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  • New math preschool series debuts on PBS39

     
    PBS KIDS’ newest animated preschool series that teaches preschoolers math PEG + CAT premieres todat at 10 a.m. on PBS39. The show follows the spirited Peg and her sidekick, Cat, as they embark on adventures, solve problems and learn foundational.......
  • Diane Keaton steps in for the eternally modest (or something!) Woody Allen

    "WHEN ONE is young, one should use a lot of mascara, and when one is old, one should use much, much more!" That was Dame Sybil Thorndike's advice to Marilyn Monroe in the delicious 1957 movie, "The Prince and the Showgirl." (Laurence Olivier was Monroe's...
  • What does the future hold for our favorite meth cooks -- Walt and Jesse?

    "I DON'T do drugs. I am drugs," said the master of surreal art, Salvador Dali. IT WAS fun seeing the entire cast of "Breaking Bad" on "Conan" the other night (actress Anna Gunn came out clutching her well-deserved Emmy.) And it is fascinating to...
  • Krafting a Life After Fox

    A little more than a year ago Robert Kraft, the president of Fox Music, announced he was leaving after 18 years in charge of one of the biggest music operations in Hollywood. He left the studio having supervised the scoring of such films as "Titanic,"...
  • Broadway's 'After Midnight' to Feature Rotating Lineup of Guest Stars

    Broadway's musical offerings these days tend to fall into one of two categories. On the one hand, you've got your garden-variety open-ended tuner, which includes everything from "The Phantom of the Opera" to "Kinky Boots." On the other, you've got the...
  • Robert Osborne: a classic gentleman

    Robert Osborne: a classic gentleman
    Lucille Ball took Robert Osborne under her wing more than 50 years ago when the Turner Classic Movies host was a fledgling young actor in Hollywood. The legendary "I Love Lucy'" star ended up changing the course of Osborne's life. Osborne's acting...
  • Michael Jackson memorabilia on the block at Knaisz

    "IT IS strange to be so known so universally and yet to be so lonely." -- Albert Einstein. ON DECEMBER 7, the London-based auction house, Knaisz, will offer up 50 pieces of memorabilia that once belonged to Michael Jackson. Among the items are the...
  • Acting Like A Kid: Some Helpful Advice From One Who Knows

    Acting Like A Kid: Some Helpful Advice From One Who Knows
    You can't swing a critic around Times Square without hitting some kid who's featured, if not starring, in a Broadway show. This fact was abundantly clear in the opening number of June's Tony Awards show when young cast members of "Annie," "Matilda,"...
  • Smaller ships will have big presence in 2013

    Smaller ships will have big presence in 2013
    Big, bigger, biggest is not what cruising is all about in 2013. In fact, most of this year's new ships are designed for river cruising, carrying fewer than 200 passengers. Woodland Hills-based Viking River Cruises leads the way, introducing 10 new...
  • Charles Lisanby dies at 89; Emmy-winning production designer

    Charles Lisanby dies at 89; Emmy-winning production designer
    Emmy-Award winning production designer Charles Lisanby, known for his lavish sets during the golden age of TV variety specials, died Aug. 23 in Los Angeles. He was 89. According to his longtime agent and manager, Bob Goodman, Lisanby had recently...
  • Catching Up With Holden In NYC

    Catching Up With Holden In NYC
    NEW YORK CITY — Storybook-themed outings, particularly for young kids, abound in New York. Fans of "Eloise at the Plaza'' by Kay Thompson can book the Plaza Hotel's Eloise Suite, featuring a sparkly padded pink headboard and Eloise's name in neon...
  • 2013 Tony Awards: A strong Chicago accent again

    2013 Tony Awards: A strong Chicago accent again
    On a stunning Tony Awards night for Chicago's Steppenwolf Theatre Company, whose revival of “Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” proved triumphant in more categories than expected, “Matilda,” the spunky, imported, heavily favored...