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Celine Dion

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  • Project Runway: What A Girl Wants

     
    Greetings and salutations, Project Runway junkies. I'm Kevin Van Valkenburg, sports writer when sober, fashion blogger/recapper when not. First, a brief apology for my absence last week. I'd like to tell you I was so overcome with all the emotion......
  • Scott Brown and ... 'American Idol'?

     
    To put it mildly, Scott Brown is in the news today after his win of the Massachusetts senate seat.He mentioned in his victory speech that his daughter, Ayla, was romantically available. Wait a minute ... Ayla Brown, you say?Ayla Brown......
  • Record labels grapple with CD protection

    For three holiday seasons, record executives say, Internet piracy has been the Grinch of the music business, undercutting album sales and labels' year-end profits. So how did the labels open the biggest music-buying period of the year? By shipping an...
  • Jerry Buss' everlasting purple and bold effect

    Jerry Buss' everlasting purple and bold effect
    Jerry Buss may be gone, but Jerry Buss hasn't gone anywhere. Jerry Buss may have died on Feb. 18 at age 80, but Jerry Buss lives. When watching the Lakers makes you howl, when watching the NBA makes you smile, when watching anything in professional...
  • 'American Idol': Angie Miller channels Kelly Clarkson while singing Celine Dion

     
    Singing Celine Dion's "I Surrender" (originally performed by Kelly Clarkson on "Idol"), Angie Miller rocked the song and wowed the "American Idol" judges in the first week of live competition....
  • Kathy Griffin connects with non-stop rant in Bethlehem

     
    Wow, can that girl talk! Anyone familiar with Kathy Griffin from TV knows that. But it still is surprisingly impressive to see her go, non-stop, except for a really quick sip of something to whet her whistle, for about an hour and 45 minutes. That’s...
  • Teen classical trio to play 'Today' show today, and area venue in October

     
    A trio of teenagers who have taken the classical music world by storm and even crossed over onto the general charts will play the late edition of NBC-TV’s “Today” show today, Aug. 24. And if you like what you see,......
  • Is the 2013 Chrysler 300 a Real Luxury Car?

     
    It seems the Chrysler brand has been in an awkward marketing position for decades. The brand, which share's its name with its corporate owner, has tried to present itself as a stylish, almost premium brand ever since Celine Dion sang......
  • “Ladies and Gentlemen … Marie Osmond” intros Hallmark’s new host

     
    Marie Osmond is on the cusp of a new adventure. Finally hosting her own series, Marie, on Hallmark Channel as of Oct. 1, she’s ready to take on the latest challenge going into her fifth decade in show business. But before she does, she hits Hallmark...
  • An Interview with Mimi Imfurst of RuPaul’s All Stars Drag Race

     
    Controversial Mimi Imfurst made an early exit from RuPaul's All Stars Drag Race. She also went early in Season 3. This time, Mimi was hoping to show everyone more of what she has to offer. And then the contestants were told they were to compete in teams...
  • November sweeps: 10 highlights, including Buzz Aldrin, Ellen DeGeneres

     
    The November ratings period begins Thursday, and broadcast networks will jockey to win viewers with awards shows, specials and guest stars. Local stations will serve up special reports. A few highlights in the prime-time lineup: 1. Election Night. The...
  • This week: ‘Mankind’; Whitney Houston salute; Rolling Stones

     
    Musical specials and musical contests are among the week's ballyhooed programs. But the biggest show carries an epic title, “Mankind: The Story of All of Us.” The program doesn't do subtlety. This 12-hour, six-night history lesson indulges...