel about the flight of an escaped...
The Buffalo NewsThis may be my favorite anecdote, by far, about the arts in Buffalo among any I've read in the past five years. You'll find it in Max Wickert's hopelessly rollicking introduction to An Outriders Poetry Anthology: Poetry in Buffalo 1969-1979 and After...
When it comes to old films, Robert Osborne is hard to stump. But this time he had to consult his notes. "Hold on, it's so obscure, even I don't remember the name of it," said Osborne, who has served as the main on-air host of Turner Classic Movies for...
Liz Smith"Niagara Falls! Slowly I turned..." God knows who wrote that, maybe someone like the early W.C. Fields. "Slowly I turned..." is the beginning of one of the many nonsense sketches performed constantly in burlesque in the early '30s in theaters where low...
Tags: Gypsy Rose Lee, Philosophy, Liz Smith, Albertson, Celebrities
The Apollo Civic Theatre will be holding auditions for the Mel Brooks' musical "Young Frankenstein" at the theater 128 E. Martin St., downtown Martinsburg. Auditions will be from 6 to 9 p.m. Sunday, April 14; 7 to 9 p.m. Monday, April 15. Callbacks will...
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