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  • Speaking with Schuyler Fisk: Coal Miner's Daughter's daughter finds success at movies and music

     
    Schuyler Fisk seems to be successful at whatever she does. As an actress, the daughter of Oscar-winner Sissy Spacek has had roles in critically acclaimed, if small, movies, such as the 2002 MTV film “Orange County” and the 2006 comedy......
  • Jester Theater Co. presents ‘Greater Tuna’ at Garden Theatre

     
    Buddies Tyler Cravens and Jay Hopkins team to portray a whole town of folks in Jester Theater Company's production of the quick-change comedy “Greater Tuna.” It opens Friday, March 18, at the Garden Theatre, 160 W. Plant St., Winter Garden....
  • 15 THINGS NEWSFIX IS:

    15 THINGS NEWSFIX IS:
    15 Things NEWSFIX Is: "We are about hard core cinematic stimulation of the eye rarely seen on TV." THE EYE: People use their computers to watch the world in action. But it sure looks better on a big TV screen. We are about hard core cinematic stimulation...
  • Simon Cowell's "X Factor" Hopes To Bring British Success To American Television

    The X Factor has elements of American Idol, but takes it to the next level. The show is a massive hit for British broadcaster ITV 1, regularly attracting 12 million viewers on Saturday and Sunday evenings. Simon Cowell is joined by Irish music manager...
  • August 2011 Program Guide

    MONDAY, AUGUST 1 DEADLY DISEASES Cardiovascular and neurological diseases are two of the biggest killers in America. Learn of the latest advances in treating and dodging each from two doctors from the University of Chicago. Dr. Matthew Sorrentino is a...
  • From Canyon To Cove: Post 9/11, we look over our shoulders

    Where were you when you learned that John F. Kennedy had been assassinated? I was on an elementary school playground in Ohio that had gone suddenly quiet, as we watched one of our teachers slowly sink into a swing and begin to sob uncontrollably. We...
  • NBA's best floppers: No. 5 Pau Gasol

    NBA's best floppers: No. 5 Pau Gasol
    Nearly everybody does it. Flopping, that is. Soccer, famously known for its players taking phantom dives to get calls, has nothing on the NBA anymore. "We have seen throughout these playoffs some outstanding acting by our top-notch players," color...
  • '9 to 5' finds new life on stage

    '9 to 5' finds new life on stage
    Ever have the feeling that if you just got your boss out of the picture, you could run the company the way it ought to be run? These ladies did, with a ball-gag and a lot of forged signatures. The Broadway musical version of "9 to 5" will land at the...
  • The Crowd: Sally Struthers returns to O.C. venues

    The Crowd: Sally Struthers returns to O.C. venues
    She has a heart as big as all of Orange County. Sally Struthers, the talented actress who played "Gloria" in Norman Lear's "All In The Family," has graced the O.C., performing for enthusiastic audiences at the Laguna Playhouse, the Segerstrom Center For...
  • List of national country music landmarks includes Fort Monroe, birthplace of Steve Earle

    List of national country music landmarks includes Fort Monroe, birthplace of Steve Earle
    In summer, the music fan's mind turns to rambling. It's a perfectly natural seasonal condition. A country-music-loving traveler could make the long haul to Nashville, but it's not necessary. He or she can find plenty of sightseeing -- and listening --...
  • Newsfix Mission Statement

    THE MISSION: A complete and total reinvention of literally every aspect of Television News, eliminating the trite, cliched and inane presentation utilized by every station in America. Blowing up the 1980's focus group driven playbook that is rapidly...
  • Kitty Wells, the 'undisputed queen of country music,' dies at 92

    Kitty Wells, the 'undisputed queen of country music,' dies at 92
    Kitty Wells, the long-reigning “Queen of Country Music” and the first woman to reach No. 1 on the country chart with her attitude-changing hit “It Wasn’t God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels,” died Monday at age 92 of complications...