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Museum galas are reliably glitzy affairs, complete with A-list celebrities wearing red-carpet fashion -- all for a good cause, of course. This year, the Hammer Museum will boast the likes of Katy Perry, Armie Hammer, Steve Martin and MSNBC personality...
Tags: Arts, Steven Spielberg, Stanley Kubrick, Museums, Katy Perry
Old Dominion's wrestling program will join the Mid-American Conference as an affiliate member in 2013, as part of expansion that will make it one of the nation's best Division I leagues. The MAC announced the additions of ODU, Missouri and Northern...
The "wild and crazy" comedy icon made many home-screen appearances before focusing his creative efforts elsewhere, and this set compiles a number of examples, including specials he made for NBC and HBO ... one of them devoted exclusively to parodies of...
A memorial for the late theater producer Joan Stein has been set for Oct. 8 in Los Angeles. The service will be held at the Brentwood Theatre on the Veterans Affairs grounds at 11301 Wilshire Blvd. The memorial is scheduled to begin at 8 p.m....
VarietyJames Hoskinson"The Colbert Report" (Comedy Central)Highlight: Colbert took advantage of an hourlong appearance with rockers Radiohead to poke fun at the group's anti-corporate stance by interviewing with a Dr Pepper "Flavor Zone" banner directly behind...
Tags: IFC (tv network), Drama (genre), Jay Thomas, Jon Hamm, Holidays
One of Beth Stelling's motivations for making an album out of her stand-up comedy was to put some of her older, best-working material on the record to, in a way, enshrine it and push herself to move on to the next thing. What she didn't know when she...
Zap2ItFilmmaker Peter Jones' superb PBS documentary profiles the late-night-television icon who rose from Midwestern roots to become one of the most powerful and popular entertainers on the home screen. Surprisingly, much of the late, famously private Carson's...
Joan Stein, a Tony-winning theater and television producer who helped to launch several long-running L.A. stage productions, including "Love Letters," "Forever Plaid" and Steve Martin's "Picasso at the Lapin Agile," has died. She was 59. Stein died...
*** (out of four) No sense burying the story here: The French dramedy “The Intouchables” has earned more than $300 million worldwide, but several American critics have alleged racism. On some level, the movie (based on a true story) does...
Tags: Racism, Queen Latifah, Music
Staff ReporterEven though the boil water advisory has been lifted in 18 out of 22 Monmouth County towns, on this hot, hot Sunday night, they are still boiling the water in Middletown. "I boiled six gallons of water last night," Heidi Martin told PIX 11, "and my...
The Left Banke July 7, 8 p.m., $40, $55, Infinity Music Hall & Bistro. Route 44, 20 Greenwoods Road, Norfolk, (866) 666-6306, infinityhall.com It is one of those songs you have probably heard hundreds of times. Along with "Like A Rolling Stone,"...
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