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  • This weekend: National Memorial Day Concert; Coca-Cola 600; war movies

     
    "Dateline NBC" features Richard Engel's report on the Battle of Wanat in Afghanistan in 2008. The U.S. casualties were nine killed and 27 wounded. Engel explains the campaign by soldiers' families to learn what had happened. The program airs at 7 p.m....
  • This weekend: ‘Falling Skies’ season finale; Lucille Ball celebrations; ‘Breaking Bad’ brilliance

     
    Saturday would have been Lucille Ball's 100th birthday. Hallmark Channel will salute her with a 48-hour, 96-episode marathon of "I Love Lucy" episodes. The fun starts at 6 a.m. Saturday....
  • Networks plan Elizabeth Taylor tributes

    Networks plan Elizabeth Taylor tributes
    Several TV networks are paying tribute to the wonderful film icon Elizabeth Taylor, who died Wednesday at the age of 79. The actress starred in 55 movies and 16 TV productions in her long career. She was nominated for five Oscars and won twice, for...
  • First Folio invites you into the life of Katharine Hepburn

    It's got all the dramaturgical creakiness and unabashed name-dropping one associates with famous-person-ruminating-onstage vehicles. But darned if Melissa Carlson's game-and-gamine turn for First Folio Theatre as Katharine Hepburn in Matthew Lombardo's...
  • The Crowd: Resident aims for $30,000 for cancer research by May

     The Crowd: Resident aims for $30,000 for cancer research by May
    This is a story about a legend and a young lady. Arguably the late John Wayne — or the "Duke," as locals still like to call him — lives on in memory with tremendous adoration in the hearts of locals who recall his formidable presence in the...
  • 5 Things It's Good To Know: National Ice Cream Month, Forrest Gump Opens

    5 Things It's Good To Know: National Ice Cream Month, Forrest Gump Opens
    July Is National Ice Cream Month We've come along way since the single soft-serve days of the 1950's. To celebrate National Ice Cream Month, FOX 17 Morning News thought outside the cone when it came to unusual ice cream flavors.  Here are some unique...
  • Zimbalist captures Hepburn to a tea

    A star turn performance and exquisite production values make "Tea at Five" a sure-fire hit at the Falcon Theatre in Burbank. Stephanie Zimbalist, known for her 94-episode run as Laura Holt on the "Remington Steele" television series, brings to life...
  • A weekend just for murder mystery buffs

    A weekend just for murder mystery buffs
    Did Ms. Scarlet silence Mrs. Peacock with a knife to the throat? Or did Col. Mustard throttle Professor Plum with a silver-plated candlestick? Mystery buffs can map out, investigate and solve murder mysteries at a variety of hotels and bed-and-breakfasts,...
  • A holiday thanks to Mickey Rooney

    Dear Mr. Rooney, I have been a fan of your films for 50 years, from "Andy Hardy" and "Young Tom Edison" to "The Human Comedy" and "A Midsummer Night's Dream." I believe that I have seen and own most of them, but I have always wanted to interest my...
  • My Interview With Ernest Borgnine, Recalling Career, His Connecticut Roots

    My Interview With Ernest Borgnine, Recalling Career, His Connecticut Roots
    Ernest Borginine died Sunday at the age of 95. Here is my interview with the Hamden-born, Connecticut-raised actor in 2010.   By FRANK RIZZO Ernest Borgnine, who turns 94 in January, is having the time of his life. With a new film out this month...
  • Nonfiction

    Nonfiction
    The Age of Movies The Selected Writings of Pauline Kael Edited by Sanford Schwartz Library of America, $40 Witty, entertaining and often exhilarating, this wide-ranging collection of pieces captures the film critic at her best. Alice James A...
  • South Floridians remember where they were when Pearl Harbor was attacked

    We asked Sun Sentinel readers to recall where they were that fateful Sunday, 70 years ago. These are some of the responses: On a sunny Sunday, six young men, including myself, all of us 19 to 21 years old, had chipped in 5 cents each to buy gas for a...