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  • Larry Hagman was a lot like the character he made famous, Belcamp woman says

    Larry Hagman was a lot like the character he made famous, Belcamp woman says
    In real life, Larry Hagman was a lot like his most famous television character, J.R. Ewing.
  • Remembering a different version of Larry Hagman

    Remembering a different version of  Larry Hagman
    I wasn't going to write about Larry Hagman, who died Friday in Texas at age 81 from complications of cancer. Even though I had reported on him and reviewed much of his work over the years, as well as doing an interview with him during a party at his...

    TNT does 'Dallas' again, but you have to wonder why

    TNT does 'Dallas' again, but you have to wonder why
    Whatever you thought of the original "Dallas"  on CBS, you have to admit it spoke to its times like few other pop culture artifacts of the 1980s. In the Reagan era with its celebration of McMansions, corporations and de-regulated savings & loan...

    'Top Chef: Texas' recap: 'Higher Steaks'

    'Top Chef: Texas' recap: 'Higher Steaks'
    As the men point out at the beginning of the episode, "Top Chef: Texas" is looking like a female-dominated season. "Top Chef" is in its ninth season and there has only been one female winner, Stephanie from Season 4. I'm not a crazy feminist. I like...

    As Fashion Week wraps, celeb sightings continue

    As Fashion Week wraps, celeb sightings continue
    At the Zang Toi show Sunday evening, "Real Housewife of New York" Romona Singer tweeted that she was front row with Alex McCord, Avery Singer and Sonja Morgan. She tweeted that the three of them were her "three favorite blonds." Baltimore's Stacy Keibler...